quarta-feira, 17 de dezembro de 2008

Pesquisas sulamericanas (17/12)

Três pesquisas no www.angus-reid.com. Tudo em inglês:

Argentines Back Government’s Economic Measures

The majority of people in Argentina approve of the way the government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has handled the current economic situation, according to a poll by CEOP. 63 per cent of respondents say the government is effectively tackling the possible impact of the global financial crisis on the country’s economy, while 24.3 per cent disagree. In addition, more than 70 per cent of respondents agree with the president’s plans to start new infrastructure projects, create a Production Ministry, and cut taxes for companies hiring new employees. Leia na íntegra.

Ecuadorians Agree With Foreign Debt Default

The majority of people in Ecuador believe their country should refrain from paying its foreign debt, according to a poll by Cedatos/Gallup. 61 per cent of respondents support a default. Rafael Correa, a former finance minister, ran for president as an independent leftist under the Alliance Country (AP) banner. In November 2006, Correa won a run-off with 56.69 per cent of the vote. He officially took over as Ecuador’s head of state in January 2007, and vowed to change the country’s Constitution. Correa’s party nominated no candidates to the National Congress. Leia na íntegra.

Two-Thirds of Peruvians Displeased with García

The popularity of Peruvian president Alan García continues to be low despite a recent surge, according to a poll by CPI. 69.2 per cent of respondents disapprove of the president’s performance, down 8.5 points since October. Leia na íntegra.


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