According to a survey carried out by BTG Pactual and FSB Pesquisa, 62% of Brazilians believe that the country is in an economic crisis, with difficulties in recovery. On the other hand, 32% believe that Brazil is managing to overcome the moment and 5% think that the economy is going through a good moment.
Also according to the document, in terms of “blame”, two out of five voters believe that the current government is primarily responsible for the economic crisis.
The pandemic follows, with 25%, past governments, 21%, and the international situation, 8%.
In terms of expectations, there is a certain pessimism on the part of the interviewees. 60% believe that inflation and the cost of living should increase in the next six months (20% think they will increase a lot and 40% believe they will increase); 43% believe that late payment of bills will increase (13% will increase a lot and 30% will increase) and 36% think that unemployment will get worse (9% will increase a lot and 27% will increase).
The survey “What the Brazilian voter thinks (round 2)” was carried out via telephone, between the 22nd and 24th of April of this year, with 2,000 voters.
The methodology for the questions used in this research was “stimulated and unique”.
The confidence level is 95%, with a margin of error of 2 percentage points.
Registration with the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) is BR-04676/2022.