The national deputy Javier Milei does not stop growing in polls. The draw for his salary gave him even more popularity than he had before, and his recognition is increasingly outside his stronghold, CABA.
A poll CB Consultant Public Opinion measured the economist in all the provinces for the first time, and the results give a lot to cut. The first thing that stands out is that it has a high degree of knowledge throughout the national territory, but its image generates both attraction and rejection.
In total, between 600 and 1,200 cases were surveyed per province, and it was concluded that mercy it has between 60 and 80 percent recognition in the national territory. In the provinces where he is best known, this measure exceeded 80%, and in the main electoral districts it did not drop below 75 percent.
His controversial profile was also reflected in the results. Its positive image was high in many provinces, but also its negative image. In CABA, the district that put him in Congress, he had a 47.1 percent positive image, and a 40.2 percent negative image. Córdoba is the other province where it is better positioned, with 40.8 percent positive image, but 39.4 percent negative image.
Advance in K territory
The biggest surprises of the poll They occurred in the provinces most closely linked to Kirchnerism and Peronism. In La Rioja, for example, mercy it has a positive image of 40.2 percent and a negative one of only 28.5. Santa Cruz, Alicia Kirchner’s territory, is also witnessing the growth of mercy: 38.5 percent in favor and 30.5 against.
Another case to take into account is the one that occurs in Chaco. In the province that governs Capitanich, it has little positive image – only 33.8 percent – but it also has little negative image, with 29.2 percent. This indicates that there is ignorance of his figure, but little rejection among those who know him.
The bad news for mercy They come from two large districts in which it had more negative than positive image. In the Province of Buenos Aires it was 38.3 percent positive and 42 percent negative, while in Mendoza these numbers give it 37.7 percent positive and 40.3 percent negative.