RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilians are not optimistic about going back to their pre-pandemic routines this year. Global Advisor 2021 Predictions research, conducted by Ipsos since 2012 to examine expectations of citizens worldwide about the new year, pointed out that only 41% of respondents in Brazil believe that life in the country will return to normal after the impact of the novel coronavirus crisis.
The Brazilian projection reflects the widespread global opinion. Of the 31 countries surveyed, the average rate of people who do not believe in a return to normality also stands at 41%.
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