President Martín Vizcarra has started his government with 55% approval, and his Cabinet 49%, according to Gestión. In addition, they inform that 70% of the population has the belief that this will be a very different government, compared to Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s (PPK).
They outline the difference between Vizcarra’s start as President and his predecessor Pedro Pablo Kuczynski during his last few months as Head of State. “The disapproval of PPK’s management has always exceeded the approval since December 2016”, they explained, even considering the fact that he began in August of 2016 with 61% of support.
This information comes from Pulso Perú survey, that confirms that Vizcarra’s support from the northern region of the country is precisely where Kuczynski had the lowest popularity.
“It was the north, in addition, the first place that the President visited a few days after taking office.”, Gestión reminds their readers.
As for the current lowest approval for Vizcarra, Pulso Perú says it’s in the south with 46%, which is “striking”, according to Gestión, because the President is originally from this region and he also served as governor of Moquegua.
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