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6 hours ago, hckošice said:

Yeah, I still think these threats are just screams in the dark.

 

Firstly as we know the Russians, their nuclear weapons are likely out of order and rusty for like 30 years or so, or pieces of them just stolen and taken to nearest pawn shop 5 straight meters from Kremlin. Probably also the so famous Putin´s push button doesn't work either, the cables were likely stolen too or more likely never actually been working ever.

 

They don't need many of them to work!

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1 hour ago, konig said:

Bolsonaro is leading with 48% in the beginning of the results of the brazilian election.

44% counted now, and his lead has been getting smaller and smaller and smaller. From 7% earlier, to only 2,5% right now. In every single major state, Bolsonaro is behind his votes of 2018, whereas Lula is absolutely destroying the number of votes his party's candidate got four years ago.

 

Slowly starting to look better and better.

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5 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

44% counted now, and his lead has been getting smaller and smaller and smaller. From 7% earlier, to only 2,5% right now. In every single major state, Bolsonaro is behind his votes of 2018, whereas Lula is absolutely destroying the number of votes his party's candidate got four years ago.

 

Slowly starting to look better and better.

Agree but the polls shows a big diference for Lula and at least, at the moment, that doesnt happen, tipical for Latin America.

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5 minutes ago, konig said:

Agree but the polls shows a big diference for Lula and at least, at the moment, that doesnt happen, tipical for Latin America.

Six biggest states, together making up roughly 90 million voters (a very large part of course). The numbers are 'Bolsonaro vs Haddad' of 2018, and in (parenthesis) the numbers Bolsonaro and Lula (instead of Haddad) are now on course for. The difference is truly insane :d 

 

São Paulo: 53.00 (50) vs 16.42 (39)


Minas Gerais: 48.31 (45) vs 27.65 (46)


Rio de Janeiro: 59.79 (50) vs 14.69 (41)


Bahia: 23.41 (25) vs 60.28 (68)


Rio Grande do Sul: 52.63 (50) vs 22.81 (42)


Paraná: 56.89 (55) vs 19.70 (35)

 

These are millions and millions of votes Lula is taking away.

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3 minutes ago, konig said:

Agree but the polls shows a big diference for Lula and at least, at the moment, that doesnt happen, tipical for Latin America.

 

Only latin america? Exactly the same happened with Trump last time. Even though he lost he got better numbers than polls anticipated.  

  

Some people are just ashamed to openly admit they vote for this type of politicians.

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1 minute ago, LDOG said:

 

Only latin america? Exactly the same happened with Trump last time. Even though he lost he got better numbers than polls anticipated.  

  

Some people are just ashamed to openly admit they vote for this type of politicians.

For me the polls "doenst ask" some part of the population but may be you are rigth.

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Just now, LuizGuilherme said:

Guys, northeast is where Lula have the biggest number of suportes and the count there is like 20% now.

 

Lula still have chances to win today

Oh, but the list of six biggest states I posted a few posts earlier already makes me highly confident Lula is the big favourite. Bolsonaro is scoring mostly similar or a little lower than four years ago (except for Rio, where has is 10% (!) down on last time), whereas Lula is scoring way, way, way higher than Haddad :d 

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