Sixty-four percent of Brazilians believe that the government of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who took office on Jan. 1, is on the right track, according to a survey by the Ipec institute published by the Globo television network, the most popular in the country.
According to the poll, 26 percent thought the government was on the wrong track, while another 9 percent chose not to answer or said they did not know.
Lula assumed the presidency of Brazil on Jan. 1 after winning the October elections with 50.9 percent of the votes against 49.1 . . .