The Bolivarian nation at the hands of the elected president, Nicolas Maduro, now crosses one of its worst crises, because while the president is working to strengthen his external front on a tour around the countries of Mercosur -which costs the state more than $ 1 000 000-, the internal situation of the country is becoming more complicated due to the political crisis, to the severe economic situation and the shortages of basic products.
According to a survey of the Venezuelan Institute of Data Analysis (IVAD for its Spanish acronym), conducted on 1200 Venezuelans, 51.3% have a negative view of the situation in the country and 18% consider it very bad.
On the political crisis, six in 10 Venezuelans say it is unstable and 49% blame the government of Maduro.
If new elections were held, Capriles would win
IVAD polling firm also asked: If another electoral process is carried out, regardless of who you voted for on last April 14, for whom would you vote? 45.8% said they would vote for the former opposition candidate Henrique Capriles, compared to 40.8% who chose Maduro.