Brazil elections 2022: Lula da Silva has 35% and Bolsonaro 47% of the evangelical vote -PoderData, July 3-5

Among Catholics, the scenario is inverted and Lula has 44% against the current president's 37%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A PoderData survey conducted from July 3 to 5 shows that Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Workers' Party - PT) has 35% of the votes among those who say they identify themselves as evangelicals.

The rate varied seven percentage points upwards in 15 days, at the limit of the margin of error (3.5 p.p., when only evangelicals are considered).

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