President Ollanta Humala’s approval rating had a slight decrease this month, according to a recent poll conducted by Ipsos Peru, and quoted in El Comercio.
Humala’s approval rating, the poll found, fell to 53 percent this month, a 1 point fall since February.
According to Ipsos survey, 38 percent of respondents said they disapproved of the Humala administration.
Among those who supported Humala’s work, 58 percent said they felt the president was working on “programs to benefit the most poor,” and 35 percent said they felt Humala was “working to improve the country.” Among those who opposed the president’s administration, 68 percent said Humala “has not kept his promises.”
Meanwhile, First Lady Nadine Heredia saw a slight increase in her approval rating, with 61 percent, one point higher than in February.
The survey, carried out between March 20 and 22, polled 1210 people nationwide, and has a 2.7 percent margin error, the daily said.
According to the latest Ipsos Peru survey, Humala’s approval rating fell to 53 percent this month, a 1 point fall since February.