Yesterday (Oct. 10), pollster Datafolha released an opinion survey showing that Brazilian presidential hopeful Jair Bolsonaro, of the Social Liberal Party (PSL), has 49 percent of intended votes, while Fernando Haddad, of the Workers’ Party (PT), has 35 percent.
A total of 503 women suffered some sort of physical aggression every hour in 2016, a survey conducted by Datafolha and commissioned by the Forum on Public Safety found. The study, released today (Mar. 8), included face-to-face interviews across 130 Brazilian municipalities.
A poll by Datafolha found that 61% of respondents want the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff and 63% rated her administration as “poor” or “terrible”, 24% as “average”, and 13% as “excellent” or “good”.
President Dilma Rousseff's popularity levels continue to drop, according to Datafolha, a polling institute run under the same conglomerate as newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. A poll conducted on August 4 and 5 and released Thursday (Aug.