Mexico: President's approval rating falls to 31 percent

The approval rating for Mexico's president is at just above 30 percent.

    The approval rating for Mexico's president is at just above 30 percent.

    Homicide rates have reached a 20-year high and deteriorating security has become a top priority for voters ahead of next year's presidential election.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Guerrero.


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