Freedom of vote and family voting in Albania
Following the first survey (2014), which focused on the situation of women in Albania in regards to their voting behavior, the 2017 survey was conducted to elicit citizen opinions on different practices that might intervene with the freedom of voting as well as understand and identify the current systemic flaws behind the high occurrence of such practices. According to the 2017 survey, the general interest in politics and government remains low, similar to the first wave of the study in 2014. 1300 interviews (50% Women, 50% Men) in total were conducted in rural and urban areas through face to face interviews in the period of October to November 2017.
Geographic coverage: Europe and Central Asia Albania
Subject areas: Citizen engagement Gender statistics Leadership and political participation Political empowerment Sex-disaggregated data Women’s movements
Resource type(s): Assessments Data/statistics
UN Women office publishing: Albania Country Office
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Publishing entity/ies: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)