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What the latest survey of the most anti-K consultant says (and one of Patricia Bullrich's favorites)


It's Jorge Giacobbe, a regular on TV shows. How big is the Frente de Todos today for the 2023 elections?

Jorge Giacobbe

was, as he recalled before


this week, a deputy from the Frente de Todos who wants to be a candidate in the

2023 elections

, one of the pollsters who best predicted the legislative elections of two years ago, especially in the complex territory of Buenos Aires.

That last time, and unlike 2019, his numbers that predicted a macrista victory materialized.

And what does the analyst say now,

the most anti-K

circulating in the media and

one of Patricia Bullrich's favorites



the electoral rejection of the Government is reaching a new record


The survey carried out by


this Wednesday was carried out between March 8 and 12, with

2,500 online cases

throughout the country.

Results were presented with +/- 2% margin of error.

In addition to the electoral data on the ruling party, the report included a

table of images with the main leaders/candidates

, more questions about the economy and the complex situation in the city of Rosario.

Regarding this last topic:

- For 59.6% of those interviewed, "in Argentina there are drug cartels and it is publicly known."

- 59.3% believe that "in Rosario there is more drug trafficking than in the rest of the country."

Analyst Jorge Giacobbe, before the 2019 election.

- An even higher percentage (66.5%) agreed with "militarizing Rosario to combat drug trafficking."

Regarding the economy, almost 70% support in their own way the idea of ​​the "bomb plan" that the current administration would be leaving behind.

"The government is delaying the problems to leave them to the next government," they reply.

up the hard

As for the image measurements, it is notorious how tough-profile leaders prevail in the table,

including Cristina Kirchner


The options to qualify them include the "regular" option and this plays against moderates like Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Juan Schiaretti, since the ranking is ordered by "positive".

With this logic, the podium is occupied by:

- The aforementioned

Bullrich: 43.4% positive

, 13.7% regular, 38% negative and 4.9% "don't know / don't answer".


Javier Milei: 29.8% positive

, 20% regular, 42.6% negative and 7.6% "don't know / don't answer".


Mauricio Macri: 27.6% positive

, 21.3% regular, 49.7% negative and 1.3% "don't know / don't answer".

Jorge Giacobbe's latest national survey: images of the main leaders.

In a second step are located:


Cristina Kirchner: 25.4% positive

, 3.5% regular, 70.5% negative and 0.6% "don't know / don't answer".


Horacio Rodríguez Larreta: 18.8% positive

, 29.9% regular, 47.2% negative and 4.1% "don't know / don't answer".


Daniel Scioli: 13.8% positive

, 18.3% regular, 62.7% negative and 5.1% "don't know / don't answer".

The latest national survey by Jorge Giacobbe.

The image of the main leaders.

And at the bottom of the list, they close:


Sergio Massa: 10.4% positive

, 19.1% regular, 66.2% negative and 4.3% "don't know / don't answer".


Alberto Fernández: 9.9% positive

, 19.3% regular, 69.9% negative and 0.9% "don't know / don't answer".


Juan Schiaretti: 5.5% positive

, 27% regular, 43.5% negative and 24% "don't know / don't answer".

Frente de Todos 2023: low floor and high rejection

Regarding the

electoral chapter



repeats the question that he began to ask in June 2020, when the country was scared and focused on the coronavirus pandemic, and the analyst began to assess what was the

position of the people regarding the Front of All


The latest national survey by Jorge Giacobbe.

The vote of the Frente de Todos, in a floor of 23.7%.

In this latest poll, the ruling party maintains its floor of last month (23.7% want him to "win" the presidential election), but rejection grows: 62.8% want him "to lose."

Complete 12.1% that "doesn't matter" and 1.4% "don't know / don't answer".

look also

Alert in the Government: a new survey shows Juntos vote to vote with the ruling party in the Province

Rosario effect?

An electoral survey measured in Santa Fe and the Frente de Todos did very badly

Source: clarin

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