An axis that seems to have become the C Level Executive List structuring element of the political debate since at least the outbreak of 2019. The social outburst released a strong wave of indignation, but its position on C Level Executive List the left-right axis is diffuse. Despite the fact that several of the demands that emerged from it "sounded" to the left (social rights, environmentalism, feminism, etc.), the identity of the left was and continues to be weak in the country. According to data from the Center C Level Executive List for Public Studies, the percentage of people who identified.
With some position on the left-right, C Level Executive List axis fell from 65% in 2006 to 38% in 2019 and, in the same period, the percentage of the population that declared identifying with some party fell from 53% to 22%. Instead, anti-elite democratizing positions are much clearer. For example, in the latest C Level Executive List Latinobarometro survey, Chile maintained high levels of support for democracy, with 60%, but, at the same time, 86% responded that the country was governed in the interest C Level Executive List of the powerful and not of all the people (the highest value recorded for Chile and the fourth highest in Latin America for this version).
A few months ago, Bloombergtitled C Level Executive List an article, about Nicaragua, with the controversial conclusion that the region was once again falling into the governments of leaders who sought to concentrate power. Gabriel Boric's candidacy has been an example of exactly the opposite. His C Level Executive List youth (he is 35 years old), equated with "lack of experience", has at times been the preferred flank of attack by his opponents. But, with some cunning, his campaign has known C Level Executive List how to exploit that aspect to consolidate itself as a horizontal leadership, unusual in Chilean politics, accustomed to right-wing managers and left-wing messianism.