the former governor Renan Filho (MDB) has a good advantage over the former president Fernando Collor (PTB) in the race for the only Senate seat by alagoas in this year’s election – ironically, the post in dispute is currently held by Collor himself.
According to a survey carried out by the Paraná Pesquisas institute between April 27 and May 2, Renan Filho has 45.8% of voting intentions against 22.5% for Collor – the margin of error is 2.6 percentage points for more or for less.
Next, state deputy Davi Davino Filho (PP) appears in the race, with 14.1%, and agronomist Mário Agra (PSOL), with 1.7%. Among those interviewed, 11.8% said they would vote for none, null or white and another 4.2% said they did not know or did not respond.
Former President of the Republic, former mayor of Maceió and former governor of Alagoas, Fernando Collor has been in this senatorial seat for sixteen years, since his victory in the 2006 election – he was re-elected in 2014.
Renan Filho, who governed the state for two terms and resigned in early April, is trying for the first time for the position – if he wins, he will join his father, the senator. Renan Calheiros (MDB-AL)who will only have to renew his term in the 2026 election.
In the dispute for the state government, the picture is much more tangled. In the main scenario, the leader in the poll is Senator Rodrigo Cunha (Union Brazil)with 28.6%, followed by the former mayor of Maceió Rui Palmeira (PSD)which has 22.9%.
The candidate supported by Renan father and son, the state deputy Paulo Dantas (MDB), appears in third, with 17%. Then come state deputy Antonio Albuquerque (Republicans), with 6.1%, and former federal deputy Régis Cavalcanti (Citizenship), with 2.5%.
The survey heard 1,510 voters in person in 33 municipalities in Alagoas and was registered with the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) under nº AL-02627 /2022.
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