Poll Results: Do You Think The 2011 Elections Were Free and Fair

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Nigerians have delivered their verdict, the results of our recent poll “Do You Think The 2011 Elections Were Free and Fair” are just in and a majority of those who voted in the poll think it was.
This serves as an approval of Jega’s work and though the elections were admittedly far from perfect it shows a great effort by INEC and the Nigerian people at large to remove the tag we have carried for a long time as being a nation that could not conduct free and fair elections.
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Of the voters polled 75% of them think the Nigerian 2011 elections were free and fair while 25% think it was not.
Good work Jega, Good work INEC, Good work Nigerians. Let’s keep the flag flying!

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