Brazil elections 2022: Republicans and PSD are the parties that continue to grow under Bolsonaro

Right-wing Republicans and center-right Social Democratic Party PSD gained 99,412 and 80,145 members, respectively; the MDB (Brazilian Democratic Movement - center to center-right) and the parties that merged into União Brasil (Brazil union - center to right-wing) lost more than 250,000 members

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The parties that gained the most members from October 2018 to April 2022 were the Republicans (99,412) and the PSD (80,145). The Republicans conducted membership campaigns with state and municipal leaders.

The data comes from a Power360 survey with information from the Superior Electoral Court TSE.

Also noteworthy is Polo, which reached a plus of 48% with 223 thousand members.

The growth of the Republicans, which is linked to the Universal Church, is a sign of the greater involvement of evangelicals in politics in recent years.

The group was able to push through its . . .

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