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Brazil election: Lula maintains wide lead over Bolsonaro, poll says

Strong inflation headwinds could deny Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro a second term, with the incumbent also facing a new corruption scandal. Lula says citizens want to "get rid" of the current government.

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