Public Pulse 8
Nov 14, 2014
Public Pulse VIII brief provides a concise overview of key indicators and results which show a significant decrease in people’s satisfaction with the work of Kosovo’s key executive, legislative, and judicial institutions. It covers the period from April to November 2014 and follows the tradition of previous reports by examining the evolving situation in Kosovo in the areas of political, economic, security, development issues, as well as, Perceived Paramount Problems, perceptions on religious radicalism, opinions on political stalemate and Kosovans voting behaviour.
The project is co-funded by USAID and UNDP. The results are based on statistical analysis of Public Pulse opinion poll conducted during the end of October and beginning of November that surveyed 1,306 citizens of Kosovo.