Populist Behavior, Negative Identification and Conspiracism

The survey which forms the basis of this report was conducted on November 3-4, 2018 by face to face interviews with 2662 individuals in 148 neighborhoods and villages of 103 districts including the central districts of 30 provinces.

Since 2010 KONDA has been conducting monthly surveys as part of its Barometer political and social survey series. Each Barometer survey comprises of a standard set of questions as well as a set of questions specific to that month’s original theme, asked in order to understand the perceptions and expectations of society.

This report on the theme of ‘Populist Behavior, Negative Identification and Conspiracism’ was part of the Konda November’18 Barometer survey and is shared with the public within the legal framework of the contract we have with our subscribers.