Public Perception of Economic and Social Reforms in Bolivia

11.29.2021 | Case Studies | CIPE

In Bolivia, CIPE worked with an advocacy business group to help frame reform priorities, based on credible economic arguments, by incorporating the perspectives of civil society. To understand what the public thought about which reforms were needed, CIPE designed a survey and contracted CiesMori, a professional polling firm in Bolivia, to measure the public opinion of men and women between ages 18 and 65 in urban areas in Bolivia. The survey covered a wide range of themes in economic growth, government’s role in the economy, inequality, COVID-19’s impact on society, and the private sector’s role in stimulating growth.