6 Responses

  1. Connor
    Connor June 11, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    Such an interesting study. I do wonder however, if it could be coupled with the question “how informed are you toward the direction of governmental spending on foreign aid” (very informed, down to uninformed), or something along those lines. I just wonder if people are more or less likely to support foreign aid spending when they know what the funds are actually going toward.

    On one hand, informed people are more aware of the corruption and huge expenditures on bureaucratic processes in foreign aid; but can also see the direct positive impact of ongoing projects and campaigns.

    Just a thought 🙂

  2. Garth Luke
    Garth Luke May 31, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    I think its great that you folks are continuing to help build a more complete picture about how and what people think about aid. Please keep it up.

  3. Finn
    Finn May 31, 2016 at 9:18 am

    Hi Terence and Camilla! Interesting work! Will there be any further analysis on whether the large Pacific population has any influence on these responses? The higher visibility of Pacific people as well as a greater attachment/relationship to the region itself I feel may impact on the support for aid. Cheers,

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