Peruvian President Ollanta Humala saw an increase in approval ratings this month, according to a recent poll conducted by Ipsos Apoyo.
Humala’s approval rating, the poll found, climbed to 53 percent in January, a 5 point increase since December, state news agency Andina reported.
Among those who said they supported Humala’s work, 49 percent cited the president’s work in “benefiting the country’s neediest sectors,”; 39 percent cited his work in “improving the country’s situation,” and 31 precent cited his efforts to eradicate corruption and the work he has done to improve education.
Meanwhile the poll found that 38 percent of Peruvians disapproved of the president, Andina reported.
The poll, published by El Comercio, was carried out between January 15 and 18, and surveyed 1,214 people in the Peruvian capital.
Earlier this month, a CPI poll said the president saw a >5.4 point increase in December.
Peruvian President Ollanta Humala saw an increase in approval ratings this month, climbing to 53 percent, according to a poll carried out by Ipsos Apoyo.