The rejection rate against him increased by 10 percent compared with the results of a survey conducted in December.
"Two months into his term, the dissatisfaction against Sagasti's administration increased by 12 points," El Comercio reported.
The lack of popularity also reached Peru's Prime Minister Violeta Bermudez, who registered only 25 percent of approval and 49 percent of dissatisfaction.
"We have had some communication issues, and I am very sorry," Bermudez apologized after criticism from the population against the Council of Ministers.
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