UNDP i Kosovo har just publicerat sin senaste undersökning om hur invånarna i Kosovo ser på saker som demokrati, ekonomi, korruption och diskriminering. En hel del spännande resultat, se några exempel här nedan:
”The latest Public Pulse Report findings shows that from November 2010 to November 2011 the satisfaction level with the President has seen a remarkable increase from 31% to 61%.”
”More than half (60%) of respondents claimed to be either dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with Kosovo’s political direction, and ap- proximately 55% of the Kosovo responded positively when asked whether they are ready to join public protests due to political reasons.”
”Compared to the previous poll, there is an increase in the number of respondents who indicated that interethnic relations are tense and not improving. This trend is particularly visible amongst the K-Serb community.”
”K-Serb respondents satisfaction with security institutions, KFOR, KP and EULEX Police is at the lowest approval since July 2004”
”According to respondents, the top three groups with the highest tension between them are the government and opposition parties, management and workers, whereas different ethnic groups is ranked third to- gether with the poor and rich. On the other hand, the top three groups with the least or no tension between them are considered to be men and women followed by elderly and young and different religious groups.”
Hela undersökningen, i pdf, kan laddas ner här.