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By Reuters

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The number of Brazilians rejecting the government of right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro continued to rise this month, according to an opinion poll released on Wednesday, underscoring his early struggles after easily winning an October election.

About 27 percent of those surveyed found the government doing a “bad” or “terrible” job, pollster Ibope said in the survey commissioned by industry group CNI. That’s up from 24 percent in an Ibope survey in March and from 11 percent in January.

The government’s “good/great” rating was 35 percent, little changed from 34 percent . . .

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