He 59 percent of the adult inhabitants of Mexico City describe the january slope in this 2021 harder than they remember it in the first month of 2020, according to the most recent survey of The Bloomberg Financier in the city.
According to the survey, 28 percent see the current January slope the same as the previous one and 11 percent see it lighter.
When asked how they see the economic situation in Mexico City during the last three months, 4 percent said it has improved, 18 percent that it remains the same and 78 percent that it has worsened. This last opinion represents an increase of 7 points compared to December, when 71 percent negative opinion was registered, the lowest since last May.
Regarding the economic situation in their home, 9 percent report improvement in the last three months, 42 percent say it remains the same and 49 percent say it has worsened. This perception of worsening had its highest points in May 2020, with 63 percent, and in September of that year, with 62 percent, according to the series of surveys in the city.
When asked if in the last three months he has lost his job or source of income, 25 percent of those interviewed said yes, up 2 points compared to December, which registered 23 percent. That had been the lowest level of job losses recorded in this series of surveys since May 2020, a percentage that reached over 30 percent in June, August and September.
While the survey shows slight increases in negative economic perceptions, questions on public safety show mixed results. On the one hand, the proportion of respondents who believe that public safety has worsened in the last three months registered 56 percent, the lowest level since May 2020.
In contrast, the proportion of respondents who said they had been a victim of a crime in the last three months rose slightly from 11 to 14 percent between December and January. This response has varied between 10 and 16 percent in the last year, except in February 2020 when it jumped to 25 percent.
Methodology: Survey in Mexico City conducted by telephone with 400 adults on January 9, 2021. A probabilistic sampling of residential and cell phones was carried out in the 16 municipalities. With a 95% confidence level, the margin of error
of the estimates is +/- 4.9 percent.
Sponsorship: The financial.
Realization: Alejandro Moreno.
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