TV Record/RealTime Big Data poll on the election for the governor of Bahia, released this Thursday (9), shows the former mayor of Salvador ACM Neto (União Brasil) with 56% of the voting intentions, a result that would give him victory in the first round. Elections are scheduled for October.
Following are former state education secretary Jerônimo Rodrigues (PT), with 18%; the federal deputy and former Minister of Citizenship João Roma (PL), with 10%; and Kleber Rosa (PSOL), cited by 1% of respondents. The margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points.
Blanks and nulls are 8%; 7% say they do not know or have not responded to the survey. RealTime did not simulate second-round scenarios.
1,500 voters were interviewed by telephone between the 7th and 8th of June. The survey was registered with the Electoral Court under the code BA-01168/2022. According to the institute, the confidence level of the survey is 95%.
Stimulated voting intention for governor of Bahia
- ACM Neto (Brazil Union) – 56%
- Jerome Rodrigues (PT) – 18%
- João Roma (PL) – 10%
- Kleber Rosa (PSOL) – 1%
- White/Null – 8%
- Don’t know/didn’t answer – 7%
RealTime Big Data also made simulations for the Senate race, which show Otto Alencar (PSD), candidate for reelection, with 29% of the votes, followed by Raíssa Soares (PL), with 11%, Cacá Leão (PP), 6 %, and Tâmara Azevedo (PSOL), 5%.
- Otto Alencar (PSD) – 29%
- Dr. Raíssa Soares – 11%
- Cacá Leão – 6%
- Tâmara Azevedo (PSOL) – 5%
- White/null – 22%
- Don’t know/didn’t answer – 27%
CNN will hold the first presidential debate of 2022. The clash between the candidates will be broadcast live on August 6, on TV and on our digital platforms.
*Posted by Marcelo Tuvuca
Source: CNN Brasil