56% Spanish support the legitimate government of Nicolás Maduro
The Electomanía survey consulted the Spaniards about who they considered was the legitimate president of Venezuela. Only 43.7% responded Juan Guaidó, while 56.7% said they recognized Maduro as the legitimate authority of the Caribbean country.
In terms of political parties, voters of Unidos Podemos, (coalition made up by Podemos), and PSOE support the Venezuelan president.
Who strongly supports Guaidó? The followers of Vox, party of the extreme Spanish right.
– Maduro has more than 60% in Catalonia, the Basque Country, Galicia, Navarra and Asturias.
– Madrid is the main autonomous community that supports the self-proclaimed, with 58% of the total population.