Washington, DC – Today IRI released a provincial survey on democratic governance in Indonesia. The South Sulawesi provincial survey, which was conducted January 12-February 1, 2012, provides views on the direction of the province, citizen satisfaction towards local government services, policies and institutions, as well as information on perceptions of corruption and the level of citizen participation, including youth and women’s participation within the South Sulawesi province.
The South Sulawesi provincial survey selected a random sample of 720 adult men and women and was conducted in 51 rural and 21 urban locations in 24 districts of South Sulawesi. The survey margin of error is estimated at plus or minus 3.7 percent. The survey was designed, analyzed and fielded by Lembaga Survei Indonesia under the supervision of Fallon Research and Communications, Inc.
IRI has conducted surveys in Indonesia since 2003 to provide stakeholders with relevant information to improve democratic governance at the regional level and provide issue-specific information to local leaders so that they can more effectively serve the needs of their constituents.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, IRI advances freedom and democracy worldwide by developing political parties, civic institutions, open elections, democratic governance and the rule of law.