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AFGHAN PERCEPTIONS AND EXPERIENCES OF CORRUPTION
Autor: Integrity Watch Afghanistan
This is the second corruption survey produced by Integrity Watch Afghanistan in a continuous effort to increase transparency, integrity and accountability through policy-oriented research. The survey which was conducted at the end of 2009 in 32 provinces of Afghanistan covering a representative sample of 6,500 respondents assesses the impact of corruption on the relationship between Afghan citizens and the state, the trust in state and non-state institutions, the perceived support of the international community for anti-corruption efforts and the links of corruption and perceptions of corruption with insurgency and conflict. The survey is focused on petty or administrative corruption, which has the most direct and widespread effects on Afghan citizens.
LATINOS AND THE 2010 ELECTIONS: STRONG SUPPORT FOR DEMOCRATS; WEAK VOTER MOTIVATION
Autor: Pew Research Hispanic Center
The survey finds that among Latino registered voters, Republicans may be more likely to turn out and vote than Democrats. Some 44% of Latino Republicans say they have given the election quite a lot of thought compared with 28% of Latino Democrats. This partisan gap is consistent with survey findings of the full population of registered voters
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