We offer the only high quality online panel of Iraqi people.
Iraq Online Panel:
We offer the only quality online panel (online research panel) for the Iraq population, providing extensive computer-assisted web interviewing (CAWI) capacity.
In line with ESOMAR guidelines, the identities of all panelists have been independently validated and panelists are prevented from completing the same survey more than once.
We have frequently used our online panel to field surveys on a variety of topics. Considering that all of panelists have been previously profiled based on their demographic characteristics, place of residence, and topics of interest, we have the ability to help you secure the right respondents for your unique project needs.
Iraq ONLINE PANEL demographic parameters:
The following tables provide the demographic parameters of our Iraq online panel:
IraqI Governorates and regions:
For polling analysis and setting quotas, when the sample size allows, we categorize Iraqi provinces into the following regions. The grouping is based on ethnicity, religion, and language proximity of the residents and not their population. Governorates with dominant ethnicities/languages are grouped together with the purpose of providing a meaningful unit of analysis with a feasibly large enough sample size:
Al Anbar - Baghdad
Babil - Baghdad
Baghdad - Baghdad
Basra - South
Dhi Qar - South
Al-Qādisiyyah - Baghdad
Diyala - Kurd
Dohuk - Kurd
Erbil - Kurd
Halabja - Kurd
Karbala - Shia
Kirkuk - Kurd
Maysan - South
Muthanna - South
Najaf - Shia
Nineveh - Baghdad
Saladin - Baghdad
Sulaymaniyah - Kurd
Wasit - Baghdad
With many active panelists from across Iraq, covering all major cities, regions, ethnic groups, and demographic categories, our Iraq online panel is paralleled by none.
CONDUCTED Online Panel:
Health and diet survey
Access to and evaluation of various medical services
Political affiliation and activism
Drug and alcohol related knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) study
Attitudes toward and consumption of pornographic material
Level of religiosity and the effect of religion on one’s life.
Attitudes toward nuclear program and negotiations
Attitudes toward democracy and women’s rights
Ethnic relations and extent of intergroup interactions
Consumption and evaluation of news media and television programs.