Brazil elections 2022: Lula da Silva has half of Bolsonaro’s vote among evangelicals -poll

But leftist Lula da Silva does much better among Catholics than conservative Bolsonaro. According to PoderData, the Brazilian electorate is composed of 43% catholics and 30% evangelicals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Jair Bolsonaro (PL) would win the 2022 presidential election on the first ballot if the dispute were only among evangelicals.

The current conservative president has more than double (52%) the electoral intentions of leftist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) in the segment (25%), shows a PoderData poll conducted May 8-10, 2022. In the round 15 days earlier, the percentages were 52% and 30%, respectively.

Among Catholics, the leftist candidate reverses the scenario and is ahead. He has 47% versus 30% for Bolsonaro. The picture is stable compared to two weeks ago (when it . . .

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