SAO PAULO – Thousands of people flocked to one of the main avenues in Brazil's largest city to support Jair Bolsonaro, the next-week right-wing presidential candidate.  Viewers in Sao Paulo waved Brazilian flags loudly as the leaders of their Social Liberal Party promised them victory in the October 7 vote.
Bolsonaro is currently conducting polls before this vote. But if no candidate wins the majority of the votes, the race goes into a second round, according to polls.
"He is the only one who can pull Brazil out of the sea of corruption in which he drowns," said Felipe de Almeida, owner of the construction market.
On Sunday, thousands protested against Bolsonaro and his comments on gays, Women and Minorities.
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