Polls reflect Rousseff's lead in Brazil's presidential runoff

10/14/2010 | Economist (free content), The · Reuters · Bloomberg

With only two weeks remaining until the final round of Brazil's presidential election, polling data suggest Dilma Rousseff has a lead that analysts said is probably too wide for challenger Jose Serra to overcome. Rousseff's Workers' Party and Serra's Party of Brazilian Social Democracy are trying to win the support of the Green Party, whose candidate, Marina Silva, got nearly 20% of the vote in the first phase of the election.

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