This September 1, the new measurement of the Invamer survey was revealed, which shows that the image of President Iván Duque continues to fall compared to the last measurement in July.
The survey, which was published by Blu Radio, reveals that the head of state disapproves of 75% while his favorability barely reaches 20%, one of the worst results obtained by the president in his three years in office. In July, Duque obtained in this same survey an unfavorable rating of 72% and a favorable rating of 23%.
In this same survey, other political figures in the country are measured. Senator Gustavo Petro remained stable in his favorable image with 35% and his unfavorable image is 46%.
For his part, according to Blu Radio, the former rector of the Universidad de Los Andes Alejandro Gaviria, who is the new presidential candidate, has an approval of 26% while his unfavorableness is 20%.
For his part, the also pre-candidate Sergio Fajardo has an approval of 40% and a negative image of 34%. Meanwhile, De la Calle reached a favorable rating of 44% and his negative image is 30%. Juan Manuel Galán lowered his unfavorable 4 points, reaching 16, while his favorable image rose 6 points, achieving 44.
The survey also revealed the image of the former mayor of Bogotá Enrique Peñalosa, with a 28% favorable rating, and a 58% unfavorable rating.
On the Uribe side, the candidate Óscar Iván Zuluaga has a positive image of 47% and an unfavorable one of 21%.