Who Would Venezuelans Vote For if Elections Were Tomorrow – CNN’s Journalist Poll (Twitter)

The Argentine journalist and former CNN Spanish language anchor, Carlos Montero, started a Twitter poll thus week asking who Venezuelans would vote for in a fictional election between President Nicolás Maduro and Juan Guaidó.

The final result was 60 percent favoring current Venezuelan president Maduro, while only 40 percent would do so for the opposition deputy.

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Due to right-wing criticism Montero tweeted: “to those saying that my followers are Chavistas and that is why Maduro won, I remind them that a few months ago I launched another poll asking if they were in favor of US military aggression and 90% said yes.”

However, Colombian-Venezuelan journalist Juan Carlos Aguirre, a former worker at the NTN24 news portal and declared “anti-Chavista”, hoping to show that the results of Montero’s survey were not real, launched his own poll with a similar question. To his surprise, his query yielded worst results for Guaido: Nicolás Maduro 73.9% and Juan Guaidó 26.1%.

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Subsequently, Aguirre published a tweet in which he indicated that Ecuadorians, Bolivians, Nicaraguans, etc. had voted to try to hide the preference for President Maduro, even on Twitter.

“Anti-Chavista journalist (ex @ NTN24) publishes survey on alleged elections #Venezuela and @NicolasMaduro beat @jguaido by KO. Did the right lose confidence in their candidate? Who would they find to replace him?” Montero tweeted.

Source URL: La IguanaTV

Translated by JRE/EF

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