S.Korean president's approval rating hits fresh low at 4 pct

By REUTERS
November 25, 2016 03:58

 
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SEOUL - South Korean President Park Geun-hye's approval rating fell to 4 percent amid a deepening political crisis, marking an all-time low for any democratically elected leader in the country, according to a Gallup Korea poll released on Friday.

Her approval rating slipped one percentage point from a week ago, while her disapproval rating rose three points to 93 percent, the poll showed.Park's presidency has been rocked by allegations that a close friend used her ties to the leader to meddle in state affairs and wield improper influence.



Gallup Korea, based in Seoul, is not affiliated with U.S.-based Gallup, Inc.

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