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August 2012: Three quarters (75%) of those surveyed in a 24-country study admit to knowing ‘nothing at all’ or ‘not very much’ about the development aid given by their country to poor ...

August 2012: Three quarters (75%) of those surveyed in a 24-country study admit to knowing ‘nothing at all’ or ‘not very much’ about the development aid given by their country to poor countries, according to our latest Ipsos Global @dvisor.

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    • Paste co- brand logo here 1Views on development spendingFindings from Ipsos Global @dvisor 30/10/2012© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 2 Global @dvisor is a monthly online survey conducted via the Global Ipsos Online Panel. Fieldwork was conducted online in 24 countries (Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United States) between 3rd July 2012 and 17th July 2012. Between 502 and 1,042 respondents participated in each country. Weighting has been applied to balance demographics and ensure that the sample’s composition reflects the adult population according to the most recent country census data, and to provide results intended to approximate the intended sample universe.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 3Awareness of development aid© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoOverall, awareness of development spending is low here 4 How much, if anything, do you know about 4% the development aid given by [your country] to poorer countries? 20% 21% A great deal A fair amount Not very much Nothing at all 55%Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 5 Three quarters of people (75%) say that they know ‘not very much’ or ‘nothing at all’ about development aid given by their country to poorer countries. In a third of countries more than eight in ten people feel this way.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoAwareness of development aid varies by country here 6 How much, if anything, do you know about the development aid given by [your country] to poorer countries? France 35% 55% 9% 1% Spain 22% 65% 11% 2% Mexico 25% 61% 10% 4% Poland 14% 71% 14% 1% Argentina 29% 55% 21% South Korean 16% 67% 16% 1% Belgium 25% 58% 14% 2% Indonesia 13% 69% 16% 3% South Africa 23% 56% 18% 3% Italy 16% 63% 19% 2% Sweden 22% 57% 19% 2% Brazil 21% 56% 19% 4% Canada 20% 57% 20% 2% Great Britain 18% 58% 21% 3% Hungary 18% 58% 21% 3% Australia 16% 60% 21% 3% Russia 34% 39% 24% 3% Japan 11% 62% 23% 4% Germany 13% 59% 27% 2% USA 18% 51% 24% 7% Turkey 17% 39% 36% 8% China 9% 47% 35% 9% India 7% 37% 42% 14% Saudi Arabia 15% 29% 36% 20% Nothing at all Not very much A fair amount A great deal Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 7Highest spend on development 27© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-Nearly a quarter of people believe the USA spent the highest brand logo hereproportion of its national income on development aid in 2011 8 Which one of these countries do you think spent the highest percentage of its overall national income on development aid in 2011? USA 24% Germany 11% Japan 7% China 6% UK 5% Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-The top five countries remain the same when second and third logo brand herehighest contributors are also taken into account 9 Which one of these countries do you think spent the highest/ second highest/ third highest percentage of its overall national income on development aid in 2011? United States 50% Germany 30% Great Britain 25% Japan 20% China 18% France 16% Canada 12% Sweden 12% Switzerland 9% Saudi Arabia 9% Australia 8% Norway 8% India 8% Brazil 7% South Africa 7% Russia 7% Denmark 6% Spain 6% Netherlands 6% South Korea 5% Indonesia 5% Italy 5% Finalnd 4% Turkey 4% Belgium 3% Argentina 3% Mexico 3% Poland 2% Ireland 2% Hungary 2% Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-In 11 countries the respondents’ own country was the most popular brand logo herechoice for highest spend as proportion of national income 10 Which one of these countries do you think spent the highest/ second highest/ third highest percentage of its overall national income on development aid in 2011? Germany 66% Saudi Arabia 55% USA 54% Great Britain 43% Sweden 38% Japan 31% Australia 26% Brazil 26% Russia 26% Canada 25% France 24% India 23% % in each country who thought their Turkey 23% own country spent the highest Spain 19% percentage of national income on Belgium 18% Indonesia 15% development aid Argentina 14% Italy 12% South Korea 11% Mexico 8% Poland 6% South Africa 6% Hungary 4% Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-In 10 countries the USA was the most popular choice for highest brand logo herespend as proportion of national income 11 Which one of these countries do you think spent the highest/ second highest/ third highest percentage of its overall national income on development aid in 2011? USA 54% South Korea 38% South Africa 34% Mexico 29% Poland 29% India 28% Turkey 28% China 27% Canada 25% Australia 24% Brazil 24% Belgium 22% Hungary 21% Indonesia 21% % in each country who thought Italy 21% the USA spent the highest Argentina 20% Russia 20% percentage of national income on Spain 20% development aid Great Britain 19% France 18% Japan 17% Saudi Arabia 12% Sweden 10% Germany 8% Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoOwn country or USA? here 12 Which one of these countries do you think spent the highest/ second highest/ third highest percentage of its overall national income on development aid in 2011? Germany Saudi Arabia USA Great Britain Sweden Japan Australia Brazil Russia Canada France % thought own country spent the most India % thought USA spent the most Turkey Spain Belgium Indonesia Argentina Italy South Korea Mexico Poland South Africa Hungary Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 13 However these perceptions of which country spends the highest, don’t match with which countries really spend the highest proportion of their national income on development aid...© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo Highest spend vs. actual spend as % GNI here 14 Actual ODA spending in 2011 vs. perceived highest spend 0.012 Not enough credit 0.01 Sweden Norway Denmark 0.008 NetherlandsNet ODA as 0.006 % GNI Belgium Great Britain Finland Ireland France Switzerland 0.004 Germany Australia Canada Too much Spain credit 0.002 Italy United States Japan South Korea 0 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% % Who think that the country spent the highest as a % of national income on development aid in 2011© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 15 It’s possible that people are thinking about the actual amounts that countries spend rather than as a % of national income…© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo Highest spend vs. actual spend in $ here 16 Actual ODA spending in 2011 (US$m) vs. perceived highest spend 35,000 Top four most mentioned countries R² = 0.87 United States 30,000 25,000 7000 20,000 Netherlands 6000Actual ODA Sweden spend Canada 5000 Norway in US$m Australia 15,000 Germany Italy Spain Great Britain 4000 France 3000 Denmark Switzerland 10,000 Japan Belgium 2000 Finland 1000 Ireland 5,000 0 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% 0 0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 % Who think that the country spent the highest as a % of national income on development aid in 2011© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 17Wasted government spending 27© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-Overall, development spending is seen as more wasteful than logo brand hereeducation spending, and as wasteful as defence spending 18 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money [country] government spends on … is wasted”? Education 17% 24% 25% 27% Financialaid to poor 22% 29% 25% 12% countries Defence 24% 30% 22% 13% Strongly agree Tend to agree Dont Know Tend to disagree Strongly disagreeBase: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoWasted government spending on education by country here 19 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money [country] government spends on education is wasted”? Brazil 60% 20% South Africa 34% 31% Indonesia 31% 32% Turkey 29% 27% Russia 28% 33% Poland 27% 37% India 26% 31% Mexico 18% 12% South Korea 17% 47% Japan 16% 38% United States 14% 25% France 13% 30% Hungary 11% 18% Saudi Arabia 10% 25% Argentina 9% 10% Australia 9% 25% Belgium 8% 20% Germany 8% 16% Great Britain 8% 24% Italy 8% 14% Canada 6% 24% Spain 4% 9% Sweden 4% 7% Strongly agree Tend to agreeBase: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoWasted government spending on defence by country here 20 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money [country] government spends on defence is wasted”? Brazil 49% 25% Germany 45% 30% Spain 41% 26% Italy 39% 32% South Africa 35% 39% Mexico 31% 21% Indonesia 28% 33% Poland 26% 38% Belgium 25% 36% Turkey 25% 24% Hungary 23% 33% France 21% 36% India 20% 34% Russia 19% 32% Japan 18% 35% Canada 17% 32% Argentina 16% 16% South Korea 14% 44% Sweden 14% 30% United States 14% 27% Great Britain 13% 29% Saudi Arabia 12% 21% Australia 11% 28% Strongly agree Tend to agreeBase: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-Wasted government spending on financial aid to poor countrieslogo brand hereby country 21 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money [country] government spends on financial aid to poor countries is wasted”? Brazil 34% 26% Russia 33% 31% South Africa 33% 33% United States 29% 33% France 28% 35% Great Britain 28% 33% Hungary 26% 26% India 26% 32% Belgium 25% 32% Turkey 24% 25% Germany 23% 32% Indonesia 22% 26% Japan 20% 36% Poland 20% 31% Australia 19% 31% Spain 18% 24% Canada 17% 34% Argentina 16% 15% Italy 16% 24% Mexico 14% 21% Sweden 12% 25% Saudi Arabia 11% 24% South Korea 9% 33% Strongly agree Tend to agreeBase: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 22 In 16 countries… more people think that most of the money their government spends on financial aid to poorer countries is wasted… … than feel the same way about their government’s spending on education.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoWasted government spending: Great Britain here 23 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money the UK government spends on… is wasted”? Education Financial aid to poor Defence countries 10% 8% 13% 11% 13% 28% 6% 24% 15% 21% 20% 29% 33% 32% 37% Base: 1,002 adults in GB, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- The public’s views on wasted development spending don’t brand logo here necessarily match independent transparency scores 24 % agree most financial aid to poorer countries (from their country) is wasted vs countrys Transparency Index score 1 0.9 Great Britain 0.8 Good transparency scores but Sweden distrustful public 0.7 0.6 AustraliaPublish whatyou fund aid Japan 0.5 Canada United Statestransparency Belgium score (%) Hungary 0.4 South Korea Germany France Spain 0.3 Brazil Italy Poland 0.2 Poor transparency 0.1 scores but more trusting public 0 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% % agree that most financial aid to poorer countries is wasted (G@) Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-People who say they are more aware of development spending are more likely brand logoto have a view on whether government spending in this area is wasted here 25 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money [country] government spends on financial aid to poor countries is wasted”? Overall 22% 29% 25% 12%Awareness: nothing at 21% 29% 25% 11%all / not very muchAwareness: a fair 26% 27% 25% 16%amount / a great deal Strongly agree Tend to agree Tend to disagree Strongly disagree Base: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012. © Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoWasted government spending: Great Britain here 26 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money the UK government spends on financial aid to poor countries is wasted”? Awareness: nothing at all / Awareness: a fair amount / not very much a great deal 14% 7% 27% 10% 5% 35% 19% 21% 35% 27% Base: 1,002 adults in GB, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co-Opinions on wasted government spending on financial aid tobrand logo poor herecountries differs by views on who spends the most 27 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money [country] government spends on financial aid to poor countries is wasted”? Overall 22% 29% 25% 12% Own country 26% 29% 22% 12% highest spend USA highest 22% 28% 26% 11% spend Other country 20% 29% 26% 12% highest spend Strongly agree Tend to agree Dont know Tend to disagree Strongly disagreeBase: 18782 adults, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoWasted government spending: Great Britain here 28 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money the UK government spends on development is wasted”? Other country UK spends most USA spends most spends most 12% 15% 12% 20% Other 25% 54% 60% 34% 68% Base: 1,002 adults in GB, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logoWasted government spending: Great Britain here 29 How far do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Most of the money the UK government spends on development is wasted”? Other country UK spends most USA spends most spends most 12% 15% 12% 23% 21% 5% 36% 4% 10% 15% Other 21% 24% 33% 37% 32% Base: 1,002 adults in GB, interviewed online via Global @dvisor, 3-17th July 2012.© Ipsos MORI
    • Paste co- brand logo here 30Thank youKelly.Beaver@ipsos.com | 020 7347 3118Sara.Grant-Vest@ipsos.com | 020 7347 3494Tori.Harris@ipsos.com | 020 7347 3174© Ipsos MORI This work was carried out in accordance with the requirements of the international quality standard for market research, ISO 20252:2006 and with the Ipsos MORI Terms and Conditions which can be found here