Chile’s approval rating for the constitution and Boric’s mandate continues to decline

33% of the population approves of the new Constitution, down from 56% in January; the data comes from the research company Cadem. The new president's popularity had suffered the greatest deterioration in recent history.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a survey published Monday (27) by the company Cadem, the new Chilean Constitution approves 33% of the population. In January, the figure was 56%.

Chilean President Gabriel Boric, on the other hand, registered 59% disapproval, up 5% from the previous week.

This is the worst result for Boric since he took over the presidency in March this year. The approval rating for his government has also dropped from 40% to 34% compared to the beginning of his term.

In addition, the survey shows that 91% of the population views the country's economy as . . .

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