70% of Brazilians believe there is corruption in Bolsonaro’s government

On Saturday, another poll showed that a slight majority of Brazilians (54%) support Congress opening an impeachment trial against Jair Bolsonaro for crimes of accountability. The investigations against the president have only just begun, and their outcome is unknown.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Seventy percent of Brazilians believe that there is corruption in the government of President Jair Bolsonaro, the right-wing leader elected in 2018 with the promise to combat the diversion of public resources.

According to the survey by the Datafolha firm, while 70% of Brazilians consider that there is corruption in Bolsonaro's government, 23% believe there is not, and 7% claim not to know.

Datafolha, which interviewed 2,074 people over 16 years of age in different country regions on July 7 and 8, assures that its poll has a margin of error of two . . .

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