For the first time, a majority in Brazil defends Bolsonaro’s impeachment -poll

The president's situation is uncomfortable. And the same is true for the country as a whole. The left has officially thrown the gauntlet, and unrest is feared because of the combative attitude of Bolsonaro and his supporters, who have already verbally positioned themselves against 'the leftist plot against him'.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For the first time since the Datafolha Institute began asking Brazilians about the topic in April 2020, most respondents say they favor the opening of impeachment proceedings against the President Jair Bolsonaro (no party).

A total of 2,074 people over the age of 16 were interviewed nationwide on July 7 and 8. 54% favor the action by the House of Representatives, while 42% are against the initiative. The margin of error is two percentage points higher or lower.

In the previous round, held on May 11 and 12, those favoring the ban had outnumbered those . . .

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