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East Timor Lorosa-e National Survey of Citizen Knowledge

Report | January 1, 2002 | 80 pages

Although East Timorese endured a long and costly struggle for independence from Indonesia, they are overwhelmingly optimistic about the state of their country now. Lack of leadership or weak leadership has replaced political conflict and instability as the top concern of East Timorese, concluded a study conducted by Charney Research. This report for the Asia Foundation based on survey research consisting of 1558 in-person interviews addresses critical issues related to the national mood; voter and civic education issues; access to media; language use and preference; and demographics.

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