Election Commission of Delhi commissioned Lokniti-CSDS to conduct a study among Delhi's electors in early 2013. The study was titled Baseline Survey of Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviour, Belief and Practice (KABBP) of Electors in NCT of Delhi. The objective of this study was to probe the following:
· Assess knowledge, attitude, behavior and practices of electors.
· Find out the level of involvement and satisfaction of voters with the registration process.
· Find out why those who are not registered as voters do not come forward for enrollment.
· Indentify the demographics of elector segments with lower enrollment and participation.
· Find out the reasons for low enrollment.
· How far the EC campaigns meet its objectives?
· If and how far are the voters benefiting from such campaigns?
· What do voters think about the entire electoral process?
· How do the voters look at the Election Commission in terms of its efforts to conduct free and fair election?
The field work for this study was conducted in June 2013 with a target sample size of 4800. The finding and also the recommendation report was submitted in August 2013. The Election commission of India and The Chief Electoral Officer, Delhi had accepted the report and the recommendations made by means of the report of this study were duly implemented – leading to a record voter turnout in the Delhi Assembly Elections 2013.