RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - If the presidential elections were held today, President Jair Bolsonaro would be reelected. In a first-round dispute scenario between Bolsonaro, ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, ex-Minister of Justice Sérgio Moro and other candidates, the president would take the majority of the votes (31 percent), followed by ex-president Lula (17 percent).
In a second round, Bolsonaro would beat Lula, with 42 percent of the votes, compared to 31 percent for the leftist opponent. This is shown by an Exame/IDEIA survey.
In this first round scenario, Moro comes third with . . .