RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Datafolha survey on municipal succession also pointed to the disastrous administration of Marcelo Crivella. In October 2017, the mayor's administration was considered bad or terrible by 40 percent of respondents.
This percentage rose to 61 percent in March 2018. In the current survey, 72 percent negatively evaluated the administration, points out the report by Ítalo Nogueira.
A licensed bishop of the Universal Church, the mayor also has his administration rejected by the majority of evangelicals, although at a lower level. In this group, 56 percent evaluate the municipal government as bad or very bad . . .