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1 Representation of Peoples Amendment Bill Public Responses and attitude to Bill – ACCRA (November 2005)

2 Total Surveys : 614 of 922 Report Date : 11/21/2005 Sex 1male47978.01% 2female13521.99% Age Group 1above 60172.77% 245-59406.51% 335-446911.24% 418-3448879.48% Which political party do you support? 1NDC10517.1% 2CPP223.58% 3GCPP111.79% 4NPP18530.13% 5Reform40.65% 6Other223.58% 7None26543.16% Summary Report

3 Demographic Profile of Respondents

4 Sex Distribution of Respondents

5 Age Distribution of Respondents

6 Political Party Support of Respondents

7 Sex-disaggregation of Respondents

8 Age Group PLOTTED AGAINST Sex of Respondents

9 Which political party do you support? PLOTTED AGAINST Sex of Respondents

10 Summary Responses General Summaries

11 Do you know what ROPAB seeks to achieve?

12 To what extent do you understand the IMPLICATIONS of ROPAB?

13 Do you think the ROPAB should be passed by Parliament as it is?

14 To what extent do you think the ROPAB has been politicized?

15 Cross Tabulation of Questions with Sex of Respondents

16 Do you know what ROPAB seeks to achieve? PLOTTED AGAINST Sex of Respondents

17 To what extent do you understand the IMPLICATIONS of ROPAB? PLOTTED AGAINST Sex of Respondents

18 Do you think the ROPAB should be passed by Parliament as it is? PLOTTED AGAINST Sex of Respondents

19 To what extent do you think the ROPAB has been politicized? PLOTTED AGAINST Sex of Respondents

20 Cross Tabulation of Questions with Age Group of Respondents

21 Do you know what ROPAB seeks to achieve? PLOTTED AGAINST Age Group of Respondents

22 To what extent do you understand the IMPLICATIONS of ROPAB? PLOTTED AGAINST Age Group of Respondents

23 Do you think the ROPAB should be passed by Parliament as it is? PLOTTED AGAINST Age Group of Respondents

24 To what extent do you think the ROPAB has been politicized? PLOTTED AGAINST Age Group of Respondents

25 Cross Tabulation of Questions with Political Party Support of Respondents

26 Do you know what ROPAB seeks to achieve? PLOTTED AGAINST Which political party do you support?

27 To what extent do you understand the IMPLICATIONS of ROPAB? PLOTTED AGAINST Which political party do you support?

28 Do you think the ROPAB should be passed by Parliament as it is? PLOTTED AGAINST Which political party do you support?

29 To what extent do you think the ROPAB has been politicized? PLOTTED AGAINST Which political party do you support?

30 Selected Cross Tabulation of some Questions

31 Do you think the ROPAB should be passed by Parliament as it is? PLOTTED AGAINST To what extent do you think the ROPAB has been politicized?

32 Some Explanations of the Previous Slide 66% of respondents who said the ROPAB had been EXTREMELY POLITICIZED were of the opinion that the Bill shouldn’t be passed as it is; 64% of respondents who said the ROPAB had been VERY MUCH POLITICIZED were also of the opinion that the Bill shouldn’t be passed as it is; 58% of respondents who said the ROPAB had not been politicized were of the opinion that the Bill shouldn’t be passed as it is; 52% of respondents who said the ROPAB had not been politicized AT ALL were of the opinion that the Bill shouldn’t be passed as it is

33 To what extent do you understand the IMPLICATIONS of ROPAB? PLOTTED AGAINST To what extent do you think the ROPAB has been politicized?

34 Some Explanations of the Previous Slide 57% of respondents who said they did not AT ALL understand the Implications of the ROPAB were also NOT SURE whether the ROPAB had been Politicized; 44% of respondents who said they understood the implications of the ROPAB VERY WELL were also of the opinion that the ROPAB had been VERY MUCH politicized; 33% of respondents who said they understood the implications EXTREMELY WELL were also of the opinion that ROPAB has been EXTREMELY politicized;


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