Eighty-six Percent of Brazilians Are Against Mining in Indigenous Lands

The research by Datafolha was commissioned by the Instituto Socioambiental (Socio-Environmental Institute - ISA) and carried out from June 4th to 6th in all regions of Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Eighty-six percent of Brazilians are opposed to the influx of mining companies to explore indigenous lands, according to a Datafolha survey published this Friday, August 2nd.

Should the government allow the entry of mining companies to exploit indigenous lands . . .

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