Poll: Bolsonaro Approval Reaches 39 Percent, Exceeds Rejection for First Time in 16 Months

The XP/IPESPE survey conducted 1,000 telephone interviews with voters from all regions of Brazil, between September 8th and 11th.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After a 16-month hiatus, the approval rating of President Jair Bolsonaro has once again exceeded disapproval. This is shown in a new round of an XP/IPESPE survey, conducted between September 8th and 11th.

According to the survey, 39 percent of voters rate the government as excellent or good, while 36 percent consider the current management bad or terrible. The three percentage points difference is within the maximum error margin of the survey, of 3.2 points.

This is the fifth successive poll that records an upward swing among those who rate the government positively . . .

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