President Jair Bolsonaro's disapproval grew over the past month, crystallizing an asymmetric polarization in the population amid Brazi's sanitary, economic and political crisis.
According to a Datafolha survey conducted on Monday (25) and Tuesday (26), 43% of Brazilians consider the government to be bad or very bad. Management record, this number was 38% in the previous survey, of April 27.
Two thousand sixty-nine adults were heard, with a margin of error of two percentage points. Bolsonaro's approval remains stable, the same 33% in both measurements. Those who find the government regular, potential pendulum voters in a polarized dispute have dropped from 26% to 22%.
Bolsonaro's disapproval ratings have increased since he took office.
Such radicalism is quite visible among the wealthiest, those who earn more than ten minimum wages. If before they were a mainstay of the president's approval, now they are among those who most reject him, with 49% of bad or very bad.
Translated by Kiratiana Freelon