Opinion Polling in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe
Edited By Klaus Bachmann and Jens Gieseke
Public Opinion Research in Serbia in the Non-pluralist Period
Introduction: The beginnings of public opinion polls in Serbia
During the 1950s, the political conditions and other circumstances were favorable for the foundation of institutions that would conduct empirical social science research in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which featured Serbia as one of the six federal states.1
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