RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The majority of Brazilians are against compulsory voting currently in force in the country, points out a national survey conducted by Datafolha.
According to the institute, 56% of respondents are against the obligation to vote, compared to 41% who say they agree with this requirement.
A total of 1% of respondents were unable to answer, and another 1% said they were indifferent in this respect.
The error margin in the survey, conducted between December 8th and 10th, is two percentage points plus or minus.
A total of 2,016 adult Brazilians with cell phones from all . . .