Indonesians Voice Confidence in Election Commission
In December 2013, Lembaga Survey Indonesia (LSI), with support from the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), fielded a national survey focused on electoral process issues in Indonesia.
Key findings reveal that most Indonesians say they are likely to vote in the 2014 elections, and have confidence in the election commission – the Komisi Pemilihan Umum (KPU).
Those surveyed also say they need more information about issues related to voting, political parties, candidates and their platforms as well as other aspects of the electoral process.
Most citizens who are eligible to vote also believe they are registered but lack information on the process to check their registration status and, if necessary, add their name to the voter list.