Thursday, July 16, 2009

O que o povo das honduras pensa afinal (cont.)

Mais pormenores sobre a sondagem da Gallup nas Honduras:

The nationwide survey — which was done after Zelaya was sent into forced exile in a military coup — shows Zelaya with 46 percent favorable and 44 unfavorable, compared to 30 favorable and 49 unfavorable for Micheletti.

Earlier findings from the same poll were released to The Associated Press by Gallup after La Prensa, a leading Honduran newspaper, published some of the results on Thursday. They showed that 46 percent of Hondurans opposed Zelaya's removal, 41 percent approved of it and 13 percent were unsure or declined to answer.

The face-to-face survey of 1,204 adults in all but two states showed Hondurans evenly divided on Zelaya himself, close to findings of a similar poll four months ago in which positive views outpaced negative by 4 percentage points.

The survey also asked Hondurans whether they felt Zelaya's removal was justified because he had pushed to add a question on a national ballot about whether to have a constitutional assembly, which the nation's highest court had ruled to be unconstitutional. Forty-one percent of respondents said this did justify his removal, while 28 percent said it didn't and 31 percent were unsure or declined to answer.

The survey was done from June 30 to July 4 and had an error margin of 2.8 percentage points, according to CID-Gallup, which is based in Costa Rica.

A esse respeito, parece que Zelaya é mais popular agora do que quando estava efectivamente no poder.

Entretanto, o recolher obrigatório foi re-imposto.

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