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Public Perceptions of the Security Sector and Police Work in Yemen. A Yemen Polling Center Survey Major Findings January 30, 2013 funded by the European Union. Please cite as follows:

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    1. Public Perceptions of the Security Sector and Police Work in Yemen A Yemen Polling Center Survey Major Findings January 30, 2013 funded by the European Union

    2. Please cite as follows: Yemen Polling Center (2013): Public Perceptions of the Security Sector and Police Work in Yemen. Major Survey Findings. Sanaa: YPC.

    3. Objectives Yemen Polling Center To better understand the nature of Insecurity in Yemen; Local security provision; Non-state actors; Attitudes of the public towards the police; and Gender-related security issues in order to provide input on necessities & opportunities of security sector reform.

    4. Methodology Yemen Polling Center Field work conducted between November and December 2012 Target sample: 2000 respondents. Actual sample: 1990 respondents Yemenis aged 18+ Even number of male and female respondents

    5. Demographics of the sample Yemen Polling Center

    6. Yemen Polling Center

    7. In regard to the education you completed, which of the following phrases describes it best, if any? Yemen Polling Center

    8. What is your employment situation? Yemen Polling Center

    9. What do you think about the current situation in Yemen, is it going in the right direction or the wrong direction? Yemen Polling Center

    10. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Economy Yemen Polling Center

    11. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Jobs Yemen Polling Center

    12. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Fighting Corruption Yemen Polling Center

    13. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Security Situation Yemen Polling Center

    14. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Human Rights Yemen Polling Center

    15. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Women’s Rights Yemen Polling Center

    16. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Public Services Yemen Polling Center

    17. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Anti-Terrorism Efforts Yemen Polling Center

    18. I am going to list some issues and I would like you to tell me whether it is getting better or getting worse: Political Situation Yemen Polling Center

    19. In your opinion, are these institutions active in your area in a positive way, active in a negative way, neither positive nor negative, or not active at all? Yemen Polling Center

    20. The Security Situation

    21. How do you evaluate the general security situation in your area? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    22. In comparison to one year ago, how do you evaluate the security situation in this area? Has it improved or has it deteriorated? Yemen Polling Center

    23. In comparison to one year ago, how do you evaluate the security situation in this area? Per governorate Yemen Polling Center

    24. How safe do you personally feel? Yemen Polling Center

    25. How safe do you personally feel? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    26. How safe do you feel traveling outside this area? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    27. In reality, who ruins security in this area? (open question, record one answer) Yemen Polling Center

    28. In reality, who ruins security in this area? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    29. In reality, who brings security to this area? (open question, record one answer) Yemen Polling Center

    30. In reality, who brings security to this area? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    31. What phenomena in this area pose the greatest threats to your personal security? (open question, record one answer) Yemen Polling Center

    32. To protect yourself and your family, what procedures do you rely on? (open question, record 1 answer) Yemen Polling Center

    33. POLICE STRUCTURE & PRESENCE

    34. Are the following institutions part of the police or not? Yemen Polling Center

    35. Right now for administrative issues (IDs & birth certificates) you have to go to a police station. In the future, would you prefer to keep it as it is now or to have it to another place outside the police station? Yemen Polling Center

    36. Is there a police station in this area? Yemen Polling Center

    37. Is there a police station in this area? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    38. Would you feel more or less secure if there were… Yemen Polling Center

    39. In your opinion, are the police in this area active in a positive way, active in a negative way, neither positive nor negative, not active at all? Yemen Polling Center

    40. In your opinion, are the police in this area active in a positive way, active in a negative way, neither positive nor negative, not active at all? By governorate Yemen Polling Center

    41. PERCEPTIONS OF THE POLICE

    42. To what extent do you think the police treats the following groups fairly? Yemen Polling Center

    43. How much confidence do you have in the police? Yemen Polling Center

    44. Confidence in police by respondents who said that the police is not active in their area at all Yemen Polling Center

    45. In your opinion, what is the reason for the general lack of confidence in the police? (open question, record 1 answer) Yemen Polling Center

    46. In the past twelve months, have you or a member of your family been offered help by a police officer in a positive way when you needed assistance? Yemen Polling Center

    47. In your opinion, what is the level of corruption in the following institution: Yemen Polling Center

    48. In the past twelve months, have you or a member of your family been asked for bribes? (respondents who had interacted with the police in the past twelve months) Yemen Polling Center

    49. By whom were you asked for a bribe? Sample Size: 317 Yemen Polling Center

    50. What were you asked to give? Yemen Polling Center Sample Size: 310