Launched by Ka.Der (Association for the Support and Traning of Women Candidates) prior to the 2011 general elections, the “275 Women” campaign aims to increase the number for women deputies in the parliament. As part of the campaign, Ka.Der held a press conference to announce the ‘Representation of Women in Politics’ research which was conducted by KONDA. The field work of the research took place in March 2011 and 5434 people were interviewed. The report shows that society would like to see women candidates assuming a bigger role in politics. In addition, people view the idea of a female family member going into politics rather positively. In this context, voters seem more open minded than parties.