Majority of Venezuelans Think Constituent Assembly Will Protect Rights: Poll

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According to a poll by Hinterlaces, 54 percent of Venezuelans have full confidence that the National Constituent Assembly will successfully uphold the Constitution and safeguard their rights.

Journal of People

teleSUR| August 07, 2017

Members of the National Constituent Assembly pose for a group picture during its first session.

Members of the National Constituent Assembly pose for a group picture during its first session. | Photo: Reuters

According to a poll by Hinterlaces, 54 percent of Venezuelans have full confidence that the National Constituent Assembly will successfully uphold the Constitution and safeguard their rights.

Respondents agreed that the ANC would protect social achievements, such as social missions achieved during the Bolivarian Revolution.

The research was revealed on the Jose Vicente Hoy program Sunday and was composed of 1,580 interviews which were gathered between July 4 to 20.

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3 thoughts on “Majority of Venezuelans Think Constituent Assembly Will Protect Rights: Poll

  1. Good morning dear Red Kiwi. How can you trust “a poll” conducted by a propaganda vehicle like Telesur, which is one of the worst and basest pamphletary news outlets I have ever watched? As a South American who has family members living in Caracas( refugees of the terrible military dictatorship in Uruguay in the 80s) I deeply resent this mendacious posting. Come’ on!

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      • I’m inclined to agree with Systemic Disorder, molaplume. I’m not aware of any truly unbiased news sources – the ones that claim to be unbiased like the New York Times and Washington Post are the most blatant pro-CIA, pro-Pentagon vehicles. I think it’s important to form decisions based on a variety of sources. And this survey tends to support voter turnout percentages, which despite the opposition boycott were even higher than those Chavez enjoyed.

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