Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra's approval rating
went from 48% to 79% in one month, the latest Ipsos poll has revealed.
Ipsos CEO Alfredo Torres explained that Vizcarra's approval rating has hit the highest point of his presidency so far.
The survey, published in El Comercio newspaper, shows the disapproval rating dropped 32 percentage points from 48% to 16% between September and October.
On the other hand, 76% of those surveyed describe as right President Vizcarra's decision to dissolve Parliament as the Constitution allows it, 10% deem it incorrect, saying it constitutes a coup d'etat, 9% state it is unclear whether it was a constitutional measure or not, and 5% of respondents have no opinion on the matter.
Meanwhile, the survey put Permanent Commission Chairman Pedro Olaechea
's approval and disapproval ratings at 17% and 63%, respectively, the remaining 20% have no opinion on the subject.
Pollster name: Ipsos Peru
Published by: El Comercio newspaper
Coverage: National level (urban and rural areas)
Sample size: 1,203 respondents
Fieldwork period: October 9th-11th, 2019
Margin of error: +/- 2.83%
Level of confidence: 95%