A survey released this Sunday (3) by Datafolha shows that 45% of people living in the city of São Paulo (SP) say they are ideologically closer to the Workers’ Party (PT).
The research was carried out in person between the 29th and 30th of August only in the capital of São Paulo. 1,092 people aged 16 or over were interviewed. The margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points.
Depending on the methodology applied, the person should answer from 1 to 5 how close they feel to PTism, with 5 being the maximum point. While the other extreme would mean being in tune with Bolsonarist ideas.
In this methodology, 32% answered that they were PT members — that is, option 5 — while 13% answered 4, which means being “closer to the PT”.
Option 3, in turn, means being at a point of neutrality. Of the total, 26% of those interviewed responded this way.
:: For the researcher, Bolsonaroism tends to be reconfigured with Bolsonaro ineligible ::
On the other hand, 15% of the public responded that they were Bolsonarists; and 6% said they are closer to the ideas attributed to Bolsonarism.
In last year’s presidential election, President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) beat Jair Bolsonaro (PL) with 53% of the votes in the capital of São Paulo. The defeated candidate reached 46% of the São Paulo electorate’s preference.
On Friday (1), Datafolha also showed that 68% of voters in the city of São Paulo stated that they would not vote for a candidate nominated by Jair Bolsonaro, while only 37% of those interviewed stated that they would not vote for a name nominated by Jair Bolsonaro. PT member.
:: Priority is to isolate Bolsonarism and dialogue with those who rejected January 8th, says Padilha ::
Of the total number of people interviewed, 13% would definitely vote for the candidate supported by Bolsonaro; and 23% in a name indicated by Lula.
Editing: Geisa Marques