Latin Americans will vote for nine new presidents in two years, along with more than 2,900 legislators.
The region is having a hard time warming up to the U.S. president, but still prefers the United States over the EU or China.
Even with half the online population, Brazil added more mobile social media users in 2016 than the United States did.
A global protectionist tone means less foreign investment in emerging markets, but it’s not all bad news for the region.
Two-thirds of Latin Americans think corruption is up, and a third pay bribes themselves.