Survey Say’s, Chinchilla's Government: Worse one of the Last Six Governments

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – 60% of Costa Ricans graded the government of President Laura Chinchilla as poor or very poor, and given the worst rating in the last six terms in Costa Rica, a survey revealed.

    60% is the worst score receives a government since 1991, when the firm Unimer began studies on the conformity of Costa Ricans about their leaders, indicated results in report released The Nation.

    31% of respondents rated the work of the Government of Chinchilla as fair and just 9% rate the government as good.

    The current administration disapproval rating exceeds 57% which is greater than the next lowest which was in 1995 for José María Figueres (1994-1998), the National Liberation Party (PLN), the same party of Chinchilla.

    Top marks for Chinchilla was recorded in October 2010, five months after the start of her administration, when 41% considered their work as good or very good and only 9% said it was poor or very poor.

    On the other hand, 96% of respondents said the president does not control the government, against only 2% saying it does. 2% did not answer.

    Other data from the survey indicate that 69% rate the government as corrupt, 66% rated negatively cabinet work, 42% believe that the government does not know how to solve problems and 85% think it is ruled in favor of some sectors and not in town.

    Chinchilla, who will finish her four-year term on May 8, 2014, has suffered during her administration with 70% of her ministers suffering from corruption scandals, many citizen protests and harsh criticism from various economic, social and political.

    The survey was conducted between 4th and 13th June to 1,200 seniors across the country, has a margin of error of 2.8% and a confidence level of 95%. EFE

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