EDUCATION
Hello U-reporter do you think insecurity in the north east part of the country has affected access to schools? a)Yes b)No
4 questions polled on this topic
21% response rate
33,513 responded out of 162,543 polled
Mar 11. 2015
Do you think insecurity in the north east part of the country has affected access to schools? Yes/No
Mar 11. 2015
Of boys and girls, who do you think are most affected? a)boys b) girls
Mar 11. 2015
What do you think government can do to ensure continuity of schooling for the children affected?
Mar 11. 2015
Other please specify

POLL RESULTS

MAR 11. 2015
Do you think insecurity in the north east part of the country has affected access to schools? Yes/No
33,513 responded out of 162,543 polled
Female
92%
Yes
 
Yes
8%
NO
 
NO

Male
92%
Yes
 
Yes
8%
NO
 
NO
0-14
100%
Yes
 
Yes
0%
NO
 
NO

15-19
86%
Yes
 
Yes
14%
NO
 
NO

20-24
92%
Yes
 
Yes
8%
NO
 
NO

25-30
93%
Yes
 
Yes
7%
NO
 
NO

31-34
93%
Yes
 
Yes
7%
NO
 
NO

35+
94%
Yes
 
Yes
6%
NO
 
NO
93%
Yes
 
Yes
7%
NO
 
NO
MAR 11. 2015
Of boys and girls, who do you think are most affected? a)boys b) girls
25,222 responded out of 31,005 polled
Female
20%
Boys
 
Boys
80%
Girls
 
Girls

Male
30%
Boys
 
Boys
70%
Girls
 
Girls
0-14
50%
Boys
 
Boys
50%
Girls
 
Girls

15-19
28%
Boys
 
Boys
72%
Girls
 
Girls

20-24
23%
Boys
 
Boys
77%
Girls
 
Girls

25-30
26%
Boys
 
Boys
74%
Girls
 
Girls

31-34
27%
Boys
 
Boys
73%
Girls
 
Girls

35+
26%
Boys
 
Boys
74%
Girls
 
Girls
26%
Boys
 
Boys
74%
Girls
 
Girls
MAR 11. 2015
What do you think government can do to ensure continuity of schooling for the children affected?
20,085 responded out of 27,734 polled
Female
54%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
19%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
15%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
4%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
8%
Others
 
Others

Male
51%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
18%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
14%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
4%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
12%
Others
 
Others
0-14
0%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
50%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
0%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
50%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
0%
Others
 
Others

15-19
54%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
18%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
17%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
2%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
9%
Others
 
Others

20-24
54%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
17%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
15%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
4%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
10%
Others
 
Others

25-30
51%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
19%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
14%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
4%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
12%
Others
 
Others

31-34
50%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
20%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
14%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
5%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
11%
Others
 
Others

35+
54%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
23%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
12%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
4%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
8%
Others
 
Others
52%
Establish temporary schools nearby s
 
Establish temporary schools nearby s
19%
Introduce double shifting in schools
 
Introduce double shifting in schools
14%
Introduce accelerated learning cente
 
Introduce accelerated learning cente
4%
Introduce community based radios
 
Introduce community based radios
11%
Others
 
Others
MAR 11. 2015
Other please specify
1,571 responded out of 2,139 polled
security
government
provide
schools
insecurity
school
adequate
affected
ensure
insurgency
north
children
communities
fight
learning
areas
country
will
education
govt
community
tackle
can
end
peace
safe
area
east
stop
boko
make
haram
good
put
students
first
problem
go
introduce
securities
environment
establish
improve
people
every
providing
back
schooling
restore
enough

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