With 92 percent of the votes in Brazil's presidential election already counted, the incumbent, Dilma Rousseff of the Workers Party, is ahead with 41 percent. She will almost definitely meet Aécio Neves, from the Brazilian Party for Social Democracy, in a second round matchup. Neves has 34 percent. Brazilian Socialist Party candidate Marina Silva, who was until recently expected to face Rousseff in a second round, is out of the race with 21 percent.
With Brazilians voting for President on Sunday, a remarkable last-minute surge has propelled Aécio Neves past Marina Silva as the opposition candidate Brazilians feel has the best chance to oust Dilma Rousseff.