Deputy Pamela ilesils (PH), with 65%, leads the citizen’s approval. This is at least reflected in the new version of Kadem’s research published tonight. The entity’s methodology was interviewing 706 people from 186 municipalities, with 95% confidence. The covered period was from November 11 to 13.
Already entering the results, on the question, regardless of his political position, whether he approves of the work of this or that character, iSiles leads the approval with 65% of the preferences. The deputy was one of the legislators who promoted the second withdrawal of the pension fund and has already announced the possibility of a third withdrawal.
Giles is succeeded by the president of the Medical College, Izkija Ciches, which had the approval of 63% and the mayor of Las Condes, Joaquin Lavine, with 49%.
Lavin, with 21%, leads the perception of who would be the next president. After Lavigne is the mayor of Recoleta, Daniel Adagio with 9% and the mayor of Providence, Evelyn Matthey with 4%.
The research also reflects growing concerns about Covid infection. On October 30, 49% said they were worried, and in the current survey, 60% said they were afraid of being infected with the Coronavirus.
41% approve of the management of the authority against Coronavirus, but only 16% approve of the management of the Government in general. This is reflected in the fact that 72% do not approve of the leadership of President Sebastian Pinera, while 80% believe that the country’s economy is currently stagnant. Nevertheless, there was a slight increase from 42% to 45% in optimism about the country’s future.