Datafolha Poll: 58 Percent of Brazilians Find Moro’s Messages Inappropriate

Nevertheless, 55 percent of respondents did not agree that the former Lava Jato judge should step down from his current position as Minister of Justice.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A survey conducted by Datafolha and published this Saturday, July 6th, shows that 58 percent of Brazilians considered inappropriate the leaked conversations held between Sérgio Moro, then judge of Operation Lava Jato, and Task Force prosecutors, in particular, its coordinator, Deltan Dallagnol.

Conversely, 31 percent viewed the messages as appropriate. People with no opinion represent 11 percent of those interviewed.

However, 55 percent of those interviewed do not believe that . . .

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