The Brazilian authorities introduced at this time that it could open an investigation in opposition to the three main polling institutes after accusing them of “manipulating” the outcomes of the primary spherical of the Oct. 2 presidential election.
The president of Brazil’s antitrust company Cade (Administrative Council for Financial Protection), Alexandre Cordeiro, introduced that an investigation could be launched in opposition to the businesses Datafolha, Ipec, and Ipespe for allegedly forming a cartel to control the election outcomes.
Cordeiro mentioned it was “uncertain” that each one the polls printed by the three firms differed a lot from the ultimate outcome.
All polls predicted a transparent victory . . .