RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Approval of Jair Bolsonaro's government has remained stable, his disapproval has dropped and, had the elections been held today, the president would have taken the lead in all scenarios. This is shown in a survey conducted by the consultancy Atlas Político between February 7th and 9th.
Bolsonaro and Lula fight for first place with, respectively, 32 and 28 percent of voter intentions. Moro, who has denied any intention to dispute the presidency as a rival of the current president, trails close behind at 20 percent, followed by TV presenter Huck (six percent), Maranhão . . .