Governor Mauro Mendes (União Brasil) leads the race for the Government of Mato Grosso with 62% of voting intentions in the stimulated scenario (when the names of candidates are presented to respondents), according to a Real Time Big Data survey released this Thursday ( 22). Following are Marcia Pinheiro (PV), with 17%, Pastor Marcos Ritela (PTB), with 5%, and Moisés Franz (PSOL), with 1%. Blanks and nulls added up to 8%, and don’t know/didn’t answer, 7%.
The survey, commissioned by the Record TV, heard a thousand people between the 20th and 21st of September and has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points, with a confidence index of 95%. The research was registered with the Superior Electoral Court under the number MT-09789/2022.
According to the institute, Mauro Mendes has 73% of the valid votes, which would give him victory in the first round. To win the election in the first round, a candidate needs 50% of the valid votes (discarded blanks and nulls) plus one. Marcia Pinheiro has 20% of the valid candidates, Pastor Marcos Ritela, 6%, and Moisés Franz, 1%.
Marcia Pinheiro leads the voter rejection. According to Real Time Big Data, 39% of respondents said they would not vote for her at all. Then come Pastor Marcos Ritela, with 35% of rejection, Moisés Franz, with 34%, and Mauro Mendes, with 27%. Respondents could name more than one candidate.
Governor Mauro Mendes is approved by 67% of voters and disapproved by 26%, and 7% did not know/did not respond.
The government was considered excellent by 14%, good by 39%, fair by 31%, bad by 7%, terrible by 3%, and another 6% did not know/did not respond.
In the Senate race, Wellington Fagundes (PL), who is seeking re-election to the post, leads, with 43% of the voting intentions, followed by Neri (PP), with 15%. See the full result: