Survey reveals types of jobs Kenya's self-employed do
SEE ALSO :Kimemia calls meet to address stand-offThe second quarter survey sampled 2,016 individuals aged 18 and above between July 25 and August 2. “Fieldwork for this survey was conducted between July 25 and August 2. During after that time several developments occurred whose full impact may not be reflected in some of the results reported in this survey,” Dr Tom Wolf, Ipsos Research analyst said. 33 per cent of the unemployed Kenyans polled said they still earned money through casual manual labour, selling produce, handouts (begging) and through gambling The new survey also indicated that 59 per cent of Kenyans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction leaving only 28 per cent to believe that the country is headed in the right direction. But the survey shows that 51 per cent of Kenyans believe President Uhuru Kenyatta is sincere in the fight against corruption. 41 per cent of Kenyans said political protection was the greatest impediment to the graft war.