RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the November survey, 32% of respondents considered the administration as "neither good nor bad," while 2% did not know or did not answer.
The 2021 trend is predominantly stable, with a peak of approval registered in the second quarter and with three quarters in the range of 36%-37% approval.
The second half of 2021 consolidated a post-pandemic public opinion mood, in which economic demands and expectations definitively supplanted health concerns linked to the Covid-19 crisis. Issues such as unemployment, wages, taxes and poverty dominate Uruguayans' main concerns, and are likely to . . .