Rocinha, a shanty town in Rio de Janeiro
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Brazilian elections: Voting divided along class lines

The Brazilian presidential election is one of the most tightly fought for years

It is believed that the vote is divided along class lines.

However many voters are still undecided in the wake of negative campaigning.

The BBC's Wyre Davies reports from Rocinha, a shanty town in Rio de Janeiro.

  • 26 Oct 2014
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