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August 18, 2010
Subsistence farmer Jose Ferreira do Carmen, 53, speaks to Reuters in the rural region of Estiva in the...
ESTIVA, Brazil
A subsistence farmer in the rural region of Estiva in Brazil speaks to Reuters about the upcoming presidential...
Subsistence farmer Jose Ferreira do Carmen, 53, speaks to Reuters in the rural region of Estiva in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais August 17, 2010. While polls indicate that most urban voters have made up their minds for Brazil's presidential elections, the story is different among the roughly 15% of Brazilians who live in rural areas. Here, spotty television access, lower literacy rates and sheer isolation have created perhaps the biggest pool of swing voters left for the October 3 election - although they, like the rest of the electorate, seem ready to break toward ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff. Picture taken August 17, 2010 REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS AGRICULTURE EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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