Lula and Bolsonaro have a duel in the municipal election of SP

President Lula (PT) and former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) already have a date set for the first duel after the 2022 presidential elections, won by the PT.

According to a survey of voting intentions for the City Hall of São Paulo carried out by the Paraná Research Institute, released by the columnist of the UOL Thaís Oyama, two candidates “sponsored” by Lula and Bolsonaro, are leading the race right now.

The stimulated scenario of the survey places federal deputy Guilherme Boulos (PSOL-SP) in first place, with 39% of the voting intentions, while also federal deputy Ricardo Salles (PL-SP) appears in second place, with 20.4% . In third is the current mayor of the city, Ricardo Nunes (MDB), with 13.6% of the voting intentions. Federal deputy Tabata Amaral (PSB-SP) appears with 7.7%, while Vinicius Poit (Novo) has 5%.

1,208 voters were heard from April 30 to May 4, and the survey has a confidence level of 95% and a margin of error of two percentage points, more or less.

According to Oyama, what already demonstrates a clash between Lula and Bolsonaro is that voters were asked about their voting intentions, mentioning the “godfathers” of the candidates.

When asking the voter, she said: ‘would you vote for Guilherme Boulos, who is President Lula’s candidate? Would you go back to Ricardo Salles, who is the candidate of former president Jair Bolsonaro?’ In the case of Ricardo Nunes, they put Simone Tebet as godmother, perhaps because she is from the same party, the MDB, but you see, it was a survey that was not simply limited to the likely candidates for mayor of São Paulo. She directly and explicitly mentioned who would be the sponsors of the candidates.


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