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1.

Respondent number

Respondent number

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

2.

Household back-checked?

Household back-checked?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

3.

Urban or Rural Primary Sampling Unit

PSU/EA

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Province or Region

Province/Region

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-SVC-A. Electricity grid in the PSU/EA

Are the following services present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area: Electricity grid that most houses could access?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-SVC-B. Piped water system in the PSU/EA

Are the following services present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area: Piped water system that most houses could access?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-SVC-C. Sewage system in the PSU/EA

Are the following services present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area: Sewage system that most houses could access?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-FAC-A. Post office in the PSU/EA

Are the following facilities present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area, or within easy walking distance: Post-office?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-FAC-B. School in the PSU/EA

Are the following facilities present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area, or within easy walking distance: School?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-FAC-C. Police station in the PSU/EA

Are the following facilities present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area, or within easy walking distance: Police station?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-FAC-D. Health Clinic in the PSU/EA

Are the following facilities present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area, or within easy walking distance: Health clinic?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-FAC-E. Market stalls in the PSU/EA

Are the following facilities present in the primary sampling unit/enumeration area, or within easy walking distance: Market stalls (selling groceries and/or clothing)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-SEC-A. Police in the PSU/EA

In the PSU/EA, did you (or any of your colleagues) see: Any policemen or police vehicles?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-SEC-B. Soldiers/army in the PSU/EA

In the PSU/EA, did you (or any of your colleagues) see: Any soldiers or army vehicles?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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EA-ROAD. Tarred/ paved road

Thinking of your journey here: Was the road at the start point in the PSU/EA paved/ tarred/ concrete?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 1

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 1

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

17.

Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 2

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 2

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

18.

Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 3

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 3

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

19.

Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 4

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 4

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 5

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 5

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 6

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 6

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

22.

Reason for Unsuccessful Call Household 7

Reasons for unsuccessful calls: Household 7

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Previous interview, gender

Previous interview was with a:

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

24.

This interview, gender

This interview must be with a:

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Number of adult women/men in household

Number of women/men in the household (adult citizens)

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Number of calls

How many calls were made to the household where the interview actually took place?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Date of Interview

Date of interview

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q1. Age

How old are you?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q2. Head of household

Are you the head of the household?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q3. Language of respondent

Which Malagasy is your home language?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q4a. Country's present economic condition

In general, how would you describe: The present economic condition of this country?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q4b. Your present living conditions

In general, how would you describe: Your own present living conditions?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q5. Your living conditions vs. others

In general, how do you rate your living conditions compared to those of other Malagasy?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q6a. Country's economic condition compared to 12 months ago

Looking back, how do you rate the following compared to twelve months ago: Economic conditions in this country?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q6b. Your living conditions compared to 12 months ago

Looking back, how do you rate the following compared to twelve months ago: Your living conditions?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q7a. Country's economic condition in 12 months' time

Looking ahead, do you expect the following to be better or worse: Economic conditions in this country in twelve months time?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q7b. Your living conditions in 12 months' time

Looking ahead, do you expect the following to be better or worse: Your living conditions in twelve months time?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q8a. How often gone without food

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family gone without: Enough food to eat?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q8b. How often gone without water

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family gone without: Enough clean water for home use?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q8c. How often gone without medical care

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family gone without: Medicines or medical treatment?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q8d. How often gone without cooking fuel

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family gone without: Enough fuel to cook your food?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q8e. How often gone without cash income

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family gone without: A cash income?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q9a. How often feared crime in home

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family: Feared crime in your own home?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q9b. How often something stolen from house

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family: Had something stolen from your house?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q9c. How often physically attacked

Over the past year, how often, if ever, have you or anyone in your family: Been physically attacked?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q10. Abandon economic reforms vs. accept hardships

Which of the following statements is closest to your view? Choose Statement 1 or Statement 2. Statement 1: The costs of reforming the economy are too high; the government should therefore abandon its current economic policies. Statement 2: In order ... (view details)

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q11. Economic policies helped most vs. hurt most

Which of the following statements is closest to your view? Choose Statement 1 or Statement 2. Statement 1: The government's economic policies have helped most people; only a few have suffered. Statement 2: The government's economic policies have hur... (view details)

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q12a. Radio news

How often do you get news from the following sources: Radio?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q12b. Television news

How often do you get news from the following sources: Television?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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Q12c. Newspaper news

How often do you get news from the following sources: Newspapers?

Taken from: Afrobarometer Round 4: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Madagascar, 2008.

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