Danilo Medina still the most popular president
According to a survey carried out by Mexican company Mitofsky Consulting, President Danilo Medina and President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua are the only leaders in the Americas who are regarded as outstanding by the citizens of their countries.
In order to be classified as outstanding the leaders need to reach an approval level of 65% or more. Danilo Medina obtained 83% and Daniel Ortega 67%.
They are followed by Rafael Correa of Ecuador, Jimmy Morales of Guatemala and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski from Peru, all of whom had approval ratings of 61%.
They were followed by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with 55%.
The third group, with between 54% and 40% consists of Juan Orlando Hernández of Honduras with 52%, Barack Obama of the United States with 52%, Juan Carlos Varela of Panama (46%), Mauricio Macri from Argentina (43%) and Salvador Sanchez Ceren of El Salvador (41%).
The lowest ratings, between 39% and 20% were obtained by Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia and Tabaré Vazquez of Uruguay, both with 30%. They are followed by Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and Evo Morales of Bolivia, both with 29%, and then Horacio Cartes of Paraguay (23%), Chilean president Michelle Bachelet (22%) and Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro (21%).
The very lowest assessments went to Brazil’s Michel Temer with 14% and Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis, with 10%.
Source: DR1, Eldia
Sep 22, 2016
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