.- According to a recent poll carried out by the Sensus firm at the request of the National Confederation of Transportation in Brazil, the overwhelming majority of Brazilians oppose the legalization of abortion and the death penalty.
Carried out January 25-29 and published on February 1, the poll reveals that 73.5 percent of the country is against the legalization of abortion.
“Despite the pro-abortion lobby,” the report explains, the poll confirms “that Brazil does not want abortion to be legal in the country.”
Likewise, the poll shows that 55.2 percent of Brazilians oppose the death penalty, with 41.2 percent in favor. Those percentages have remained more or less unchanged over the past ten years.