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Chilean president has 61% disapproval, and 56.5% supports change in pensions

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Chilean president has 61% disapproval, and 56.5% supports change in pensions

This Sunday (27), the Chilean research firm Activa Research reported the results of its latest Pulso Ciudadano survey and showed that President Gabriel Boric obtained an approval of 24.6% and a disapproval of 61%. Those who do not know how to evaluate management represent 14.4% of respondents.

The poll revealed that 40.1% of the population agree or strongly agree with the social security reform presented by Boric’s government, while 27.7% disagree or strongly disagree and 32.3% neither agree nor disagree.

In this sense, 56.5% of those who participated in the survey agree/strongly agree with the end of the Pension Fund Administrators (AFP) and their replacement by a new system. Another 16.7% strongly disagree/disagree with the idea, and 26.8% neither agree nor disagree.

Likewise, 54.9% rated the performance of the AFPs as bad or terrible, 13.6% as very good or good and 31.4% as regular.

constituent process

Nearly three months after the September 4 plebiscite, and amid talks in Congress to approve the launch of a new constitutional process, 53.9% of the Chilean population agrees/strongly agrees that the current Constitution should be amended, 21.6% strongly disagree/disagree and 24.5% neither agree nor disagree.

As for how to proceed with the process, 48.5% prefer to start a new constituent process to have a new Constitution, 31.9% prefer that the current Constitution be reformed and 19.8% prefer to keep the current Constitution.

If a new process starts, 40.9% prefer that the Magna Carta proposal be elaborated by a committee of specialists, and 34.3% prefer that a new Constitutional Convention be formed through democratic elections with the support of a committee of experts.

Source: CNN Brasil

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