The survey, conducted between April 22 and 24, found that Correa’s approval rating never fell below 50 percent.
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is set to leave office on May 24 with a 62 percent approval rating, El Telegrafo reported on Thursday, citing new findings from a survey conducted by Public Opinion Ecuador.
The survey, conducted between April 22 and 24, found that Correa’s approval rating never fell below 50 percent. Approximately 2,270 people aged 16 and over were chosen randomly across the country for survey interviews.
Correa, who took office in 2007 representing the leftist Alianza Pais party, is considered to be one of Ecuador’s most popular presidents. In 2014, his approval rating peaked at 83 percent.
“It's an interestingly high rating after so much time,” Public Opinion Ecuador Director Santiago Perez told El Telegrafo....teleSUR
Ecuador’s Correa Leaves Office With 62 Percent Approval Rating