By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Less than five days from presidential elections in Brazil, incumbent President, Dilma Rousseff, has edged her way to the lead, ahead of Aecio Neves, 47 percent to 43 percent of the total votes, according to polling company, Datafolha.
On Monday another Datafolha poll showed Rousseff with 46 percent of the total votes and Neves with 43 percent. Valid votes, which exclude undecided voters, those who have decided to vote blank (for neither candidate) or annul their ballot, show Rousseff with 52 percent against Neves with 48 percent.
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