Sources: Survey data related to the revolution’s goals are drawn from the Afrobarometer Round 7 survey (2018), an online survey conducted by the authors (August–September 2018), and the International Republican Institute’s Public Opinion Survey of Tunisians (November–December 2017). Unless otherwise noted, see the article for the complete data sources.
1 “Family of Tunisia Woman Suicide Bomber Left Asking Why,” AFP, October 30, 2018.
2 Tunisian respondent of an online survey conducted by Carnegie between August and September 2018.
3 Karim Trabelssi, “Current State of the Informal Economy in Tunisia As Seen Through Its Stakeholders: Facts and Alternatives,” 2014; Mohamed Kerrou, “Challenges and Stakes of State and Societal Resilience in Tunisia,” 2017.
4 Kora Andrieu, et al., “The Victim Zone and Collective Reparation in Tunisia,” May 2016.
5 Tunisian respondent of an online survey conducted by Carnegie between August and September 2018.