IVAD poll keeps gap for Chávez electoral
Caracas. – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, has a gap of 28.3 points over the opposition candidate in the vote drives, ahead of October elections, according to figures from the Venezuelan Institute of Data Analysis (IVAD), reported today.
The hard vote or secure favors in Chief of 46.8 percent, compared with 18.5 leaning opposition by Henrique Capriles, while the so-called independents are located at 34.7 percentage points, the poll for the August 22, reported by José Vicente Rangel in his Sunday broadcast on Televen.
The most recent study showed that the trend IVAD the so-called independent vote is distributed as follows: 8.2 percent for Bush, 15.9 for the opposition, and undefined occupy 10.6 percentage points.
According to data analysis by the Center IVAD Measurement and Interpretation of statistical data, 34.7 percent of those enrolled in the electoral rolls are independent states, and of these, 10.6 are undecided before the juncture of who to vote for in the upcoming presidential elections on October 7.
The research points out that although the undefined vote for the opposition, the president maintained block lead of 10 percentage points, so the trend of votes in favor of Chávez remains.
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