Annual Omnibus Survey : A survey of life in Qatar 2012
Abdul Rahim, Hanan
Trung Le, Kien
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This executive summary presents the highlights of the 2012 Omnibus survey, the third in a series of Omnibus surveys, carried out by the Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) of Qatar University. The Omnibus surveys interviewed a large and representative sample of Qatari citizens, resident expatriates, and migrant laborers. The 2012 survey gathered valuable demographic information and asked questions about a number of topics of importance to Qatari society. Respondents were asked about their attitudes and activities relating to parenting; charity; politics; gender issues; the media; and labor migrants. The survey was designed and carried out in accordance with the highest scientific and ethical standards. Respondents were assured that their answers would be confidential.
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