Living costs are a big worry for Central Americans, says new CID Gallup chief
Insecurity and high living costs are the main concerns of Central Americans, said Esteban Alvarez, the new general manager of CID Gallup in Costa Rica.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Alvarez said the main challenge he faces is to increase the capacity that has made CID Gallup Latinoamérica a full-service agency for regional coverage.
The presidents of El Salvador, Mauricio Funes, and Panama, Ricardo Martinelly, have 86% popularity.
The percentage of people who say they have been robbed or assaulted in the past four months: Honduras 33%, Guatemala 29%, El Salvador 28%, Panama, 22%, Costa Rica 21%, Nicaragua 19%.
Results of the 48th Guatemalan Business Survey done by the Association for Research and Social Studies (ASIES).
Mauricio Funes has an approval rating of 76%; he is followed by Ricardo Martinelli (66%), Laura Chinchilla (64%), Porfirio Lobo (60%), Alvaro Colom (50%) and Daniel Ortega (38%).
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