Today on Palbra Qs Noticia we spoke with Ramon Cavares, Executive Director of Activa Research.
According to A Pulso Ciudadano, 58.5% of those polled want isapres to return the dues, as indicated by the Supreme Court ruling, whether they may or may not be insolvent. Furthermore, with regard to the minor legislation introduced by the government, 55.4% strongly agree. There is a high degree of disagreement regarding the project presented by opposition MPs. At the end of the month of May, President Gabriel Boric received approval of 27.9%, and 60.0%, (+0.9 points) approval without significant variation regarding disapproval for April 2023 (59.1%). With further spontaneous mentions in preferences for future president, José Antonio Caste received 20.6%. It is followed by Evelyn Matthey at 14.5%. Camila Vallejo 6.1%. Carolina Toha 3.3%. Sebastian Pinera 3.1%. Rodolfo Carter 2.9%. Franco Paris 2.6%. Michelle Bachelet 1.8%. Raul Soto 1.6%.
How much can we understand about what the public expresses about iSuppress from the study they do?
“More than 80% of the population distrusts Ispress. We repeatedly measure citizens’ trust levels with institutions and in general ispress is an institution that does not enjoy a good reputation and trust by the population, so It is not surprising that the situation is not favorable towards them. That is why they say that whether they go bankrupt or not, they will have to pay. There has been a critical view about Isapress”, says Ramon Cavares .
What is this critical approach about?
“A large segment of the population that is served with Ispress questions the increase in base prices and limitations on access to services, which generate an unfavorable image towards citizens,” says Activa Research Executive Director.
It has been put forward as an argument that the collapse would involve the collapse of the public system. is that so?
“This is a difficult subject. Ispress already has problems as a business, despite the Supreme Court ruling. Beyond funding from the ruling, ispress is an industry in trouble because of its business model. No one knows whether it is a It’s a complex problem. Citizens absolutely mistrust Isapres because of discrimination and high prices. You have to understand that a large proportion of people who receive care in Fonasa do so in private facilities”, says Ramon Cavieres.
“There are many aspects to analyse, because one thing is the health providers where most people want to choose between public and private and secondly whether they will have public or private health insurance. Here we have a industry that has a financial problem and a debt that has been notified several times and how it is resolved”, confirms the executive director of Activa Research.
Is there civic mistrust in the face of normal institutions?
“Mistrust of institutions is a global trend. It is concerned with the governance capacity of countries and the political identity that people have with respect to parties and political institutions in general. It generates a crisis of trust, as a result of which, politics may lose relevance. and take over governments of a more populist nature. Mistrust begins to generate a negative cycle that affects everything”, he says.
What can we take as background regarding the presidential statistics?
“We ask this question to measure the political climate and clearly today we are in a scenario where right and extreme right positions are deeply entrenched. In this context, if this situation arises, the right-wing parties are given a great opportunity to win the municipal and presidential elections. However, this scenario depends on the outcome of the constituent process”, said Ramon Cavieres, executive director of Activa Research, in Palabra QS. Concluded in noticiae.