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AMLO maintains an approval rating of 60% but concerns about insecurity are growing

AMLO maintains an approval rating of 60% but concerns about insecurity are growing

AMLO maintains an approval rating of 60% but concerns about insecurity are growing

The Mexican President, Andres Manuel Lopez Obradormaintains an approval level of 60%, but the population’s concern about insecurity in the country has grown, according to a survey by the Reforma newspaper revealed on Tuesday.

Six out of 10 Mexicans approved “the way how Lopez Obrador he is doing his job as president” in August, the same proportion as the last measurement of the newspaper last May.

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On the other hand, 38% of the citizens disapproved of his management, one percentage point less than in the previous survey.

However, the survey showed that two thirds of Mexicans, 67%, believe that The insecurity “It is the main problem in the country todaynine percentage points more than the 58% registered in the previous measurement.

10% of those surveyed considered corruption as the biggest problem, 7% the economy, 3% unemployment and 1% poverty.

In addition, more than half of Mexicans, 53%, consider that “need a change of direction”, while 44% think that “it is better that things continue as they are”.

The survey is published days after the presidential candidates for the 2024 elections are defined.

López Obrador’s party, the National Regeneration Movement (Morena), will define his presidential candidacy on September 6, while the opposition front Goes through Mexico It will do so on September 3.

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52% of those surveyed thought they were in favor of the president giving his opinion on the elections, and 38% were against it.

But 56% of them said they were against the president attacking opposition candidates, and only 32% were in favor.

The national survey was conducted at homes from August 18 to 23 to 1,000 adults, with an estimation error of 4% and a 95% confidence level.

Source: Elcomercio

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