International Republican Institute (IRI) has done a survey of Iraqi Kurdistan Public Opinion in the period between 8 – 15 December 2010. The results of this survey showed to many data about the reality of Kurdish society in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
IRI is the premier international democracy-development organization. This nonpartisan, nongovernmental Institute has performed high-impact work in more than 100 countries since 1983—in Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East and North Africa—and currently has offices in more than 30 countries. They are growing every day and joining together with new partners to fund and implement projects. Their workforce is expanding globally with IRI experts including field staff and DC-based program personnel. In addition to their esteemed Board of Directors, IRI established the International Advisory Council of recognized global leaders who share their vision. IRI’s worldwide network broadens their institutional capacity to maintain longstanding relationships and deliver sustainable results.
IRI works with organizations and individuals across the globe to help citizens build democratic societies that are open and responsible, accountable and resilient. Collaboration is essential to fulfilling their mission in rapidly changing international landscapes. As an organization, they are agile. That allows them to quickly respond to critical, frequently dangerous situations.
This survey available on CHMK Website Survey Page from below link: