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The Coronavirus pandemic has spread throughout the world and Latin
America has not been able to escape from its
health, economic and social impacts. The economic shutdown as a result
of a combination of stringent measures (selfquarantines, mandatory quarantines, limited capacity of people in commercial stores, factories and offices, border
closures, etc.), is generating profound economic and social impacts. In the labor market this means shocks to both supply and demand.
The study utilizes statistical tools to investigate trends and drivers of satisfaction with political regime performance in the region as well as the ways in which relevant dynamics may differ across demographic and socio-economic groups.