24% of Brazilians approve of the Government of the President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, a percentage that constitutes the lowest approval index obtained by the president since he assumed the Presidency, according to a Datafolha survey.
The approval of Bolsonaro’s Executive fell six points since the last poll, carried out in March, when 30 % of the participants considered his management “good or excellent”.
Meanwhile, the work carried out with more than 2,000 face-to-face interviews between Tuesday and Wednesday shows that 44 % consider the Brazilian government to be “bad” while 45 % rate it as “terrible.”
The current government, which started in January 2019, is “regular” for 30 % of those surveyed, a percentage also higher than in March, when it stood at 24 %.
The survey was carried out within the framework of the investigation of the Senate to elucidate the responsibility of the Government in the uncontrolled expansion of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has left in Brazil more than 15.4 million cases and more than 428,000 deceased. Specifically, the purpose of the investigation is Bolsonaro’s denial of science and his administrative ineptitude.