Most Brazilian voters want Michel Temer’s exit from the government, according to a national survey by DataPower360. Faced with the revelation of the content of the JBS’s allegation, the resignation or annulment of the president is the desire of 79% of the interviewees. Only 12% think that Temer should continue in office because they consider that there is no concrete evidence against the president.
The DataPoder360 survey was conducted from June 17 to 19, 2017. A total of 2,096 Brazilians and Brazilians aged 16 years and over were interviewed in 217 municipalities. The margin of error is three percentage points more or less.
Rejection to government increases
President Michel Temer is rejected by 75% of Brazilians. Only 2% consider government positive. This percentage represents a significant increase compared to May, when Temer had a 65% negative rating, according to DataPower360, the research division of Poder360.