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Poll: Brazilians Support Snap Presidential Election

Six out of 10 Brazilians say a snap election could resolve the country’s political crisis, according to a poll released Tuesday. The IBOPE poll showed 62 percent of Brazilians want leftist leader Dilma Rousseff and Vice President Michel Temer to stand down so a new election can be held. Rousseff faces an impeachment process during one of the country’s worst recessions and a massive corruption scandal involving state-run oil firm Petrobras. But the Brazilian Congress would have to...

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