Citizens' mindset towards political questions
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Citizens' mindset towards political questions

June 2021

"The Citizens' Mindset towards Political Questions" survey was first published by the Prishtina Institute for Political Studies (PIPS), in collaboration with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) Office in Prishtina.

The survey aims to produce credible results that will be useful to those involved in the field, i.e. political parties, decisionmakers, policymakers, scholars, analysts and others.

The results of the survey are divided into two parts: Perspectives on the state's relationship with the economy and individual freedoms, as well as perspectives on politics and political participation.

The first part lists questions aimed at understanding the opinions of respondents on how broad should the state's impact be, especially in relation to the role of the individual in society.
The second part lists questions that aim to shed light on the attitudes of voters in relation to the political context in Kosovo, existing political entities and participation within the electoral process.
The last part focuses on a statistical analysis, which presents the analysis of the Kosovar voters' segmentation regarding political orientation.
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