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What changes have you noticed in Nigeria in the last 12 months?
2 questions polled on this topic
8% response rate
107,046 responded out of 1,316,744 polled
Jun 1. 2016
what changes have you noticed in Nigeria in the last 12 months?
Jun 1. 2016
What key issues would you like to be addressed in the next 12 months?

POLL RESULTS

JUN 1. 2016
what changes have you noticed in Nigeria in the last 12 months?
107,046 responded out of 1,316,744 polled
Female
83%
Increase in price of goods
 
Increase in price of goods
2%
Improved services
 
Improved services
15%
Tackled Corruption
 
Tackled Corruption

Male
70%
Increase in price of goods
 
Increase in price of goods
2%
Improved services
 
Improved services
28%
Tackled Corruption
 
Tackled Corruption
0-14
0%
increase in price of goods
 
increase in price of goods
0%
tackled corruption
 
tackled corruption
0%
improved services
 
improved services

15-19
77%
increase in price of goods
 
increase in price of goods
21%
tackled corruption
 
tackled corruption
3%
improved services
 
improved services

20-24
77%
increase in price of goods
 
increase in price of goods
21%
tackled corruption
 
tackled corruption
2%
improved services
 
improved services

25-30
78%
increase in price of goods
 
increase in price of goods
21%
tackled corruption
 
tackled corruption
2%
improved services
 
improved services

31-34
75%
increase in price of goods
 
increase in price of goods
23%
tackled corruption
 
tackled corruption
2%
improved services
 
improved services

35+
70%
increase in price of goods
 
increase in price of goods
28%
tackled corruption
 
tackled corruption
2%
improved services
 
improved services
75%
Increase in price of goods
 
Increase in price of goods
2%
Improved services
 
Improved services
23%
Tackled Corruption
 
Tackled Corruption
JUN 1. 2016
What key issues would you like to be addressed in the next 12 months?
65,423 responded out of 110,915 polled
devaluation
ohun
cause
fixing
tacking
democratic
shugaban
omi
signed
daya
difference
eduction
notin
skyrocketed
menstrual
131
evrything
finacial
jod
suppy
threats
phc
whereby
alawi
corruptin
cotrol
ignorance
ikon
opo
orileede
palative
sev
strategize
suffered
sunce
uni
usd
weeks
wily
yazo
86per
administrative
angthing
anwser
barrista
bayasa
beeb
brou
campaig
checkes

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