A group by name Alliance For Continuous Democratic Governance (ACDG) has conducted a survey on the government’s performance in COVID-19 response.
The survey was conducted between Monday, April 6, 2020, to Wednesday, April 8, 2020, via google form and circulated across WhatsApp platforms within Greater Accra, Eastern, Savanah, Western, Ashanti and Central regions.
According to the survey, 95% of Ghanaians believe the proposal by John Dramani Mahama for the absorption/reduction of electricity and mobile data costs is very essential and must be considered and implemented by the government now.
About 52% of Ghanaians believe the government is handling livelihood measures poorly while 48% think the government is handling it well.
Also, 67% of Ghanaians believe that the package to health workers is discriminatory among health workers and 89% of these respondents want the government to give higher allowance to frontline workers and give less to other health workers with the underlying principle that all
health workers should be motivated as all of them are exposed to risk but in a graduated manner.
This is the second work of Alliance for Continuous Democratic Governance
(ACDG), a pressure group dedicated to projecting the voice of the unheard, as far as this pandemic is concerned.
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LEAD RESEARCHER: MERCY AFUMWAA M. BOATENG
SOKY MEDIA GROUP SURVEY
In order to serve you well, we will like you to help us by honestly answering the questions below.
NOTE: Your answers are kept for our use only. It is not meant for the general public.