Seriously? He was elected as a pro-business president in contrast to Cristina, who nationalized YPF (among other things). He was elected by people who wanted things to change. He promised an avalanche of foreign investments into the country (and new jobs and the economic boom). And all this has never come true.Under the previous administration, there was a modest decline in poverty and inequality and moderate economic growth. If Macro had been able to simply keep that going, he'd have been hailed as a statesman and a visionary. It's really as simple as that.
If the idea was to "keep that going", people would've just stayed with the K.