WATER AND SANITATION
Hi, according to a recent survey (2011), about 50 million Nigerians practice open defecation.In ur community do u think this is a major problem? a)Yes or b) No
3 questions polled on this topic
14% response rate
75,296 responded out of 519,574 polled
Jul 15. 2015
Do you think this is a major problem in Nigeria
Jul 15. 2015
why do you think people practice open defecation
Jul 15. 2015
What is the best practice to stop the spread of diarrhoeal disease

POLL RESULTS

JUL 15. 2015
Do you think this is a major problem in Nigeria
75,296 responded out of 519,574 polled
Female
32%
No
 
No
68%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
27%
No
 
No
73%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
73%
yes
 
yes
27%
no
 
no

15-19
71%
yes
 
yes
29%
no
 
no

20-24
69%
yes
 
yes
31%
no
 
no

25-30
70%
yes
 
yes
30%
no
 
no

31-34
72%
yes
 
yes
28%
no
 
no

35+
75%
yes
 
yes
25%
no
 
no
29%
No
 
No
71%
Yes
 
Yes
JUL 15. 2015
why do you think people practice open defecation
41,796 responded out of 53,580 polled
Female
24%
People do not care
 
People do not care
6%
People have to wait too long on a qu
 
People have to wait too long on a qu
17%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
53%
People have no latrines or toilets
 
People have no latrines or toilets

Male
25%
People do not care
 
People do not care
5%
People have to wait too long on a qu
 
People have to wait too long on a qu
15%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
55%
People have no latrines or toilets
 
People have no latrines or toilets
0-14
45%
people have no latrines or toilets
 
people have no latrines or toilets
30%
people do not care
 
people do not care
10%
people have to wait too long on a qu
 
people have to wait too long on a qu
16%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an

15-19
48%
people have no latrines or toilets
 
people have no latrines or toilets
26%
people do not care
 
people do not care
10%
people have to wait too long on a qu
 
people have to wait too long on a qu
16%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an

20-24
50%
people have no latrines or toilets
 
people have no latrines or toilets
26%
people do not care
 
people do not care
6%
people have to wait too long on a qu
 
people have to wait too long on a qu
18%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an

25-30
57%
people have no latrines or toilets
 
people have no latrines or toilets
24%
people do not care
 
people do not care
4%
people have to wait too long on a qu
 
people have to wait too long on a qu
16%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an

31-34
60%
people have no latrines or toilets
 
people have no latrines or toilets
24%
people do not care
 
people do not care
3%
people have to wait too long on a qu
 
people have to wait too long on a qu
13%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an

35+
61%
people have no latrines or toilets
 
people have no latrines or toilets
23%
people do not care
 
people do not care
4%
people have to wait too long on a qu
 
people have to wait too long on a qu
11%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
24%
People do not care
 
People do not care
5%
People have to wait too long on a qu
 
People have to wait too long on a qu
16%
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
 
the latrines or toilets are dirty an
55%
People have no latrines or toilets
 
People have no latrines or toilets
JUL 15. 2015
What is the best practice to stop the spread of diarrhoeal disease
51,501 responded out of 63,509 polled
Female
23%
Using safe toilets
 
Using safe toilets
32%
Drinking water treated
 
Drinking water treated
45%
Hand Washing with Soap
 
Hand Washing with Soap

Male
27%
Using safe toilets
 
Using safe toilets
31%
Drinking water treated
 
Drinking water treated
41%
Hand Washing with Soap
 
Hand Washing with Soap
0-14
35%
hand washing with soap
 
hand washing with soap
36%
using safe toilets
 
using safe toilets
29%
drinking water treated
 
drinking water treated

15-19
34%
hand washing with soap
 
hand washing with soap
36%
using safe toilets
 
using safe toilets
30%
drinking water treated
 
drinking water treated

20-24
40%
hand washing with soap
 
hand washing with soap
26%
using safe toilets
 
using safe toilets
34%
drinking water treated
 
drinking water treated

25-30
46%
hand washing with soap
 
hand washing with soap
22%
using safe toilets
 
using safe toilets
32%
drinking water treated
 
drinking water treated

31-34
49%
hand washing with soap
 
hand washing with soap
22%
using safe toilets
 
using safe toilets
29%
drinking water treated
 
drinking water treated

35+
52%
hand washing with soap
 
hand washing with soap
23%
using safe toilets
 
using safe toilets
25%
drinking water treated
 
drinking water treated
25%
Using safe toilets
 
Using safe toilets
32%
Drinking water treated
 
Drinking water treated
43%
Hand Washing with Soap
 
Hand Washing with Soap

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