Fifty-Eight Percent of Brazilians Unable to Cite any Positive Measure by Bolsonaro

According to Datafolha's survey, when asked to quote a positive measure of Bolsonaro's government, 39 percent of the respondents replied that there was none and 19 percent responded that they didn't know.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Datafolha survey found that four out of ten Brazilians were unable to cite a measure by Jair Bolsonaro's government in the first six months of his administration. When asked about what the president had done best during this time, 39 percent of respondents replied: "nothing." Another 19 percent were unable to answer the question.

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