If you accept the newest polling numbers from Mitofsky, that "and" in the title could be replaced by "hate". Evidently, 80 percent of Mexicans reject the idea of legislative reelection. That displeasure transcends divisions of geography, education, and party identification. I think legislative and executive reelection is a good idea, but it's hard to justify the passage of a simple reform that is rejected by eight out of ten voters. Reelection advocates should redirect their efforts toward a public-education campaign, then try again in a few years.
Now seems a good time to plug Yann Kerevel's lengthy meditation on Mexican institutional reform from December.