Aug 14, 2015

Popularity of Venezuela's Maduro inches down to 24.3 percent - Channel NewsAsia

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's popularity fell to 24.3 percent in July, hurt by voracious inflation and shortages of goods ranging from spare parts to shampoo, according to respected local pollster Datanalisis.

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