This was reflected in the Plaza Pública weekly survey by the Cadem opinion research company, which also found that disapproval of the president’s management also decreased by 10% and now stands at 51%.
The Cadem firm pointed out that the public’s approval for the president after his second accountability report is above his predecessors’, Michelle Bachelet and Sebastián Piñera, in similar periods.
Support for the Government grew above all among young people, increasing by 15% and standing at 51; it increased by 42% among the middle class.
Sympathy for Boric increased one point among citizens identified as right-wing compared to previous indicators.
Citizen security was in the first place of the topics people showed most interest to in Boric’s speech (42%), followed by the approval of the 40-hour workday, and the increase in the minimum wage.
On the contrary, the issues that aroused less enthusiasm were the improvement in economic indicators (only 5%), and the project to establish a universal nursery in workplaces (3%).