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POVERTY, AND PERSONAL SECURITY

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  1. POVERTY, AND PERSONAL SECURITY

  2. Over the past one year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family gone without: enough food, clean water, medical treatment, enough cooking fuel, or cash income?

  3. GONE WITHOUT: enough food, clean water, medical treatment, enough cooking fuel, or cash income AT LEAST ONCE in the past year – By location.

  4. HARDCORE POVERTY

  5. Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family: feared crime in your own home; had something stolen from your house; or been physically attacked?

  6. NEVER FEARED CRIME, HAD SOMETHING STOLEN, OR BEEN PHYSICALLY ATTACKED – By Location

  7. FREEDOM AND RIGHTS

  8. Which of the following is closest to your view? 1:Government should be able to burn any organization that goes against its policies. 2: We should be able to join any organization, whether or not the government approves of it.

  9. Which of the following is closest to your view? 1: Government should be able to close newspapers that print stories it does not like. 2: The news media should be free to publish any story they see fit without fear of being shut down.

  10. Which of the following statements is closest to your view? 1: The news media should constantly investigate and report on corruption and the mistakes made by the government. 2:Too much reporting on negative events, like corruption, only harms the country.

  11. INVESTIGATE AND REPORT – SOUTHERN AFRICAN REGION (2008/9)

  12. Which of the following is closest to your view? 1: Government should not allow the expression of political views that are fundamentally different from the views of the majority. 2: People should be able to speak their minds about politics free of government influence, no matter how unpopular their views may be.

  13. COLLECTIVE ACTION

  14. During the past year, have you: attended a community meeting; got together with others to raise an issue; or attended a demonstration or protest much?

  15. In your opinion, how likely is it that you could get together with others and make: your elected Councillor/Member of Parliament listen to your concerns about a matter of importance to the community?

  16. During the past year, how often have you contacted any of the following persons about some important problem or to give them your views: Local Councillor; Member of Parliament; Government official; Religious leader; Traditional ruler; Other influential person?