56.6% of respondents perceived positive Maduro’s management

Caracas, 03 Jun. AVN.- According to a survey conducted in the state of Carabobo between 1 and 16 May this year, by the Venezuelan Institute for Data Analysis (IVAD), 53.6% of respondents are satisfied that Nicolas Maduro was elected President of Venezuela, compared to 40.2% who do not agree.

On Sunday, Venezuelan journalist Jose Vicente Rangel explained the study by IVAD conducted last May, in his TV program Jose Vicente Today, aired on Televen private channel.

The survey also shows that 52.1% of respondents said they did not agree that the opposition does not recognize Nicolas Maduro as Venezuela’s president while 38.3% expressed agreement.

According to the study, 52.7% of respondents disagreed with the statements of former presidential candidate Henrique Capriles, on alleged irregularities in the election process last April 14, while 41.8% said they agreed.

The survey shows that 56.6% of respondents see as positive the beginning of Maduro’s management as head of state and 38.2% see it as negative.

 AVN 03/06/2013 09:37