Bolsonaro in April 2020 – Image source: Palácio do Planalto from Brasilia, Brasil / CC BY via Wikimedia Commons
According to the 1xBet Sportsbook, Jair Bolsonaro (2.75) has high chances to become the President of Brazil for the second time in a row. However, Bolsonaro is currently going through one of the most challenging periods in his presidency. This may serve to the favor of Bolsonaro’s main contender, Sergio Moro (7.00), and make him the next President of Brazil according to the bets on Brazilian Presidential Elections.
Bets on Brazilian Presidential elections are promising for Jair Bolsonaro
Jair Bolsonaro has ranked first again on the bets on Brazilian Presidential elections. However, the last few weeks were so hard for so-called “Tropical Trump”. The similarities in their scandalous style and, surely, wide usage of social media can justify such a comparison. Still, the current situation makes political analysts think that Bolsonaro may leave the Presidential office even before 2022. On the other hand, the numbers prove the opposite.
Bolsonaro’s popularity starts increasing again due to the improving economic indicators. His fight against corruption also contributed to that.
Moreover, despite the falling popularity he had during his first year of presidency, more and more people acknowledge him as a good president for Brazil. And the number of people dissatisfied with his government has declined.
Will Sergio Moro win the elections?
Over the last few years, Sergio Moro became one of the most popular political figures in Brazil. Such increased popularity made him Bolsonaro’s main rival in the race for the Presidential office. Therefore, he is the 1st runner-up among the candidates on bets on Brazilian Presidential elections.
In one of the dialogues reported to Folha, Bolsonaro highlighted the great possibility of Moro to win the elections.
Despite this, however, Moro declared that he has no interest in taking the office and mentioned Bolsonara as the potential candidate to take the office.
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