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Brazil`s last poll: if elections were today Rousseff would beat Serra, obtaining more than 50% of the votes.

Rousseff is still leading the polls.

The electoral race for the presidency of the Republic of Brazil in the second round is tight. But if the election were today, Roussef (PT) would beat José Serra (PSDB).  A poll of Datafolha released Friday in Brazil, Mrs. Rousseff of the PT has 47% of the votes, while the opposition candidate Mr. Serra has 41%.

About 12%  is in a limbo,  4% will vote but not for any of them, and 8% is still undecided. Considering only the valid votes (excluding white, void and undecided) Dilma would get 54% and 46% Sierra.

The negative variation of Dilma is due to a decrease of three percentage points in the electorate with lower education. The survey also showed an increase of three points in the rejection of Serra, 66% of the electorate would not vote for him no way, in case of Dilma Rousseff the rejection ranged one point down from 68% to 67%.