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According to the monthly pulse-check survey by Peru's benchmark pollster Ipsos/Apoyo today, Ollanta Humala has a 56% approval rating in his country. Here's how that score stacks up against the previous months:
He's holding the mark quite well, isn't he? Steady as she goes in the non-honeymoon 2012 period so far and frankly, anything about 50% in Peru is a good score if you remember the single digit scores Toledo had or the at-or-around 30% numbers that Twobreakfasts 'enjoyed' all through his tenure.
Have to wonder what will happen when Ollanta sends the troops into Conga, though...