President Martín Vizcarra’s Approval Rises To 61%


The national approval of the President of the Republic, Martín Vizcarra, rose in October to 61%, which represents an increase of 14 points in relation to the previous month, as observed in the latest Datum survey, said Andina News Agency.

According to the national survey, published in Peru21 and Gestión, the president’s approval increased from 47% to 61%, while the disapproval was reduced from 47% to 32%.

The approval of President Vizcarra is greater in the north of the country (65%) and in Lima (63%), while in the urban areas it is 62% and in the rural, it is 59%.

While according to socioeconomic level, the AB approval is at 67%, the C at 64%, the D 60% and the E at 57%.

Finally, by age, the greatest support comes from the sector located between 55 to 70 years (65%), followed by 18 to 24 years (63%) and 35 to 44 years (62%).

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