As financial problems continue in Venezuela, it's estimated that roughly 90 percent of the population is living in poverty.
Reports suggest that the current government regime in the region has been allegedly enticing people to vote in exchange for food. And some allege that this is how the president has managed to stay in power, despite the growing economic and political issues etc that the country faces which have occurred and been seemingly exacerbated under his watch.
One recent poll that was conducted by Meganalisis, suggests that many Venezuelans are only getting to eat one time per day, roughly 30 percent.
More than 80 percent favor intervention in the country...
Military intervention, which is what some have proposed as a response to the crisis, is a move that certainly wouldn't benefit the people in the region and likely make things much worse for them.
The same poll estimates that roughly 20 percent say they would eventually leave the country if Maduro continues to remain in power and the economic situation doesn't get any better.
As far as turning to military intervention as a solution to the problem, there are at least 10 countries so far, including Chile and Brazil, that have issued a statement, asserting that they reject the notion of turning to military intervention as a response to the Maduro crisis.