Surveys & Opinion Polls

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October 2003

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 21, 2003

Jakarta – Prospective presidential candidates who are involved in cases of corruption, collusion and nepotism (KKN), as well as those who have been involved in violations of human rights will not g

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 20, 2003

Compared to three months ago, the public’s assessment of the performance of President Megawati Sukarnoputri’s government in the ninth quarter of the government’s term is showing signs of a decline.

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 13, 2003

The greatest obstacle to upholding the law in Indonesia is located in the capacity and resoluteness of law enforcement agencies in the enforcement of legislation, rather than the need to compliment

August 2003

News/Indonesia
Kompas – August 8, 2003

Jakarta – Although the hopes and interests of society with regard to the 2004 general elections are very positive and indicate an attitude of enthusiasm, society feels pessimistic about whether the

News/Indonesia
Kompas – August 4, 2003

Getting rid of a bad image which has long been planted in the minds of society is not an easy matter.

July 2003

News/Indonesia
Kompas – July 28, 2003

Although formally, the regulations and institutions for upholding human rights in Indonesian have made progress, in practice this is still far from the expectations of society.

News/West Papua
Sinar Harapan – July 3, 2003

Jayapura – Seventy-five percent (75) of native Papuans appear to want Papua to be free and become an independent country.

June 2003

News/Indonesia
Kompas – June 13, 2003

Jakarta -- The popularity of the large political in the lead-up to the 2004 general elections is continuing to decline in the eyes of the public.