Datafolha research released this Friday (9), commissioned by Globo and the newspaper “Folha de S.Paulo”, points out that former President Lula (PT) would defeat President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) in an eventual second round.
- Squid: 53% (maintained the percentage of the Datafolha survey of September 1)
- Bolsonaro: 39% (was 38% in the previous survey)
According to the institute, Lula has 53% of the votes, while Bolsonaro has 39%. Those who say they vote white or null are 7% and those who don’t know 2%.
The survey came after Bolsonaro used the September 7 events, which celebrated the 200th anniversary of Brazil’s Independence, to ask for votes in Brasília and Rio de Janeiro.
In relation to the latest poll, released on September 1, Lula remained stable and Bolsonaro fluctuated one point up. The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus two percentage points.
- SPECIAL PAGE: See the complete data from the Datafolha survey
Datafolha released this Friday also indicates that Lula is ahead of Bolsonaro in the first round. The PT has 45% of the votes, while the current president has 34%.
The survey heard 2,676 people, between September 8 and 9, in 191 municipalities. The margin of error is plus or minus 2 percentage points, within the 95% confidence level. The search code at the Electoral Court is BR-07422/2022.