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These nationally representative datasets show people’s attitudes towards their country, how they feel they are adapting to changes in climate and how they use media and information. This has been analysed in this report. Scroll down to access our governance, resilience and media data.

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The datasets include:

Governance: data from 2012, 2013 and 2016 that tracks people’s views of national and local institutions, the extent to which they participate in civic life and how much they feel they can have a say in how the country is run.

Resilience: data from the 2012 Climate Asia survey that shows how people were coping with changes in climate and what communications could do to help them.

Media: data from the 2016 survey that shows how people access and use media.

Key insights
59% of people surveyed felt that agricultural productivity had decreased.
70% of respondents surveyed mentioned radio as the most trusted information source for current affairs and political issues compared with 50% who said TV
96% of people agreed that media plays an important role in holding the government to account
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