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USIA World Survey 3 (Mexico) [MXMCUSIA1965-WS3]
Survey by United States Information Agency [USIA]. Conducted by International Research Associates [INRA], field dates: May-July 1965, sample: Adult residents of Mexico City, Mexico

USIA Poll # 1964-INRAUNIV: University Student Opinion (Mexico) [MXMCUSIA1964-INRAUNIV]
Survey by United States Information Agency [USIA]. Conducted by International Research Associates [INRA], field dates: April-June 1964, sample: Students in four countries: Chile, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela

USIA Poll: World Survey 2 - Public Opinion on Various Political Issues (Mexico) [MXMCUSIA1964-WS2]
Survey by United States Information Agency [USIA]. Conducted by International Research Associates, field dates: February-March 1964, sample: Adult residents of Mexico City, Mexico

Comparative Fertility Studies in Latin America: Mexico City, Mexico (Mexico) [MXMCKAPS1964-5903]
Conducted by Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Surveys (KAPS), field dates: January 1-December 31, 1964, sample: Women--ages 20-49 years old in Mexico City

The Climate of Opinion in Latin America for The Alliance For Progress (Mexican sample) (Mexico) [MXMCUSIA1961-LA8]
Survey by United States Information Agency [USIA]. Conducted by International Research Associates, field dates: January, 1961, sample: Adult residents of 27 cities (urban sample) and 6 rural communities.

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