A Pulse Check on Public Opinion: Survey Findings from Residents of Armenia | February 2022

In a recent initiative supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development, Breavis conducted a comprehensive public opinion survey on behalf of the International Republican Institute’s Center for Insights in Survey Research. This survey, carried out between February 21 and February 25, 2022, aimed to gain valuable insights into the perspectives of residents in Armenia. To ensure the utmost accuracy and reliability of the findings, a robust methodology employing random digit dialing (RDD) was used for the probability sampling of mobile phone numbers, facilitating telephone interviews.

Key Findings:

The public opinion survey provides a profound understanding of the viewpoints held by residents of Armenia. While covering a wide range of topics, several critical areas have been highlighted:

Political Landscape: Through an exploration of the political preferences of Armenian residents, the survey offers a snapshot of the level of support for various political parties and their leaders. This data plays a crucial role in understanding the overall satisfaction with the government’s performance and its impact on the daily lives of residents.

Socio-economic Issues: The survey delves into socio-economic concerns such as unemployment, inflation, and income disparity. These issues are of paramount importance to the residents of Armenia as they significantly influence their quality of life and future prospects.

Security and Foreign Relations: The survey examines residents’ opinions on Armenia’s relations with neighboring nations, along with their perspectives on security concerns and potential threats.

Social Issues: In-depth analysis is conducted on social issues including healthcare, education, and social welfare, which hold significant importance for Armenian residents. The data collected in these areas can inform the development of policies and programs aimed at enhancing the well-being of the population.

For access to the complete report, it can be found on the official website of the International Republican Institute (IRI): The full report can be found on IRI’s official website: Public Opinion Survey: Residents of Armenia