Friday, April 1, 2011

Brazil .- Dilma Rousseff has the approval of 73% of Brazilians, according to a survey

BRASILIA, April 1. The management of the president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, has the approval of 73 percent of the population, when there is little to fulfill its first hundred days in power, according to a poll released Friday by the company Ibope on request National Confederation of Industry. 74 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Rousseff feel.

The rejection of the first woman to assume the presidency of Brazil is only 12 percent. Policies on employment, environment, education and poverty reduction were approved by the citizens, while the tax and health strategies have been rejected, the survey notes. This high level of popularity has been surpassed only by the former president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, whose popularity the early days of government reached 75 percent.

Ibope asked respondents Rousseff management compare with that of Lula and 64 percent believe it is the same, 12 percent believe it is better, while 13 percent think the current government is worse. For 14 percent of respondents, Rousseff has a governing style very different from its predecessor and 40 percent believe it is a little different, but 39 percent think there is no difference, reported the official Agencia Brasil .

The survey of 2,002 people participated Ibope in 141 municipalities. The margin of error is plus or minus two percentage points.

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