The political party Nuevas Ideas (N) leads the political sympathy of 33.9% of Salvadorans, or a third of the population. According to his December 2022 survey conducted by UCA’s University Public Opinion Research Institute (Iudop), six out of ten Salvadorans, or 58.4% of the population, do not have a preferred political party. Hmm.
El Salvador’s remaining political parties accounted for 4.8% of mentions as preferred political parties. Nearly 32 points away from Nuevas Ideas, the Nationalist Republican Alliance (Arena) is his second with 2%. 1.3% prefer FMLN, 0.9% prefer Gana, 0.2% prefer PDC and another 0.2% mention Vamos. According to the survey, 0.1% chose PCN and 0.1% chose Nuestro Tiempo.
Sympathy for the Cyan Party rose slightly compared to a survey conducted in September 2022 (where Nuevas Ideas showed 27%), up almost 7 points. However, it still falls short of his favorable rating in May 2022 when he reached 44.1%.
Overall, sympathy for the opposition fell from 6.3% to 4.8%. Arena has stagnated at that 2%, where he dropped from his 3.3% in May 2022 to 2% in September. FMLN dropped from 2.4% to 1.3%. Vamos increased from 0.1 to 0.2. Our Time decreased from 0.2 to 0.1.
Salvadoran political ideology is centered and slightly right-leaning, with an average of 5.51 and a median (most mentioned number) of 6, with 1 left and 10 right.
The survey found that the majority disapprove of authoritarianism or a system of no counterweight within government, with 73.3% “opposing” the president centralizing all powers in the country without anyone controlling them. “doing.
Source: Diario Elmundo