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Consultants Option: government approval falls five points and stands at 46%

Although it is close to its floor, the current management maintains a positive balance of 17 points between those who approve and disapprove.

The approval of the government fell five points in the last quarter and stood at 46%, according to a new poll by Option Consultants released this Thursday on Telenoche (Channel 4). The survey, which had a sample of 800 cases, was conducted between May 23 and June 1

“After 27 months of management, the national government registers a 46% favorable evaluation and an approval gap of +17 points. Compared to the previous quarter, there was a 5-point drop in approval and a 7-point increase in disapproval,” the consultant stated in its report.

Of the 46% who approve of the administration, 14% consider it “very good” and 32% rate it as “good”, while three out of 10 Uruguayans evaluate the government administration unfavorably: 15% who classify it as “bad” and 14% rate it as “very bad”.

In turn, 22% of citizens describe the work of the government as “neither good nor bad”.

Considering the segments that approve and disapprove of the government, an approval balance of +17 points is recorded. Considering the segments that approve and disapprove of the government, an approval balance of +17 points is recorded.

“Considering the historical series of this government period (2020-2022), the government is close to its approval floor, registered in the third quarter of 2021. In addition, there is a 5-point drop compared to the last two quarters, in which the government had reached a 51% favorable evaluation. Meanwhile, the 30% disapproval registered this quarter is the highest figure in the historical series. Therefore, the current quarter is the one with the smallest positive gap between government approval and disapproval”, Option noted.

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