Survey shows 40% disapproval of the Uruguayan president | News
The president of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, has a 42 percent disapproval this month, according to what was revealed on Thursday by the most recent survey by Usina de Percepción Ciudadana (UPC).
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The percentage of disapproval in September was the same as that registered in June, while the level of approval fell one point to register 37 percent in the survey carried out between the 16th and 19th of this month.
On the other hand, the approval levels rise in a parallel way in the groups with greater economic solvency. 25 percent of those surveyed with the lowest incomes approve of the management, meanwhile, 37 percent in favor of the middle class and 47 percent in the upper class are reported.
However, the highest level of disapproval was concentrated in middle-income people with 47 percent. Likewise, the most vulnerable disapprove of the administration by 40 percent and the wealthiest by 38 percent.
In terms of geographic location, the rate of disapproval of the current president is higher in the capital with 47 percent compared to the interior regions that register 37 percent.
On the other hand, taking into account the 2019 elections, the Broad Front voters disapprove of the administration by 77 percent while reporting a low level of approval with only 2 percent.
In contrast, supporters of the Multicolor coalition approve the administration of the leader of the National Party by 81 percent, while 10 percent disapprove.
The applied study had a representative sample of 400 people selected taking into account gender and age from the projections of the National Institute of Statistics.