Make of this what you will: when Consultores 21 asks voters outright whether they will vote for Chávez or Capriles, 7.7% say they’re undecided. When, instead, they give voters a mock ballot and some privacy to fill it out, the number of undecideds falls to 4.8%, with nearly all of them going to Capriles.
It’s not on a scale to explain Datanalisis’s much larger number of undecideds, but it’s…provocative.
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