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President Luis Guillermo Solis Near Bottom of Approval Rating: Poll

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QCOSTARICA | President Luis Guillermo Solis is third to last in the ranking of presidents of Latin America and the Caribbean, on the level of management of their administration, according to the Center of Studies and Data ( Centro de Estudios y Datos – CEDATOS), affiliated with Gallup.

In fact, only worse than Solis are Brazil’s Dilma Rouseff, and Guatemala’s new president, Jimmy Morales, taking office earlier this month and CEDATOS not yet having compiled data.

Even Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro did well than Solis, ranked 12th with a 32% approval rating.

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Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega heads the list with a 75% approval rate.

rounding out the top 10 are:

  • Argentina’s new president (taking office Jan. 2016), Mauricio Macri, with 71%;
  • Danilo Medina of the Dominican Republic, with 69%;
  • Evo Morales, of Bolivia, with 57%;
  • Juan Orlando Hernández, of Honduras, with 53%;
  • Panama’s president, Juan Carlos Varela, with 52%;
  • Raúl Castro, of Cuba, with 47%;
  • Juan Manuel Santos, president of Colombia, with 42%;
  • Rafael Correa, of Ecuador, with 41%; and
  • Enrique Peña Nieto, of México, with 40%

 

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