Surveys & Opinion Polls

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July 2019

Indonesia
Tempo – July 1, 2019

M Rosseno Aji, Jakarta – The Setara Institute for Peace and Democracy has released a survey on student religious patterns in 10 state tertiary institutions.

June 2019

Indonesia
Suara.com – June 25, 2019

Pebriansyah Ariefana and Stephanus Aranditio – The Jakarta Nahdlatul Ulama Indonesia (UNUSIA) Research and Social Service Institute (LPPM) has found that trans-national exclusive Islamic groups hav

Indonesia
Kompas – June 16, 2019

Abba Gabrillin, Jakarta – A survey by Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting (SMRC) has found that there has been a declining trend in democratic reforms, particularly following the May 21 and 22 po

March 2019

Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – March 21, 2019

Jakarta – A survey by the Voxpol Center found that the majority of Indonesians don’t care about or aren’t interested in the promises made by the presidential (capres) and vice presidential (cawapre

Indonesia
Kata Data – March 13, 2019

Dimas Jarot Bayu – A recent survey by Concept Indonesia (Konsepindo) shows that only four political parties will gain seats in the national parliament in the 2019 general election (pemilu).

Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – March 6, 2019

Jakarta – The results of the latest LSI Denny JA survey show that support for the number 02 ticket in the 2019 presidential elections – Prabowo Subianto and running mate Sandiaga Uno – has increase

December 2018

Indonesia
Akurat.co – December 19, 2018

Muslimin – A survey by the Denny JA Indonesia Survey Circle (LSI) has concluded that Islamic ormas (mass organisations) are beginning to abandon the Prabowo Subianto and Sandiaga Uno presi

November 2018

Indonesia
Detik Finance – November 8, 2018

Danang Sugianto, Jakarta – Not long ago the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) released data on working conditions in Indonesia, which is particularly interesting in terms of comparing the working con

September 2017

Indonesia
Kompas.com – September 29, 2017

Estu Suryowati, Jakarta – A national public survey by Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting (SMRC) shows that the majority of people do not believe that there is a revival of banned Indonesian Comm

Indonesia
Tribune – September 29, 2017

Warta Kota, Menteng – A survey by Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting (SMRC) shows that 86.8 percent of people do not believe that there is a revival of the banned Indonesian Communist Party (PKI