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Brazilian President Lula’s third term in office has 41% citizen approval, according to survey

The government of Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, which began last January 1, has 41 percent approval among Brazilians, according to a survey by Inteligencia en Investigación y Consultoría Estratégica (Ipec) released by the Brazilian press.

According to the opinion poll released this Sunday by the news network O'Globo, after two and a half months in office, the level of citizen approval (41 percent) that the current government has is higher than the 34 percent that former president Jair Bolsonaro (2019-2022) had at the beginning of his term.

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