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The numbers behind Brazil's widespread frustration

5 June 2014 Last updated at 00:03 BST

The world may be eagerly waiting for the World Cup to begin, but discontent rules on the streets of Brazil.

A new survey by the Pew Research Center found that a vast majority of Brazilians are not satisfied with their country's direction.

Their grievances are nothing new, but Pew Research found some of the highest levels of frustration in recent years.

As for the World Cup, the survey found that the views of Brazilians are mixed - some think it will help the economy while others fear the tournament is diverting resources.

The BBC's David Botti takes a look through what the survey found.

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