The Saudi Center for Public Opinion Poll is an independent, non-profit organization licensed by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs. It is managed by a number of Saudi researchers, experts and consultants in sociology, media, political science, economy, methodology and statistics. The idea of ​​the Center and its activities is based on calling for strengthening the voice of the citizen and taking his opinion into account in the comprehensive development of the Kingdom. In light of this reference, the issues are diagnosed and analyzed and their effects are tracked and the results are used to propose visions, alternatives and options. In addition, the Center seeks to spread the notion of survey and training in its various skills.

Who we are?

Matters

Your

Opinion

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Number of Polls

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Our Mission

To expose the attitudes of Saudi public opinion towards important issues with complete impartiality by: providing qualified human resources, sustainable financial resources, comprehensive technical systems, and effective community partnership.

Our Goals

  • Continuing development of the scientific and institutional performance of the Center.

  • Measure public opinion independently and professionally.

  • Gain and enhance the trust of beneficiaries and society.

Our Values

  • objectivity.

  • Credibility.

  • Scientific.

  • Positivity.

  • Quality.

Methodology

We follow a strict methodology in building our surveys, execution, and analysis and reporting. Our surveys are conducted via mobile telephone interviews using (CATI). Every mobile telephone number in Saudi Arabia has an equal and independent opportunity to be selected in our surveys.

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الرؤية 

المصدر العلمي الموثوق للمعلومات عن الرأي العام

 
 

In your opinion, what is the most important issue facing society these days?

18 December

UN Arabic Language Day

It was decided to celebrate the Arabic language on this date, as it was the day when the United Nations General Assembly passed its resolution in December 1973, by which it decided to introduce Arabic into the official and working languages of the United Nations after a proposal submitted by Saudi Arabia during the 190th session of the UNESCO Executive Board.

18 December

UN Arabic Language Day

It was decided to celebrate the Arabic language on this date, as it was the day when the United Nations General Assembly passed its resolution in December 1973, by which it decided to introduce Arabic into the official and working languages of the United Nations after a proposal submitted by Saudi Arabia during the 190th session of the UNESCO Executive Board.

 

18 December

UN Arabic Language Day

Cooperation agreement and strategic partnership between Prince Sattam University represented by the Institute of Research and Advisory Services and the Saudi Center for Public Opinion in the areas of training and development in statistical analysis and polling studies.

It was decided to celebrate the Arabic language on this date, as it was the day when the United Nations General Assembly passed its resolution in December 1973, by which it decided to introduce Arabic into the official and working languages of the United Nations after a proposal submitted by Saudi Arabia during the 190th session of the UNESCO Executive Board.

18 December

UN Arabic Language Day

 

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جميع حقوق النشر محفوظة للمركز السعودي لاستطلاع الرأي العام