Public Attitudes Toward Government Accountability and Transparency 2008

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 27, 2008

Public Attitudes Toward Government Accountability and Transparency 2008, A Survey Commissioned by the Association of Government Accountants, February 2008.

  • “In January 2008, the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) commissioned a study by leading market research firm Harris Interactive®, to conduct the first in a series of annual surveys of public attitudes towards government transparency and accountability. The objective of this first survey was to establish a baseline understanding of public attitudes, concerning transparency and accountability progress—or the lack of it—which could be tracked
    annually. A secondary objective was to use the survey findings
    to raise the profile of this important issue and help to drive the understanding of it among policymakers, government employees and the public.”
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