Poll: Over Half of Brazilians Say Bolsonaro Not to Blame for Covid Deaths

Although the majority of the population absolves Bolsonaro, a leader who has always denied the severity of the health crisis, 42% of respondents described the head of state's role in the pandemic as "bad or terrible".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - More than half the population considers President Jair Bolsonaro not accountable for the deaths in Brazil due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a survey released by Datafolha Institute.

The survey showed that 52% of respondents said that Bolsonaro "is not to blame" for the deaths in the country due to the health crisis, compared to 47% who thought so in late August.

On the other hand, 38% of respondents believe that the President is "one of the culprits", but not the main one, while 8% consider him the "main culprit" of the deaths, according . . .

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