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Survey of Mongolian Public Opinion PDF Print E-mail
  • First stage: Mongolia, administratively, was divided into 21 aimags (provinces) and the capital-Ulaabaatar. Ulaanbaatar was divided into nine soums (districts). Therefore, the country was divided in two main clusters: the capital Ulaanbaatar and the aimags. The aimags and Ulaanbaatar regionally are classified by the government of Mongolia and the National Statistics Office as the western region, the Khangai region, the eastern region, the central region and Ulaanbaatar. For the public opinion poll, the above classification was used and two aimags from each of the four aimag regions were randomly selected. Taking into consideration the flow of migration from the western region to Khangai and central regions during the last decade, two Khangai region aimags and one central region aimag were randomly added into the sampling.
  • Second stage: Two soums from each of the selected aimags and all nine khoroos (urban districts) from Ulaanbaatar were randomly selected. All nine soums in Ulaanbaatar were selected due to the fact that almost half of the Mongolia’s population resides in the capital.
  • Third stage: On average of two baghs (local administrative grouping) from the selected soums in rural Mongolia and four khoroos from each of the nine soums of Ulaanbaatar were selected. The selected baghs and khoroos were randomly selected from the list provided by the local government offices.
  • Fourth stage: Respondents were selected on the basis of the following quota selection. The respondents were selected in proportion to the general population with respect to age, gender, residence (rural or urban), type of residence for urban dwellers (apartment areas and ger areas). In rural areas, data collectors collected household registration lists for the area, then used these to select respondents. In rural areas, the respondents were also demographically representative of the general population. For households with more than one eligible respondent, subjects were chosen using the “date of birth” method.
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Author : International Republican Institute
Source : USAID
Topic :   Population, Health and Food  
File type : PDF
Year : 2011
Keyword : the capital Ulaanbaatar, the government of Mongolia, National Statistics Office, western region, the Khangai region, the eastern region, the central region and Ulaanbaatar, public opinion poll, Mongolia’s population soums,rural Mongolia local government offices, population with respect to age, gender, residence (rural or urban), type of residence for urban dwellers , apartment areas and ger areas, data collection, household registration list,

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