72% of Peruvians believe in President's willingness to fight corruption

14:09 | Lima, Dec. 24.

72% of Peruvians believe President Martin Vizcarra is willing to fight corruption, the latest Peruvian Studies Institute (IEP) poll has revealed.

Meanwhile, 46% of the people surveyed think the same of Prime Minister Cesar Villanueva

Concerning the necessary measures to combat this scourge, 44% consider filing legal complaints should be easier, while 35% think contracts with the State should be simpler and more transparent, plus 33% indicate more judges and judicial resources are needed. 

Furthermore, the survey finds 54% of the Inca country citizens would never vote for a candidate linked to serious allegations of corruption, whereas 44% affirmed they would.

Technical details

Population: Men and women over the age of 18 with DNI from all socio-economic levels 
Sample size: 1,184 respondents throughout 17 regions, 24 provinces, and 78 districts
Margin of error: +/- 2.8%
Level of confidence: 95%
Fieldwork period: December 7-12, 2018.


Published: 12/24/2018
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