According to a study made by the firm Datin Corp., the advantage of the “Chavismo” and its candidate Nicolas Maduro, over the opposition candidate Henrique Capriles, has dropped from 10.7 to 8 points since last October, for the elections in Venezuela, to be held after two weeks.
The new survey, conducted between March 15 and 18, provides Maduro with a vote intention of 45%, versus 37% for Capriles. 11% of respondents are undecided, and 7% said they would not vote, according to the study.
Regarding young voters, 44% (18 to 24 years old) said they would vote for Nicolas Maduro, while 41% would vote for Henrique Capriles.
Regarding gender, Maduro is supported by 48% of men and 44% of women, while Capriles is supported by 37% of men and 40% of women.
The survey was conducted among 2,272 voters, with a margin of error of 1.7%.