Pollsters Show Nicolas Maduro as Candidate With More Than 50% of the Voting Intention

While Edmundo González, the opposition candidate, has about 20 percent of potential voters.

On Monday, different US polling centers based in Venezuela, showed that President Maduro has more than 52 percent of the voting intention, thus having a great advantage over all the remaining candidates.

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While Edmundo González, the opposition candidate, has about 20 percent of potential voters.

In a note published by Univsión, which was deleted shortly after its publication, it is stated that concern has grown among the different opposition parties, since María Corina Machado, has failed to amass a notable voting intention.

Univision noted “María Corina Machado has failed to endorse her political capital to the diplomat González Urrutia, this despite the fact that in recent weeks there has been a change of tactics”, thus demonstrating the futile attempts of the opposition for poscicionary against the Great Patriotic Pole.

This has made the numbers of the pollster show that, far from capitalizing votes, it has been losing them and it is President Maduro in command of the Great Patriotic Pole that has regained ground.

#Venezuela | The consulting firm IdeaDatos published a survey showing that President Nicolas Maduro continues to lead in voting intentions ahead of the July 28 elections.https://t.co/1UiJ6gIpd7

— teleSUR English (@telesurenglish) May 28, 2024

Despite the two big candidates still 18.3% have not decided who to vote for, all this one month from the presidential elections, close to be held on July 28.