Only 22% of those questioned questioned whether the far-right president’s management was “good” or “very good.”
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Jair Bolsanaro banged in the election. According to a survey by Datafolha released on Thursday, September 16, the presidency of Brazil is at its lowest level in almost three years, with 22% in favor.
Only 22% of those questioned questioned the administration of the far-right president “Good” Where “Very good”, Against 24% in July, according to the first referendum released after major demonstrations on September 7 called by Jair Bolzano to promote his support.
The percentage of unfavorable comments rose to 53%, up from 51% in July and 45% in May, for this survey conducted by the benchmark agency among 3,667 people from 13 to 15 September.
The rejection rate is higher for black people (59%), 16- to 24-year-olds (59%) or homosexuals (61%), while the president gets the most positive feedback among evangelicals (29%) or business leaders (38%). .
Criticized for managing the Covit-19 epidemic that killed more than 588,000 people in Brazil, Jair Bolzano, who came to power in January 2019, has been holding unfavorable elections for months.
The economic situation in Brazil has also worsened, with an energy crisis caused by inflation and a historic drought.