Research of political attitudes of youth

Institute for Public Affairs recently cooperates on project of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), focused on opinions of young people (16-29) on democracy, executive power, current political situation, European integration, as well as their political participation, interest in politics, values, source of information and other questions. It is an international comparative research; cooperating institutions are Political Capital Institute (Hungary) and  Institute of Public Affairs (Poland).

Project applies two methodological approaches – quantitative representative survey and focus groups discussion.

First output of the project is the presentation of findings from the representative survey conducted in December 2017, available here: https://www.ndi.org/publications/youth-democracy-and-politics-public-opinion-research-slovakia 

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