Survey on Voter Attitudes and Behaviour of the 2004 elections in Mozambique
In Mozambique, an election study is more than the typical academic study of voter behavior; rather it is a study of democracy itself, both the prospects for its consolidation as well as its quality.
This project will consist out of the conduct of a survey on voter attitudes and behaviour, the drafting of the research report, as also the dissemination of the study results. It will be implemented by the Mozambican chapter of the Electoral Institute for Southern Africa (EISA) in cooperation with the center for Population Studies at Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM) in Maputo.
The aim of this research is addressing a number of broader issues related to voting behavior and political attitudes of the Mozambican voting population.