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Marina [Brazilian GP Prez cand] Suprises But She’s No King (or Queen) Maker (via Andrew Downie’s Brazil Blog)

When you get that sort of response you never know if it is representative of the bigger picture. There could be any number of reasons one polling station or area or city supports a particular candidate and until that point there was no reason to believe the polls that gave Marina around 14 percent of the vote were substantially incorrect. Even though a lot of people said they supported her, it was hard for me to believe that she was really going to make an impact.

It was only when the results came in and she got 19 percent that I realized what I had seen was no fluke

Marina Suprises But She's No King (or Queen) Maker I wrote two stories today recapping and analysing the weekend election results. One piece appeared in Time magazine, which is basically a short analysis of what we can expect in the second round. And this one in the Christian Science Monitor is a straighter report of the weekend’s winners and losers. The big surprise of course was the performance of Green Party candidate Marina Silva. I spoke to a number of people outside a polling station in Bra … Read More

via Andrew Downie's Brazil Blog

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