Hows the Paraguay's president ratings from 8% to 37%. What a swing!
How can you have a popularity rating of 8% No wonder they are always having military coups in Paraguay.
It is probably why on the Argentina/Paraugay border, the car queue to get into argentina goes back for miles, while the other way it is empty.
The country with traditionally lots of military coups is Bolivia. The average tenure of a President since independence is still less than 2 years, if I have my math right.
After decades of turmoil, Paraguay had one dictator, Alfredo Stroessner, from 1954 to 1989, and has moved since on the democratic path.
On border car queues: my guess is that it depends on the season. Both Argentina and Paraguay have become net population expellers.