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AmericasBarometer Insights Series

The Insights Series provides short, pithy analysis of key, policy relevant data gathered by the AmericasBarometer. Normally released every two weeks, the studies are written mainly by LAPOP scholars and students. The series includes four types of reports:

 Insights  - In-depth analyses reports at the regional level that look at the individual level predictors, both sociodemographic and political, of key survey questions from the AmericasBarometer.

 Topical Briefs  - Short reports that give survey data insights from the AmericasBarometer related to contemporary sociopolitical events at the regional and country levels.

 Methodological Notes  - Reports that provide a look “under the hood” of the survey methodologies implemented in the AmericasBarometer project.

 Spotlights  (Coming soon!) - Quick snapshots of survey items from the AmericasBarometer across Latin America and Caribbean countries and across time. 

These reports are used by journalists, policy makers and scholars world-wide. Subscription is free and available by emailing your name to insight@mail.americasbarometer.org.

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ITB029: What Does the Public Report on Corruption, the CICIG, the Public Ministry, and the Constitutional Court in Guatemala?

Authors: Elizabeth J. Zechmeister; Dinorah Azpuru
Released: August 31, 2017
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IO923: Approval of Violence towards Women and Children in Guatemala

Author: Azpuru, Dinorah
Released: October 6, 2015
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IO895: The Gender Gap in Politics in Guatemala: 20 Years of Advances and Setbacks

Author: Azpuru, Dinorah
Released: September 2, 2013
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PELA Bulletin #2: Indigenous Peoples, Democracy, and Representation: The Cases of Bolivia and Guatemala

Author: Inguanzo, Isabel
Released: May 2, 2011
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