Poll Update: Brazil’s Rousseff Maintains Lead, Though Neves Gains Ground
A CNI-Ibope poll published June 19 places Rousseff with 39 percent, down one point since last month. Neves came in second with 21 percent of the vote, up one point from the previous month, and Campos was third at 10 percent. A survey conducted by Instituto Sensus also shows a drop in votes for the president from 34 percent in April to 32.2 percent in June. Neves scored 21.4 percent, up 1.5 points since April, while Campos dropped to 7.5 percent from 8.3 percent.