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Three in Five Syrians Support International Military Involvement One month on from Bashar al-Assad winning re-election with a widely reported 90% of the vote, a new survey from ORB International reveals that just one in three Syrians (35%) believe that the President and his regime best represent the interests and aspirations of the Syrian people. read more

Conducting Research in Al Sham The Syrian uprising has now entered its fourth year and resolution remains a far-fetched ambition. This conflict presents unique complexities that not only have never been seen in previous wars, but also remain unique to the political and religious significance of Syria within the Middle East. Not only have the political agendas of neighbouring and Western countries shaped the dichotomy of the Syrian conflict, with the influx of foreign fighters both in numbers and countries of origin; the degree of fragmentation amongst opposition groups and the rallying influence of social media will all leave an unpredictable mark on the Syrian people for generations to come. read more

World a better place with more women politicians: says a third of respondents to global poll. Zurich, Switzerland: 08 March 2014 – A global poll, conducted by WIN/Gallup International, the leading association in market research and polling, has revealed that over a third of respondents believe the world would be a better place if politicians were predominantly women. read more

WIN/Gallup International’s annual global End of Year survey shows a brighter outlook for 2014 ORB, as part of the WIN/Gallup International network, undertook fieldwork across 65 countries around the world, asking representative samples in each country how they felt about the upcoming year, which countries they felt were the greatest threat to world peace and how they would feel about women taking a greater role in politics. read more

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