Five hundred Mexicans may see Mexico National Team win the World Cup Brazil 2014, while a majority, 36 percent, considered a favorite team in Brazil, according to a survey released today in the country.
Optimism that Mexico will make a great paper prevails in a majority 56 percent said Consulta Mitofsky in the study "Mexico towards the World", which the company developed to survey the local press.
The survey was conducted between 10 and 13 January this year a thousand people across the country in their homes and has a margin of error of 3 percent, the consultancy said in a statement.
Among those surveyed, five percent go to Mexico as world champion, the 14 percent who reach the quarter finals and four percent that will stay in the second round, 21 percent considered possible a bad performance appearance.
Brazil is the favorite choice for 36 percent of respondents, ahead of the combined Spain and Germany, which are seen as champions by six percent in the survey and four percent will give it to Argentina
Among the players who expect to see, Lionel Messi is the one most mentions with 59 percent, 50 percent for Cristiano Ronaldo and 15 percent for the Brazilian Neymar.
Among Mexican players who can attend the World, the player has been mentioned Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez of Manchester United, followed by Oribe Peralta of Santos, Rafael Marquez, Leon, and Giovani dos Santos, Villarreal Spanish.
40 percent of respondents said they had a good opinion of coach Miguel Herrera, while 12 percent have a poor concept strategist who guided Mexico in the World Cup.