Afghanistan in 2004 – A Survey of the Afghan Electorate

By Charney Research: Craig Charney, Radhika Nanda, & Nicole Yakatan

This report presents the findings of the most comprehensive public opinion poll conducted in Afghanistan in the post-Taliban era. The survey was undertaken by The Asia Foundation [Project Direction and Editing by The Asia Foundation] in order to provide detailed, quantified information on the knowledge and attitudes of Afghan citizens regarding their country’s forthcoming first national elections, now scheduled for October 2004. The goal was to use the findings to provide the Foundation and other non-governmental organizations conducting voter education with information needed to more accurately plan their work for the election. A democracy assessment survey.

Posted July 1, 2004
Related locations: Afghanistan
Related programs: Survey of the Afghan People

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