Correa, Morales, Mujica in Top 5 Most Popular Leaders in World

Five progressive Latin American presidents rank among the 10 most popular in the world. 

mujica correa moralesA survey by the Association of Political Communication found that the presidents of Ecuador, Bolivia, and Uruguay were among those with the highest popularity, globally.

Cristina Fernandez ArgentinaMichelle BacheletEcuadorean President Rafael Correa received 79 percent approval, only preceded by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Then came Bolivian President Evo Morales with 75 percent, followed by Uruguayan President Jose Mujica with 65 percent. The sixth and ninth most popular positions are also occupied by progressive Latin American leaders, respectively by Agentine President Cristina Fernandez Kirchner and Chilean President Michelle Bachelet.

On the other hand, the right-wing president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, registered the sharpest drop of popularity, from 51 percent in October 2014 to a measly 33 percent currently.

Source: Correa, Morales, Mujica in Top 5 Most Popular Leaders in World TeleSUR

One thought on “Correa, Morales, Mujica in Top 5 Most Popular Leaders in World

  1. Of course that Zionist puppet of Mexico was placed there in office by the same gangsters that have enslaved the “Western” world. He never won the elections, he was placed there to finalize the privatization of the last and biggest industries that belonged to the Mexican people which are the Oil Industry, the Telephone Companies and the Energy Companies that are now in private hands to exploit the resources and suck the profits out of the country. while millions of people starve to death.

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