Peruvian President Ollanta Humala has seen a slight drop in approval ratings, according to the latest poll, carried out by CPI.
The poll, cited by local radio RPP, found that Humala had an approval rating of 44.7 percent, nationwide.
The figure represents a 3.6-point drop in approval since August.
Meanwhile, the poll found that 47.8 percent of those surveyed disapproved of the president.
Among those surveyed, 23.6 percent highlighted Humala’s social programs, and 6.3 percent highlighted the country’s economic stability.
However, 33.2 percent said Humala should focus on fighting crime, and 10.1 percent said they the president’s biggest flaw was “not keeping his promises,” RPP reported.
>Furthermore, 87.8 percent of respondents said the >controversy surrounding Alexis Humala – the president’s brother – had hurt his image.
According to the latest poll, carried out by CPI, Humala had an approval rating of 44.7 percent, nationwide in September.