Thursday, July 06, 2006

38% of Bolivians Support Chavez’s Intervention


A recent survey by Apoyo, Opinión y Mercado states that 51% of Bolivians consider that Chavez “intervenes” on national affaires. 48% rejects Chavez’s intervention whereas 38% supports it.

I would think that 38% is an unusually large figure for any foreign politician meddling in national affairs anywhere in the world.

6 Comments:

At 11:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have comparable data from other countries?

 
At 11:10 PM, Blogger Camilo Pino said...

Not really but still 38% is more than a third. Look at it from this perspective, whoever wins in Mexico will make it with less than 38%, so it is a number high enough to get you into a national presidency.

 
At 11:13 PM, Blogger ERASMO said...

Bolivia is having a leadership crisis so big that they L O V E Evo Morales and like a foreign populist like Chavez.

 
At 10:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And almost half of Bolivians do not like his intervention....I think that is fairly significant.

-Mike

 
At 10:02 AM, Blogger Camilo Pino said...

It is indeed the most logical way of reading it. Most Bolivians unwelcome Chavez. However it susprises me that he can be also be welcomed by a large portion of the population. I think Erasmo defined it well, it is Bolivia's leadership crises.

 
At 11:33 PM, Blogger FeathersMcGraw said...

I agree with you, Camilo

 

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