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Friedman Analyzed 130.000 Words from the “Bombs”

The materials from the wiretapped conversations i.e. the “bombs” that were revealed last year by SDSM were subject to linguistic research conducted by one of the most highly regarded linguists, Viktor Friedman. "The research had a linguistic character, regardless whether the materials I was researching were true or false. This was a rare opportunity to gather appropriate material that will...

Survey by the Institute “Dimitrija Čupovski”: VMRO-DPMNE with an 11% advantage over SDSM

27.6% of the population would vote for the VMRO-DPMNE, while 16.1% would vote for the SDSM, 6.3% for the DUI party and 2.9% of the population would vote for the DPA, according to the latest survey conducted by the Institute "Dimitrija Čupovski" which was carried out on 1.237 respondents via telephone, from October 7 to October 10. 22% of respondents...

IRI Is Not Planning a Pre-Election Poll For Political Party Ratings in Macedonia

The International Republican Institute (IRI) which conducts several polls on public opinion throughout the year on different issues, there have been no announcements for pre-election poll ratings of political parties in Macedonia.  “For now, we have not planned a poll which we would publish before the forthcoming parliamentary elections, which are scheduled for December 11”,  said Ilina Mangova,  an IRI...

‘Eurobarometer’: Macedonians have more faith in the EU, than they do in their own Government and Parliament

Macedonians have more faith in the European Union, than they do in Macedonian institutions such as Parliament and the Government shows a survey by the ‘Standard Eurobarometer’ carried out by the European Commission in the member states and in the five candidate countries, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Turkey and Macedonia. According to the survey, 58% of Macedonians have confidence in the...

Survey: 83.7% of the youth want to leave Macedonia

A high 83.7% of young people in Macedonia want to move out of the country. Two-thirds of them, which is 52.4%, want to move to one of the western European countries, almost 12% want to go the US and Canada, and 10.3% want to move to one of the Scandinavian countries. This survey was done by the NGO InfoCentre who...

Survey by IRI: Gruevski and VMRO-DPMNE’s ratings decline, but still ahead in the polls

55 percent of citizens believe that the former Prime Minister and leader of the VMRO-DPMNE party, Nikola Gruevski, is not doing a good job and does not deserve to be re-elected, and 33 percent believe he deserves another chance as Prime Minister, shows new research conducted by the International Republican Institute (IRI). Gruevski, from having 66 percent support in June...

Survey: VMRO-DPMNE are ahead in the polls by 6.4 percent infront of SDSM

If elections were held now, VMRO-DPMNE would win with 29.9 percent of the vote, while SDSM would receive 23.5 percent of the vote. 10.1 percent would vote for DUI and 4.3 percent for DPA, a telephone survey showed coordinated by the agency “Faktor Plus Adria” from Belgrade, which was carried out from January 15th - 24th on 1,250 respondents. According...

Survey by IRI: Gruevski doesn’t deserve to be re-elected

Macedonian citizens are uncertain about the readiness of their leaders to implement the Przhino Agreement, there are conditions for conducting free and fair elections, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski doesn't  deserveto be re-elected and there is no freedom of expression. These are the main conclusions of the research conducted by the Centre for Surveys of the International Republican Institute (IRI). According to the...

Forty percent of the French against the publication of cartoons of Mohammed

More than 40 percent of French citizens consider that the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad should be avoided, and half of them agree with the restriction of freedom of speech online, showed a public opinion poll published today and conducted after the terrorist attacks in “Charlie Hebdo” ten days ago. In the research of institute “IFOP”, which published...