Brazilians Scarcely Know Cabinet Ministers Other Than Moro and Guedes

The Datafolha survey was conducted on July 4th and 5th and interviewed 2,860 people over the age of sixteen in 130 cities. The margin of error is two percentage points up or down.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Except for Justice Minister Sérgio Moro and Paulo Guedes, Minister of Economy, Jair Bolsonaro's government ministers remain scarcely known by Datafolha's respondents.

The former judge is recognized by 94 percent, and Guedes by 77 percent of the people surveyed.

Approximately two-thirds are unaware of Abraham Weintraub, the minister who took over the Education portfolio in April and who is only known by 31 percent of respondents.

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