A recent survey released by the Center for Economic Research and Teaching in Mexico says Mexican public opinion on the United States has steadily improved over the past decade. Cronkite News wants to know if the feeling is mutual.
The number of Mexicans who said they “trusted and admired” the United States grew from 20 percent in 2004 to 44 percent in 2014, according to a survey by the Center for Economic Research and Teaching in Mexico. This puts the U.S. in first place with Mexicans among all the other countries measured in the survey.
Now Cronkite News wants to hear Arizonans’ feelings about our neighbors to the south. Do you have a generally favorable or unfavorable opinion of Mexico? Have your views changed over the past decade or so? What are the factors that influence your opinion? Share your perspective below.
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