Hinterlaces: 73% of Venezuelans reject US economic sanctions

By AVN

(AVN) – 73% of Venezuelans reject that the United States (US) apply new economic sanctions against Venezuela as a mechanism to try to overthrow the president of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro.

This refers the most recent survey of the polling firm Hinterlaces.

The study, based on 1,580 direct interviews between May 24th and June 9th and presented on Sunday in the program José Vicente Hoy, broadcast by Televen, also reveals that 25% said they agreed with the sanctions.

According to the survey, 76% of Venezuelans disagree with a foreign intervention in Venezuela, an action promoted by sectors of the national and international right, while 23% of those consulted approved a scenario of this type.

On the other hand, 68% of the Venezuelan population considers incorrect the decision of some opposition parties not to participate in the last presidential elections. Another 31% of those consulted consider the decision correct.

Likewise, 56% disagree in calling for presidential elections again by the end of the year, a topic that has been raised by opposition sectors. Meanwhile, 43% agree with this proposal.

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