Pamela Jiles displaced Daniel Jadue and ranked as the second presidential card with the most preferences behind Joaquín Lavín, according to the latest Pulso Ciudadano poll.
According to the measurement -which included 1,035 cases with national coverage, corresponding to the first fortnight (November 12-14) of November- the mayor of Las Condes leads with 13.3%, followed by the parliamentarian of the Humanist Party, who obtained (9.6%).
The communal head of Recoleta appears in the third position, with 8.7%.
Further behind are Evelyn Matthei (7.0%), Franco Parisi (5.3%), José Antonio Kast (3.3%), Michelle
Bachelet (2.5%), Leonardo Farkas (2.2%) Heraldo Muñoz (1.7%), Carlos Montes (1.5%) and Rodolfo Carter (1.5%).
The survey also considered other consultations, among them, the interest in participating directly in the Constituent Convention (CC) and how worried Chileans are about the coronavirus pandemic.
So, 30.4% of the population would like to be a member of the body that will write a new fundamental letter, 34.3% men and 26.7% women.
In the breakdown, preferences are divided by 38.15% of the high segment (ABC1) and 27.5% of the low segment (DE).
Meanwhile, regarding the situation derived from covid-19, a 75.8% declare they are very concerned or worried that the coronavirus is in Chile.
50.7% consider that Chile is staying the same in terms of pandemic control, 22.2% that it is getting worse, and 27.1% that it is improving.
When asked about the perception of contracting the virus, 48.5% consider that they are at medium risk, 29.1% at high risk and 20.3% at low risk.
Approval of Piñera downwards and withdrawal of 10% 2.0
According to the latest Pulso Ciudadano survey, the approval of President Sebastián Piñera registers a significant variation in relation to the measurement of the second half of October: it went from 15.4% to 12.3% in the first half of November.
On the other hand, disapproval is 74.3%.
The same occurs with the approval of the Cabinet that reaches only 12.4%, which represents a decrease of 1.1 points compared to the previous measurement (13.5%).
Here, disapproval is 75.4%.
Regarding the bill that allows a second withdrawal of 10% of pension savings – and that should be processed this week in the Senate – 88.3% strongly agree / agree.
Only 6.6% strongly disagree / disagree.
Check the full survey here