Over 50% of Mexicans disapprove of AMLO’s presidency


The figures with the highest disapproval were revealed among the unemployed (65.3%), employers (61.2%), students (58.4%), professionals (57.7%) and retirees (54.5%).

Both the government and health measures against the coronavirus pandemic and then since the beginning of the isolation were revealed through a new Mitofsky Consultation that reported that for the first time President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) achieved average disapproval 52%, in what corresponds the period from 2018 to date.

According to a journalistic report that revealed the data of the consultation, the average approval of AMLO fell to 47.8%, that is to say, four percentage points less than last March.

The report published by El Economista also maintains that the highest peak of government endorsement was reached in February 2019, with 67.1%.

The figures with the highest disapproval were revealed among the unemployed (65.3%), employers (61.2%), students (58.4%), professionals (57.7%) and retirees (54.5%).

Regarding the question of whether the president “has managed to unite the country” , the query was forceful: 72.4% answered “no” (8 percentage points more than in March 2020), against 27.6% who considered “yes”.

Other data includes that 60.8% of the people consulted, 45,605 Mexicans over 18 years old with smart mobile devices with Internet access, maintain that they do not get along well with the business class.

Source: forbes.com.mx, eleconomista.com.mx, consulta.mx

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