Brazil elections 2022: With support from Lula da Silva and Bolsonaro, Haddad and Freitas lead in São Paulo

In a scenario that does not consider the presidential candidates' support, the former mayor of the state capital also appears ahead in the survey, followed by Márcio França.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The former mayor of São Paulo, Fernando Haddad (Workers' Party - PT), leads all scenarios of the electoral race for the state government, revealed the institute Paraná Pesquisas on May 2.

According to the survey, the PT candidate reaches 29.7% of voting intentions in the main scenario. In the sequence, Márcio França (PSB), with 18.6%, Tarcísio de Freitas (Republicanos), with 15.2%, and Rodrigo Garcia (PSDB), with 5.6%.

In a smaller scenario, with only the top four candidates, Haddad reaches 30.3% against 19.2% for França, 15.7 . . .

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