Public Opinion in Armenia about the War 3rd wave of a Gallup International Survey by MPG LLC

The findings of the third research reveal that 94,7% of respondents think that Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) and Armenia’s armies are ready to counter the Azerbaijani army’s large-scale attacks, and 99.5% assessed the fighting spirit of the armies of Armenia and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) high. Simultaneously, 88.8% of respondents are ready to be enrolled in military services and join the defense operations.

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3rd wave of the Gallup International Survey on the Corona Crisis Covid-19 and the World afterwards

Recent Survey for UNICEF Syrian families identify their needs and concerns as war enters tenth year

Education for children is the greatest challenge

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Expert Opinion The Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) from an Iraqi View – a Lost Role or a Bright Future?

By Dr. Munqith Dagher
Regional Director MENA
Gallup International Association


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The Coronavirus A vast scared majority around the world

A majority of people express worries for themselves and their loved ones in relation to the Coronavirus. About three-quarters say they are even ready to sacrifice some of their human rights if that helps.

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Recent Survey People across all continents share a joint hope for a more active european union.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel leads the rating of the global leaders followed by the French President Macron. The leadership crisis in the world continues; as well the crisis of global order.

Global citizens continue to have a positive assessment of the international policies of the European Union, which is the only superpower to be considered as a stabilizing force.

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Recent Survey EU Future & Brexit: Representative public opinion survey across all EU member states (May 2019).

Just ten days before the European elections voters across the Continent remain deeply divided on whether these elections will deliver change. One in two (49%) expect positive impact while slightly fewer (41%) feel the elections will not result in change within the EU.

Majorities of citizen on both sides of the Channel want more flexibility from the EU in the Brexit negotiations so that a deal is reached.

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Gallup International Survey: 100 Days of Iraq Government


IIASS (, Member of Gallup International in Iraq, released few days ago the first poll about the 100 days operation of Iraqi government. The survey was conducted F2F/CAPI between January 20th–30th, among proportional random sample of 1300 respondents.

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Gallup International Association (GIA) forum in Yerevan, Armenia

Armenian Premier welcomed the holding of the 71st annual GIA forum in Yerevan and the participation of international experts. Nikol Pashinyan stressed the need for continued improvement in the quality of political studies, exchange of experience and analysis-based objective assessment of upcoming reforms, government’s activities and etc.

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New GIA Survey in Syria - Oct 2019 Syrians across Raqqa and Hasakah show widespread support for Turkish intervention but if Assad gains ground the majority would prefer a return to Daesh rule.

57% of the population who agree that “living under Daesh would be preferable to living under the control of Assad”. Gallup International recently interviewed women who fled al-Hawl camp and most shared similar views. It is Assad gaining ground more than the withdrawal of US troops itself that increases the chance of Daesh (or something similar) returning. Many in the West argue that Daesh has been defeated – militarily for sure, but ideologically it  seems there is more to do.  With 62% in the survey saying it is ‘very/somewhat likely’ that Daesh will increase their control again in the coming months, we would be naïve to suggest Syria has rid themselves of Daesh.

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Voice of the People 2018 End of Year Survey

End of Year Survey (EoY) is an annual tradition initiated by and designed under the chairmanship of Dr. George Gallup in 1977. This year it was carried out by the Gallup International Association and partners in 58 countries around the world.


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70 Years Gauging the Pulse of Democracy

“If democracy was supposed to be based on the will of the people, then somebody should go out and find out what that will is.

The right to speak out vigorously on governmental and corporate policies is one of the most staunchly defended freedoms of the Western World. ”

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New Gallup International Survey in Syria

Recent Public Opinion Poll, October 2019


October 2019 View Survey


Gallup International’s Representative for the EU and UK Survey

May 2019 View Survey


Gallup International’s 42nd Annual Global End of Year Survey

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Giving the World a Voice has always been a fundamental part of the Gallup International mission that surveys are an integral part of democracy. Following the traditions of Dr. Gallup and his colleagues, Gallup International has always undertaken projects that it feels will contribute to the greater good of humanity.

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Voice of the people 2015

The mission of Gallup International is to give a voice to the citizens of the world. The aim of Voice of the People, 2015 Edition is to help navigate through the constantly changing world and better understand the trends in public opinion and the main issues in the key regions of the world.

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Voice of the people 2006

Voice of the People is the largest worldwide survey. The best pollsters of the planet analyzed this new public opinion superpower for you. Voice of the People 2006 (53,749 citizens polled in 68 countries), is an essential tool for all those who want to discover the latest trends and understand the real issues of globalization.

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The right to speak out vigorously on governmental and corporate policies is one of the most staunchly defended freedoms of the Western World.

The advent of modern public opinion polls, dealing as they do with important political, social and economic issues of the day help to provide an opportunity to let government officials, public and private institutions, and the public itself know where the people stand on these issues.

The usefulness of this mode of public expression is attested to by the fact that every important democracy in the world has now one or more competent public opinion research organization.

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