Brazil elections 2022: Bolsonaro has 46% among evangelicals; Lula da Silva, 44% among Catholics

The data are from the first round of the PoderData scenario; the Brazilian presidential candidate scores 33% among evangelicals, ten points less than the general average.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A PoderData survey conducted from May 22 to 24 shows that Jair Bolsonaro (Liberal Party - PL) leads and has 46% of voting intentions among evangelical voters for the first round of the 2022 elections. In this segment, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Workers' Party - PT) has 33%.

The distance between the two pre-candidates in this group is 13 percentage points. In the May 8-10 round, it was 27 p.p.

Among Catholics, the scenario is reversed, and Lula comes out ahead, with 44% of intentions. Bolsonaro has the same score as the general . . .

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