The December issue of Public Opinion – issue 27 (3) – features 12 articles, with widely varied themes: financing of political parties, Labor Reform, PSDB-SP, Twitter and the elections in Colombia, arms control, the reactivation of right, representations about Brazil by the US think tanks, Marcelo Caetano, HGPE and the 2018 election, who the parliamentarians represent, fear of crime and ideological classification of the parties.
1º Monize Arquer Fernandes
2º Talita São Thiago Tanscheit
3º Valéria Cabreira Cabrera
4º Thaís Cavalcante Martins
The Center for Studies on Public Opinion—better known by its Portuguese acronym CESOP—is a center for interdisciplinary research established at the State University of Campinas since 1992. Its central objective is the development of scientific research in the field of political and social behavior; in this sense, the CESOP seeks both to consolidate a structure for organization, consultation, and dissemination of survey data, and to promote combined initiatives in teaching, research, and human resources training in this area.