The Afrobarometer survey measures the social political and economic atmosphere in than 30 countries in Africa, including Uganda. This dataset holds responses from 2400 Ugandans (a randomly selected nationally representative sample of citizens 18 years old and above), on their perceptions about the overall direction of the country, the economy, governance and other aspects of public affairs. It also includes their self-reported use of media and social media. It also holds enumerators' observations on the availability of services and facilities like schools, post offices, roads, cell phone service etc. in the areas studied. The data was collected in May 2015. Afrobarometer's summary of results, which is also a useful guide to the questions that were asked of respondents, is also included here.