Santiago, September 4, 2022. Santiaguinos attend to cast their vote at the Fernando Alessandri Rodriguez school in the Santiago commune.  Jonnathan Oyarzun/Aton Chile















The survey revealed that 49 percent of those surveyed agree with repeating the entry plebiscite and reported an increase of five points in the approval of President Gabriel Boric’s management.

Monday September 19, 2022 10:49 a.m.

The latest Cadem survey report revealed that 76% of those consulted agree with the initiation of a new process for Chile to have a new Constitution and that 49% favored that the new constitutional process be defined through an entry plebiscite, which decides if there is to reform the current Magna Carta, or draft a new one.

In addition, 44% prefer a great political agreement to have a new constitutional convention, as determined by 80% of the population in the entry plebiscite held on October 25, 2020..

Regarding the best mechanism, 49% opted for a mixed Constitutional Convention, which is half elected and half a committee of experts appointed by Congress.

Regarding the content of the constituent debate, 78% prefer that the vote be compulsory; 74% are about to ensure the property and heritability of the pension funds; 73% opted for multiculturalism over multinationality; 68% chose the promotion and freedom of choice of all types of education; 67% favored freedom of choice in health over a single system; 60% want a bicameral congress and 50% prefer that gender parity not be mandatory for public sector positions.

Regarding the appreciation of the President of the Republic, the survey reported an increase in the approval of the administration of President Gabriel Boric, rising from 33% to 38%.

The best evaluated political figures are Mayor Evelyn Matthei (64%), Governor Claudio Orrego (63%) and Mayor Germán Codina (62%). The worst evaluated were the deputy Diego Schalper (28%), the mayor Daniel Jadue (23%) and the PC helmsman Guillermo Teillier (15%).

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The latest Cadem survey report revealed that 76% of those consulted agree with the initiation of a new process for Chile to have a new Constitution and that 49% favored that the new constitutional process be defined through an entry plebiscite, which decides if there is to reform the current Magna Carta, or draft a new one.

In addition, 44% prefer a great political agreement to have a new constitutional convention, as determined by 80% of the population in the entry plebiscite held on October 25, 2020..

Regarding the best mechanism, 49% opted for a mixed Constitutional Convention, which is half elected and half a committee of experts appointed by Congress.

Regarding the content of the constituent debate, 78% prefer that the vote be compulsory; 74% are about to ensure the property and heritability of the pension funds; 73% opted for multiculturalism over multinationality; 68% chose the promotion and freedom of choice of all types of education; 67% favored freedom of choice in health over a single system; 60% want a bicameral congress and 50% prefer that gender parity not be mandatory for public sector positions.

Regarding the appreciation of the President of the Republic, the survey reported an increase in the approval of the administration of President Gabriel Boric, rising from 33% to 38%.

The best evaluated political figures are Mayor Evelyn Matthei (64%), Governor Claudio Orrego (63%) and Mayor Germán Codina (62%). The worst evaluated were the deputy Diego Schalper (28%), the mayor Daniel Jadue (23%) and the PC helmsman Guillermo Teillier (15%).

Image: ATON Agency.

The latest Cadem survey report revealed that 76% of those consulted agree with the initiation of a new process for Chile to have a new Constitution and that 49% favored that the new constitutional process be defined through an entry plebiscite, which decides if there is to reform the current Magna Carta, or draft a new one.

In addition, 44% prefer a great political agreement to have a new constitutional convention, as determined by 80% of the population in the entry plebiscite held on October 25, 2020..

Regarding the best mechanism, 49% opted for a mixed Constitutional Convention, which is half elected and half a committee of experts appointed by Congress.

Regarding the content of the constituent debate, 78% prefer that the vote be compulsory; 74% are about to ensure the property and heritability of the pension funds; 73% opted for multiculturalism over multinationality; 68% chose the promotion and freedom of choice of all types of education; 67% favored freedom of choice in health over a single system; 60% want a bicameral congress and 50% prefer that gender parity not be mandatory for public sector positions.

Regarding the appreciation of the President of the Republic, the survey reported an increase in the approval of the administration of President Gabriel Boric, rising from 33% to 38%.

The best evaluated political figures are Mayor Evelyn Matthei (64%), Governor Claudio Orrego (63%) and Mayor Germán Codina (62%). The worst evaluated were the deputy Diego Schalper (28%), the mayor Daniel Jadue (23%) and the PC helmsman Guillermo Teillier (15%).

Image: ATON Agency.

Source: radio.uchile.cl

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