Perceptions Survey

In ADB's independent perceptions surveys, opinion leaders in ADB member countries are polled to assess stakeholders' attitudes about ADB's role and effectiveness in the Asia and Pacific region. The survey is intended to measure how and why attitudes and opinions toward ADB change over time.

  • August 2013

    ADB Perceptions Survey: Multinational Survey of Stakeholders 2012

    The 2012 ADB Perceptions Survey gauges and tracks stakeholders’ perceptions of the mission of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to help reduce poverty and contribute to development in Asia and the Pacific. The survey, the third of its kind since 2006, was carried out among 900 opinion leaders in 31 member countries, drawn from a broad cross section of stakeholders in government, media, civil society, academia, the private sector, and development partners.
  • May 2010

    ADB Perceptions Survey: Multinational Survey of Opinion Leaders 2009

    The 2009 ADB Perceptions Survey gauges stakeholders' perceptions of ADB's mission to help reduce poverty and contribute to development in Asia and the Pacific. The survey, the second of its kind since 2006, was carried out among 900 opinion leaders in 31 member countries, drawn from a broad cross section of stakeholders in government, media, civil society, academia, the private sector, and development partners.
  • October 2006

    ADB Perceptions Survey: Multinational Survey of Opinion Leaders 2006

    In ADB's first ever independent perceptions survey, over 700 opinion leaders in 30 ADB member countries were polled to assess stakeholders' attitudes about ADB's role and effectiveness in the Asia and Pacific region. The survey is intended to be the first in a series measuring how and why attitudes and opinions toward ADB change over time. The sample included randomly selected opinion leaders from government, media, civil society, academia, the private sector, and development partners in donor countries and ADB's five operational regions.