Ecuador’s Noboa, Argentina’s Milei Most Popular South American Leaders

Ecuador President Daniel Noboa

Ecuadorian President Daniel Noboa is once again the most popular ruler in South America in May, a position from which the Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou previously held last April, according to a survey released today by CB Consultora, a company specialized in the study of the social climate and the projection of electoral scenarios.

Noboa went from having 57.8% of the support of those surveyed the previous month to 58.1%, with a disapproval rate of 39.5%, according to this sample, carried out between May 14 and 18 among 12,332 people (an average of between 1,022 and 1,485 per country). This study has a confidence level of 95% and a margin of error that ranges between 2% and 3%.

In second place is the Argentine Javier Milei, with a positive image of 54.8% and a rejection of 42.9%, and in third place is Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou, who currently has the support of 54.7%. % percent of those interviewed and the disapproval of 41.6%.