The fourth joint Greece-Turkey public opinion survey took place over the last ten days of November 2022, before the recent earthquakes that hit southern and southeastern Turkey. Among other questions, the aim of the fourth poll was to capture the views and perceptions of the Greek and Turkish public opinion regarding the migration issue and the position of migrants in Greek and Turkish society.
The poll was supported by diaNEOsis, designed by ELIAMEP and Istanbul Policy Center (IPC) and conducted by MRB and KONDA in Greece and Turkey respectively with the participation of 1003 Greek and 2148 Turkish citizens. This followed the steps of the first three joint polls that took place in February 2021, December 2021 and May 2022, with the participation of 1,022 Greek and 1,163 Turkish citizens in the first, 1008 Greek and 2,731 Turkish citizens in the second and 1003 and 1,786 Turkish citizens in the third.
Data from the Quantitative Survey.
You can find more information about the project and the results of the surveys here.