Only 10.3 percent of respondents, in a poll released Wednesday, consider Brazilian President Michel Temer’s administration as “positive,” down from 14.6 percent in a similar poll in October. The poll, conducted by the MDA organization for the National Transport Confederation (CNT), showed 44.1 percent considering the administration “negative,” up from 36.7 percent in October. A total of 38.9 percent considered the administration’s performance as “fair,” up slightly from 36.1 percent in October. The poll included 2,002 voting-age Brazilians. According to poll-takers, Brazilians are increasingly worried about the prevalence of corruption in government and the stagnation of Brazil’s economy. Crime and deteriorating public services are also major concerns.
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