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Seeking the Democratic Dividend : Public Attitudes and Attempted Reform in Nigeria

By Lewis, Peter

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Title: Seeking the Democratic Dividend : Public Attitudes and Attempted Reform in Nigeria  
Author: Lewis, Peter
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
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Lewis, P. (n.d.). Seeking the Democratic Dividend : Public Attitudes and Attempted Reform in Nigeria. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: The third Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria was conducted in September-October 2003. This survey of public attitudes follows on previous polls undertaken in January-February 2000 and in August 2001. The 2003 survey was administered by the Afrobarometer...

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS..............................................................................................................v EXECUTIVE SUMMARY..........................................................................................................vi I. INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................1 The Challenges of Democratic Change.......................................................................................1 Background to the 2003 Survey..................................................................................................3 II. ASSESSMENTS OF NIGERIA?S DEMOCRACY...............................................................5 Support for and Satisfaction with Democracy.............................................................................5 A Disillusioned Public.................................................................................................................6 Elections and Legitimacy............................................................................................................8 Extent of and Patience with Democracy......................................................................................9 Conditional Support for Democracy............................................................................................9 Democratic Practices.................................................................................................................10 Political Participation and Engagement.....................................................................................13 Nigeria?s Democratic Fragility..................................................................................................17 III. ATTITUDES TOWARD THE ECONOMY.......................................................................18 Economic Satisfaction...............................................................................................................19 Views on Markets and Economic Reform.................................................................................20 Personal Circumstances and Economic Welfare.......................................................................24 Economic and Political Satisfaction..........................................................................................26 Crosscurrents of Reform............................................................................................................27 IV. IDENTITY, SECURITY, AND THE RULE OF LAW......................................................27 Identity and Political Attitudes..................................................................................................27 Security, Corruption and Rule of Law.......................................................................................32 Crime, Safety and Security........................................................................................................35 Corruption.................................................................................................................................36 Rule of Law and Trust in Legal and Security Institutions.........................................................37 Strong Identities, Less Security, Tenuous Rule of Law............................................................39 V. THE VIEW FROM THE REGIONS....................................................................................40 Regional Attitudes Toward Democracy....................................................................................40 Regional Attitudes Toward the Economy..................................................................................45


 

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