|Title:||GEO Poll: Third National Public Opinion Survey in Mexico, May 1995 [MXGEO1995-CP9505]|
|Survey Firm:||Gabinete de Opinion (GEO)|
|Study Date:||May 6-9, 1995|
|Sample:||Adult residents of Mexico|
Pace of changes(1); satisfaction with democracy(1); elections(1); interest in national politics(1); main information source(1); media(2); importance of vote(1); knowledge of political parties(7); need for a new political party(1); next presidential affiliation(1); situation of the country(6); main national problem(1); President Ernesto Zedillo job performance(5); knowledge of the names of government heads(17); job performance of government heads(17); government reorganization(3); More...
Gabinete de Opinion (GEO). GEO Poll: Third National Public Opinion Survey in Mexico, May 1995, May, 1995 [dataset]. MXGEO1995-CP9505. Gabinete de Opinion (GEO) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Aug-14-2020.
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