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In the verge of the decision of the European Union foreign ministers to open or not negotiations with Albania and Northern Macedonia, IDRA Research & Consulting has conducted a survey to measure the expectations of Albanians for the full integration of our country in the EU.   About half of Albanians citizens think it will…

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While we are facing the last 30 days until the local election, the opposition continues to embrace the statement that it will not participate in the elections, nor will it allow their development on June 30th. On the other hand, the majority seems determined to proceed with this election process. IDRApoll has asked a question…

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The Internet, ways of using it, the reasons behind internet usage and other data about the online world were part of the survey conducted by IDRA Research & Consulting. This study is back after the first wave conducted in 2016 and it reveals some interesting trends in the development of this sector in the Albanian…

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During the first week of April, IDRApoll (www.idrapoll.com), an online survey panel powered by IDRA Research and Consulting, raised a question about the confidence of Albanian consumers in the foods they consume. Based on the results, there exists a distrust of the Albanian consumer in relation to what he consumes. More specifically, 53% “mostly disagree”…

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What influence do the most important countries in the world have, according to the Albanians? This was a question asked as part of a poll conducted by IDRA Research and Consulting. According to the data, which has a representative coverage of age, gender and territory, 93% of Albanians think that Germany has a positive influence…

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IDRAPOLL has recently conducted a survey with members of the online panel asking for their opinion on the issue of student protest and the “Pact for the University”, an agreement offered by the Albanian government for protesting students as an affirmation of meeting their demands and further. The survey was conducted online through the IDRAPOLL…

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The special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama helped demonstrate how minor variation in polling methods can make a big difference in which candidate appears to be ahead or behind. That spread, combined with what we now know about the

In 2017, with UN Women’s technical and financial support, IDRA conducted the latest study on the right to vote and the general election process, which was based on a national survey of 1300 people aged 18 and over. The survey was conducted during the period October-November 2017, and extended to the entire territory of Albania….

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