EDUCATION
There are serious discussions on school opening date because of Ebola. Do you think that school should resume 22nd of September? a)yes b)no
8 questions polled on this topic
14% response rate
8,486 responded out of 59,111 polled
Sep 15. 2014
Should school open on 22nd September?
Sep 15. 2014
Other reasons why schools should not start
Sep 15. 2014
Why should schools not open?
Sep 15. 2014
Why schools should open?
Sep 15. 2014
Other reasons why schools should open
Sep 15. 2014
When do you think School should start?
Sep 15. 2014
Other suggested dates
Sep 15. 2014
Are you satisfied so far with how U-report is keeping you up to date about Ebola?

POLL RESULTS

SEP 15. 2014
Should school open on 22nd September?
8,486 responded out of 59,111 polled
Female
48%
No
 
No
52%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
44%
No
 
No
56%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
50%
yes
 
yes
50%
no
 
no

15-19
60%
yes
 
yes
40%
no
 
no

20-24
60%
yes
 
yes
40%
no
 
no

25-30
57%
yes
 
yes
43%
no
 
no

31-34
55%
yes
 
yes
45%
no
 
no

35+
48%
yes
 
yes
52%
no
 
no
45%
No
 
No
55%
Yes
 
Yes
SEP 15. 2014
Other reasons why schools should not start
130 responded out of 167 polled
ebola
children
schools
school
spread
students
teachers
will
measures
preventive
can
control
nigeria
enough
health
may
public
pupils
student
sure
virus
among
bcos
evd
free
government
holiday
kids
nd
nt
one
prevent
resumption
risk
sallah
yet
also
break
cure
disease
etc
just
like
might
parents
put
ready
sch
schs
state
SEP 15. 2014
Why should schools not open?
3,462 responded out of 3,857 polled
Female
48%
All of the above
 
All of the above
6%
Other reasons
 
Other reasons
2%
Teachers not prepared
 
Teachers not prepared
29%
Schools have no preventive measures
 
Schools have no preventive measures
16%
Ebola spread
 
Ebola spread

Male
48%
All of the above
 
All of the above
4%
Other reasons
 
Other reasons
4%
Teachers not prepared
 
Teachers not prepared
31%
Schools have no preventive measures
 
Schools have no preventive measures
12%
Ebola spread
 
Ebola spread
0-14
33%
schools have no preventive measures
 
schools have no preventive measures
0%
teachers not prepared
 
teachers not prepared
0%
other reasons
 
other reasons
0%
ebola spread
 
ebola spread
67%
all of the above
 
all of the above

15-19
33%
schools have no preventive measures
 
schools have no preventive measures
3%
teachers not prepared
 
teachers not prepared
5%
other reasons
 
other reasons
21%
ebola spread
 
ebola spread
38%
all of the above
 
all of the above

20-24
26%
schools have no preventive measures
 
schools have no preventive measures
2%
teachers not prepared
 
teachers not prepared
5%
other reasons
 
other reasons
16%
ebola spread
 
ebola spread
51%
all of the above
 
all of the above

25-30
33%
schools have no preventive measures
 
schools have no preventive measures
3%
teachers not prepared
 
teachers not prepared
4%
other reasons
 
other reasons
14%
ebola spread
 
ebola spread
45%
all of the above
 
all of the above

31-34
31%
schools have no preventive measures
 
schools have no preventive measures
3%
teachers not prepared
 
teachers not prepared
5%
other reasons
 
other reasons
14%
ebola spread
 
ebola spread
47%
all of the above
 
all of the above

35+
27%
schools have no preventive measures
 
schools have no preventive measures
4%
teachers not prepared
 
teachers not prepared
5%
other reasons
 
other reasons
9%
ebola spread
 
ebola spread
55%
all of the above
 
all of the above
49%
All of the above
 
All of the above
5%
Other reasons
 
Other reasons
3%
Teachers not prepared
 
Teachers not prepared
30%
Schools have no preventive measures
 
Schools have no preventive measures
13%
Ebola spread
 
Ebola spread
SEP 15. 2014
Why schools should open?
3,983 responded out of 4,629 polled
Female
17%
All of the above
 
All of the above
9%
Others
 
Others
4%
Ebola is not a risk
 
Ebola is not a risk
38%
Loss of learning time
 
Loss of learning time
32%
Children Idle at home
 
Children Idle at home

Male
20%
All of the above
 
All of the above
12%
Others
 
Others
6%
Ebola is not a risk
 
Ebola is not a risk
35%
Loss of learning time
 
Loss of learning time
26%
Children Idle at home
 
Children Idle at home
0-14
33%
loss of learning time
 
loss of learning time
0%
ebola is not a risk
 
ebola is not a risk
33%
children idle at home
 
children idle at home
33%
all of the above
 
all of the above
0%
others
 
others

15-19
47%
loss of learning time
 
loss of learning time
5%
ebola is not a risk
 
ebola is not a risk
34%
children idle at home
 
children idle at home
9%
all of the above
 
all of the above
5%
others
 
others

20-24
42%
loss of learning time
 
loss of learning time
4%
ebola is not a risk
 
ebola is not a risk
29%
children idle at home
 
children idle at home
16%
all of the above
 
all of the above
9%
others
 
others

25-30
33%
loss of learning time
 
loss of learning time
5%
ebola is not a risk
 
ebola is not a risk
30%
children idle at home
 
children idle at home
19%
all of the above
 
all of the above
14%
others
 
others

31-34
41%
loss of learning time
 
loss of learning time
3%
ebola is not a risk
 
ebola is not a risk
24%
children idle at home
 
children idle at home
20%
all of the above
 
all of the above
13%
others
 
others

35+
35%
loss of learning time
 
loss of learning time
7%
ebola is not a risk
 
ebola is not a risk
25%
children idle at home
 
children idle at home
22%
all of the above
 
all of the above
11%
others
 
others
19%
All of the above
 
All of the above
11%
Others
 
Others
5%
Ebola is not a risk
 
Ebola is not a risk
36%
Loss of learning time
 
Loss of learning time
28%
Children Idle at home
 
Children Idle at home
SEP 15. 2014
Other reasons why schools should open
362 responded out of 449 polled
ebola
children
school
schools
case
can
spread
home
nigeria
measures
control
government
govt
go
will
new
now
since
virus
even
place
places
risk
disease
god
market
also
learning
prevent
preventive
provide
taken
churches
parents
public
states
contained
country
days
like
need
resume
still
students
time
church
close
etc
evd
issue
SEP 15. 2014
When do you think School should start?
3,238 responded out of 3,425 polled
Female
3%
None of the above
 
None of the above
6%
Other reasons
 
Other reasons
50%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
37%
13th October
 
13th October
4%
Later
 
Later

Male
5%
None of the above
 
None of the above
6%
Other reasons
 
Other reasons
45%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
40%
13th October
 
13th October
4%
Later
 
Later
0-14
33%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
0%
later
 
later
0%
other reasons
 
other reasons
67%
13th october
 
13th october
0%
none of the above
 
none of the above

15-19
46%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
1%
later
 
later
4%
other reasons
 
other reasons
44%
13th october
 
13th october
5%
none of the above
 
none of the above

20-24
46%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
2%
later
 
later
9%
other reasons
 
other reasons
38%
13th october
 
13th october
5%
none of the above
 
none of the above

25-30
49%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
4%
later
 
later
7%
other reasons
 
other reasons
36%
13th october
 
13th october
4%
none of the above
 
none of the above

31-34
47%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
2%
later
 
later
9%
other reasons
 
other reasons
39%
13th october
 
13th october
4%
none of the above
 
none of the above

35+
44%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
6%
later
 
later
6%
other reasons
 
other reasons
41%
13th october
 
13th october
4%
none of the above
 
none of the above
4%
None of the above
 
None of the above
6%
Other reasons
 
Other reasons
42%
when ebola eradicated
 
when ebola eradicated
34%
13th October
 
13th October
4%
Later
 
Later
SEP 15. 2014
Other suggested dates
164 responded out of 180 polled
ebola
schools
measures
preventive
place
put
school
adequate
resume
spread
teachers
can
virus
measure
vaccine
children
govt
prevent
provided
trained
available
case
control
disease
handle
staff
students
till
cure
equipped
facilities
good
health
prevention
proper
provide
also
cases
enough
eradicated
government
made
may
october
properly
student
able
ad
contained
discovered
SEP 15. 2014
Are you satisfied so far with how U-report is keeping you up to date about Ebola?
6,760 responded out of 7,118 polled
Female
7%
No
 
No
93%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
6%
No
 
No
94%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
100%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

15-19
84%
yes
 
yes
16%
no
 
no

20-24
93%
yes
 
yes
7%
no
 
no

25-30
95%
yes
 
yes
5%
no
 
no

31-34
95%
yes
 
yes
5%
no
 
no

35+
95%
yes
 
yes
5%
no
 
no
6%
No
 
No
94%
Yes
 
Yes

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