The last part of the Plaza Pública-Cadem survey with 703 people interviewed left a lot of political analysis due to a change of face among the top-rated politicians.
And after being at the top of this list for many weeks, the leader of the far right, José Antonio Kast, is losing popularity at the same time as the former president Michelle Bachelet rises like foam.
With this in mind, the top rated numbers are:
- Evelyn Matthei: 67% (-4 points)
- Michelle Bachelet: 58% (+2 points)
- German Codina: 58% (-2 points)
- Claudio Orrego: 58% (-4 points)
- Rodolfo Carter: 58% (-6 points)
- Sebastián Piñera: 51% (-3 points)
- Manuel José Ossandón: 48% (-1 point)
- Juan Antonio Coloma: 43% (+3 points)
- José Antonio Kast: 43% (-9 points)
Constitutional process on the verge of failure
While, the people interviewed by Cadem who are disappointed with the current constitutional process continues to grow, worryingly increasing the number of people who would reject it without thinking.
This because so only 23% say they would vote for it of the new constitution, while the percentage of those who reject it rose by four percentage points to 57%.
Far-right ideas have even led to 53% of those who describe themselves as right or center-right choosing to oppose it, while 67% of those who describe themselves as left are not in favor.
“As far as political reforms are concerned, 86% agree to reduce the number of MPs to 138; 75%, with the president serving for four years and not being immediately re-elected; 62% with the increase in the minimum age to apply for the office of president and 54% with the 5% threshold for access to parliamentary representation,” they indicated from Cadem.
Finally, The figure of President Gabriel Boric received an approval rating of 31%, This point increases by three percentage points, while 64% reject it.