"Sant Maral" Foundation -Politbarometer (part I)

POLITBAROMETER 4(37), Oct 2009
The “Sant Maral” foundation presents the results of the October 2009 survey. The representative sample of 1200 respondents from the capital Ulan Bator and Uvs, Tuv, Hentii, Huvsgul aymaks (distributed proportionally by 4 regional divisions and Ulan Bator) was collected from October 1 to October 11, 2009. Tabulations are band by Ulan Bator, Countryside and Nationwide areas when necessary.
The survey is sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation of Germany.

Voting intention

1-In expectations of the coming change in the existing Election law, the distribution in our survey is based on: one voter - one vote.
2-Excluding “No answer” and “Don’t know”

1-In tables 4 and 5 in columns MPRP and DP are those who voted only for one party. In case of mixed choice they are in next columns. Small parties and independents are not present because of small sample size.
2-The existing Election law gives every voter from 2 to 4 votes that he/she may distribute between various parties and candidates. It means that Elections distribution is based on multiple choices. The Parliament proportion of seats is 20 for UB and 56 for the countryside

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Systemic part

1-Important combines both ‘very important” and “rather important” options while not important includes “rather not important” and “not important”. “Don’t know” and “no answer” are not included


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