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Brazil: Turn Down That Noise!

Campaigning in São Paulo continues on the streets a few days before the first round of voting.  But as the electorate make their minds up, new polls come out to help them decide whilewheeling and dealing takes place under the table between the frontrunners and the also rans.

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