Now officially in party politics, since he has joined Somoz, former judge and former minister Sergio Moro has a similar rejection from President Jair Bolsonaro (no party). The politician did not nominate himself, but was appointed a preliminary candidate for the presidency of the republic.
An excerpt from a Genial / Quaest poll published in the Estadão column shows that it is rejected by 74% of those earning less than two minimum wages a month. In this group, the deviation of Bolsonaro is in the range of 73%, that is, two equal with an error of 3 percentage points.
But the Moro abandonment declines and remains at 49% when you analyze people who receive two to five monthly salaries. Bolsonara is rejected by 65% of this group.
Regionally, former allies are getting closer: in the northeast, 68% say they would not vote for Moro, and 74% for Bolsonaro, which is the worst of the two. Moro rejection is lower in the south (48%) and southeast (60%), as well as in Bolsonaro (69% in the south and 63% in the southeast).
In addition, both show the worst average deviation rates of all candidates tested. Bolsonaro is in the lead, rejected by 67% of voters. It is closely followed by Moro with 61% deviation and Sao Paulo Governor João Doria (PSDB) with 58%. The list also includes the former Governor of Ceara Ciro Gomes (53%), former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (39%), Chairman of the Senate Rodrigo Pacheco (36%), Governor of the State of Rio Grande do South, Eduardo Leite (29% ) and businessman Felipe d’Avila (20%).
The survey, conducted November 3-6, was based on 2,063 face-to-face interviews in 123 municipalities across the country. Confidence level 95%.