Confidence Gap: Citizen Priorities on the One Year Anniversary of the National Constituent Assembly Elections, Tunisia
This report explores public opinion in Tunisia in late October/early November 2012. Based on 12 focus group discussions with 121 Tunisian participants, the report examines Tunisian citizens’ attitudes and concerns about progress toward drafting the country’s constitution, the role of political institutions, and expectations for future elections. As with all NDI public opinion studies, participants were asked about their views on political party and governing institution performance, security, and issues of public concern. A summary of the main findings can be found below. The full results, along with selected quotations from participants, are detailed in the Principal Findings section of this report.
We invite our users to read the complete report published in 2012 here