– Not less than 72% of Brazilians answered Yes to the question if they would like to leave from Rio de Janeiro, if they had the chance, the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo (the”Folha de são Paulo”), citing data from polling company Datafolha (“Foglia date”).
Approximately 67% of the surveyed residents stated that they heard shots that sounded in the course of police operations to apprehend the criminals in one of the favelas – the poor areas of the city, in the framework of the fight against drug trafficking.
Almost 90% of citizens stated that it did not feel safe on the street at night, approximately 24% said that they have a friend or relative whose loved one has been the victim of a shooting criminals.
Also 74% of respondents assessed the activities of Luis Fernando Pezao as Governor of the state of Rio de Janeiro, as “bad” or “very bad” from the point of view of safety for living in it.
The survey was conducted last week among 812 people.