Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff would win re-election in a first round of balloting in October, defeating opposition Senator Aecio Neves and Pernambuco state Governor Eduardo Campos with 47 percent of intended votes, a Datafolha poll said. ... Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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The survey by local pollster Datafolha showed that only 52 percent of Brazilians favoured hosting the World Cup, down from a high of 79 percent in November 2008, a year after Brazil was chosen as the venue for the 32-nation event. Support for the ...World News Australia, 2 weeks ago World Cup - Poll shows Brazilians are souring on hosting 2014 tournament Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 2 weeks ago Brazilians tired of taking to the streets ahead of World Cup Russia Today, 2 weeks ago Many Brazilians against Brazil World Cup according to latest poll Arirang, 2 weeks ago
A new poll in Brazil shows less support among citizens than ever for hosting this year's World Cup. The Datafolha polling group says 52 per cent of respondents favour Brazil hosting the event. That's down from 79 per cent support during the same ...World News Australia, 2 weeks ago
Reuters, 23/02 00:38 CET RIO The survey, conducted February 19 and 20 by the Datafolha public opinion research group, gives Rousseff, a member of the Workers? Party, 47 percent of Brazilians? intended votes, the same amount she had in the last ...EuroNews, 2 weeks ago Brazil presidential poll tips Dilma Rousseff win, Aecio Neves support slips Times of India, 2 weeks ago
By Chris Wright ,AFP RIO DE JANEIRO -- Brazil on Tuesday marked 100 days to the World Cup finals with President Dilma Rousseff announcing major public buildings in the host cities would be bathed at night in the national colors, green and yellow, ...China Post, 6 days ago Brazilians celebrate 100 days to finals Taipei Times Online, 6 days ago Brazil turning yellow with 100 days to Cup Daily Nation, 6 days ago Brazil lights up cities as countdown to World Cup continues Malay Mail, 1 week ago
/ 4 March 2014 Host nation racing against time to stage the greatest sporting show on earth. Brazil celebrated wildly after being chosen to host the World Cup, a chance for the sleeping ...Khaleej Times, 1 week ago Last-minute Brazil to be ready for football World Cup The Mole, 1 week ago With 100 days left, Brazil vows to be ready for FIFA World Cup NDTV, 1 week ago Last-minute Brazil vows to be ready Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 week ago
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Brazil will probably keep its stable outlook this year because the government won't change policies before the October presidential election, Moody's Investors Service analyst Mauro Leos said. The only thing that is important is the direction the ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff remains the favorite to win re-election in October with a comfortable lead over possible contenders, according to a poll published Sunday. The DatafolhaBig News Network, 2 weeks ago Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Favorite to Win Re-election in October Radio Habana Cuba, 2 weeks ago
The main soccer officials, players and coaches participated in a survey about the Brazilian stadiums.
Maracanã, Mineirão and Itaipava Fonte Nova were considered the best facilities for games according to the athletes, who gave an average score of 9.4 to the Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais facilities, while Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, located in ...Odebrecht, 2 weeks ago Maracana tops player vote as Brazil's best stadium China.org.cn, 3 weeks ago XINHUA - Maracana tops player vote as Brazil's best stadium Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago
Support among Brazilians for hosting soccer's World Cup has fallen to an all-time low with the kickoff of the month-long tournament less than four months away, according to a poll released today by Sao Paulo-based Datafolha. The number of ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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