Ipec research contracted by the newspaper “O Globo” and published in this sixth fair (9) shows that the approval of the government of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) fluctuated downwards. The plot of two voters who consider the management of the current president as “good” or “optimum” went from 39% to 37% in relation to April, within the margin of error of the survey, which is two percentage points up or down .
Já as appraisals ruim or péssima will increase from 26% to 28%. Those that we consider the current mandate of the PT as “regular” also increased, going from 30% to 32%. Both data are also within the margin of error considered by the research institute.
The Ipec research had a margin of error of two percentage points for more or less, within a confidence interval of 95% and interviewed 2,000 people in person between June 1 and 5.
Second or rising, the electorate that lives monthly on a minimum wage is the one that most approves of the Lula government (43%). However, this faixa also presented negative variation, once in April it was 53%.
The richest plot shows, with earnings above five minimum wages per month, or percentage that evaluates the current management as good and optimal passou from 30% to 36%.
The Ipec survey shows that 53% still approve of the way Lula is ruling, while 40% disapprove. In March, 57% say they approve of the job that the current executive chef manages the country.
goodbye to Lula
The Ipec research shows, furthermore, that among the electors of ex-president Jair Bolsonaro (PL), 8% consider the government of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) as optimal or good, and 33% as regular, resulting in an amount of 41% two supporters of Bolsonaro who do not see the management of the PT as negative.
A majority of this plot (56%), on the other hand, evaluates Lula’s third term as ruim or lousy.
Já among those who voted for Lula, 68% avaliam his government as optimal or good and 27% say they are regular. In this group, only 3% consider the current management as poor or very bad.
Either second or second, 19% of those who opted for Bolsonaro indicated they approved of Lula’s way of governing. And 16% say they trust the current president.
Another cut made by the Ipec investigation is related to the support of the Lula government among voters who voted blank or null in the second round of the elections. In this segment, those who expect to manage as poor or very bad are a minority (33%). A greater part of this population considers the government as regular (43%) and 17% appraises it as optimal or good.
On the other hand, the majority disapprove of the PT’s way of governing (47%) and do not trust the current president (64%).
Source: CNN Espanol