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      Escândalos e voto: as eleições presidenciais brasileiras de 2006

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          O artigo mostra o impacto dos escândalos de corrupção sobre o voto do eleitor brasileiro na eleição presidencial de 2006. A pergunta central é se aqueles que consideraram a corrupção como principal problema deixaram de votar em Lula. O artigo avalia se e como os componentes retrospectivo, ideológico e partidário influem no voto bem como o impacto de fenômenos circunstanciais sobre ele. Os dados mostram que as percepções sobre a corrupção têm um peso maior na escolha de candidatos de partidos políticos vizinhos no espectro ideológico brasileiro e peso menor na escolha de candidatos de coalizões partidárias muito distantes neste espectro. Assim, na escolha de voto entre Lula e Alckmin, fatores como percepções sobre a economia, avaliação do governo Lula e certo componente partidário foram mais importantes e serviram de escudos para proteger Lula das acusações de corrupção no cenário da reeleição.

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          The article shows the impact of corruption scandals on the Brazilian voter’s choice in the 2006 Presidential election and it analyses if those individuals who have considered corruption the main Brazilian problem also did not vote for Lula. The article evaluates if and how the retrospective, ideological and partisan elements have influence on voting, as well as the circumstantial phenomena. Data shows that perceptions about corruption have more impact on the choice for candidates of political parties ideologically neighbors and have less impact on the choice for candidates of ideologically distant political parties. Therefore, the voter’s perceptions about economy, the Lula’s government performance and some partisan aspect were more important for the choice for President and have protected the candidate from the corruption’s accusations.

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                Journal
                op
                Opinião Pública
                Opin. Publica
                Centro de Estudos de Opiniao Publica da Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Campinas )
                1807-0191
                November 2007
                : 13
                : 2
                : 260-282
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Universidade de Brasília Brazil
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                S0104-62762007000200002
                10.1590/S0104-62762007000200002
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                COMMUNICATION
                POLITICAL SCIENCE

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