Election is a process that provides an equal opportunity for every individual through the tool of a ballot through which voters decide their representatives to formulate policies and decisions that affect their lives. Therefore, in this regard, participation in elections is pertinent as it provides that space to question the system. In this sense, informed and conscious voters are necessary for good governance and increased participation within the system can restore faith in the system of electoral process and lead to better functioning of our democracy. The Study was aimed at capturing the knowledge, attitude & Practices of the voters to understand the perceptions and perspectives of the people at large about the electoral processes. The Survey among 23 Constituencies of Karnataka at various districts was conducted by GRAAM.

 

Project Name: Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) of Voters, Baseline Survey, Karnataka Assembly Election, 2018
Project Sanction Date 02-Jan-18
Project Period 03rd January 2018 to 31st January 2018
Project Location Bangalore and Mysore
Hassan, South Canara Shivamogga totalling 23 Constituencies
Project Supported by Institute for Social And Economic Change (ISEC)
Implementation Partner Grassroots Research And Advocacy Movement
Project Team Project Director and Mentor: 
Mr. Basavaraju R, Executive Director
Project Holder and Contact person: 
Dr.Rajendra Prasad