While some might think media is innofensive, it in fact manipulates its audience and is responsible for creating and disseminating points of view. For being able to impact people’s thoughts in this way, media, especially television, may be considered one of the most effective tools to present political positioning and to argue in favor of or against a single group’s interests, for example, the country’s government. Although some people might argue that they are not influenced by what they watch on TV, it has been shown by Datafolha surveys that since one of the main TV broadcasters in Brazil began to argue in favor of the government’s attitudes and show propaganda of the good deeds it has promoted, the population’s level of approval also increased. Furthermore, celebrities supporting the government can also be considered a manipulated influence since many people idolize them and want to behave in the same way they do. Therefore, it is clear how government can use media to manipulate people's opinion, mainly with respect to its approval. The question is: is this manipulation worth in comparison to the disapproval of the non-manipulated parcel of the population?