Sauti za Wananchi presents the most recently available nationally representative data on democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations in Tanzania.
Date: Thursday 29 September
Time: 11am - 1pm
Venue: National Museum, opposite IFM, Shabaan Robert Street.
The data being presented includes responses from citizens to the following questions:
- What is a dictator?
- Is Tanzania being led by a dictator right now?
- Do you support democracy and to what extent?
- Would you ever consider participating in a demonstration (general)? Why or why not?
- Do you support the ban on political party rallies?
- What is the role of the opposition in between elections?
- Should citizens and opposition be allowed to criticize and monitor the government all the time?
- Do you know UKUTA?
- Do you support UKUTA?
- Were you planning to join the protests on 1 September?
Sauti za Wananchi, managed by Twaweza, is Africa's first nationally representative mobile phone survey. It provides scientifically reliable data on citizen opinions and monitoring data on what is going on in our society.
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