Wednesday 20th June, 2018
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A survey by the National Confederation of Transport (CNT) and the MDA Institute, released today (Feb. 15), found that 10.3% of the Brazilians heard regard President Michel Temer's administration as positive, compared to 44.1% who view it negatively. For 38.9%, the government is OK, and 6.7% did not answer or did not have an opinion.

In the poll published last October, 14.6% rated the government as positive, and 36.7% classified it as negative. "OK" amounted to 36.1%, and 12.6% of the respondents did not have an opinion.

Personal performance

On the president's personal performance, 24.4% were supportive, against 62.4% who disapproved of it. Approximately 13.2% could not utter an opinion.

The previous survey revealed a 31.7% approval rate, against the disapproval of 51.4%.

The survey released today was conducted from February 7 to 11, and heard 2,002 people across 138 municipalities in 25 states throughout the country, plus the Federal District. The margin of error is 2.2 percentage points, with a 95% level of reliability.

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