The survey was conducted on behalf of the International Republican Institute’s Center for Insights in Survey Research by Breavis. The survey was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Methodology: The survey was conducted through phone interviews, with respondents selected by random digit dialing (RDD) probability sampling of mobile phone numbers. The sample consisted of 1,512 permanent residents of Armenia older than the age of 18.
Date: The survey was conducted between November 22 and December 5, 2021.
Topic: Armenia’s National Concerns and Desire for Improved Bilateral Relations with Turkey
Key findings: According to the survey, territorial and border issues emerged as the top national concerns for Armenians, with 28% of respondents citing these as the major problems in the country. A strong desire for improved bilateral relations with Turkey was also highlighted, with 70% of Armenians favoring the establishment of such relations, albeit with preconditions. Furthermore, there was some openness among the respondents for new cross-border transport routes in the region, with 35% believing that transport routes with Turkey would have a positive economic impact and 27% expressing the same sentiment about Azerbaijan.
For detailed insights, you can find the full report on IRI’s official website: Armenia’s National Concerns and Desire for Improved Bilateral Relations with Turkey.