Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro declared on Saturday that he is confident he will be re-elected in the presidential election due to the support he received on every street in every Brazilian city during his 45-day campaign. Over 60% of Sunday elections.
current president BrazilJair Bolsonaro was certain of his re-election in the face of the South American giant’s elections this Sunday.
Despite the fact that the latest voter intention surveys show him to be in second place with between 36% and 37% of valid votes, progressive voters get between 50% and 51%. Second only to leader Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, the right-wing leader said what he sees on the streets is very different from what polls say.
“We were in Joinville this Saturday and it seemed like the whole city was out on the streets and welcoming us. What happened was incredible,” says Brazilian History. On the eve of the country’s most polarized presidential election, the head of state spoke live on social networks.
“Not just today, but in the 45 days of my nearly 20 campaigns, the reception has been extraordinary everywhere, even in the northeast, which they say is the stronghold of the Left. ‘ said.
Bolsonaro confident of winning election
Bolsonaro He declared that he trusted what he saw on the street, not the polls. And what he saw was that the majority of the population who accepted him in all the cities voluntarily showed their affection to him.
“Polls show Lula has 51% of the vote, but no one welcomes him. In Galanjus[his rival’s hometown]he was greeted like a pop star,” he said.
“That’s why I expect nothing more than to see tomorrow’s elections with over 60% of the votes. never,” he said.
He also made it clear that the number of people who picked him up far exceeded those who attended the event organized by Lula during his election campaign in Brazil’s largest city, São Paulo, on Saturday. He added.
Despite optimistic statements by heads of state, the latest poll released this Saturday showed Socialist leaders have half the votes and chances of being elected President without needing a second round.
The measure establishes a second round, scheduled for October 30, if no candidate receives a majority of the votes.
Bolsonaro says his confidence in winning “Everything worked well, especially in Brasilia, where the election results were smooth and transparent.” .
His remarks were a reference to electoral officials and have been harshly critical of what they consider Brazil’s electronic voting system to be unreliable and susceptible to fraud.
Far-right leaders have said they will only acknowledge election results if they are clean and transparent.