Training to conduct a public opinion poll in Afghanistan
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Training to conduct a public opinion poll in Afghanistan

A total of 209 professional interviewers were assigned to this public opinion survey project, conducted for The Washington Post and its partners by the Afghan Center for Socio-Economic and Opinion Research. The Post's Director of Polling, Jon Cohen, reports. (Written by Jon Cohen/Edited by Jason Aldag/Footage courtesy ASCOR-Surveys)

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