The National Television Council (CNTV), delivered a balance of the television slot of the exit constitutional plebiscite, estimating that 9 million people were those who saw the contents in favor of the two options: Approval and Rejection.
Through its Department of Studies, the CNTV surveyed 2,022 people. Of them, 80% considered it important that an electoral slot be issued, in contrast to 55% who had the same opinion regarding the last presidential election or 57% in the case of the elections for the conventional election.
On the other hand, 66.3% indicated that the segments served to differentiate between both positions. 20% affirmed that they changed their intention to vote after seeing the plebiscite fringe.
It should be remembered that the slot was broadcast for the first time on Friday, August 5 and ended on September 1, thus completing 28 days of broadcasting and an average of over 36 rating points in the night broadcasts, at 8:45 p.m. hours.
“As usually happens with television programs, the largest number of people who declare having seen the electoral time slot is in the segment over 50 years old: 74%,” closed the CNTV.