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Poll: 60% of Brazilians object to the privatization of the new government

China News, January 8th, South American Overseas Chinese News Network said that a survey conducted by Brazilian polling agency Datafolha showed that despite the new president Jair Bolsonaro, Sao Paulo State Governor João Dória and Minas Gerais Governor Romeu Zema both promoted the privatization of state-owned capital, but 60% of respondents still Express opposition.

The report stated that during the 2018 election, privatization became the subject of discussion at the time. The topic was last elected as an election issue in 1989, and during the Brazilian Labor Party (PT) during the administration (2003-2016), privatization was never a topic.

According to the survey data, 34% of respondents expressed support for the government to implement the privatization policy and sell state-owned enterprises as much as possible to the private sector. In addition, 5% of the respondents did not explicitly express their views on this, and the remaining 1% remained neutral.

Now, only in the members of the Social Liberal Party (PSL) in Borsonaro, the support rate of privatization of state-owned enterprises will be higher than the average level, reaching 65%; due to the former leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSDB) Fernando · Fernando Henrique Cardoso has carried out the privatization process during the presidency (1995-2002), so 41% of the party members support the new policy; and in the opposition party labor party Among the members, the new policy has a support rate of only 29%.

The polling agency noted that the new policy has the highest support among male groups, highly educated groups, and groups living in northern and central and western regions of Brazil.

The polling agency also pointed out that the new policy has the lowest support rate among female groups, those with only secondary education, and the poor living in the south and northeast.

It is reported that this survey involves 2,077 people in 130 cities in Brazil. The error range of the statistical survey results is no more than 2 percentage points.

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