KAS Surveys on Jordan's Politics and Society

Pre-Parliamentary Elections 2020 Survey

Nama Strategic Intelligence Solutions, in cooperation with the KAS Jordan Office, conducted a nationally representative survey to explore Jordanians’ perceptions towards the upcoming Parliamentary Elections. Read more here...

 

Survey on PVE (Prevent Violent Extremism)

The survey was conducted in December 2019 and 844 Jordanians were interviewed. Read more here...

 

Survey on the Peace Process and Stability in the Middle East

A poll was conducted in November 2019 comprising a sample of 1,200 Jordanians. They were asked questions regarding their views on the peace process and stability in the Middle East. Read more here...

 

Survey on Jordanians' Perceptions on Foreign Relations

A poll was conducted in August 2019, covering a sample of 1,198 Jordanians. They were asked questions regarding their opinions on Jordan's foreign relations and foreign policy. Read more here...

 

Survey on the Syrian Conflict, Migration and the Refugee Crisis in Jordan

A survey was conducted in November 2018, covering a sample comprising of 1,305 Jordanians and 600 Syrian refugees in Jordan. They answered questions about their opinions regarding the Syrian conflict, the refugee crisis, migration and the Jordan-Syria border. Read more here...

 

Survey on Jordan's International Relations 2021

This survey delves 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. Read more here...

 

Survey on the Jordanians perspective on the municipal elections of 2022

The survey was conducted during the months of November and December 2021 with an overall sample of 2,365 adult Jordanians, whereby the national sample consisted of 1,561 respondents and the booster sample comprised 804 university students. The survey tool was designed by KAS and NAMA, cooperatively, and it comprised four main sections: participation, royal committee to modernize the political system, ideological spectrum, and media.

As for the data analysis, it mainly focused on comparing the perceptions of youth with the perceptions of the nationally representative sample, which provided the opportunity to study the insights of different generations and allocate gaps within their ideologies. Read more here...