The first poll at the mouth of the ballot box – to be released on Globo network – indicates that Sunday's elections in Brazil may have been won by Jair Bolsonaro, with about 45% of the votes. In second place was Fernando Haddad, PT candidate, with 28% of the votes.
As all the polls indicated, Brazil, if these results are confirmed, will go to a second round, already scheduled for 28 this month.
In this perspective, and even before this polling was heard, one of the main members of Jair Bolsonaro's team, the lawyer Gustavo Bebianno, president of PSL, told Estado de São Paulo newspaper that in a possible second round the tone of the campaign and speeches will be full mobilization for the attack on the opponent.
"It's fucked up," he said. "If you have a second round, the confrontation will be direct. With the PT there is no conversation. Let's go hard, we will not have mercy on the mistakes and the evils of the PT. "
The state-wide polling polls that are being released indicate more support than official polls for the candidates linked to Jair Bolsonaro. As Brazilian analysts explain, it may not mean anything because there is no certainty that these voters have voted for the far right candidate.