Tuesday, 21 May 2013

PUBLIC PRESENTATION OF THE FINDINGS OF AFROBAROMETER ROUND 5 SURVEYS IN NIGERIA



The Afrobarometer (AB) is a comparative series of public opinion surveys that measure public attitudes toward democracy, governance, the economy, leadership, identity, and other related issues. The AB is an independent, non-partisan, African-based network of researchers. 

The first round of surveys took place in 1999-2001 in 12 countries.  The Network has conducted “Round 5” surveys in up to 35 countries during 2011-2012. 

The Purpose is to measure popular perspectives on the social, political, and economic environments in each country where it is implemented and across Africa. The goal is to give the public a voice in policy making processes by providing high-quality public opinion data to policy-makers, policy advocates and civil society organizations, academics, media, donors and investors, and ordinary Africans.

Afrobarometer’s work in Nigeria is coordinated and disseminated by The CLEEN Foundation in collaboration with other agencies in Nigeria. The field work for Round 5 survey in Nigeria was conducted by Practical Sampling International PSI between 29th October and 30th November in 2012 covering the 36 States of Nigeria and Abuja, the Federal Capital.

The CLEEN Foundation and the Afrobarometer Network wishes to invite you to the first public presentation of findings of the R5 survey in Nigeria.  
           
Date:               22nd May, 2013
Time:             10:00am
Venue:            De-Renaissance Hotel Obafemi Awolowo Way, by Coca-Cola Bus–stop, Ikeja Lagos

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