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 . . .