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Opinion Briefing: Mexico's Drug War
Autor: Gallup
Five years after Mexico launched its aggressive war on drugs, Gallup finds fewer Mexicans reporting that gangs and drugs are commonplace where they live. Yet gangs remain a neighborhood fixture for 46% of Mexicans surveyed in 2011 and 33% said drug trafficking goes on. Fewer Mexicans feel safe and their confidence in their police and their military has decreased.
U.S. Satisfaction Ties 10-Month High
Autor: Gallup. Economy
Twenty-six percent of Americans are now satisfied with the way things are going in the country, up from 22% in February and 18% in January. Satisfaction has not been this high since last May when it previously hit 26% -- buoyed by the death of Osama bin Laden -- and before that, April 2010 when it was 27%.
The Generation Gap and the 2012 Election
Autor: Pew Research Center
In the last four national elections, generational differences have mattered more than they
have in decades. According to the exit polls, younger people have voted substantially
more Democratic than other age groups in each election since 2004, while older voters
have cast more ballots for Republican candidates in each election since 2006.
Does Humanitarian Aid Improve America´s Image?
Autor: Pew Research Center
Nearly a year ago, as Japan struggled with the devastation wrought by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, the United States military launched ?Operation Tomodachi,? a major humanitarian aid mission, to help the Japanese government respond to the crisis. The effort made a strong impression on the Japanese people ? ratings for the U.S. reached sky-high levels following the American mission. And it was not the first time that relief to those in need has enhanced America?s reputation. In recent years, both Indonesians and Pakistanis have expressed more positive views about the U.S. after receiving significant levels of disaster relief. However, the Indonesian and Pakistani examples also suggest that the impact of humanitarian efforts has its limits.
Half Say Obama Too Liberal, but 47% Agree With Him on Issues
Autor: Gallup
A slim majority of Americans, 51%, say Barack Obama's political views are "too liberal," a greater percentage than believe either of his main Republican challengers -- Rick Santorum (38%) or Mitt Romney (33%) -- is "too conservative." Americans are about equally as likely to say the views of Romney and Santorum are too conservative as "about right." Slightly more say Romney's views are too liberal than say this about Santorum.
Edelman Trust Barometer 2011. Resultados de México
Autor: Edelmar
Encuesta realizada en México, Brasil, Argentina, que mide y compara los resultados en temas como la confianza en instituciones, sociedad etc
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