Public Opinion Poll on Southern Sudan Referendum Conducted by the Agency for Independent Media (AIM)


2010 opens with divided views on the contents of the options of a united Sudan or secession of South Sudan. Whether Sudan remains one or forms two countries takes an important center stage in public debates and discussions. While political parties take hard-line positions on the most effective way out, the curtains are not far from falling, as the referendum approaches.

But these are party positions, South Sudanese haven't concluded yet. To find out what they are thinking though, as it always does, AIM sets out to explore public opinion in the theater of action. Interviewing 250 adult South Sudanese in each of the ten States of Sudan and Khartoum included, in a representative survey, the findings  are interestingā€¦

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