WASHINGTON — Brazil’s incumbent president, Dilma Rousseff, will probably win her second four-year term if polls hold true on election day.
Reuters reported  that Rousseff, facing internal strife over significant poverty, widespread protests  and the NSA spying scandal , is ahead of her opponents. She has 47% of the vote in a recent poll by the Datafolha public opinion research group.
In Brazil, candidates have to make it past the first round of votes and win only if they get 50% share of the vote. Currently, Rousseff’s 47% would help her qualify for the second round, but she would be in a run-off with the second-best vote getter.