By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – An opinion poll carried out by Datafolha has shown an eight-point drop in approval for Brazilian President Rousseff, the first major fall in popularity suffered by the president since taking office. The proportion of people answering “good” or “excellent” slumped from 65 percent in March this year - the highest so far recorded for Rousseff - to 57 percent at the beginning of June.
Some 3,758 people from across Brazil took part in the survey, and the president fell in the estimation of every group – among both men and women . . .