The right-wing candidate loses only in the Northeast, boasting higher rates among rich and educated voters
The first Datafolha poll on the presidential elections' second round shows Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) with a comfortable lead over Fernando Haddad (PT). The right-wing candidate secures 58% of valid votes, while the former São Paulo mayor scores 42%.
The poll, which excludes void, null and undecided votes, confirms the conservative trend that almost gave a first-round victory to the PSL presidential candidate. In the first round, Bolsonaro secured 46% of valid votes, while Haddad scored 29%.
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