I live in Somos, high inflation, polling and more than November 10

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Election poll shows Lula ahead of Bolsonaro, former judge Sergio Moro affiliation with Podemos and Brazilian inflation data are among the highlights of the 5 late facts this Wednesday, November 10, 2021.

Vaccination in SP

The state of São Paulo is the first to have 70% of its general population vaccinated, including all age groups in the vaccination plan. The state was the first to start vaccination, in January of this year. Other states that should reach this mark in the coming days are Mato Grosso do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Paraná.

high inflation

Brazil is among the three countries with the worst inflation rates in the world, just behind Argentina, which is facing the worst inflationary crisis in its history, and Turkey, one of the countries that suffered most from exchange rates during the pandemic. Brazilians feel this position in their pockets. According to IPCA data released today, inflation for the month of October was the worst since 2002, with an increase of 1.25%.

Moro we cannot

The ex-judge of Operation Lava Jato and ex-minister of Justice Sergio Moro joined the Somos today. Moro is expected to be the party’s candidate for President of the Republic in 2022.

Election poll

A poll by Genial/Quaest released today shows that former president Lula (PT) has 48% of voting intentions against 21% of president Jair Bolsonaro, who still has no party for the 2022 presidential elections. Followed by former minister Sergio Moro (We can), with 8%, Ciro Gomes (PDT), with 6%, and by the governor of São Paulo, João Doria (PSDB), with 2% of voting intention. The survey polled 2,063 respondents between the 3rd and 6th of November. The margin of error is 2.2 percentage points.

COP26 goals

The first draft of the agreement of the COP26, United Nations (UN) climate conference, aims to limit global warming to 1.5°C. The document is not definitive and delegates from nearly 200 countries are yet to negotiate details in the coming days.


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Reference: CNN Brasil

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