Conducted from August 6th-22nd, this provincial opinion poll published by the International Republican Institute asked 1075 Aceh participants for their thoughts on issues ranging from personal questions on education levels and financial statuses, to broader questions regarding government corruption and political efficiency.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has released a new report that explores public opinion in Somalia.
IFES has released an updated and expanded list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Tunisia's October 23 election for a National Constituent Assembly, the body charged with writing a constitution in one year.
The International Republican Institute (IRI) has released its survey of Kyrgyzstan public opinion. The poll, conducted August 24 – September 10, 2011, is a comprehensive analysis of attitudes regarding the economic, social and political landscape in Kyrgyzstan.
The International Republican Institute (IRI) has released a survey of Moldova public opinion.
A majority of Jordanians believe their country is going in the right direction while one-quarter believes things are going in the wrong direction, according to IRI's lasted public opinion poll in Jordan.
Compiled by IFES experts David Ennis and Gavin Weise, the assessment provides IFES' expert opinion on the draft that could become law as early as October.
IFES has published a briefing paper and visual outline of the 13 main changes being introduced for Kyrgyzstan's 2011 presidential election.
Ukrainians have a more pessimistic view of their country’s future now than a year ago, with more than half saying they believe Ukraine is on a path toward instability, according to a survey conducted by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES).
IFES’ latest briefing paper, examines the law to identify the role and responsibilities of the Higher Election Commission, voter registration and voter lists and other aspects of the law crucial to the implementation of elections in Egypt.