RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The worst moment of the crisis caused by the coronavirus in the country has passed, according to 52 percent of the Brazilian population. The data is from the August XP/IPESPE survey, released on Monday, August 17th.
It is the first time in the survey that over half of the population say the worst is over. The result represented a sharp improvement in optimism compared to July, when 39 percent said the worst was over. The error margin is 3.2 percentage points plus or minus.
At the other end, the share of the population that . . .