Doria Rejected by 55 Percent of São Paulo’s Citizens, According to Survey

The governor's poor rating does not reflect on the Mayor of São Paulo, where Approval stands at 52.5 percent against 44.2 percent disapproval.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Governor of São Paulo, João Doria, is facing great resistance from the São Paulo electorate. According to a survey conducted by the Paraná Research Institute, Doria's government is rated as excellent or good by 23.8 percent of São Paulo's citizens, but as bad or terrible by 39.8 percent. The disapproval of the Bandeirantes Palace's administration stands at 55 percent, while 41.6 percent say they approve of the state government The survey's error margin is three percentage points, plus or minus.

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