…and they do not look good for Gorilletti:Chart by Otto; figures by NarcoNews and Honduras Coup 2009, which also offers the following insights:
And now we know why anti-coup Hondurans have taken Liliana Felipe’s anthem to fearlessness as their battle hymn, too:When truth and majority opinion are on your side, you have no fear–but your enemies have much to fear from you! That’s why Gorilletti has NOT rescinded the crackdown, but maintains it to this day.
51% of those polled support the return of President Zelaya, and while 33% oppose it, this is far lower than the claimed overwhelming majority support cited by all those angry email writers [who claimed that a majority of Hondurans supported the coup].Assessments of the favorable/unfavorable ratings in the same poll show President Zelaya and First Lady Xiomara Castro de Zelaya as the two most favorably judged political figures in the country.Someone get Rep Aaron Schock, Sen Jim DeMint, and Connie Mack on the phone– I am sure they will want to revise their mischaracterizations of Honduran popular opinion.And meanwhile, those of us hearing every day from concerned Hondurans against the coup, and for the restoration of constitutional government, can rest assured that this is the actual majority opinion.To the repeated question, what were the coup authors afraid of on June 28? we now have the answer: the truth.