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Liberia Institute of Politics & Democracy 2020 Survey Results

The Institute recently asked, in a survey, 100 members how they measure their satisfaction with the Institute, its website, mission, and goals. The current improvement of the site is the result of the thoughts or opinions participants gave about the site and how we can serve and contribute more to Liberia’s democracy, stability, and prosperity. Key questions of the survey are as follows:

  • Do you have a problem browsing through the website pages?
  • Are you satisfied with the site?
    Tell us which menu item, page, article, or design you find essential to the mission and goals of the Institute? Mark all the apply
  • Besides the oath of office, which pledges, or pledges do you think every government official, including the president of Liberia, should take? Name all that apply.

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  • I have problems browsing through the website pages 12.5% 12.5%
  • I have no problem browsing the website 87.5% 87.5%
  • I am satisfied with the Site 60% 60%
  • I am not satisfied with the website. 25% 25%
  • Government officials should take the additional pledges 50% 50%
  • Government officials should take the County Development Pledge 37.5% 37.5%
  • Government officials should take the Corruption Pledge 50% 50%
  • Government officials should take the Checks and Balances Pledge 50% 50%
  • Government officials should take the Education Pledge 62.5% 62.5%
  • Government officials should take the Good Governance Pledge 62.5% 62.5%
  • Government officials should take the Ethics and Morality Pledge 75% 75%
  • Government officials should take the technology pledge 37.5% 37.5%

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