The Institute for Democracy conducted a public opinion research on issues related to the ability of citizens to freely express their views in the elections and the ratings of the political parties before the early parliamentary elections scheduled for 27 April 2014. The survey was conducted in the period between 22 March and 6 April 2014.
The survey was conducted on 1000 randomly selected respondents through ‘face to face’ interviews. The sample is multi-stage probability sample divided on 100 primary sampling units following the geographical distribution of population. Respondent selection method was ‘last birthday’. The sample is representative on country level and according to gender, age and ethnicity. The presented data are subject to a statistical error of ±3.1%. The survey was conducted and it is in ownership of the Institute for Democracy. You can download the survey here.