The key support that Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Alberto Fernández lost in the elections

In his weekly column on the Odisea Argentina program, the journalist Carlos Pagni analyzed the “strange” behavior of Argentine society in the primary elections that were held last Sunday and argued that both Alberto Fernandez What Cristina Fernández de Kirchner they lost fundamental support which contributed greatly to his resounding defeat at the polls.

“A kind of hurricane, and as the days go by, we will gradually register how the landscape is reconfiguring itself. With movements that occur in society and are manifested in the behavior of the electorate, and with changes that are registered in the structure and bureaucracy of the State and institutions, “Carlos Pagni started in the television broadcast broadcast last night on the channel LN+.

One of those phenomena referring to the behavior of society was the disenchantment of young people with Kirchnerism: a study by the consulting firm Fixer, which analyzes what happens on social networks, revealed some time ago that between generations Z and millennials, Alberto Fernández lost 17 positive image points and increased 14 negative image points between April and June of this year, while Cristina Fernández de Kirchner had a reduction of 16 points in her positive assessment and saw her rejection grow in the same proportion.

Carlos Pagni revealed how much support Alberto Fernández and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner lost among young people.

Young people begin to abandon Kirchnerism“, Pagni stated bluntly, and wondered if this phenomenon is due to the closure of schools for almost a year and a half, the prolongation of restrictive measures or the lack of knowledge and experience of the glory days of Kirchnerism between 2003 and 2008, when he managed to monopolize a large portion of the youth of that time.

In any case, the host also pointed out that the rejection of Kirchnerism also “occurs among the most disadvantaged sectors of society“as” an intense and very fast phenomenon “that worries a Front of All whose political base is based” in the great urban areas and the poorest fringes of society. “

“It’s like there is a decomposition between the most submerged fringes and the Front of All “, he synthesized.

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