Some Academic Surveys in Mexican Politics (updated Jan 26, 2016)

In this post I offer a very short and basic list of national surveys frequently used in academia regarding Mexican politics. It is far from complete, but at least it represents my very first draft on the topic. Hope this helps and any suggestion is very welcome.

All surveys on the list are free and publicly available:

Americas Barometer, Mexico’s sample 2004-2014:

Mexico Panel Study 2012, 2006 and 2000:  and:

Mexico’s ENAFI 2013, 2008 & 2005:  (Philanthropy and Civil Society in Mexico)

Mexico’s Sample of the World Values Surveys 1981-2012:

Mexico’s Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES):

Mexico’s Sample of The Comparative National Elections Project (CNEP): 

Mexico’s National Survey on Discrimination in Mexico, Religious Minorities (ENADIS):

Mexico’s Global Views: 2004-2013: Mexican Public Opinion and Foreign Policy (Las Américas y el Mundo):

National Values Survey (ENVUD):

National Survey on Political Culture and Citizen Practices (ENCUP)

Databases for Social Analysis in Mexico, more than 60 publicly available surveys here:

I will try to update this list soon.

(last update January 26, 2016)

About Alejandro Diaz Dominguez

Professor, School of Government at Tecnológico de Monterrey. PhD in Political Science at Vanderbilt University. [religion and politics, R, surveys, electoral management bodies] Twitter: @alejdiazd View all posts by Alejandro Diaz Dominguez

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