Afghanistan in 2012: A Survey of the Afghan People
At Kabul and Washington, D.C. launch events, The Asia Foundation has released findings from Afghanistan in 2012: A Survey of the Afghan People, the broadest public opinion poll in the country. In June 2012, 742 Afghan pollsters—both men and women—fanned out across all 34 provinces to gather first-hand opinions from nearly 6,300 Afghan citizens on a wide range of topics critical to the future of Afghanistan. This marks the eighth in the Foundation's series of surveys in Afghanistan.
Check out our online data visualization tool, Visualizing Afghanistan below.
Is Afghanistan headed in the right direction? National results:
The above graphic shows annual survey results for the question, "Is Afghanistan headed in the right direction?" For in-depth regional results for this and other questions, as well as seven years of downloadable survey data, visit Visualizing Afghanistan.
View prior years' surveys at the Resource Archive.