The perception of economic setback in Peru is the highest in 31 years

Ipsos Peru Survey for Apoyo Consulting also shows pessimistic expectations for the national and family economy in the future.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - More Peruvians have the impression that the country's development and economy are regressing instead of advancing.

According to a survey by Ipsos Peru for Apoyo Consultoría, 67% of those interviewed have the perception that the country is not advancing, being the highest figure in the last 31 years. This means that two out of every three Peruvians have the feeling that they are not heading in the right direction.

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