Public Pulse Brief XVIII is the last in a series of similar publications published within the Public
Pulse III project. It provides an overview of a number of indicators measured through Public Pulse
polls which explore perceptions of citizens regarding democratic processes, socio-economic
conditions, and security in Kosovo.1 Data and indicators from the opinion poll are disaggregated
by ethnicity and gender to provide detailed information on differences in perceptions and
developmental problems faced by various ethnic and other groups. Below is a summary of some
of the key findings of the Public Pulse XVIII poll conducted in April 2020.
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This project is supported by the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and is implemented by the New Social Initiative. Expressed opinions represent the authors’ views and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations, UNMIK or New Social Initiative.