The president manages to bounce back from the negative results he had obtained during previous editions of the Cadem survey.
According to the latest edition of the Cadem survey, the approval of the president Gabriel Boricrose 8 points, to 33%, while his disapproval fell 11 points, to 58%, after the presentation of his reform of the pension system.
Furthermore, according to the same measurement, the ruling party's project begins its debate with 41% agreement and 43% disagreement among those surveyed, which is considered a statistical tie.
Regarding the details of the initiative, those consulted stated regarding the destination of the extra 6% of contributions that it should go entirely to the individual account (53%, with a drop of 8 percentage points), while 35% (with an increase of 6 points) thinks that a part should go to a common fund and another part to the worker's account and only 10% in its entirety to a common fund.
Meanwhile, 78 % (+8pts) prefer to be able to choose who administers the pension funds, be it a state institution or an AFP.
Regarding the constitutional debate, 64% (-1 point) agree that Chile needs a new Constitution.
In this regard, the formula preferred by those surveyed points to a mixed convention (66%). If this last possibility did not exist, the 100% elected alternative reaches 56% while the one made up entirely of experts reaches only 36%.
Evelyn Matthei continues, for On the other hand, being the best evaluated political figure with a 66% positive image, followed by Claudio Orrego (58%), Rodolfo Carter (58%), Germán Codina (55%) and Michelle Bachelet (54%).
At the other extreme are Daniel Jadue (21%) and Guillermo Teillier (16%).