Afrobarometer: Round I Survey of Botswana, November-December 1999 (ICPSR 3478)

Published: Nov 27, 2002

Principal Investigator(s):
Mogopodi Lekorwe, University of Botswana; Mpho Molomo, University of Botswana; Wilford Molefe, University of Botswana; Kabelo Moseki, University of Botswana


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The purpose of this survey was to document attitudes of the citizens of Botswana toward democracy, markets, and other aspects of development. In particular, the researchers were interested in discovering what the citizens of Botswana thought about recent political and economic changes within their country. The Afrobarometer survey also explored general attitudes and behaviors regarding politics, economics, rule of law, and civil society.

Lekorwe, Mogopodi, Molomo, Mpho, Molefe, Wilford, and Moseki, Kabelo. Afrobarometer:  Round I Survey of Botswana, November-December 1999. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2002-11-27.

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United States Agency for International Development. Regional Center for Southern Africa (98-G-8028)

1999-11 -- 1999-12

1999-11 -- 1999-12

Multistage, stratified, national random probability sample.

Citizens of Botswana aged 18 years and older.

personal interviews

survey data




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