Show Chavez Closer to a New Electoral Triumph
HAVANA, Cuba, Apr 24 (acn)
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez garnered more than 50
percent of the voting intentions, ahead of the general
elections on October 7, according to a recent poll ran by
the Hinterlaces agency.
According to the survey,
youngsters and the most humble sectors are those who support
the Bolivarian leader.
Despite the campaign of false rumors about his health, which
generate anxiety and fears about Chavez’s ability to govern,
"Monitor Country-election in April 2012" found that 53
Venezuelans would vote for him if the election were held
the Argentinean news agency TELAM in its website.
The research showed that 34 would vote for Henrique Capriles,
According to these results, the current president has a
19-point lead, confirming that the vast majority of the
Venezuela rely on the recovery of Chavez’s and his ability
The survey asked about the issue related to the concern for
the poor: 65
percent said that Chavez is more concerned with the
only 22 chose Capriles.
It was also found that the current president retains the
support of most
of the young: 55 percent of respondents aged 18 to 34 years
old said they
would vote for him.
The study also found that 66 percent of respondents welcome
presidential administration, and two out of three consider
mandate has been "fair to good", "good" or "very good or
The data were provided by Oscar Schemel, director of
released by the Venezuelan News Agency.