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Economy is key in Brazil's presidential runoff, voters say
Economy is key in Brazil's presidential runoff, voters say

When Karina Gonzaga thinks about whom she'll vote for in Sunday's presidential runoff election, she doesn't care that Brazil's long economic boom has suffered a downturn or that President Dilma Rousseff's center-left Workers' Party has already been in power for 12 years. All she thinks about is how things were before Rousseff's party took over. "I'd never think of voting [for] anyone but Dilma. And it's not just because I received help when I was unemployed, or that one of her programs allowed me to do a professional course," says Gonzaga, 35, a cook in this small town in Brazil's relatively poor northeastern region that forms...

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