The reports from the survey are available for download free of charge. Over the next year, new reports focusing on specific topics and countries will be regularly added to the website.
2010 Summary of Findings (60 pages, 2 MB)
2010 Focus On Bosnia and Herzegovina (10 pages, 800 KB)
2010 Focus On Kosovo’s Independence (7 pages, 900 KB)
2009 Summary of Findings (40 pages, 4 MB)
2009 Focus on Perceptions of the EU (9 pages, 900 KB)
2009 Focus on Migration (9 pages, 800 KB)
2008 Analytical Report (64 pages, 800 KB)
2008 Summary of Findings (36 pages, 426 KB) – translations are available in Albanian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbian and Turkish. The translations were kindly provided by SETimes.com.
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- 78% in Croatia are disappointed by the fight against crime
- 32% of Albanians had to bribe an official in the year prior to the survey
- 63% of Montenegrin respondents trust their government
- 56% of Albanians urgently need travel and visa facilitation
- 72% of Kosovo Albanians can imagine life with Serbs
- 70% of Macedonian Albanians support the Ohrid Agreement
- 47% of Serb respondents think Karadzic is innocent
- 69% in Republika Srpska dislike Kosovo’s independence
- 29% of Albanians praise their government’s fight against crime
- 29% of Macedonians feel there could be another war in the region
GBM in the media
A Balkan Monitor survey recently conducted by Gallup Europe gives suggests the state of public opinion in Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo 20 years on from the fall of the Berlin Wall and a decade after the end of the Kosovo war. The findings seem to indicate that the next five years will be a make-or-break period for the region’s future development.Read more media coverage