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Bolsonarista stronghold in Brazil want to increase support for president out of “patriotism”

By Juliana Steil

Nova Pádua (RS), known as the 'Little Italian Paradise,' cast 92.96% of valid votes for Bolsonaro in the last elections.

In the self-styled "Little Italian Paradise", Brazilian flags are hoisted in backyards, windows, and sidewalks.

This is the view one has when arriving in the center of Nova Pádua, a municipality of 2,500 inhabitants in the Serra Gaúcha that, in 2018, received the title of the most Bolsonarista city in the country.

That year, the local population cast 92.96% of their votes on Jair Bolsonaro – at the time of the . . .

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