By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The last voter intention polls conducted by Datafolha and Ibope before Sunday’s Presidential elections give Brazil’s incumbent President Dilma Rousseff of the PT (Workers Party) a slight lead over PSDB (Social Democracy Party) candidate Aecio Neves. Datafolha has Rousseff with 52 percent of the valid votes against Neves’ 48 percent.
The Ibope poll has Rousseff with 53 percent of the valid votes against Neves’ 47 percent. Datafolha’s poll shows that ten percent of voters will vote blank, annul their votes or are still undecided. Ibope shows that . . .