Feb 22, 2012

Mexico Violence: Poverty and unemployment, responsible for the violence in Mexico: survey finds

Milenio: "Poverty and unemployment are the main perpetrators of violence in Mexico, according to a survey by the Office of Strategic Communications. When asked, "In your opinion, what is primarily responsible for violence in the country?" Respondents answered: Poverty/Unemployment: 22%; Lack of educational opportunities: 17%; Previous governments: 16%; Corruption: 13%; Calderon's War: 7%.

Another question of ​​the survey concerned the perception of the level of violence nationwide in the last year, "Would you say, in your opinion, that the level of violence in the past year has increased, has decreased or stayed the same?" 64% of respondents said that violence has increased:" Spanish original

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