Afghanistan in 2015: A Survey of the Afghan People
The Asia Foundation’s Survey of the Afghan People is Afghanistan’s broadest and longest-running public opinion poll. After the first full year of Afghanistan’s National Unity Government, 9,586 Afghans from all 34 provinces tell us what they think about corruption, security, the economy, women’s rights, the Taliban. For over a decade our surveys in Afghanistan have served as a powerful resource for decision makers and an unmatched barometer of Afghan opinions over time.
View the main 2015 Survey of the Afghan People page.
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