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Venezuela among the Most Positive Countries, Gallup Says

Venezuelan children outside newly built government housing (archive)

A new survey by the Washington, DC-based public opinion pollster Gallup finds that Latin Americans are the most positive people in the world, and Venezuela is tied for second place among all countries measured.

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Few Surprises in Latin American Poll: US Foes Still among the More Democratic Regimes in Latin America, According to their People

Kevin Young analyses this year's "Latinobarómetro", a report which surveys public opinion in 18 Latin American countries. Released on October 28th, the poll reveals that the majority of Venezuelan citizens value their government as democratic, whilst 77% of the national population "support democracy".

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Venezuelans more Satisfied with Life, According to Inter-American Development Bank

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) carried out a study between November 2005 and December 2007 with 40,000 people to determine what economic and social factors most affect individual perceptions about their lives and their countries.

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