Maduro needs to go, 90% of VenezuelansCollage: Еспресо.TV

63.3 per cent want to see the President of Venezuela Juan, Guido

17.03.19 13100

Venezuelan Meganalisis sociological service conducted a survey, the results of which the newspaper El Nacional.

The results showed that 88.9% of the inhabitants of the country called for the addition of Nicolas Maduro from the presidential office.

Against this is 8.8% of the population, and 2.2% did not answer the question.

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63.3 per cent want to see the President of Venezuela Juan, Guido, undecided 22.5 percent, Maduro is 5%, 9,1% – are not satisfied with both policies.

The survey was conducted from March 11 to 14 in the 16 most populated States and 32 cities. It was attended by 1.1 million people. The margin of error for the survey was 3.3%.

As previously reported by the Focus:

  • Mass protests began in Venezuela on the night of January 23. The initiator of the protests was the Brazilian leader of the opposition, Juan Guido who appointed himself acting President.
  • The US President Donald trump was the first to recognize the legitimacy of Guido.
  • Acting President Maduro Nicolas in response severed diplomatic relations with the United States.
  • Russia called Maduro’s legitimate President, and said the attempt of “usurpation of power” by the opposition.
  • 4 February eight European Union countries have recognized the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido interim President of the country.
  • Advisor to the President for national security John Bolton stated that the United States plans to form a coalition with the goal of peaceful regime change in Venezuela.