The Brazilian dilemma: between disbelief in the present and hope for the future
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A research on public opinion carried out by FGV DAPP indicates that the dissatisfaction of Brazilians in the current context results in a generalized lack of trust in the president (83%), in politicians (78%) and in parties (78%), expressed in all regions and age and income brackets. Overall, we notice that Brazilians remain polarized in opposing perceptions and fields. However, there are some points in common: they do not dismiss the role of the State in solving the issue of social inequalities, as well as improving the economy an guaranteeing basic protection to the population, such as health, security and education, but they do not want its interference with other issues.