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Only 14 percent of Brazilians back Temer

Just 14 percent of Brazilians approve of new President Michel Temer's government, a poll showed Tuesday. The Ibope poll found that 39 percent of Brazilians think the government is terrible and 34 percent consider it acceptable. Only 14 percent called Temer's government good. It was the first poll on Temer's approval ratings since he took over as president in August following impeachment proceedings to remove Dilma Rousseff from office.
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