“Seventy percent of Venezuelans are ready to participate in the country’s presidential election, but without President Nicolas Maduro as a candidate,” said a survey conducted by the UCAB Center for Policy Studies and the Venezuelan Catholic University of Andres Bello.
According to the Venezuelan newspaper, there will be changes in the CNE, such that Tebessa Lucena is no longer in charge of the electoral authority due to her close relationship with Maduro and his whole government.
According to the study, 64.6% of Venezuelans expressed their willingness to vote in the event of a presidential election, and the opposition will receive 67% of the vote, meaning that 33% of the votes will be in the interest of Maduro, noting that the size of the Venezuelan diaspora is the main factor Could affect the opposition vote.
“There is a difference in perceptions about the possibility of change in Venezuela this year, rising from 38.7 percent in November to 50.6 percent in May,” Benigno Alarcon, director of the political center, said. “The fact that 54.7 percent believe opposition leader Juan Guido will win Conflict vs. 27.3% believes it will be with Maduro.