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Mexico Security at Forefront with its Citizens

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Regional surveys held in Mexico show that 47% of its citiznes believe that 2011 was worse than compared to the previous year and 62% believe that this year will be better. Top concern was national security.

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Original Article Text From CNN Mexico via Google Translate :

The Mexicans want most is security by 2012, according to survey
The Mexicans want most for the country in 2012 is security, according to a survey on how citizens feel the beginning of the year.

28% of respondents wanted security, followed by the creation of jobs with 11% and improvements in the economy with 10%, as reported by Consulta Mitofsky.

In 2009, the majority had preferred the country’s economic situation improved, but a year later, was asked to decrease insecurity.

47% also said they were worse in 2011 compared with the previous year, which implies a change of more than ten percentage points.

In 2010, 60% of Mexicans said they had a good year, but now this percentage fell to 45%.

Expectations that the situation will improve, also decreased compared to 2010, when 75% said things would be better against 62% in 2011.

Six in ten believe that last year went well, thanks to its own merits and not for government aid. In contrast, 55% believe that government authorities are responsible for that 2011 has not been a good year.

The survey was conducted from 21 to 27 November 2011 at 1,000 Mexicans over 18 years with voting card.

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