- Study for the III Observatory on Latin Youth Organised Groups in the Community of Madrid carried out by the Christian Help Centre, is presented today.
- 1 in 3 parents and teachers now consider Latino organised groups to be the main threat in their neighbourhoods and schools.
- 50% of parents recognise the presence of Latino organised groups in their neighbourhoods
- 3 out of 4 parents and 9 out of 10 teachers consider that this problem has increased a lot and quite a lot.
You can read the full article in the following link: III Observatory of Latin Organised Groups
Universe: teachers from public and public schools and high schools, and parents of adolescents (10-17 years old) in stressed areas.
Scope: Autonomous Region, with special attention to stressed areas:
Municipalities: Alcorcón, Fuenlabrada, Getafe, Leganés, Parla, San Sebastián de los Reyes (6).
Districts of Madrid capital: Arganzuela, Carabanchel, Centro, Chamartín, Chamberí, Ciudad Lineal, Hortaleza, Latina, Moncloa-Aravaca, Moratalaz, Puente de Vallecas, San Blas-Canillejas, Tetuán, Usera, Villa de Vallecas, Villaverde (16).
Data collection procedure: computer-assisted online interview (CAWI) for teachers and computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) for parents.
Sample size: 263 interviews. 52 interviews with high school teachers, and 211 interviews with parents of adolescents.
Sampling error: ±6.2% (n=263); ±13.9% (n=52) ; ±6.9% (n=211) for a confidence level of 95.5% (two sigma) and under the worst-case scenario of P=Q=0.5 in the simple random sampling assumption.
Questionnaire: developed by GAD3, validated by the client.
Length of interview: 6-8 minutes.
Fieldwork dates: 9 to 29 May 2022.