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Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva leads the spontaneous voting intentions for October's presidential election, with a 21% support, according to a survey by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI) and Ibope. Jair Bolsonaro comes in second with 11%. Ciro Gomes and Marina Silva have 2% in this scenario, while Alvaro Dias, Geraldo Alckmin, and Jolo Amoldo appears with 1%.

In the scenario without former president Lula and with a pre-defined list of candidates, with Fernando Haddad as the Workers' Party candidate, Jair Bolsonaro leads with 17% of the voting intentions, trailed by Marina Silva (13%), Ciro Gomes (8%), and Geraldo Alckmin (6%).

In another scenario, which includes Lula among the pre-selected list of candidates, the former Brazilian President leads with 33% of the voting intention, trailed by Jair Bolsonaro (15%) and Marina Silva (7%).