Brazil Pulse - 95% of Brazilians Believe Brazil is Heading in the Wrong Direction - November 2017

The country is still heading in the wrong direction to 95% of Brazilians, repeating the result of previous months. This confidence decline in Brazil was trigged in January 2015 and stabilized at very high levels since then.

The author(s)

  • Danilo Cersosimo Ipsos Public Affairs, Brazil
  • Rupak Patitunda Ipsos Public Affairs, Brazil
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Evaluation

The President Michel Temer’s evaluation continues to be considered bad or very bad to most of the population. The percentage of negative evaluation dropped 1 percentage point (within the margin of error) vis-à-vis the previous month, now at 86%.

Confidence

Consumer Confidence plays a key role in the forecast of household spending, and, therefore, the time for the economy recovery. In November, it remained stagnant, at 72 points - as predicted, the confidence recovery will be very slow.

The author(s)

  • Danilo Cersosimo Ipsos Public Affairs, Brazil
  • Rupak Patitunda Ipsos Public Affairs, Brazil

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