A survey revealed a huge advantage of Edmundo González over Nicolás Maduro in the presidential election.

Edmundo González Urrutia, Venezuelan presidential candidate of the PUD party, gives an interview at his home in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, April 24, 2024. The Democratic Unity Platform (PUD) is a coalition of 10 opposition parties participating in the presidential election. Elections will be held on July 28. (AP Photo/Evan Reyes)

Venezuelan pollster Meganalisis published the results of a survey Edmundo González Urrutia's big advantage over Nicolás Maduro July 28 elections in Venezuela. And a paper published Monday shows just that Maria Corina Machado He is considered to be the most trusted and reliable politician in the South American country

To the question, which of these candidates will you vote for in the 2024 elections? 32.4% said they would do so for González Urrutia of the Democratic Unitary Platform (PUD), the main opposition candidate for the presidential election in Venezuela. Only 11.2% indicated they would vote for Maduro. Also, 33.1% said they don't know who they will vote for and 19.3% said they won't vote for anyone.

According to the survey, 53.2% said they did not know a PUD candidate. This is, in part, good news because it indicates that he has plenty of room to grow in the polls.

The same question was asked which of these candidates would you vote for in the 2024 elections, but María Corina pitted Machado against Maduro. This time, The results for the opposition leader were overwhelming: 75.4% would vote for him, while only 8.6% would support the Chavista dictator..

Machado is also, with 75.9%, the most trusted and trusted politician in Venezuela, while only 6.1% trust and trust Nicolás Maduro.

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Machado's support for Gonzalez Urrutia is the main reason why 76.2% of people will vote for him, while 19.5% will do so because he is the unity candidate.

Finally, 91.8 of those surveyed believe that Machado should continue mobilizing until the end of the presidential campaign in Venezuela.

The opposition leader toured the country and encouraged anti-Chavismo people to vote in elections for change.

Last Friday, Machado An accomplished Massive call Inside Duran, he arrived in the Portuguese state of Venezuela as part of a two-day tour he is leading. The former partner in Ospino and Píritu collapsed on the streets of the city -Old Chavista stronghold where the ruling party won with 70% of the votes. Hundreds of followers turned up to show their support – knowing he had formally dropped out of the presidential race – and their desire for change in the country.

Videos circulated on social networks showed the political leader delivering his traditional speeches and then reciting his slogans with the neighbors with determination. “Let's go to the end”, “Let's move forward” And “We Trust You” These are some of the slokas they said. Also, the opposition leader was given a grand welcome in the villages of Las Matas and Sorro Gonzalero, where people awaited him with flags and placards.

For his part, Gonzalez Urrutia released a video last week, his first since being elected as a candidate, in which he showed Committed to fighting thousands of enemies at home and abroadWho expects to return Democratic order After years of dictatorship.

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“We face the challenge of betting on the recovery of Venezuela. No one can be indifferent to the plight of millions of our compatriots when inflation persists, currency loses real value, health and education services, inequality, poor water and electricity services damage and hinder daily life. Economic development, families separated by mass immigration even at the risk of their own existence,” he began, adding from the PUD. “We are committed to a Venezuela for allNo one is afraid of being persecuted for their views”, highlights “We are committed to making a difference It guarantees the freedom of political prisoners, the return of exiles (…) and the embrace of public powers, so that their freedom prevails.

Esmond Harmon

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