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Survey: Jordan's International Relations 2021

This report summarizes the findings of the survey and compares the results with previously available data from NAMA surveys and other published studies to build time series.

NAMA Strategic Intelligence Solutions developed the Foreign Relations Survey (FRS) concept in 2017 and conducted three waves in 2018, 2019 and 2021 as part of its continuous project to study the relationship between Jordanian public opinion and Jordan’s foreign relations. The three waves were made possible through a partnership with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Jordan Office. The third wave was conducted between September 4th-14th, 2021 on a nationally representative sample of 1,223 adult Jordanians. The survey gauged Jordanians’ knowledge and preferences of Jordan’s foreign relations in multiple layers. The survey delved into perceptions of Jordan’s largest economic supporter, which country Jordan should have as an ally, and which country does Jordan share foreign policy objectives with, political relations and diplomatic relations, the roles played by active states in the region, Arab-Israeli conflict, instability and regional conflicts, and international rivalries. The survey was conducted through face-to-face interviews (CAPI), utilizing electronic tablets.

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Mona Deeb

Mona Deeb

Project Manager

mona.deeb@kas.de +962 6 5929777 ext.: 200