Only 43 percent of those interviewed gave the president’s management a good grade since Luis Guillermo Solís took office on May 8. Some 55 percent said the new administration has done little or nothing to make good on its campaign promises.
Mexico plays its first World Cup match today at 10 a.m. versus Cameroon. And you can bet Ticos will be rooting against Mexico. A new poll by YouGov and The New York Times' Upshot confirmed this ostensible feeling as fact.
According to a polling analyst in the U.S., the daily La Nación’s canceled UNIMER poll likely would have been the most useful survey for accurately predicting the election – the exact opposite of what the daily told its readers.