Year

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2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

Type

Barometer Theme Reports

Election Surveys / Analysis

Life-Styles Researchs

Other Researchs

Subject

Elections

Lifestyles

Political Trends

Social Researchs

Category

Daily Life

Demographics

Economy

Election Analysis

Election Polls

Equality and Human Rights

Identities

Kurdish Issue

Life-Styles

Polarization

Political Preferences

Satisfaction Index

Social Media and Mass Media

Social Structure

Youth

FILTER

If 100 people were to live in Turkey

August 2017

Time Use

July 2017

The Physical Characteristics and Emotional Meaning of “Home”

June 2017

Analyses of the April 16th Referendum Results and the Electorate

May 2017

Consumer Expectations After the Referendum

May 2017

Violence and Trauma in Social Life

January 2017

Debates on Marriage, Marriage Age and Sexual Abuse

December 2016

Opinion on Foreign Policy

November 2016

Perception of Health

October 2016

The July 15th Coup Attempt

August 2016

The Perception of Law and the Justice System

May 2016

The Impact of Mass Communication Tools and Social Media

April 2016

Outlook on Public Security

March 2016

Perception on Syrian Asylum-Seekers

February 2016

Turkey’s Mood

December 2015

Trust and the Kurdish Issue

September 2015

Violence against Women and Perception of the State

March 2015

Competitiveness in Society and Perception of Competition

February 2015

Economic Concerns and Perception of Risk

December 2014

Living Together

November 2014

Influence of Corruption and Perception of Economic Conditions on Voter Preferences

October 2014

How Are Ramadan and Religious Holidays Observed?

August 2014

Authoritarianism and Political Identities

June 2014

Investment Preferences

May 2014

Influence of Mass Media

April 2014

Legitimacy

February 2014

Istanbul

December 2013

Problem Solving

November 2013

Perception Of “Reputation” In Society

October 2013

The Use of Internet and Social Media

May 2013

Leadership

March 2013

Society’s Perception of Uncertainty

February 2013

Scientific Thought and Unscientific Beliefs

January 2013

Representation of Women on Politics

April 2011

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The KONDA Barometer is a periodical and representative polling series, conducted on the first week of each month regularly since March 2010.


The survey are representative of all of Turkey and aims to gauge the political and social tendencies and preferences of society.


The KONDA Barometer not only takes snapshot of preferences but also measures changes in these preferences throughout months and years.


Each KONDA Barometer report is an outcome of thoughtful evaluation on that month’s survey data and on comparisons with earlier data and other public data.


Only the subscribers have access to the 11 reports that are published as a result of our field research. Individual or institutional subscribers can add questions of their own interest and agenda to the questionnaires of particular surveys conducted.


Each year, we produce 11 monthly Barometer reports and an Annual Report (Demography of Turkey).


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Each and every number, information and analysis in KONDA Barometer reports is a direct outcome of robust, reliable and scientific study.


KONDA Barometers not only provide information on electoral behaviour, but also evaluate wider but less examined societal differences on a regular basis. They primarily aim to provide reliable and impartial projections by meticulously monitoring the changing structures of the society.


Although KONDA Barometer reports are based on the statistical data of our monthly surveys, they also reflect the company’s accumulation of insight on social thinking for the past three decades, and capacity to analyse and comment.


As a result, there were no surprises or shocking developments for the subscribers of KONDA Barometer in the past 7 years. Thanks to KONDA Barometer, our subscribers have always known what the society thinks, how it perceived and reacted to events. And they will continue to know…