Michel Temer disapproval reaches 94% among the Brazilian population

According to the Pulso Brasil survey, 95% of Brazilians think that the country is going on the wrong way

Michel Temer and Aécio Neves are the less popular politicians according to the Ipsos / Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom / Agência Brasil survey.
Data from the Pulso Brasil poll published on Tuesday 25 point to the Brazilian people’s dissatisfaction with the coup government of Michel Temer of the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB). The study is made monthly by the opinion and market survey firm Ipsos Public Affairs.

The analysis shows that 94% of the population disapproves the management of Temer and 95% believe that the country is going in a wrong direction. The survey interviewed 1200 people in 72 Brazilian municipalities in all regions of the country.
The government of Michel Temer appears to be the worst evaluated with an initial rejection rate of 85% since the Ipsos surveys started.

“The analysis confirms the high rates of disapproval of the federal government and President Michel Temer. The picture tends to persist in the coming months after the increase in taxes and fuel prices, “said Danilo Cersosimo, director of Ipsos Public Affairs, responsible for the Pulso Brasil survey.
According to “Political Barometer”analysis that gathered people´s opinion about the performance of a particular public or political personality, Michel Temer received a 94 % disapproval and the total approval of thirty-two people, who represent 3% of the interviewees.

The second place in the failure rating gone to the former congressman associated with Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment, Eduardo Cunha, also a member of PMDB. Cunha is now sentenced to 15 years and imprisoned for corruption.

Third place is for Senator Aécio Neves, from the Brazilian Social Democracy Party, who won 3% of approval against 90% of disapproval.



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