GENERAL
Day of the African Child
6 questions polled on this topic
20% response rate
9,855 responded out of 48,675 polled
Jun 13. 2015
Do U know there is a Day of the African Child Celebration this week? Reply Y for yes and N for No
Jun 13. 2015
Are people below the age of 18 being married in your community ? Reply Y for Yes and N for No
Jun 13. 2015
Where do most child marriage usually occur in Liberia? A)Villages B) Cities C) Slums community D) All of the above
Jun 13. 2015
Who do U think is responsible for child marriage in Liberia? A. Parents B. Religious Leaders C. Traditional leaders D. Government E. All of the above
Jun 13. 2015
What do U think causes children to be married in Liberia? A. Teenage pregnancy B. No parental support C.Lack of awareness D) Poverty E) All of the above
Jun 13. 2015
What can the Government do to STOP child marriage in Liberia?

POLL RESULTS

JUN 13. 2015
Do U know there is a Day of the African Child Celebration this week? Reply Y for yes and N for No
9,855 responded out of 48,675 polled
Female
64%
No
 
No
36%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
55%
No
 
No
45%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
no
 
no
0%
yes
 
yes

15-19
67%
no
 
no
33%
yes
 
yes

20-24
61%
no
 
no
39%
yes
 
yes

25-30
54%
no
 
no
46%
yes
 
yes

31-34
49%
no
 
no
51%
yes
 
yes

35+
43%
no
 
no
57%
yes
 
yes
58%
No
 
No
42%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 13. 2015
Are people below the age of 18 being married in your community ? Reply Y for Yes and N for No
7,256 responded out of 10,396 polled
Female
68%
No
 
No
32%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
60%
No
 
No
40%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
no
 
no
0%
yes
 
yes

15-19
69%
no
 
no
31%
yes
 
yes

20-24
65%
no
 
no
35%
yes
 
yes

25-30
60%
no
 
no
40%
yes
 
yes

31-34
58%
no
 
no
42%
yes
 
yes

35+
54%
no
 
no
46%
yes
 
yes
63%
No
 
No
37%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 13. 2015
Where do most child marriage usually occur in Liberia? A)Villages B) Cities C) Slums community D) All of the above
5,591 responded out of 7,511 polled
Female
33%
All
 
All
4%
Slums
 
Slums
8%
Cities
 
Cities
55%
Villages
 
Villages

Male
28%
All
 
All
4%
Slums
 
Slums
7%
Cities
 
Cities
61%
Villages
 
Villages
0-14
0%
all
 
all
0%
slums
 
slums
0%
cities
 
cities
0%
villages
 
villages

15-19
27%
all
 
all
4%
slums
 
slums
15%
cities
 
cities
54%
villages
 
villages

20-24
31%
all
 
all
4%
slums
 
slums
7%
cities
 
cities
58%
villages
 
villages

25-30
30%
all
 
all
4%
slums
 
slums
5%
cities
 
cities
61%
villages
 
villages

31-34
26%
all
 
all
5%
slums
 
slums
7%
cities
 
cities
62%
villages
 
villages

35+
29%
all
 
all
4%
slums
 
slums
6%
cities
 
cities
61%
villages
 
villages
30%
All
 
All
4%
Slums
 
Slums
8%
Cities
 
Cities
59%
Villages
 
Villages
JUN 13. 2015
Who do U think is responsible for child marriage in Liberia? A. Parents B. Religious Leaders C. Traditional leaders D. Government E. All of the above
4,851 responded out of 6,572 polled
Female
9%
Government
 
Government
21%
Traditional Leaders
 
Traditional Leaders
7%
Religious Leaders
 
Religious Leaders
62%
Parents
 
Parents

Male
10%
Government
 
Government
18%
Traditional Leaders
 
Traditional Leaders
6%
Religious Leaders
 
Religious Leaders
66%
Parents
 
Parents
0-14
0%
government
 
government
0%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
0%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
0%
parents
 
parents

15-19
9%
government
 
government
24%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
8%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
59%
parents
 
parents

20-24
10%
government
 
government
19%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
7%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
64%
parents
 
parents

25-30
9%
government
 
government
17%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
7%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
67%
parents
 
parents

31-34
11%
government
 
government
13%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
2%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
74%
parents
 
parents

35+
10%
government
 
government
21%
traditional leaders
 
traditional leaders
2%
religious leaders
 
religious leaders
67%
parents
 
parents
10%
Government
 
Government
19%
Traditional Leaders
 
Traditional Leaders
6%
Religious Leaders
 
Religious Leaders
65%
Parents
 
Parents
JUN 13. 2015
What do U think causes children to be married in Liberia? A. Teenage pregnancy B. No parental support C.Lack of awareness D) Poverty E) All of the above
5,648 responded out of 6,159 polled
Female
34%
All
 
All
17%
Poverty
 
Poverty
10%
Awareness
 
Awareness
22%
No Parental Support
 
No Parental Support
17%
Teen Pregnancy
 
Teen Pregnancy

Male
32%
All
 
All
24%
Poverty
 
Poverty
11%
Awareness
 
Awareness
19%
No Parental Support
 
No Parental Support
14%
Teen Pregnancy
 
Teen Pregnancy
0-14
0%
all
 
all
0%
poverty
 
poverty
0%
awareness
 
awareness
0%
no parental support
 
no parental support
0%
teen pregnancy
 
teen pregnancy

15-19
31%
all
 
all
15%
poverty
 
poverty
11%
awareness
 
awareness
23%
no parental support
 
no parental support
21%
teen pregnancy
 
teen pregnancy

20-24
32%
all
 
all
20%
poverty
 
poverty
9%
awareness
 
awareness
23%
no parental support
 
no parental support
16%
teen pregnancy
 
teen pregnancy

25-30
34%
all
 
all
24%
poverty
 
poverty
11%
awareness
 
awareness
19%
no parental support
 
no parental support
12%
teen pregnancy
 
teen pregnancy

31-34
32%
all
 
all
25%
poverty
 
poverty
10%
awareness
 
awareness
20%
no parental support
 
no parental support
13%
teen pregnancy
 
teen pregnancy

35+
35%
all
 
all
28%
poverty
 
poverty
13%
awareness
 
awareness
14%
no parental support
 
no parental support
11%
teen pregnancy
 
teen pregnancy
32%
All
 
All
22%
Poverty
 
Poverty
11%
Awareness
 
Awareness
21%
No Parental Support
 
No Parental Support
15%
Teen Pregnancy
 
Teen Pregnancy
JUN 13. 2015
What can the Government do to STOP child marriage in Liberia?
4,525 responded out of 5,806 polled
government
children
awareness
child
job
stop
marriage
need
provide
parents
education
liberia
can
create
school
help
support
law
will
people
carry
put
jobs
girls
let
parent
make
early
free
country
youth
good
give
poverty
gov
educate
age
teenage
take
goverment
18
also
creat
get
every
needs
schools
young
care
opportunity

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