Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's approval rate has fallen to a new low of 29 percent, according to a survey published on Friday.
According to the survey conducted by pollster Ibope and commissioned by the National Industry Confederation, 38 percent of interviewees considered Bolsonaro's government bad or very bad, while 31 percent regarded it as regular and 3 percent were undecided.
In the previous survey published in September, Bolsonaro's approval was slightly higher: 31 percent of interviewees found Bolsonaro's government good or very good, 32 percent found it regular, and 34 percent found it bad or very bad. Three percent were undecided.
Bolsonaro's approval has been falling steadily since the beginning of his administration in January. In the first poll of his government in April, the approval rate was 35 percent, while disapproval was 27 percent.
The latest Ibope poll was carried out on Dec. 5-8, involving 2,000 interviewees from 127 towns across Brazil.