Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Bar Polling. Or, An Illustration of How Having Children Affects Your Outlook on Nightlife.
According to a new El Universal poll, 61 percent of Mexico City residents are not in favor of the plan to extend legal drinking hours in the city to 5 a.m., compared to 31 percent who are. The number for people who have children is 69 percent opposed, while it's basically even for the childless. Among Mexico City residents who regularly hang out in bars and nightclubs, 72 percent favor the extension, but only 19 percent of the poll's respondents label themselves as such.