Survey: 73 percent of Brazilians Unhappy with Economic Measures Against Virus

The general perception is that states have contributed more to fighting the spread of the virus. Municipalities rank second.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The economic measures hitherto announced by the government to mitigate the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil have left 73 percent of respondents unhappy, according to a survey conducted by the FSB Institute in partnership with BTG Pactual.

The survey 'Brazilians and the Coronavirus: Insights into the pandemic and its economic impacts' interviewed 2,132 voters aged 16 and over from all parts of Brazil on March 26th and 27th, by telephone. The error margin is two percentage points, with a 95 percent reliability range.

Of the total number of respondents, 69 percent were aware . . .

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