Though Brazilian presidential candidate Aecio Neves is viewed as a longshot, he is a favorite among Brazil’s pro-business sector. CCTV America’s Stephen Gibbs reports.
With just days to go before the presidential elections in Brazil, most of the focus is on two main candidates: incumbent President Dilma Rousseff and environmentalist Marina Silva.
Meanwhile, former congressman and grandson of a former president Neves is still campaigning even though a recent poll had him trailing by 22 points.
Neves was initially the main political challenger to President Rousseff, however he was surpassed after Marina Silva’s late entry into the election.