According to the survey, the governor of Sinaloa has approval of 70.1 percent
Mexico. According to a report by Consulta Mitofsky, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, governor of Sinaloa, was the best approved by his citizens.
The Sinaloa Governor has the approval of 70.1 percent, according to the chapter “Governors and governments of Mexico: Citizen Approval August 2021” of the Mitofsky Consultation.
They are followed by Mauricio Vila, from Yucatán, with 69.7 percent; Miguel Riquelme, from Coahuila, with 64.7 percent; Jaime Bonilla, from Baja California, with 64.1 percent, and Francisco Domínguez, from Querétaro, with 62.6 percent.
On the other hand, the worst evaluated governor by his citizens was Javier Corral, from Chihuahua, who has the approval of 29.4 percent.
Other worst evaluated governors were Jaime Rodríguez El Bronco, from Nuevo León, with 32.9 percent; Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, from Tamaulipas, with 43 percent; Ignacio Peralta, from Colima, with 35.1 percent and Antonio Echevarría, from Nayarit, who has 36.8 percent approval.
Claudia Sheinbaum, from Mexico City, was ranked ninth with an approval of 53.4 percent, while Claudia Pavlovich, from Sonora, was evaluated with 51.1 percent
In the section of best-evaluated governors by political party, the classification was as follows:
PAN: 1.- Mauricio Vila (Yucatán), with 69.5 percent, Francisco Domínguez Servién (Querétaro), with 62.6 percent, and Carlos Mendoza (Baja California Sur), with 60.9 percent.
PRI: Quirino Ordaz (Sinaloa), with 70.1 percent; Miguel Riquelme (Coahuila), with 64.7 percent, and Héctor Astudillo (Guerrero), with 53.5 percent.
Morena: Jaime Bonilla (Baja California) with 64.1 percent; Claudia Sheinbaum (CDMX), with 53.4 percent, and Cuitláhuac García (Veracruz), with 51.2 percent.