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Evidence Report 30

South Africa Public Opinion Monitor: Baseline Survey Results

Published on 1 September 2013

The South African Public Opinion Monitor (SAPOM) is a longitudinal panel of 2,526 opinion leaders from across South Africa that aims to provide an ongoing monitor of opinions and perspectives on the economic and social development of South Africa and its place in the wider world.

A particular sub-theme is South Africa’s relations with other emerging and developing economies in South Asia and globally. The current survey was undertaken in July 2013. Of the 2,526 members of the panel, 2,439 returned fully completed questionnaires.

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Henson, S. (2013) 'South Africa Public Opinion Monitor: Baseline Survey Results', IDS Evidence Report 30, Brighton: IDS

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Spencer Henson

Professorial Fellow

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authors
Henson, Spencer
journal
IDS Evidence Report, issue 30
language
English

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