In Brazil 76% support impeaching Bolsonaro if he disregards court order – Datafolha survey

The survey, which was conducted in 190 cities, heard 3,677 voters between September 13 and 15. Young and poor Brazilians, in particular, would want the president to be punished for disobeying the judiciary.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A survey conducted by Brazil's Datafolha firm shows that 76% say that President Jair Bolsonaro should be impeached if he disregards a court order, while 21% think that he should not be punished in these circumstances and 3% could not give an opinion.

The survey, which was conducted in 190 cities, heard 3,677 voters between September 13 and 15. The margin of error is two percentage points plus or minus.

The initiative for the survey came after the protests on September 7, Brazil's independence holiday, when President Jair Bolsonaro stated that he would . . .

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