40% of Peru’s population believe that members of new government have sympathies for Shining Path -survey

The survey was carried out among 1,212 people in 24 departments and in the province of Callao between September 23 and 24, with a margin of error of 2.815 and a confidence margin of 95 percent, according to Ipsos Peru.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Forty percent of the Peruvian population believes that members of Pedro Castillo's government have sympathies for the Shining Path and the Movadef organization, which they link to the terrorist group, according to a poll published this Sunday.

The Ipsos Peru poll reveals that only 27% of those polled consider that Castillo's administration does not have any sympathy with the group. In comparison, 23% affirm a "significant presence" of Shining Path and Movadef within the Executive.

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