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Preliminary Report of the IMANI Survey Results: “Aligning the Promises of Political Parties with the expectations of the Ghanaian Voter”

As a  follow up to IMANI’s pre-election reports and analysis of campaign promises, and in a bid to further deepen the understanding of Ghana’s unique democratic landscape in the run-up to what is possibly an election that will define a pivotal stage in Ghana’s socio-economic evolution, IMANI conducted a nationwide survey to understand what potential voters thought about policies and projects of the  governing party and what issues they consider as “priority”. The nationwide survey equally captured the aspirations of Ghanaians vis-à-vis the development of the country.

Respondents were drawn across all the 10 regions of Ghana and were asked to rank their expectations around several projects and themes. These included Governance, Gender, Health, Education, Agriculture, the Economy and Infrastructural Development.

On September 22 2016, IMANI Center for Policy and Education held a public presentation at the Mensvic Hotel, East Legon (Accra-Ghana) to present the findings of the survey to the general public. The function was graced by notable figures in the Ghanaian diplomatic community, civil society and was largely covered by the local media.

The presentations were made by IMANI’s Senior Fellow and Head of Telecoms Desk, Selorm Branttie and IMANI’s Head for Political and Economic Affairs, Patrick Stephenson.

Click here to download the presentation made at the event.

A more comprehensive report will be published soon.


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