Mexico: public opinion about Obama 2017

Public opinion about Barack Obama in Mexico in 2017

by Marina Pasquali, last edited Jan 30, 2018
Mexico: public opinion about Obama 2017 This graph illustrates the public opinion about Barack Obama in Mexico, based on a survey conducted in January 2017, shortly after the U.S. presidential elections. During a survey, nearly 30.9 percent of respondents stated they had a positive opinion on Obama, whereas approximately 10 percent said their opinion was negative.
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Public opinion about Barack Obama in Mexico in 2017

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