Most Bolivians support President Evo Morales'' administration, started in 2006, revealed a poll published on Sunday by Cambio daily.
The newspaper said 54 percent of the people that live in the cities of La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz and El Alto supports the Executive.
Those polled said Morales cares about and helps the poor, and highlighted distribution of economic aid, as Juancito Pinto bond to school children, Dignity Rent pension to the elderly, and Juana Azurduy bond to pregnant women and minors under two years of age.
The Opinion Bolivia report by private Ipsos APOYO Company said the poll, carried out in May, showed the people's support for Evo Morales increased in six percent, in relation to the 48 percent revealed in March of the present year.
Other people polled highlighted as achievements by the current Bolivian government nationalization of hydrocarbons in May, 2006 and the economic and social changes experienced.
They also spoke about the recovery of strategic entities, as the National Telecommunication Company and British Air BP Oil Company to guarantee aircraft oil supply.
Morales also issued five decrees to favor workers in May, 2009, regarding a compensation for 90 working days, labor rights, occupational security, a bond to public servants and a regulation about the union contribution, those polled said.