Continuing the approach of the Center for Strategic Studies in studying the opinions and impressions of citizens and analyzing the Jordanian public opinion towards the government and public issues, this survey was conducted for the government of Dr. Bishr Al-Khasawneh after two and a half years since its formation. The government was formed on 12/10/2020, and the Center conducted the formation poll during the period 13-19/10/2020, the 100 days poll during the period 24-31/1/2021, the 200 days poll during the period 16-21/5/2021, the annual poll on 26/10/2022, the year and a half poll during the period 27/3-2/4/2022, and the two-year poll during the period 2/10/2022-7/10/2022.
This survey was conducted between 25-29/4/2023. The national sample size was 1200 individuals over the age of 18, with 50% males and 50% females, reflecting the true proportions in Jordanian society in terms of age and education. They were randomly selected from 150 locations covering the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan geographically and demographically. The sample size of opinion leaders (607) was distributed among seven categories: (senior male and female state officials, political leaders, professional and labor union leaders, university professors, professional unions, senior male and female businesspeople, writers and journalists, and literary and artistic figures) with a response rate of (87%).
This survey was executed by 83 field and desk researchers and supervised by 17 coordinators. The margin of error in the national sample was ±2.5 at a confidence level of 95.0%.
This survey examines the attitudes of Jordanian citizens and their assessment of the government’s performance in a range of key areas, in addition to assessing its ability to implement the tasks specified in The Royal Decree. Furthermore, the survey aimed to identify public opinion trends on the direction of affairs in Jordan, the most significant problems facing Jordan today, and the citizens’ positions and opinions on the economic situation in Jordan, trust in state institutions, societal trust, and repeated Israeli attacks on Palestinians, happiness in Jordan, as well as opinions on conscription and political parties in Jordan.
Bishr Al-Khasawneh Two & half years after its formation