translated from Spanish: Cadem: Approval to Carabineros reached lower levels since social crisis

Approval of government management amid the pandemic fell 11 points in the Cadem Plaza Pública survey released this day, reaching 35%.
Respondents said 57% agree with the disconfining measures (that their commune comes out or has left mandatory quarantine), whereo the fear of catching covid-19 fell by 4 points and stood at 58%.
In the evaluation of the institutions, approval of Carabineros’ work fell from 42% to 36%, and reached the levels of police work during the social crisis in October.
71% of respondents said they were in favour of forming a new police force specializing in law enforcement, independent of Carabineros.
The Medical College and the POI were the institutions with the best evaluation, and reached support of 77% and 74%, respectively.
In the presidential race, the mayors of Las Condes, Joaquín Lavín, and De Recoleta, Daniel Jadue, led the poll with 7%, followed by the mayor of Providencia, Evelyn Matthei, with 5%, and the former presidential candidate and former deputy, José Antonio Kast, with 3%.
Approval for the president’s management, Sebastián Piñera, fell by 6 points to 18%, as rejection of his work grew by nine percentage units and stood at 75%.

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