‘Brazil’s Trump’ leads polls ahead of vote after stabbing

Far-right Bolsonaro leads the polls ahead of the election, but support for opposition candidate Haddad has also risen.

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    Brazil's far-right presidential candidate is leading the polls ahead of next month's election.

    Jair Bolsonaro is still in hospital after being stabbed during a campaign rally.

    But support for the opposition candidate Fernando Haddad has risen sharply and he's now in second place.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Mariana Sanchez reports from Rio de Janeiro.


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