RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Disapproval of President Jair Bolsonaro's government is at the worst point since he took office in January 2019.
Brazilians who rate the administration as bad or terrible account for 50%. This level has been maintained for two months, fluctuating only within the error margin, which is 3 percentage points plus or minus.
People rating the government as excellent or good total 24%, and those who consider it average total 22%.
The positive rating dropped even within the group considered to be the president's "stronghold": the evangelicals. In January this year, among those who declared . . .