Brazil elections 2022: Bolsonaro pulls even with Lula da Silva in South, Southeast and Midwest -PoderData poll April 24-26

The overall result in Brazil: 41% for Lula da Silva to 36% for Bolsonaro; the president up for re-election loses in the Northeast and gains in the North, PoderData shows.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - PoderData's poll, conducted April 24-26, 2022, shows leftist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) and patriotic-conservative Jair Bolsonaro (PL) technically tied in 3 of the country's 5 regions in the first round of the 2022 elections. These 3 regions account for 65% of Brazilian voters.

In the Southeast, both are at 39% of the electorate. In the South, Lula is at 41% versus 38% for the current president. And in the Center-West region, the inccumbent president comes in at 41% versus 39% for the candidate of the left. The margin . . .

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