afis omnibus

A regular quantitative study, composed of any number of specific content topics designed and structured on the basis of different types of issues

QUESTIONS WITH A SINGLE RESPONSE

Appropriate for topics in which the response variants in a uniform way, encompass all possible answers and are mutually exclusive. Respondents may be prompted to explain or specify their choice in free text.

QUESTIONS WITH A TWO-WAY DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONSES

Appropriate for topics in which the response variants are understood in a nearly uniform way. Consists of a series of more concrete sub-questions, to each of which the same scale of answer options is applied.

QUESTIONS WITH MULTIPLE RESPONSES

Two or more options from a given list are possible. These are appropriate when the subject is inherently multi-dimensional, usually because public opinion is shifting or mutating under the influence of several factors.

QUESTIONS WITH SPONTANEOUSLY GENERATED ANSWERS

Appropriate for exploration of topics where responses are not known in advance, so that analysis relies on information and wording provided by the respondent. Processing such data starts with classifying and coding the information using relevant criteria.

QUESTIONS WITH QUANTITATIVE SCALED ANSWERS
(SLIDER SCALE)

Appropriate for datasets that reflects quantitative variables. Data points possess meaning on a relative, ordinal or metric scale. The results contain more information than nominative scaled values. This allows distribution data to be reduced.

QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS ARRANGED IN PRIORITY ORDER
(RANKING)

Appropriate for topics where the specific order between groups of opinions is significant. This allows respondents to choose between alternatives, perceived to have different relative or absolute magnitudes of preference.

afis indicators

Constantly monitored criteria and indicators for population demographic characteristics (gender, age, place of residence), household budgets (income and cost structure), financial, health and social status of respondents and their ethnic and religious identification, as well as other criteria and indicators

afis index

Constant topic monitoring on issues related to self, public or political attitudes, opinions and orientations of respondents on a national and regional level

How living looks like, compared to other people, the past, and what are the expectations for the future?

Personal and social orientations

To what extent main society’s organizations and institutes of the government and society are trustworthy?

Levels of trust towards main institutions

What is the opinions regarding political parties' activities and positions and what is the willingness to support them?

Political and electoral attitudes and orientations