Afghanistan in 2016: A Survey of the Afghan People – Infographics


After two full years of Afghanistan’s National Unity Government, what do Afghans think of the critical issues facing their country? The Asia Foundation’s twelfth annual survey in Afghanistan polled 12,658 Afghan respondents from all 34 provinces revealing their views on security, economic growth and employment, development and governance, political participation, access to information, migration, and attitudes on women’s roles in society. Since 2004, over 87,000 Afghan men and women have been polled.

Posted December 7, 2016
Related locations: Afghanistan
Related programs: Survey of the Afghan People