Fearing government is reproached for 39% Brazilian; 14% approve

The survey was conducted in September by the National Confederation of Industry / Ibope.
04/10/2016 10h39 - Updated 4/10/2016 10h39
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The government of President Michel Temer was rated as poor or very poor by 39% Brazilian respondents in the CNI / Ibope survey, In September. The percentage of people who consider regular Michel Temer government is 34% and those rated as excellent or good add 14%. Others 12% They do not know or did not answer. The survey was released today (3) by the National Industry Confederation (CNI).

The latest CNI / Ibope, held in June, yet assessed the interim government of Temer after little more than a month management. The interim government was considered poor or very poor by 39% of the population, excellent or good by 13% and regulate 36%. Among those who do not know or did not answer the percentage was 13%.

Among respondents, 28% They approve of the way President Temer rule and 55% disapprove. In previous research these percentages were 31% e 53%, respectively. With regard to trust, 26% trust Temer President and 68% do not trust. In previous research, 27% expressed trust in the president and Temer 66% no.

In the latest CNI / Ibope that evaluated the then government of President Dilma Rousseff, in March, 69% of respondents considered the government of poor or very poor PT.

The research was done between days 20 e 25 September with 2.002 people 143 counties. The margin of error is two percentage points more or less.

Source: Agency Brazil


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