Alliance for Campaign Finance Monitoring (ACFIM) partnered with the National Democratic Institute (NDI) to conduct a survey of Members of the 10th Parliament on campaign finance reform.
The target population was 324 directly elected MPs (excluding Gov’t Ministers and Special Interest Group MPs).
We randomly selected 196 MPs from a stratified sample of the target group by geographical region, MP mandate and political affiliation and interviewed 185 MPs (94%).
The surveys were conducted by telephone between September 16thand October 7th. The survey took a maximum of 40 and minimum of 35 minutes per MP.
The survey is representative of the target population at a 98.5% confidence level with a margin of error of + / -1.5%.
1) Interrogate personal experiences of MPs in the 10thParliament on campaign spending for elections 2016.
2) Understand attitudes of the 10thParliament with regard to legislating on campaign finance reforms.