Datafolha Poll: Despite Over 105,000 Deaths, Bolsonaro Achieves His Best Rating

In the latest survey, the President's approval rate rose to 37 percent and his rejection dropped ten points to 34 percent.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While Brazil bitterly loses over 105,000 lives and is the country with the second-highest number of deaths and infections from the novel coronavirus (3.2 million), President Jair Bolsonaro  has achieved the best assessment in his mandate.

According to the Datafolha survey released on Friday, August 15th, the number of Brazilians who consider the government excellent or good has grown since June, from 32 to 37 percent. However, the drop in the rate of those who consider the administration bad or terrible was more pronounced: it fell from 44 to 34 percent - similar to . . .

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