By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The controversial right-wing presidential candidate in Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, continues to hold a wide lead over his leftist rival Fernando Haddad. In the second poll for the October 28th runoff from Ibope, Bolsonaro has 59 percent of voter intentions while Haddad has 41 percent.
In addition to voter intentions, Ibope also asked participants which candidate would best represent the interests of ten different sectors, including the wealthy, agriculture, entrepreneurs, the banking industry, the environment, retirees, young people, the working class, poor, and women.
A resounding 65 percent of participants thought . . .