© TNS
Nigeria Opinion Series
Vol. 3 – Nov. 2015
Prepared by TNS Nigeria
Public Affairs Research Division
1
© TNS
Key issues examined:
Opinion on country’s direction
President’s Job Approval
Ministerial Nominations
Treasury Single...
© TNS
think that the country
is headed in the right
direction
48%
Affirms the president’s
performance; a drop of
6% from A...
© TNS
PMB's Job
Approval
May '15 -
August ’15 74%
November '15 68%
Power
Supply
May '15 6%
August ’15 74%
November '15 71%...
Bolts and nuts…
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The questions…
Cause Impact
1 PMB's Job Approval
2 Has power supply improved?
3 State of the nation
4 PMB’s appointm...
Findings
© TNS
The number of people who think the country is headed in the
right direction dropped by 7% from August. PMB’s overall...
© TNS
Nigerians are largely satisfied with and convinced that the
president’s nominations and appointments have been devoi...
© TNS
Perceived effect of the ministerial nominations on the
economy
are optimistic that the
nominations will have a
posit...
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On the President’s men….
The public has a definite
opinion about only two
of the presidential
ministerial nominees
a...
© TNS
71%
Report
improvement
in power
supply
73%
Support the
Single Treasury
Account
On power supply, TSA and fuel subsidy...
© TNS
How was the data collected?
The survey was conducted among a
representative adult sample in each of the
6 geo-politi...
© TNS
For more:
Mariam Fagbemi
TNS RMS Public Affairs Research
Tel: + 234 1 802 903 2940
Email: mariam.fagbemi@tnsglobal.c...
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National opinion series v31115 (3)

TNS RMS Public Affairs Research division conducts an opinion poll among Nigerians to collect their views about the newly elected president Mr. Buhari and his key initiatives so far and public confidence .
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Government & Nonprofit      
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Transcripts - National opinion series v31115 (3)

  • 1. © TNS Nigeria Opinion Series Vol. 3 – Nov. 2015 Prepared by TNS Nigeria Public Affairs Research Division 1
  • 2. © TNS Key issues examined: Opinion on country’s direction President’s Job Approval Ministerial Nominations Treasury Single Account (TSA)
  • 3. © TNS think that the country is headed in the right direction 48% Affirms the president’s performance; a drop of 6% from August rating 68% Are optimistic that the formation of the Cabinet will have a positive knock on effect on the economy 83% Approve of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) policy 73% 3 This wave in summary
  • 4. © TNS PMB's Job Approval May '15 - August ’15 74% November '15 68% Power Supply May '15 6% August ’15 74% November '15 71% 4 Over time…
  • 5. Bolts and nuts…
  • 6. © TNS The questions… Cause Impact 1 PMB's Job Approval 2 Has power supply improved? 3 State of the nation 4 PMB’s appointments tribalistic? -How would you rate the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari? Would you rate it very good, somewhat good, somewhat poor or very poor? -Talking about electric power supply in your area, would you say it has improved, remained the same, or it has become worse within the last 2 months -What is your overall opinion on how things are going in our country today. Would you say things are going in the right direction or wrong direction? -Some people have accused President Buhari of tribalism based on the appointments he has made since resumption of office while others think otherwise. How about you? Do you think he has been tribalistic or not? 5 Ministerial nominations 6 Effect of having ministers on the economy 7 Treasury Single Account (TSA) 8 Fuel Subsidy? -As you may be aware that President Buhari has nominated the ministers he will be working with, how satisfied are you with the quality of the individuals he has nominated? -Do you think that appointment of the ministers will cause an improvement in the economy? -Do you support the directive by the Federal Government for all its ministries and agencies to operate a single account? -Do you support or oppose the complete removal of fuel subsidy by the present administration 6
  • 7. Findings
  • 8. © TNS The number of people who think the country is headed in the right direction dropped by 7% from August. PMB’s overall job approval also dropped slightly Right Direction 31% 48% Wrong Direction Affirms the president’s performance; a drop of 6% from August rating 68% 8
  • 9. © TNS Nigerians are largely satisfied with and convinced that the president’s nominations and appointments have been devoid of tribal sentiments 22% 66% 12% He has been tribalistic He has NOT been tribalistic No opinion 10% 13% 20% 28% 29% Very dissatisfied Somehow dissatisfied Indifferent Somehow satisfied Very satisfied PMB’s appointments tribalistic? Satisfaction with the nominations 9
  • 10. © TNS Perceived effect of the ministerial nominations on the economy are optimistic that the nominations will have a positive impact on the economy Do not think that the nomination of the ministers will make a difference 83% 17% 10
  • 11. © TNS On the President’s men…. The public has a definite opinion about only two of the presidential ministerial nominees and Fashola is the more favorably perceived of the two that are known 14% 7% 6% 66% Babatunde Fashola Rotimi Amaechi Others Don't know 12
  • 12. © TNS 71% Report improvement in power supply 73% Support the Single Treasury Account On power supply, TSA and fuel subsidy removal… 58% Support the removal of fuel subsidy 13
  • 13. © TNS How was the data collected? The survey was conducted among a representative adult sample in each of the 6 geo-political zones plus Lagos. Interviews were conducted through telephone interviews at our CATI center. In all, we interviewed 1003 adults using a fully structured questionnaire. The sample was split almost evenly between males and females and regional allocation was done according to the population provision for each region. We have a rich pool of over 500,000 telephone numbers from consenting participants in earlier conducted surveys from which the sample for this current study was drawn. Fieldwork was done between October 28th and November 2nd 2015. 14
  • 14. © TNS For more: Mariam Fagbemi TNS RMS Public Affairs Research Tel: + 234 1 802 903 2940 Email: mariam.fagbemi@tnsglobal.com 15

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