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Survey: 65% believe Brazil’s economy is on the wrong track

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a survey released Thursday, January 27, 65% of Brazilians believe that the country's economy is not on the right track.

The survey conducted by IPESPE (Institute for Social, Political and Economic Research) shows that with the pandemic outbreak, confidence in the Brazilian economy began to drop.

However, you have to interpret this result with a pinch of salt. The vast majority of Brazilians understand only Portuguese and therefore simply believe what the media tell them. And the country's major media are hostile to the Bolsonaro government, badmouthing it wherever they can in . . .

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