Lima: Survey shows decreased support for Villaran recall

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Support for the recall referendum against Mayor Susana Villaran, of Lima, has seen a slight decrease in the past month, El Comercio reported.

According to a recent survey carried out by Datum International, 51 percent back the recall against Villaran, a 6 point decrease from last month.

Meanwhile, 37 percent of respondents said they would not support the recall against Villaran.

Among those who said they would vote to remove Villaran from office, 26 percent said they thought the mayor had not carried out enough public works, and 10 percent said Villaran failed to deliver on campaign promises.

Among those who said they supported Villaran, 26 percent said the mayor should finish her term, 12 percent said the city would lose money on the referendum, and 18 percent said they didn’t want public works to be suspended.

The survey, quoted in El Comercio, said that 84 percent of respondents have already made up their mind about the referendum, which will be held on March 17.

Support for the recall referendum against Mayor Susana Villaran, of Lima, has seen a slight decrease in the past month, El Comercio reported.

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