Collapses the image of Macri following a wave of protests in Argentina

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The protests against the economic policies of Macri intensified since March. | Photo: Reuters

48 percent of Argentines disapprove the Government of Mauricio Macri and 74 percent rejected their economic policies, revealed a survey of the Universidad de San Andrés and Ipsos.
In addition, the rate of satisfaction with the performance of the Argentine Government is located on 37 points, the lowest since Macri assumed the Presidency in December 2015.

March to the Plaza de Mayo, #BuenosAires. Estimated one hundred thousand people protest against Macri economic policy. #argentina pic.twitter.com/ZpP0laVphp – Eugenia Rodríguez (@eugeniacattaneo) March 30, 2017 #Congreso not cut Street, were not masked, had asked for permission. It is not the form but the content: Macri banned protest. pic.twitter.com/HrXp6UT3Vm

— Valeria Fgl (@valeriafgl) 10 de abril de 2017

 
Solo el 20 por ciento ve la economía como buena. In addition, 39 percent believe that the country will improve in 2018, 31 percent considered that it will be worse and the 25 per cent that will remain the same.
The survey specifies the perception of the image of the Government varies according to the social segment. The richest (ABC1 segment) has a higher than average levels (C2 and C3) approval and low (d/e).
“While at ABC1, the level of approval is 54 percent, in the lower strata is 39 percent”, said the survey.

As legislators we accompany teachers who were repressed by the Government of Macri to a peaceful protest for wage claims. pic.twitter.com/3mzb6Ca6WL – Axel Kicillof (@Kicillofok) April 10, 2017 > Argentines maintain strike for wage claims Macri