In the scenario with the former governor of São Paulo, which amounts to 16%, PT has 28%, compared to 12% for the former Minister of Infrastructure and 10% for Tucano; the research was published by the institute this Thursday night, 30
Former mayor of Sao Paulo Fernando Haddad (PT) leads the race for São Paulo government, with 34% of the vote target. This is what research shows Data sheet released this Thursday night, 30. PT consolidates in race for Palácio dos Bandeirantes in scenario without former governor Marcio Franca (PSB), which must relinquish its candidacy and run for the Senate with a Labor Party ticket (ENGLISH). The possibility of withdrawing the PSB pre-candidate was strengthened within the PT by the decision of the journalist. José Luiz Datena (PSC), which withdrew its precinct candidate for the Senate this Thursday. The move contributes to the outcome of negotiations between the PT and the pessebistas in the country’s largest state. Without France former Minister of Infrastructure Tarcisio Gomes de Freitas (Republicans) and the governor of São Paulo, Rodrigo Garcia (PSDB), are equal to 13% of the voting targets. Gabriel Colombo (PCB) has 3% of the voting targets, followed by Felício Ramuth (PSD) and Altino Junior (PSTU), who have 2%, Vinicius Poit (Novo), Abraham Weintraub (Brasil 35) and Elvis Cesar ( PDT), which have 1%. Gaps and nulls increase by up to 20% and those undecided, 9%.
In the scenario involving Marcio França, Haddad remains at the top, but reaches 28%. The BHP candidate, on the other hand, has 16% of the voting targets. The former Minister of Infrastructure and Tukani have, respectively, 12% and 10%, technically equal. Ramuth and Colombo have 2%, compared to 1% for Poit, Weintraub, Junior and Caesar. In this scenario, gaps and nulls are increased by up to 16%; 9% are undecided. In the previous poll, in April, Fernando Haddad (PT) had 29% of the vote target, followed by Marcio França (PSB), with 20%; backed by President Jair Bolsonaro, Tarcísio added up to 10%, and Rodrigo Garcia (PSDB), 6%, tied to the margin of error. The institute polled 1,806 voters between Tuesday, the 28th and Thursday the 30th. The margin of error is two percentage points. The research, contracted by the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo, was registered with the High Electoral Court under number SP-02523/2022.