Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra
enjoys an approval rating of 63% in February, the latest Datum poll revealed Friday.
The study also reveals that 41% of citizens believe the creation of new political groups at Congress is positive, while 46% think the opposite.
As for the situation of ex-President Alberto Fujimori, who has been sent back to prison
, 59% of respondents think he must be placed under house arrest. However, 48% reject the possibility of granting him another pardon.
Lastly, 75% of those polled believe former President Ollanta Humala
did know about the bribes paid to the Construction Club in order to obtain lucrative public works concessions.
In fact, 81% of respondents do not believe ex-Transport and Communications Minister Carlos Paredes when he says that neither he nor his brother is involved in the bribe payment by construction firms.
Pollster name: Datum Internacional S.A.
Published by: Peru21 and Gestion newspapers
Target population: Men and women aged 18-70 years old from every socio-economic segment.
Coverage: National level
Population size: 21,683,412 citizens
Sample size: 1,204 respondents
Margin of error: +/- 2.8%
Level of confidence: 95%
Fieldwork period: February 1-6, 2019