A Reforma poll (3/16) showed that security concerns continued to dominate economic issues by a wide margin in Mexico City, with 65% saying that security was the principal problem in the capital. Twenty percent of respondents said they had been a victim of a crime in the prior 12 months, mostly personal assault. Only a quarter of victims said they reported the crime, with a most saying they had no confidence in the authorities or that it didn’t serve any purpose.
- Narrow advantage for Morena in last poll before Mexico State vote
- Award-winning crime journalist murdered
- Jorge Castañeda abandons quest as independent candidate for President; endorses Senator Armando Ríos Piter
- State of Mexico election still wide open
- Negotiating NAFTA
- Morena and PRI candidates tied in Mexico State