Project Description

Democracy International conducted a series of public opinion surveys in Russia before and after the 2011 parliamentary and 2012 presidential elections. DI collected information on social, political, and economic factors that may have shaped political competition and mass public electoral behavior. Key Russian stakeholders then used the information to extrapolate findings across populations in target regions with particular emphases on political processes, human rights, civil liberties, and anti-corruption issues and planned to use this knowledge in future electoral cycles.

Duration

2011 - 2012

Location

Russia

Practice Area

Learning
Politics

Client

USAID

Team

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