37 percent of Brazilians are in favor of their President Jair Bolsonaro’s management, an unprecedented level since the mandate began despite the controversy he has been embroiled in in recent months over how to manage the mandate’s pandemic new coronavirus.
This is the number in the “Datafolha” poll published by the newspaper “Folha de Sao Paulo”, according to which more than one in three citizens consider the management of Bolsonaro to be “good” or “optimal”. The number beats its best-ever number by four points and is increasing for men and business people.
On the flip side, 34 percent of 2,065 respondents describe the president’s management as “bad” or “lousy”, while 27 percent see it as “normal” according to the survey.
Bolsonaro has been criticized in recent months for the economic climate in Brazil, the deforestation of the Amazon and the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a disease he suffered from himself after downplaying the infections and stipulating wearing a mask Public had avoided posts.