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The Slovak parliamentary elections 2020: hope for change?

Supported by:  Konrád Adenauer Stiftung. 

Project span: April – November 2020. 

Project team: Oľga Gyárfášová, Zora Bútorová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Ján Bartoš, Alena Adamková, Jozef Zagrapan (SÚ SAV). 

Objective:  The aim of the project is to map the course and the results of elections to the National Council of SR (February 29, 2020) and to present them to a wider public in the form of a compact analytical publication. 

Within the project, the analysis focuses on: 

- development of party system, party politics, activities of the running political parties (creation and presentation of the programs points, election campaign and mobilization activities, results achieved), 

- public opinion dynamics on the issues related to society’s development, positions of individual parties, strength of their electoral support, factors which play an important role in the electoral behavior of citizens. 

- results of the running parties based on available electoral statistics. 

Project output: Analytical publication.

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