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Current Problems in the Slovak Republic – September 2003

Supported by: OSI - Open Society Institute

Project Span: August – December 2003

Project Team: Zora Bútorová, Oľga Gyárfášová, Marián Velšic, Vladimír Krivý

Co-operating Insitutions: FOCUS Agency (field data collection)

Objective: To continually analyze basic developmental trends, problem areas, and public opinion in Slovakia. The project is based on representative sociological research carried out on a sample of the adult population of the Slovak Republic based on the following selection criteria: sex, age, level of education, nationality, size of city/town, and region. The research focuses on the following social aspects: perception of problems in society; the evaluation of the direction that society is heading; perception of the past and present regime; economic orientations and values; political preferences and support of political parties; confidence toward politicians; confidence toward political and social institutions; ethnic relations; perception of "the rules of the game" within the society; preferences in foreign policy; positions toward the church and gender issues.

Outputs:

Chapter: "Public Opinion" in: Slovakia 2003. Global Report on the State of Society

Analysis of research fingings: Citizens‘ Confidence Toward the Police is on the Rise

Analysis of research fingings: The Most Pressing Social Issues One Year after the Parliamentary Elections

Analysis of research fingings: Citizens‘ Confidence Toward Constitutional Institutions

Analysis of research fingings: Citizens‘ Confidence Toward Politicians

Interviews and articles for regional, nation-wide, and foreign media.



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