Catalan Election Survey

In the context of the historic election that will be held on December 21st in Catalonia, Making Electoral Democracy Work (MEDW) has decided to run a pre-electoral survey. The survey is being run by Eric Guntermann, André Blais (Université de Montréal), Ignacio Lago (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), and Marc Guinjoan (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). It will interview 1500 respondents online in the week preceding the election.

The survey will consist notably of questions on vote choice, on attitudes related to Catalan independence, and on evaluations of the actions taken by both the Catalan and Spanish governments.

The objective of the survey is to explain vote choice and attitudes related to independence. Consequently, MEDW researchers will not release any results prior to the close of polls on December 21st. Shortly after the election, a short report with the main findings will be posted on the project’s blog and sent to the media.

Questions about the survey should be addressed to the MEDW research coordinator at eric.guntermann@umontreal.ca
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