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ee1  Overall economic condition of our country today
ee2  Change in the economic condition of our country compared to before
ee3  The state of our country's economic condition in the future
ee4  The economic situation of your household today
ee5  The current economic condition of household compared to before
ee6  The economic situation of household in future

ti1   Trust in the president/Prime Minister
ti2   The national government 
ti3   Parliament
ti4   Local government
ti5   The courts
ti6   Civil service
ti7   Political parties
ti8   The military(or armed forces)
ti9   The police
ti10  Newspapers
ti11  Television
ti12  The election commission

sc1  Would you say that "Most people can be trusted" or "that you must be very careful in dealing with people"?
sc2  How much trust do you have in your relatives
sc3  Your neighbors
sc4  Other people you interact with

pe1  Did you vote in the last election
pe2  The respondent voted for the winning or losing camp?
pe3  Attended a campaign meeting or rally
pe4  Worked for a party or candidate
pe5  Tried to persuade others to vote for a certain candidate or party
pe6  How free and fair would you say the last national election was?

aps1  How easy to get an identity document 
aps2  A place in a public primary school for a child
aps3  Medical treatment 
aps4  Help from the police when you need it

psy1 How often do you get news from the radio
psy2 Follow news on television
psy3 Getting news from newspapers
psy4 Getting news from the Internet
psy5 How interested would you say you are in politics?
psy6 How often do you follow news about politics and government?
psy7 When you get together with your family members or friends, how often do you discuss political matters?'
psy8 Politics and government seems so complicated that a person like me can't really understand what is going on

par1 Do you feel close to any party?
par2 Which party if any do you feel cloeset to

pp1 Have you ever contacted elected officials or legislative representative
pp2 An official of a government agency
pp3 Political party official
pp4 Traditional leaders/community leaders
pp5 Other influential people outside the government
pp6 Have you ever got together with others to raise an issue and try to resolve problems
pp7 Attended a demonstration or protest march
pp8 Refused to pay a tax or fee to government
pp9 Used force or violence for a political cause'

dv1 Choose b/w   'Statement 1. Government leaders implement what voters want' and 'Statement 2. Government leaders do what they think is best for us 
dv2 Choose b/w 1. the government is like a parent. It should decide what is good for us. 2. the government is like our employee. We are the bosses and should tell government what to do
dv3 Choose b/w 1. The media should have the right to publish any views and ideas without government control. 2. the government should have the right to prevent the media from publishing things that it considers harmful to society.

dem1 The most essential characteristics of democracy. First
dem2 The most essential characteristics of democracy. Second
dem3 The most essential characteristics of democracy. Third
dem4 The most essential characteristics of democracy. Fourth
dem5_arab If you had to choose one, which of the following features would you say is the most important? 
dem5_arab2 Second feature

sd1 How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the way democracy works in [Country].
sd2 In your opinion how much of a democracy is [Country Name] ?
sd3 Complete Democracy, present gov
sd4 Ten years ago
sd5 In the future

imp1 What are the most important problems facing this country that government should address? First
imp2 Second problem
imp3 Third problem
imp4 How likely is that the government will solve the most important problem you identified?

gov1 How often, in this country do officials who commit crimes go unpunished?
gov2 People are free to speak what they think without fear.
gov3 People can join any organization they like without fear.
gov4 To choose who to vote for without feeling pressured
gov5 Satisfaction with the performance of the president (current government)

cup1 Have you or anyone you know personally witnessed an act of corruption or bribe-taking by a politician or government official in the past year?
cup2 How widespread do you think corruption and bribe-taking are in your local/municipal government?
cup3 How widespread do you think corruption and bribe-taking are in the national government [in capital city]?

rp1  only one political party is allowed to stand for election and hold office 
rp2  The army comes in to govern the country
rp3  We should get rid of elections and parliaments and have experts make decisions on behalf of the people
rp4  Elections and parliament are abolished so that the president can decide everything
rp5  "Which of these three statements is closest to your opinion?
        1 'Democracy is always preferable to any other kind of governme'
        2 'Under some circumstances, an authoritarian government can be'
        3 'For people like me, it does not matter whether we have a dem' "
rp6  Democracy may have its problems, but it is still the best form of government.”

re1  Where would you place China
re2  Where would you place the U.S.

int1  How often do you use the Internet?

se1   Gender
se2   Age
se3   Education
se4   Language
se5   Subjective social status
se6   Which of these statements comes closest to describing your household income?
se7   Religion
se8   Race/ethnicity
se9   Employment
se10  Do you own the following things? Radio
se11  Television
se12  Motor vehicle, car, or motorcycle
se13  Urban or rural


ee1 Overall economic condition of our country today
ee2 Change in the economic condition of our country compared to before
ee3 The state of our country's economic condition in the future
ee4 The economic situation of your household today
ee5 The current economic condition of household compared to before
ee6 The economic situation of household in future
ti1  Trust in the president/Prime Minister
ti2  The national government 
ti3  Parliament
ti4  Local government
ti5  The courts
ti6  Civil service
ti7  Political parties
ti8  The military(or armed forces)
ti9  The police
ti10  Newspapers
ti11  Television
ti12  The election commission

sc1 Would you say that "Most people can be trusted" or "that you must be very careful in dealing with people"?
sc2 How much trust do you have in your relatives
sc3 Your neighbors
sc4 Other people you interact with
sc5 Trust the people who run our government to do what is right
sc6 A member of any organization or formal groups?

hs1 How safe is living in this city/town/village?
hs2 Compared to the situation in this city/town/village a few years ago, do you feel more safe, less safe or the same as before?
hs3 Have you, or someone in your family, been assaulted, attacked, or been the victim of a crime in the last 12 months?
hs4 Have you been a victim of break-in at your home?
hs5 Have you been a victim of physical violence?

pe1 Did you vote in the last election?
pe2 Thinking about the national election in [year], did you attend a campaign meeting or rally
pe3 Worked for a party or candidate
pe4 On the whole, how free and fair would you say the last national election was?
pe5 If  election were held tomorrow, which party's candidate would you vote for?

aps1 How easy to get an identity document 
aps2 A place in a public primary school for a child
aps3 Medical treatment at a nearby clinic
aps4 Help from the police when you need it

psy1   How often do you get news from the radio
psy2   Follow news on television
psy3   Getting news from newspapers
psy4   Getting news from Internet
psy5   How interested would you say you are in politics?'
psy6   How often do you follow news about politics and government?
psy7   When you get together with your family members or friends, how often do you discuss political matters?
psy8   Politics and government seems so complicated that a person like me can't really understand what is going on
psy9   Do you think your vote has effect on how things are run in our country or do you think your vote makes no difference?
psy10  What is your main source of information about politics and government? Television
psy11  Newspapers/Magazines
psy12  Radio
psy13  Internet
psy14  Other

par1  Do you feel close to any party?
par2  Among the political parties listed here, which party if any do you feel closest to?
glo1 How often do you use the internet?
glo2 Facebook page
glo3 Twitter
pp1   Have you ever contacted government (administrative) official
pp2   Elected officials or legislative representatives at any level
pp3   Officials of political parties or other political organizations
pp4   Traditional leaders/community leaders
pp5   Other influential people
pp6   Local government officials
pp7   Representative of non-government/civil society organizations
pp8   Have you ever got together with others to raise an issue and try to resolve problems
pp9   Attended a demonstration or protest march
pp10  Attended a community meeting
pp11  Thinking of whether you voted or not ever since you became eligible for voting, how would you describe yourself-have you voted?

dv1 The news media should be free to publish any story that they see fit without fear of being shut down
dv2 The government and parliament should make laws according to the wishes of the people
dv3 When the country is facing a difficult situation, it is ok for the government to disregard the law in order to deal with the situation.
dv4 The relationship between the government and the people should be like that between parents and children
dv5 People should always support the decisions of their government even if they disagree with them
dv6 Conflict among political groups is not a bad thing for our country
dv7 Describe the present political situation

dem1  The most essential characteristics of democracy
dem2  Meaning of democracy.First
dem3  Meaning of democracy.Second
dem4  Meaning of democracy.Third

sd1   How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the way democracy works in [Country]
sd2   In your opinion how much of a democracy is [Country Name] ?
sd3   To what extent would you want our country to be democratic now?
sd4   Which would you think democracy is suitable for our country?
sd5   How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the [name of present] government?
sd6   How well or badly would you say the current government is handling the following matters, or haven’t you heard enough about them to say: Managing the economy?
sd7   Creating jobs
sd8   Narrowing gaps between rich and poor
sd9   Improving basic health services
sd10  Addressing educational needs

imp1  What are the most important problems facing this country that government should address? First
imp2  Second problem
imp3  Third problem
imp4  How likely is that the government will solve the most important problem you identified?

qg1 People have the power to change a government they don't like
qg2 current courts always punish the guilty even if they are high-ranking officials
qg3 People have basic necessities
qg4 People are free to speak what they think without fear.
qg5 Everyone is treated equally by the government
qg6 People can join any organization they like without fear.

cup1 Have you or anyone you know personally witnessed an act of corruption or bribe-taking by a politician or government official in the past year?
cup2 How widespread do you think corruption and bribe-taking are in the national government?
cup3 The government working to crackdown corruption and root out bribes

rp1 Only one political party is allowed to stand for election and hold office 
rp2 The army comes in to govern the country
rp3 We should get rid of elections and parliaments and have experts make decisions on behalf of the people.
rp4 Elections and parliament are abolished so that the president can decide everything
rp5 Which of these three statements is closest to your opinion?
rp6 Democracy may have its problems, but it is still the best form of government
rp7 Which of the following statements comes closer to your own view?
rp8 Political reform should be introduced little-by-little instead of all-at-once
rp9 Democratic political system

re1 How democratic is the United States?

cit1 Which of these do you feel most strongly attached to?
cit2 How proud are you to be a citizen of [Country]?
cit3 How willing would you be to go and live in another country?

ir1 Relation: The European Community or European Union
ir2 Impression: The European Community or European Union
ir3 Impression: United States
ir4 Impression: China
ir5 Impression: Japan

ge1 Men and women should have equal job opportunities and wages

se1  Gender
se2  Age
se3  Education
se4  Language
se5  Does the total income of your household allow you to satisfactorily cover tour needs?
se6  Religion
se7  Race/ethnicity
se8  Employment
se9  Marital Status
se10  Would you describe yourself as very religious?
se11 How would describe you? Would you say that belong to the majority or would you say that belong to the minority in (country).?
se12 Are you the person who makes the largest contribution to your family's income?
se13 What is the employment situation of the head of your household
se14 Imagine a 10 step ladder, where in '1' stand the poorest people and in '10' stand the richest people.Where would you stand?
se15 Do you own the following things? Radio
se16 Tractor
se17 Television
se18 Motorcycle
se19 Telephone
se20 Mobile Phone
se21 Electric Fan
se22 Bicycle
se23 Radio
se24 Pumping Set
se25 Fridge
se26 Goats/Sheep
se27 Cow/Buffalo
se28 Urban or rural