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Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) Baseline Survey: Karnataka Assembly Election, 2018

Election Commission in Karnataka carried out  a scientific baseline study to gauge the level of knowledge, attitude and participation/practices of voters in elections. Based on the findings of the study, a Behaviour  Change  Communication (BCC) campaign was developed and implemented in the state.

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Project Snapshot:

Project Name Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) Baseline Survey: Karnataka Assembly Election, 2018
Project Sanction Date 10 Jan 2018
Project Period Jan 2018 to Apr 2018
Project Location Karnataka
Project Supported By
Implementation Partner Governance and Democratization
Project Team


Project objectives:

The main objective respondents to understand perceptions of people, both general and specific, about the elections, the electoral process and the initiatives undertaken by the Election Commission. The study was sanctioned by Karnataka State Election Commission to the Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC). GRAAM was a partner organization to ISEC and helped in the formulation and implementation of the Study. The study covered 40 Assembly Constituencies (AC) across Bengaluru, Belagavi, Gulbarga and Mysuru regions of Karnataka. GRAAM collected data from 23 ACs across Bengaluru and Mysuru regions.

Project Result / Accomplishments:

Key findings from the Study:

1.              Level of awareness among the voters about the existing electoral processes

     2.              Attitude of the voters towards the electoral processes

     3.        Level of participation and practices

     4.              SVEEP interventions by the Election Commission


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