fbaezer
 
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Reply Wed 6 Oct, 2010 01:32 pm
Recent Measurements (with several new faces):

Luiz Ignacio Lula Da Silva (Brasil) 78% (-2 since last measurement )
Mauricio Funes (El Salvador) 75% (-8)
Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia) 74% (new)
Ricardo Martinelli (Panama) 69% (=)
José Múgica (Uruguay) 63% (new)
Porfirio Lobo (Honduras) 60% (new)
Sebastián Piñera (Chile) 56% (new)
Felipe Calderón (Mexico) 55% (+2)
Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) 54% (new)
Rafael Correa (Ecuador) 53% (+12)
Leonel Fernández (Dominican Rep.) 49% (-8)
Evo Morales (Bolivia) 46% (-20)
Alvaro Colom (Guatemala) 46% (+3)
Barack Obama (USA ) 45% (-3)
Cristina Fernández (Argentina) 36% (+1)
Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua) 26% (+6)
Stephen Harper (Canada) 32% (+6)
Alán García (Peru) 22% (+6)
Fernando Lugo (Paraguay) 31% (-19)

No evaluation again for Hugo Chávez, as Venezuela has become increasingly hostile to pollsters.
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BumbleBeeBoogie
 
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Reply Wed 6 Oct, 2010 01:43 pm
@fbaezer,
What time period is used for the survey? Obama is not on the list.

BBB
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BumbleBeeBoogie
 
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Reply Wed 6 Oct, 2010 01:46 pm
@BumbleBeeBoogie,
I also noticed no president for Haiti, probably the worst of all.

BBB
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BumbleBeeBoogie
 
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Reply Wed 6 Oct, 2010 01:48 pm
@Col Man,
Which one of my two dear sweet doggies are you asking about?

BBB
BumbleBeeBoogie
 
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Reply Wed 6 Oct, 2010 01:56 pm
@BumbleBeeBoogie,
Now I see how old this topic is. If I had paid attention, I wouldn't have ask my dumb questions. --- Never mind!.

BBB Embarrassed
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fbaezer
 
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Reply Tue 22 Mar, 2011 02:41 pm
Recent Measurements:

Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia) 77% (+3 since last measurement)
Mauricio Funes (El Salvador) 72% (-3)
Ricardo Martinelli (Panama) 65% (-4)
Rafael Correa (Ecuador) 63% (+10)
Felipe Calderón (Mexico) 52% (-3)
Porfirio Lobo (Honduras) 51% -9)
Djilma Roussef (Brasil) 50% (new)
Hugo Chávez (Venezuela) 50% (-14 since Jan. 2009)
José Múgica (Uruguay) 48% (-15)
Barack Obama (USA ) 47% (+2)
Cristina Fernández (Argentina) 47% (+11)
Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) 45% (-9)
Fernando Lugo (Paraguay) 44% (+13)
Leonel Fernández (Dominican Rep.) 44% (-5)
Sebastián Piñera (Chile) 41% (-15)
Alvaro Colom (Guatemala) 41% (-5)
Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua) 40% (+24)
Evo Morales (Bolivia) 32% (-14)
Stephen Harper (Canada) 32% (=)
Alán García (Peru) 27% (+5)


Cristina Fernández and Correa go up-up, while Evo Morales goes down-down.
Irishk
 
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Reply Tue 22 Mar, 2011 09:53 pm
@fbaezer,
Quote:
...while Evo Morales goes down-down.


Evo was the recipient of the Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights in 2006. I guess they're buds.
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fbaezer
 
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Reply Tue 4 Oct, 2011 03:52 pm
Recent Measurements:

Rafael Correa (Ecuador) 75% (+12 since last measurement)
Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia) 67% (-10)
Mauricio Funes (El Salvador) 63% (-9)
Hugo Chávez (Venezuela) 55% (+5)
Ollanta Humala (Peru) 55% (new)
Ricardo Martinelli (Panama) 52% (-13)
Felipe Calderón (Mexico) 50% (-2)
Cristina Fernández (Argentina) 50% (+3)
Djilma Roussef (Brasil) 49% (-1)
Alvaro Colom (Guatemala) 49% (+8)
Porfirio Lobo (Honduras) 44% (-6)
Fernando Lugo (Paraguay) 44% (=)
Barack Obama (USA ) 43% (-4)
Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua) 42% (+2)
José Múgica (Uruguay) 41% (-7)
Stephen Harper (Canada) 40% (+8)
Leonel Fernández (Dominican Rep.) 38% (-6)
Evo Morales (Bolivia) 37% (+5)
Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) 36% (-9)
Sebastián Piñera (Chile) 27% (-14)

Remember the President everybody loved when the Chilean miners rescue?
Well, look at him now. At the very bottom of popularity, losing 28 points in a few months.
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fbaezer
 
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Reply Fri 12 Oct, 2012 06:57 pm
New Measurements, data for September 2012:
Big swings.

Rafael Correa (Ecuador) 80% (+5 since last measurement)
Mauricio Funes (El Salvador) 72% (+9)
Otto Pérez (Guatemala) 69% (new)
Hugo Chávez (Venezuela) 64% (+9) (reelected)
Djilma Roussef (Brasil) 62% (+13)
Leonel Fernández (Dominican Rep.) 61% (+23)
Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua) 59% (+17)
Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia) 54% (-13)
Ricardo Martinelli (Panama) 52% (=)
Barack Obama (USA ) 49% (+6)
Felipe Calderón (Mexico) 46% (-4)
Cristina Fernández (Argentina) 43% (-7)
Evo Morales (Bolivia) 41% (+4)
Ollanta Humala (Peru) 40% (-15)
José Múgica (Uruguay) 40% (-1)
Stephen Harper (Canada) 37% (-3)
Federico Franco (Paraguay) 44% (new, not elected)
Sebastián Piñera (Chile) 36% (+9)
Porfirio Lobo (Honduras) 14% (-30)
Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) 13% (-23)

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fbaezer
 
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Reply Mon 15 Apr, 2013 07:12 pm
Measurements for April 2013.
Perhaps the thread's name should be changed to "Very Popular Presidencies" in some cases.

Rafael Correa (Ecuador) 90% (+10 since last measurement)
Danilo Medina (Dominican Rep.) 89% (new)
Mauricio Funes (El Salvador) 70% (+2)
Otto Pérez (Guatemala) 66% (-3)
Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua) 65% (+7)
Djilma Roussef (Brasil) 63% (+1)
Enrique Peña Nieto (Mexico) 59% (new)
Evo Morales (Bolivia) 59% (+18)
Ricardo Martinelli (Panama) 55% (+3)
Ollanta Humala (Peru) 51% (+11)
Barack Obama (USA ) 48% (-1)
José Múgica (Uruguay) 47% (+7)
Stephen Harper (Canada) 45% (+8)
Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia) 44% (-10)
Sebastián Piñera (Chile) 38% (+2)
Cristina Fernández (Argentina) 32% (-11)
Porfirio Lobo (Honduras) 27% (+13)
Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) 12% (-1)
ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 15 Apr, 2013 07:15 pm
You're so good, trying to get us to pay attention.

I'll try.
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roger
 
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Reply Mon 15 Apr, 2013 08:05 pm
@fbaezer,
Venezuela must just be off the charts.
Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 15 Apr, 2013 08:19 pm
I find it interesting that Harper polls a higher approval rating than the Conservatives' electoral polling at the last election--which was 39%.
hingehead
 
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Reply Mon 15 Apr, 2013 08:24 pm
@fbaezer,
Wow, Fernadez in Argentina dropping like a stone, kind of explains why there was some Falklands noise earlier this year (distract and appeal to nationalism).
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fbaezer
 
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Reply Tue 16 Apr, 2013 01:53 pm
@roger,
Actually, Chávez had a whopping 84% approval rating right after his death.
fbaezer
 
  1  
Reply Tue 16 Apr, 2013 01:55 pm
@Setanta,
This happens in most cases where there are more than two big political parties.

For instance, Mexico's Peña Nieto won with 39% of the vote.
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fbaezer
 
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Reply Mon 14 Oct, 2013 03:25 pm
Time for new measurements:

Danilo Medina (Dominican Rep.) 89% (= since last measurement)
Rafael Correa (Ecuador) 90% (-6)
Ricardo Martinelli (Panama) 69% (+14)
Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua) 66% (+1)
Mauricio Funes (El Salvador) 64% (-6)
Evo Morales (Bolivia) 59% (=)
Enrique Peña Nieto (Mexico) 56% (-3)
Nicolás Maduro (Venezuela) 48% (first measurement)
Otto Pérez (Guatemala) 48% (-18)
José Mujica (Uruguay) 45% (-2)
Barack Obama (USA ) 44% (-4)
Djilma Roussef (Brasil) 37% (-26)
Sebastián Piñera (Chile) 36% (-2)
Ollanta Humala (Peru) 32% (-19)
Porfirio Lobo (Honduras) 32% (+5)
Stephen Harper (Canada) 26% (-19)
Cristina Fernández (Argentina) 26% (-6)
Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia) 25% (-19)
Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) 9% (-3)

I want to notice that several popularities (in Guatemala, Brazil, Canada, Peru, Colombia) plummetted dramatically in six months, even if some of the countries are not doing so bad economically.
dlowan
 
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Reply Mon 14 Oct, 2013 03:40 pm
@fbaezer,
fbaezer wrote:

Actually, Chávez had a whopping 84% approval rating right after his death.


Generally speaking, there is nothing quite so effective as death for making folk enamoured of one.
roger
 
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Reply Mon 14 Oct, 2013 04:27 pm
@dlowan,
I will add that to my list of how to be popular.
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fbaezer
 
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Reply Mon 14 Oct, 2013 04:43 pm
Correa's popularity is actually 84% (6 points down since April).
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