Former Sao Paulo mayor Fernando Haddad (PT) leads the race for government of São Pauloaccording to a survey carried out by the Paraná Research between the 24th and 29th of April and released this Monday, 2.
In the main scenario, the PT has 29.7% of the voting intentions against 18.6% for the former governor. Marcio France (PSB)15.2% of the former minister Tarcisio de Freitas (Republicans) and 5.6% of the governor Rodrigo Garcia (PSDB). França and Tarcísio are technically tied within the margin of error, which is plus or minus 2.3 percentage points.
Next, Federal Deputy Vinicius Poit (Novo), with 1.8%; the former mayor of São José dos Campos Felicio Ramuth (PSD), with 1%; the former minister Abraham Weintraub (PMB), with 0.7%; the former mayor of Santana de Parnaíba Elvis Cezar (PDT), with 0.4%; and the subway Altino Junior (PSTU)com 0,2%.
In a survey carried out by the same institute at the end of March, Haddad had 31.1%; France, 17.6%; Tarcisio, 12.7%; and Garcia, 3.8% — that is, with the exception of PT, the other three oscillated upwards, but the two surveys are not exactly comparable because the previous scenario did not include Weintraub, Elvis Cezar and Altino Júnior.
In Monday’s poll, 19.3% said they would not vote for any of the aforementioned candidates, would vote blank or nullify the vote, while 7.5% said they did not know or did not respond.
The survey was carried out in person with 1,820 voters in 78 municipalities in São Paulo and was registered with the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) under nº SP-01683/2022
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