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New survey and alert: Alberto Fernández improved in December, but the year ended very badly

The evolution shows a better one, but the final photo is definitely bad. The look at management of the president Alberto Fernandez had a rebound in december, but ended with a very negative balance. This is reflected in the latest national survey of the consultancy Zuban Cordoba, that Clarín advances this Sunday.

The study of this firm, which has among its clients government leaders and opponents and whose works usually circulate in Casa Rosada, included a survey of 2,100 cases in all the country. The poll was conducted between December 17 and 20 and the results are presented with a +/- 2.14% margin of error.

In addition to consulting on the national administration and the direction of the country in general, the work also included very topical questions, as the re-election of mayors, a debate that has heated up these days in the province of Buenos Aires.

The (dis) approval of the discharge

The approval of the presidential discharge is one of the basic questions that all public opinion polls contain. And their results are not necessarily the same as the image of the president himself. Although in this case, the fall in Fernández’s personal weight coincided in most of the polls with a marked disappointment in the way he administers.

Thus, from the very distant positive peak of March 2020, a persistent decline began that had little respite. But one of those small improvements occurred precisely in this last month of 2021. In December, the approval of the presidential discharge rose from 32.2% to 37.4% and disapproval went from 67.7% to 63%.

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados. How is the image of the presidential administration.

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados.  How the image of the presidential administration evolved.

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados. How the image of the presidential administration evolved.

However, as can be seen, the annual final balance is still very bad, with almost 26 points of differential against (+ 37.4% vs. -63%). The worst, anyway, had been last month, when the gap between the valuation in favor and the valuation against exceeded 30 points.

The negative result is repeated when a general and interesting question that the consultant has been asking about the direction of the country is reviewed. Do people think they are going in the right or wrong direction?

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados.  How people see the "address" in which the country goes.

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados. How people see the “direction” the country is going.

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados.  How the image evolved on the "address" in which the country goes.

The latest national survey of Zuban Córdoba y Asociados. How the image evolved about the “direction” in which the country is going.

In this case, there was also a slight improvement in the last study, when optimists rose from 27.3% to 28.7% and (above all) pessimists fell from 67.4% to 62.6%. Again the same formula: there was a rebound but with a very bad balance.

Indefinite re-elections: yes or no?

In coincidence with the pressure being applied by pro-government and opposition mayors of the province of Buenos Aires to be reelected once again in 2023 (a rule set them a final deadline in 2019 and they want to extend it), Zuban Cordoba he asked precisely about the perpetuity of these mandates. And there was strong rejection.

The last national survey of Zuban Córdoba.  Do people agree that mayors can be reelected indefinitely?

The last national survey of Zuban Córdoba. Do people agree that mayors can be reelected indefinitely?

The study asked the “level of agreement” with the following sentence: “The mayors must be reelected indefinitely.” 77.5% said they “totally disagree”.

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