A survey by the Office of Strategic Communications showed that 78 percent of people in Mexico, wants to increase or maintain the fight against organized crime, while 13 percent considered it necessary to suspend it, and another 9 percent did not answer.
Meanwhile, the question "Do you think that violence could be reduced if a ceasefire wre agreed on with the drug dealers?" 45 percent believe that it could decrease, while 48 percent say violence would not be reduced in the country and 7 percent did not answer.
... The telephone survey, carried out on May 22, included 800 adults, who reside throughout the Mexican Republic. The study has a confidence level of 95 percent and a margin of error of + / -3.46.
Original Spanish Milenio Report and access to download complete survey: 8 de cada 10 mexicanos quiere que se mantenga o incremente guerra contra el narco