RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A week after Gabriel Boric's victory in the presidential run-off, the latest results of the Cadem Public Square survey were released on Monday, showing that 55% believe that Chile will do well or very well with the new government.
In this sense, social rights (27%), crime, and public order (21%), together with economic issues (19%), are the priority areas that respondents determined that Gabriel Boric's government will have to address.
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