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López Obrador’s approval rises to 58% after a month of the campaigns

López Obrador’s approval rises to 58% after a month of the campaigns

The approval of the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, It rose two percentage points to 58% of citizens in the El Financiero newspaper survey published this Tuesday after a month of the start of the presidential campaigns.

In the measurement made in March, the president’s approval is higher than in February (56%), while a 41% failed the head of the federal Executive, a percentage lower than 43% of the previous month.

Despite the general popularity, almost 7 out of 10 Mexicans, the 68%disapprove of his management of public security, with a positive assessment of the twenty%.

Meanwhile, the 42% cross out “very bad/bad” his management of the economy, and only the 28% sees it “very good/good.”

In the fight against corruption, the president’s main crusade, 43% negatively evaluates his work and 41% in a positive way.

Its best evaluated area is social support, backed by the 57% of the population and disapproved of by the 26%.

The survey highlights that, heading into the presidential elections on June 2, the 46% of the electorate sees insecurity as “the main problem” of the country, the 24% considers that it is the economy and unemployment, and the 6% the corruption.

The study is published after the start of the presidential campaigns on March 1 and two months before the elections, when 97 million voters are called to renew the presidency, Congress and nine state governments.

El Financiero released a survey on Monday in which the ruling party’s presidential candidate, Claudia Sheinbaum, leads with the 51% of preferences, while the opposition Xóchitl Gálvez captures the 3. 4% and Jorge Álvarez Máynez the 7%.

The survey published this Tuesday, which has a confidence level of 95% and a margin of error of 2.8%was made to 1,200 adults with telephone calls on March 9, 10, 15, 16, 21 and 23.

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Source: Gestion

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