Kenya Round 4 survey technical information (2005)
Kenya Round 4 codebook (2008)
Kenya Round 4 data (2008)
Kenya Round 5 codebook (2011)
Kenya Round 4 questionnaire
Kenya Round 2 questionnaire
Kenya Round 3 questionnaire
Kenya Round 3 codebook (2005)
Kenya Round 2 data (2003)
Kenya Round 2 codebook (2003)
Kenya Round 6 questionnaire
Kenya Round 5 questionnnaire
A majority of Kenyans see the involvement of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) in Somalia as having been necessary despite terrorist problems resulting from it, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey.
However, survey results indicate that Kenyans are divided over whether the KDF should withdraw from Somalia or not.
The survey results come at a time of intense public debate regarding KDF involvement in Somalia, with concerns that Kenya’s incursion into Somalia may have contributed to increased terror attacks on Kenyan soil.
A majority of Kenyans are finding it difficult to participate in key county activities, the latest Afrobarometer survey indicates.
Public participation is at the core of devolution. However, the Afrobarometer survey shows that most Kenyans find it difficult to participate in the county budgeting and planning process, to influence county decision making, and to access information on county budgets, legislation, and project plans.
A majority of Kenyans say corruption has increased over the past year and the government has performed poorly in fighting it, the latest Afrobarometer survey indicates.
The police, government officials, members of Parliament, and business executives are most widely perceived as corrupt.
By Stephen Buchanan-Clarke and Rorisang Lekalake