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Zakat is one of the basic ways to minimize the problem of poverty, namely by improving the management of zakat. Zakat funds will always be useful for the interests and welfare of the community, because zakat is a source of funds that will continue to flow. Zakat will be a source of socio-economic funds for Muslims, if as long as Muslims have a high desire to pay zakat and zakat funds are managed very well. The purpose of this study was to determine the instrument to measure the influence of peers in paying zakat using the Rasch model method. The sampling method uses a targeted sample by grouping several respondents criteria. The sampling method used is specific sampling through the classification of several respondents' criteria. Distribute data with Google Docs and collect samples from up to 150 people. The results of this study indicate that the question element with the PI1 code which is included in the Peer Influence dimension with a logit value of +0.58 is the most difficult for respondents to answer. The contributions of this research are: (1) Enrichment of literature on peer influence through the use of the Rasch model as a data analysis tool and (2) empirical validation of measuring tools in the dimension of peer influence that are useful for further research.
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