Brazil: Survey Reflects 27% Drop in Public Approval of Dilma Administration After Protests

Posted on June 30, 2013 • Filed under: Brazil, Politics

Globo reported on June 29, 2013 that the public approval of the Dilma administration according to the Datafolha research survey stated that approval has dropped to 30%. Prior to the commencement of the protests nationwide, public approval was 57%. This drop is considered the largest since Dilma entered office. The survey also shows that the percentage of people who feel Dilma’s management of issues is poorly handled increased from 9% to 25%. The survey reflects public opinion to Dilma’s response to the current protests as well as the issue of inflation. Read Article

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