The March round of the XP / Ipespe survey shows continuity in the trajectory of increasing disapproval of President Jair Bolsonaro's management. The group of those who consider the administration bad or terrible grew 3 percentage points, going from 42% to 45% – the trend of high has been registered since October of last year, when the negative evaluations were at 31%. Those who consider government to be excellent or good fluctuated from 31% to 30%.
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The change coincides with the worsening in the perception of the president's performance in the face of the coronavirus pandemic (the negative evaluation in this specific area jumped from 53% to 61%) and with an increase in the perception of risk about the disease (the portion that says he is with much fear of the outbreak grew ten percentage points, from 39% to 49%). The share that believes that the country's economy is going in the wrong direction has also been expanded (63% in March against 57% in February). respondents said they had already taken the vaccine, and the proportion of those who say they are certainly not going to get vaccinated has dropped from 11% in January to 6% now.
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800 nationwide interviews were held on March 9, 10 and 11. The margin of error is 3.5 percentage points.
The first XP / Ipespe poll since the decision of the Supreme Federal Court that returned former President Lula to eligibility shows a stiffening in the 2022 presidential dispute. stimulated scenario. Following are Sergio Moro (10%), Ciro Gomes (9%) and Luciano Huck (6%). Other candidates together score 10%. In an eventual second round between the two, Bolsonaro would have 41% and Lula, 40%.
In the other runoff simulations, Bolsonaro appears ahead of Fernando Haddad (40% to 36%), Luciano Huck (37% to 32%), Ciro Gomes (39% to 37%), Guilherme Boulos (40% 30%) and João Doria (39% to 29%) – but numerically behind Sergio Moro (31% to 34%). In the spontaneous survey, when candidates are not presented to the interviewees, Bolsonaro went from 21% to 25% and Lula, from 5% to 17%. When asked about the next president, 52% say they prefer to vote for a candidate who “totally changes the way Brazil is being managed”. Another 29% say they prefer someone who “changes a little”, 15% “who continues the current form”. Just click here if you are already an investorThe post XP / Ipespe: Bolsonaro's disapproval increases and Lula's strength appeared first in 1 Billion Financial Education.