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New Report Examines Cambodian Citizens’ Views on Democracy

December 10, 2014

CambodiaDemocracySurveyDespite significant growth and poverty reduction over the last decade and measured improvement in citizens’ ability to function within a democracy, Cambodians say their country is heading in the wrong direction and are demanding better performance in government service delivery, according to The Asia Foundation’s “Democracy in Cambodia – 2014: A Survey of the Cambodian Electorate.” This is the Foundation’s third national public opinion poll in Cambodia since 2000. Download the full report, or read analysis of the findings in this week’s blog from Silas Everett who writes from Phnom Penh.

Related locations: Cambodia
Related programs: Elections, Strengthen Governance


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