In Brazil, more voters are on the right than on the left -poll DataSenado

The survey also asked about trust in electronic ballot boxes: 66 % trust their results, and 32 % said they did not trust them. The percentage of distrust is high. Therefore, the country must not downplay the importance of this problem because there are millions of voters who are concerned about it.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Political Panorama 2022 survey, conducted by the DataSenado Institute in collaboration with the University of Brasília (UnB), shows that more voters in Brazil identify with the right than the left.

Of the 5,888 people surveyed in the last two months of 2021, 21% said they were of the right, and 11% said they were of the left.

Left and right are designations that date back to the French Revolution that began in 1789, when the Jacobins, who were considered radical progressives, occupied the seats on the left side of the National Convention, while . . .

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