Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s approval rating has risen by up to 45 percent despite managing the coronavirus pandemic in the world’s second most affected country, with 3 million cases and around 100,000 deaths.
Despite the situation the country finds itself in and the harsh national and international criticism of Bolsonaro, who has also signed COVID-19, and his government, the president continues to have a large number of loyal supporters, according to the results. from a survey by PoderData.
The high death toll and skepticism from the president who called the coronavirus a “minor flu” in March have not resulted in a decline in support and approval for Bolsonaro.
The head of state has also succeeded in ensuring that the criticism of the economic crisis, the deforestation of the Amazon and the pandemic do not lead to a hit at the political level. His critics, on the other hand, have avoided taking to the streets to protest against government management for fear of infection.