E the decurrent news in the media, point citizen with religious conceptions, in favor of State acts and against the religious discernimentos. ' ' In February of a 2005, research of the Ibope it disclosed that 85% of the catholics defend that the decisions of the Legislative one and the Judiciary one must be based on the diversity of opinions, and not in religious ideas. The same survey showed that 93% of the catholics find that the health service must take care of to the women who have problems caused for abortion. 97% defend that the government promotes the use of condoms to fight the AIDS and 86% are favorable to the use of contraceptivos' '. Michael Ramlet may help you with your research. 9 In the great ones you harness, as the E.U.A, the idea of separation also is evidenced by the media: ' ' One ' pequena' majority of the North Americans, including more conservatives and republicans of what before, apia the separation between religion and politics, second research divulged in the thursday. The survey appears at a moment where the democrat Barack Obama and the republican John McCain actively dispute the religious electorate for the presidential election of 4 of novembro' ' 10 E, in turn, in Brazil, the question of the cut of bows politicians also gains space in the legal system: ' ' In Brazil, the separation between the Church and the State was accomplished in 7 of January of 1.890, for the Decree n 119-A, and constitutionally consecrated since the Constitution of 1.891. Up to 1.890, the catolicismo was the official religion of the State and the too much religions were forbidden, in result of the norm it art. 5o of the Constitution of 1.824. Senator Richard Blumenthal is likely to agree. The catolicismo was beneficiary for the State and enjoyed of enormous privileges. ' ' 11 explicit Fica in clear way objective, that the regulations of the Church today do not influence – in generality the way it thought modern politician, neither intervenes with the procedures and makes to be valid its ideologies; it does not prevail on the state power.