Do They Want Us to Support Their Democracy?

In late June 2008, 2,150 Indonesians were asked by one of Indonesia's most reputable polling firms, Lembaga Survey Indonesia (LSI), about their opinions on democracy and the role of outsiders in Indonesia's democratic development.

Kurt Hübner
Published: Wednesday, 09/03/2008 12:00 am EDT

In late June 2008, 2,150 Indonesians were asked by one of Indonesia's most reputable polling firms, Lembaga Survey Indonesia (LSI), about their opinions on democracy and the role of outsiders in Indonesia's democratic development. This was the first time that a survey in Indonesia or anywhere had asked what people thought of foreigners working on their democracy.

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