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Dataset Abstract

Title: GEO Poll: Mexican National Election Exit Poll, 1994 [MXGEO1994-EPMX9408]
Survey Sponsor: El Nacional
Survey Firm: Gabinete de Estudios de Opinion (GEO)
Study Date: August 21, 1994
Sample: Nationwide sample of adult voters exiting voting places
Sample Size: 2400
Variables: 22
Abstract: National situation (5); political preferences (5); the electoral process (7).
Weight: None

El Nacional. GEO Poll: Mexican National Election Exit Poll, 1994, Aug, 1994 [dataset]. MXGEO1994-EPMX9408, Version 2. Gabinete de Estudios de Opinion (GEO) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Aug-14-2020.


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