In the dispute for the Presidency of the Republic, the battle for regions shows an advantage for President Jair Bolsonaro (Liberal Party - PL, right) in four of them and former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Workers' Party - PT, left) in one.
According to the IDEIA Institute survey released on Thursday, the candidate for re-election leads in the country's largest electoral college, the Southeast (53% to 45%), in the North (47% to 46%), in the South (53% to 43%), and the Center-West (52% to 37%).
Lula da Silva is ahead in one region, the Northeast, with . . .