RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - If the presidential elections were today, President Jair Bolsonaro would be reelected in any scenario. In the first round, the President would secure 30 percent of the vote, against 18 percent for former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and ten percent for ex-Minister Sérgio Moro. Ciro Gomes, with nine percent, Luciano Huck, with five percent, and João Doria, with four percent, also figured in the poll.
In the case of a second round dispute, Moro would be the candidate with the best chances of facing Bolsonaro. The ex-Minister stands with . . .