CNT Poll: Bolsonaro approval rating falls to 32.9%; disapproval up to 35.5%

The poll conducted with 2002 people between February 18th and 20th, shows that the approval rating of both the Bolsonaro government, and the President himself have now fallen below the disapproval rating.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's conservative government under President Bolsonaro saw its approval rating slump to 32.9% in February, from 41.2% in October, according to a poll by transport confederation CNT disclosed on Monday, February 22th. In the poll the government's disapproval rating rose from 27% to 35%, higher than the approval rate for the first time since May 2020.

Bolsonaro's personal approval/disapproval rate, which is different from that of his administration, also reversed their positions. Last October, 52% approved of him and 43% disapproved. In February, 51% disapproved and only 43% approved.

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