Less than a week away from the 2018 elections, the PSL presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro rose by 4% and reached 31% of voting intentions, his highest score since the beginning of the Ibope/Estado/TV Globo poll series. Fernando Haddad (PT) takes second place, with the same 21% he had in the previous poll, released on September 26.
They are followed by Ciro Gomes (PDT), who dropped from 12% to 11%, and Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB), who kept his 8%. Marina Silva (Rede) dropped from 6% to 4%, her lowest rate since the beginning of the campaign.
Bolsonaro's lead over Haddad rose from 6 to 10 points in five days. Considering only valid votes - that is, excluding blank and null votes -, the PSL candidate leads by 38% to 25%.
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