Transformation Processes In The CIS Countries: Comparative Data On The Results Of Sociological Surveys 2001 and 2010

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 6:15 PM
Room: Booth 51
Oral Presentation
Aizhan SHABDENOVA , Data analysis, Center for Study of Public Opinion, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Gulzhan ALIMBEKOVA , Center for Study of Public Opinion, Kazakhstan
In this work will be presented comparative data from sociological surveys of the projects LLH (Living Conditions, Lifestyles and Health), conducted in 2001, and HITT-CIS - Health in Times of Transition, conducted in 2010. These international research projects were supported by the European Union Programs. Field works were conducted across nine former Soviet Union countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine. The objectives of these researches were to study the conditions of lifestyle, satisfaction, health, social well-being, political views, and trust to government and state institutions. A total 18,000 respondents were surveyed by standardized personal interview. Sample represents the population at the age of 18 years and older, also represents distribution by region and type of settlement.
The following indicators will be presented: satisfaction with democracy development, satisfaction with economy development, healthcare, social protection, civic activity, political views, life satisfaction and feeling of happiness. Data will be presented by countries in comparison 2001 and 2010 years.