Brazil: positive evaluation of Bolsonaro government falls from 28% to 23% -Ipec survey

The proportion of Brazilians who thought the government was bad/terrible increased from 39% to 50%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The positive assessment of the government of President Jair Bolsonaro fell to 23%, according to a survey published Thursday by Intelligence in Research and Consulting (Ipec).

Those who think the government is excellent/good are down five percentage points from February, when 28% thought the government was good. However, the proportion who thought it was bad/terrible increased from 39% to 50%. The percentage rating it as fair declined from 31% in February to 26% in June.

The Ipec (formerly Ibope) survey was conducted between June 17 and 21 with 2,002 respondents in 141 communities . . .

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