What Should Drive UK Aid to Developing Countries? Results and Analysis from the UK Public Opinion Monitor

Published on 10 December 2010

The UK Public Opinion Monitor (UKPOM) is a longitudinal panel of approximately 6,000 people from across the UK that is broadly representative of the demographic make-up of the UK population by gender, age, level of education and region. Members of the panel receive an internet-based survey every six to eight weeks. This report presents a summary of results drawn from the fourth UKPOM survey, undertaken during October 2010.


Spencer Henson

Professorial Fellow

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Henson, S. and Lindstrom, S.


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