The last public report of Jacob measured the image of the main national leaders and Patricia Bullrich it ranked as the policy with the best numbers. The podium was completed Javier Miley y Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. The head of the Buenos Aires government Horacio Rodriguez Larretawho launched his candidacy this Thursday, was relegated to sixth place.
Under the title “Kicking a Dead Horse”the consultant carried out a survey between February 7 and 11 asking about agenda items such as the cases Fernando Baez Sosa y Lucio Dupuybut also taking the social temperature at the beginning of the election year.
According to the technical file, 2,500 people were consulted through telephone surveys in provincial regions, electoral sections of Buenos Aires and Buenos Aires communes. The recorded margin of error was +/- 2%.
In the section on images, Bullrich prevailed with 36,9% positive, 17.8% regular and 38.1% negative. According to Giacobbe, she is the only policy with less than 40% challenges. The data is explanatory of the rejection provoked by the leadership.
Behind the president of the PRO appears the deputy mercy, one of the pre-candidates who best knew how to exploit the negative view on the part of society towards the main actors of the bicoalition system. The libertarian reaped 30,2% positive and 22.5% regular, with a rejection of 42.7%.
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The podium was closed by the vice president Cristina Kirchner, who maintains the most competitive image of the Frente de Todos but already announced in December that he would not make up any list. The only thing that still raises doubts about a possible nomination is the operational outcry of Kirchnerism to his figure. In this case, the former president reached 25.5% endorsement and 65% rejection, sharing the negative view with other coalition actors such as Axel Kicillof, Sergio Massa y Alberto Fernandez.
Mauricio Macri was also part of the measurement and reached 23.6% positive image, but like his predecessor in the presidency, he presents a high rejection of 49%.
The location of Rodríguez Larreta and the rejection of the leaders of the Frente de Todos
The Buenos Aires Head of Government launched his official candidacy this week trying to exploit his dialogue, anti-grievance and conciliatory profile. However, he assured that he would not sit at a common table with Kirchnerism. His image, according to Giacobbe’s measurements, had 51.4% rejection, 17.1% endorsement and 24.3% regularity.
Those numbers left him below Axel Kicillof (+18.8%, 9.8% and -66.1%) but above three other references to pan-Peronism such as Eduardo “Wado” De Pedro, Sergio Massa and Alberto Fernández.
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In the case of the Minister of the Interior, his image was supported by 12.7% but contested by 57.8%. His colleague in Economics did not have a better performancereaching 65.4% negative image and only 9.5% positive.
Finally, the President was the leader who closed the Giacobbe ranking with the highest number of negative images: 69.5%. With these results, of the nine main candidates measured in the survey, the referents of the Frente de Todos were the most repudiated in terms of image.
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