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Venezuelans Saw Political Instability Before Protests
Autor: Gallup
Even before the ongoing massive protests in Venezuela, the majority of residents feared for their country's political stability -- for the first time in recent history. A majority (53%) in late 2013 said their country was not stable at all, more than double the 26% who said so in 2012. Another 35% said the political situation was somewhat stable, and fewer than one in 10 Venezuelans (9%) said the political situation was very stable.
Informe Latinobarómetro 2013
Autor: Latinobarómetro
Mas feliz que nunca celebrando la prosperidad, la otra mitad de América Latina grita para que la escuchen. Tenemos dos americas latinas, una que prospera y la otra que mira como los otros prosperan. La democracia esta retenida por la desigualdad. El crecimiento crea nuevas fuentes de desigualdad.
Mexicans and Salvadorans Have Positive Picture of Life in U.S.
Autor: Pew Research Center
Mexicans and Salvadorans share a positive image of the U.S. Many believe that people who move to the U.S. lead a better life, and most of those who have family or friends who migrated say they have accomplished their goals while there. Salvadorans, 67% of whom have family or friends in the U.S., express particularly favorable opinions of the U.S.; nearly six-in-ten would move there if they could. Many fewer Mexicans (35%) say the same.
U.S. Death Penalty Support Lowest in More Than 40 Years
Autor: Gallup
Sixty percent of Americans say they favor the death penalty for convicted murderers, the lowest level of support Gallup has measured since November 1972, when 57% were in favor. Death penalty support peaked at 80% in 1994, but it has gradually declined since then.
Three - Fourths of Hispanics Say Their Community Needs a Leader
Autor: Pew Research Center
This report focuses on Latinos ?views of national Latino leadership. It also explores Latinos? views of identity. It is based on findings from a Pew Research Center nationally representative survey of 5,103 Hispanic adults conducted from May 24 through July 28, 2013. The survey was conducted in all 50 states and the District of Columbia among a randomly selected sample of Hispanic adults. The survey was conducted in both English and Spanish on cellular as well as landline telephones. The margin of error for the full sample is plus or minus 2.1 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. Interviews were conducted for the Pew Research Center by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS)
Public Registers Bumpy Launch of Health Exchange Websites
Autor: Pew Research Center
A few weeks after the launch of the state- level online health insurance exchanges that are a cornerstone of the Affordable Care Act, the public?s impression is that it has been a bumpy launch. About three -in- ten Americans (29%) say the online health insurance exchanges are working very or fairly well while 46% say they are not.
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