The national government remains concerned about the polls. Almost two-thirds of the population considers that the country’s course is wrong and disapproves of the government’s management. Furthermore, most of the public opinion believes that hate speech is promoted by Kirchnerism and also thinks that the attack against Cristina Kirchner It was an armed act to improve his image, although the Justice has already said that it was an assassination attempt.
“The pollster, Zuban Cordoba, which usually polls for Peronism, asks: What approval do you have from the national government? 69.2% say that it is negative and 29.3% say that it is positive. On the other hand, see What direction is the country going? More than 70% say that the country is going in the wrong direction and 20% maintain that it is going in the right direction,” journalist Maximiliano Montenegro told A24.
“Which sector do you think has more responsibility for sowing and spreading hate speech in Argentina? 36.6% say that it is the national government, followed by 24.2% the media and journalists; 12.5% from Together for Change and 11.1% from social networks”, said Montenegro before the attentive gaze of the channel’s panelists.
«Another survey by Giacobbe & Asociados asks people about the attack against Cristina Kirchner. 65.1% say that it was a montage by Kirchnerism, 17.5% affirm that it was organized by the opposition and 15.9% maintain that it was an act of a madman on the loose. Beyond the fact that the Justice has said that it was not a setup and that it was indeed an assassination attempt against Cristina Kirchner, “said the communicator.
Sergio Massa: the wild card of Kirchnerism
Later, political analyst Alejandro Katz took the floor to analyze the positive impact that Sergio Massa’s arrival in the Government had. «Society was looking at a much deeper crisis than that of 2001 as an option and did not see a promising future. Massa may be the guy who captures a certain social benevolence because he avoided failure and got out of the crisis », pointed out the political specialist.
“On the other hand, the unions are not confronting to preserve employment. Massa moved society away from the precipice of 1 month and a half ago. If the macroeconomic climate calms down, we must begin to discuss other issues such as the style of development that this country should have”, Katz concluded with a very detailed analysis.