Jair Bolsonaro, who has been dubbed the "Tropical Trump" by the media, has a wide lead over leftist Fernando Haddad, with 56 percent of voters expected to back him against 44 percent favoring his rival, according to a Datafolha poll.
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Bolsonaro fell 4 percent short of an outright victory in the first round on October 7, securing 46 percent of votes. He was trailed by Haddad, a former mayor of Sao Paulo, with 29.3 percent.
The right-wing candidate of the Social Liberal Party has spoken in favor of paying women less, loosening gun control and called US President Donald Trump his inspiration.
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His leftist challenger has been campaigning for tighter gun control, more active steps to curb a rise in homicides and social security reforms. He stands for multilateralism and a bigger role for regional organizations, such as Mercosur and BRICS.