Tunisian Institutional Reform (Reform), a Tunisian non-governmental and non-profit organization pushing for institutional transparency and accountability within the security sector in Tunisia, conducted polls to determine attitudes of Tunisians toward the security situation and the security sector. There were two major purposes to this survey: to give a look at the hard numbers behind the general lack of security that is often felt within Tunisia, and to create a benchmark for the Tunisian security outlook that can be used comparatively with future surveys.3550 people were contacted by the quota method in May August 2014 respecting five control variables: age (3 slices), the level of study,and gender (2), region (7 regions declared by the National institute accurately):

Within the course of the surveys, some interesting trends emerged.The majority of Tunisians, across regions, said that security was the number one priority

Some Tunisians, across regions, said that ‘said the economic situation is a top priorty ‘:

The surveys also asked people to rate their perceptions of their own security. The whole-country survey shows :

Overall though, Tunisians feel things are likely to improve:

when we asked people about their level of trust in the Police we found :

people who don’t trust in the minister of interior :