UNDP Presents Perceptions of Kosovans in the North on Elections

Oct 22, 2013

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) presented the Fast Facts of an extraordinary Mitrovica Opinion Poll which are a summary of a survey conducted at beginning of October 2013. It includes attitude of Kosovo Serbs living in municipalities in north of Kosovo, providing insights on their perceptions regarding upcoming local elections, civic participation and media habits.  

Overall, the document presents important findings that should be taken into consideration by policy-makers and other interested bodies: voting attitudes among citizens that live in that part of Kosovo are pessimistic, with a significant higher percentage of those that “will definitely not vote” in the upcoming elections.

The survey is representative of the population age 18 years and older and all insights drawn are based on statistical analysis of data. The survey itself involved 400 face-to-face interviews, conducted in four municipalities within the region as Mitrovicë/Mitrovica North, Zveçan/Zvečan, Zubin Potok and Leposaviq/Leposavić.

Fast Facts




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