Sinaloa and Yucatan Governors with the highest approval ratings

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ONLY 12 OUT OF 32 HAVE A 50% OR HIGHER APPROVAL RATING

Only 12 out of 32 governors of the country have 50% or more of the approval of the citizenship of their entities. The average national approval was 48.4%, a figure lower than that registered in April, which was 48.9 percent.

Endorses its governor 1 out of every 2 citizens

Only 12 out of 32 governors of the country have 50% or more of the approval of the citizenship of their entities. The average national approval was 48.4%, a figure lower than that registered in April, which was 48.9 percent.

The Mitofsky Chapter Ranking: Governors of Mexico on citizen approval, carried out for El Economista, reveals that Mauricio Vila (PAN), governor of Yucatán, obtained first place with 71.5%; in second place was Quirino Ordaz (PRI), governor of Sinaloa, with 71%, and with 64.6%, in third place was the governor of Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme, also a PRI member.

Compared to April, 14 leaders increased their approval percentage in May; In addition to Vila, it was the case of the governors of Baja California Sur, Querétaro, Baja California, Guanajuato, Tlaxcala, Sonora, San Luis Potosí, Veracruz, Michoacán, Campeche, State of Mexico, Puebla and Morelos.

Source: eleconomista.com.mx

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