Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff 's re-election bid lost support in a poll conducted by Datafolha as faster inflation and slower growth damaged her government's popularity. She still had more than the level of support a candidate will need to win ... Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
Rousseff Loses Support in Brazil Poll as Majority Seeks Change - Washington Post, 1 week ago
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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, 1 month ago
The Datafolha polling institute says 36 percent of respondents rated Rousseff's government as "great/good" against the 41 percent who gave it that rating in its previous poll conducted in February. The poll was published Sunday by the Folha de S.FOXNews.com, 1 week ago
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, 1 month ago World Cup - Poll shows Brazilians are souring on hosting 2014 tournament Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 1 month ago Brazilians regret World Cup bid Herald Scotland, 1 month ago Are Brazilians souring on hosting FIFA World Cup 2014? Rediff.com, 1 month 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, 1 month ago Brazil's Stock Market Rises, President Falls Forbes.com, 1 week ago Brazil Real Rallies to Five-Month High as Rousseff Support Ebbs La Repubblica, 1 week ago Brazil presidential poll tips Dilma Rousseff win, Aecio Neves support slips Times of India, 1 month ago
World Cup pessimism is growing among Brazilians, according to a latest Datafolha poll published by the Folha de Sao Paulo daily on Monday, while protesters vowed to disrupt the big kickoff. A poll of 2,091 people questioned on Feb. 18 and 19 showed ...Taipei Times Online, 3 weeks ago Brazilian World Cup pessimism grows Special Broadcasting Service, 3 weeks ago Football: Brazilian World Cup pessimism grows Farming, 3 weeks ago
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World Bulletin / News Desk Only 46 percent of Brazilians are positive about the upcoming FIFA World Cup, a new poll by Datafolha published on Monday has shown. Some 2,091 Brazilians across the country were asked about their expectations towards ...World Bulletin, 3 weeks ago Fewer Than Half of Brazilians Positive on World Cup, Poll Shows Bloomberg, 3 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, 1 month ago
SAO PAULO: With Brazil's economy struggling, a scandal at its state-run oil company and nearly three-quarters of voters saying they want change from their government, President Dilma Rousseff looks vulnerable in her bid for re-election this October.The Gulf Today, 2 days ago Rousseff looks vulnerable, but so do her election rivals Oman Observer, 2 days ago An election race between flawed rivals Reuters, 3 days ago ANALYSIS-Brazil's Rousseff looks weak, but so do her election rivals AlertNet, 3 days ago
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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff lost support for her re-election bid in an Ibope poll released today, following other surveys over the past month that also showed her support eroding ahead of balloting in October. Rousseff's election support ...Bloomberg, 2 days ago
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