RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Supreme Court's (STF) assessment is barely better than that of the National Congress. Datafolha's first survey aimed at measuring the population's perception of the Supreme Court shows this.
According to the survey, the STF's performance is poorly assessed by 39 percent of a total of 2,948 people interviewed between December 5th and 6th in 176 municipalities in all regions of the country.
This means that four out of ten Brazilians consider the Court's performance poor or terrible. The error margin is two percentage points higher or lower.
The STF . . .