Sunday, January 22, 2006
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The state of Afghan public opinion
The Program on International Policy Attitudes commissioned a survey in Afghanistan on how they feel about things. The results are pretty overwhelming:
A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of the Afghan public finds an overwhelming majority opposes al-Qaeda and the Taliban, endorses the overthrow of the Taliban and approves of the US military presence in Afghanistan.Click here for the topline results a a brief note on methodology. posted by Dan on 01.22.06 at 11:28 PM
Naturally, one wonders whether respondents expressed their true feelings or were they saying what they thought the interviewers wanted to hear. Survey results would be easier to interpret if we could compare them with the results of a previous survey (preferably with the same question wording etc).
Here are the detailed results: http://220.127.116.11/pipa/pdf/jan06/Afghanistan_Jan06_quaire.pdfposted by: Pablo H. on 01.22.06 at 11:28 PM [permalink]
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