By Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The approval of president Jair Bolsonaro's government has once again decreased, and is the worst since the beginning of his term. This is what new Ibope research released on Thursday, June 27th, shows. The survey was commissioned by CNI (National Confederation of Industry).
The survey says that 32 percent of Brazilians rate the government as optimal or good. The study also states that 32 percent of the population said the management was bad or terrible. Another 32 percent said it was "regular" (so-so).
The survey was conducted between June 20th and . . .