Search PoderData This week’s contract (June 21-23, 2021) shows that most Brazilians consider the federal government to be the main responsible for the arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine in Brazil. President Jair Bolsonaro was cited by 32%. Another 21% refer to the Ministry of Health.
The picture showed a significant change compared to the beginning of February. At that time, 27% of respondents referred to the Governor of São Paulo, João Doria, while 25% referred to the Ministry of Health and 22% to the President of the Republic. Today, 17% said Doreya is responsible for the vaccine’s arrival, down 10 percentage points.
Currently, 3 vaccines are applied in Brazil: AstraZeneca / Oxford, produced by Fiocruz CoronaVac, produced by the Butantan Institute, in São Paulo; and Pfizer, imported. In a live broadcast on Thursday (24 June), President Jair Bolsonaro questioned the performance of CoronaVac, which is usually associated with Joao Doria.
This survey was conducted from June 21-23, 2021 by PoderDataDepartment of Statistical Studies Powder 360. The questionnaire was disclosed in partnership with the editorial group Girl Guides.
There were 2,500 interviews in 445 municipalities in 27 units of the union. Margin of error is 2 percentage points, more or less. Learn more about the methodology by reading this text.
To arrive at 2,500 interviews that proportionally fill (as they appear in the community) groups by gender, age, income, education, and geographic location, PoderData He makes tens of thousands of phone calls. Frequently, more than 100,000 calls are found until the interviewees are found to faithfully represent the population as a whole.
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Those who agree with Jair Bolsonaro’s government tend to blame him for the arrival of vaccines, but Joao Doria has lost space even in the opposition. Only 5% of those evaluating the president attribute vaccine access to the governor; Among those who fail, the rate is 25% — compared to 37% who attribute the immunization factor to Bolsonaro or the Ministry of Health.
The study also highlighted reductions by gender, age, region, education and income for answers to the question about Brazilians’ perception of the covid-19 vaccine in Brazil.
Report prepared by intern Natalia Bosco under the supervision of editor Carlos Lins.