Two months before Brazil's elections, President Jair Bolsonaro's approval rating among the poorest voters has improved after he increased the Auxilio Brasil subsidy, and the trend continues upward, according to a survey released today by consulting firm Quaest.
The poll puts former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Workers' Party (PT, left) in first place with 44% of voting intentions versus 32% for Bolsonaro of the Liberal Party (PL, right).
The Quaest poll has a margin of error of two points for plus and two points for minus.
Lula da Silva lost one point compared . . .