In a recent survey released by polling firm CID Gallup, President Nayib Bukele of El Salvador emerged as the most favored figure with a staggering 90% approval rating among the public. The results of this survey shed light on the popularity of various leaders across Latin America, providing a glimpse into the minds of the citizens regarding their political leaders.
Nayib Bukele, known for his dynamic and often unconventional approach to governance, has once again garnered widespread support from the people of El Salvador. With a favorability rating of 90%, he stands out as a dominant figure in the region. This high level of approval reflects the confidence and trust that the Salvadoran populace places in their president.
Following President Bukele in the rankings are other prominent leaders, including Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico, who enjoys a solid 78% favorability rating. Costa Rica’s Rodrigo Chaves is another leader who has secured a favorable position in the eyes of his country’s citizens, boasting a 71% approval rating.
On the other end of the spectrum, some personalities find themselves with lower approval ratings. Carlos F. Gaitán of Colombia, with a 43% favorability rating, faces challenges in gaining widespread support from the Colombian public. Javier Milei of Argentina follows closely with a 42% approval rating, indicative of the political diversity within the Argentine population. Bringing up the rear is Rafael López of Peru, who secured a 29% favorability rating.
This latest citizen opinion poll by CID Gallup provides valuable insights into the diverse political landscape of Latin America. The high favorability rating of President Nayib Bukele demonstrates his enduring popularity and the trust placed in his leadership by the people of El Salvador.