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Syria Public Opinion July 2015

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Table 1
Q1 Do you think Syria is going in the right direction or in the wrong direction?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

507

238

269a

91

138

110

89

52

27

42ebd

31d

67d

40bd

113d

35d

19d

36d

276b

140

57

34

46%

32%

32%

33%

11%

9%

45%

35%

38%

36%

42%

41%

33%

33%

37%

55hg
58%

18
64%

111h
55%

46hg
63%

7
91%

47h
53%

198hg
62%

56hg
60%

28
53%

48h
56%

364
54%

254
59%

100
59%

56
61%

34

35ad

13

-%

2%

2%

2%

Right Direction

Wrong Direction
Dont know Refuse (DONT READ)

39d

35
32
aebdj aebdj
mkl
mk
34%
61%
56%

37%

34%

41%

34%

37%

36%

40%

41%

38%

774
57%

422b
60%

353
54%

162
60%

212
57%

172
56%

120
54%

67
53%

43
61%

69hg
60%

19
34%

24
41%

48h
54%

84

47

37

16

20

26f

13

6f

2f

6%

1%

6%

4%

3%

-%

6%

7%

6%

6%

6%

9%

95 percent as lower case or *

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6%

10fijml 1
10%

26
19
agfij ahgfe
ml bijmkl
4%
13%
26%

6fijml 1
11%

1%

5%

8%

8%

2%

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Table 2
Q2 Do support or Oppose the intenational coalition airstrikes in Syria?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

348

200b

148

65

100

73

59

33

18

16k

28dik

20k

50k

11

15

81k

35ebdijk 4

21k

197bc

97c

28%

31%

21%

27%

24%

15%

49%

17%

26%

37%

7%

25%

29%

23%

3%

52%

25k
28%

62k
19%

25k
27%

4
8%

16
18%

170c
25%

93c
22%

5
3%

31bc
34%

151d
22%

126ad
29%

76abd
45%

7
8%

133d

101d

81abd

24%

20%

24%

47%

2%

2
3%

23
3%

12
3%

2
1%

3
3%

37k

368bc

191c

Strongly Support

26%

28%

23%

24%

27%

24%

27%

26%

25%

23
ebdij
kl
30%
41%

Somewhat Support

300
22%

142
20%

157
24%

66e
25%

83e
22%

65
21%

53e
24%

16
13%

17e
24%

31k
27%

16k
28%

13k
23%

23k
26%

19
19%

7
25%

42k
21%

16k
21%

1
17%

Somewhat Oppose

360
26%

189
27%

171
26%

67
25%

93
25%

87
28%

54
24%

41
33%

18
25%

21
18%

8
14%

14
24%

24
27%

27h
28%

7
27%

52
26%

22h
29%

1
9%

Strongly Oppose

317

156

161

63

83

72

53

31

15

24

10

13

14

28fm

49

21fm

Dont know

34dik

29ahm 91ahm
33%
29%
20

71

23%

22%

24%

23%

22%

23%

24%

24%

21%

21%

18%

23%

16%

29%

21%

24%

29%

25%

23%

22%

40
3%

19
3%

21
3%

8
3%

12
3%

10
3%

2
1%

5
4%

3
4%

5i
4%

-%

1
2%

1
1%

3
3%

-%

10i
5%

4i
5%

-%

-%

12
4%

29k

92k

27k

40k

142k

37%

66%

Net support

648

Net oppose

677

47%

50%

342
48%
345
49%

306
46%
332
50%

131e
49%
130
48%

183e
49%
176
47%

138
45%
159
52%

112e
51%
107
48%

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49

35

39%

49%

65edjk 39
ebdij
kl
56%
69%

51edjk 39k

51%

57%

72

33

45

18

27

38

57%

46%

39%

31%

47%

43%

40%
55ahm
57%

15
53%
13
47%

45%
101hm
50%

43ahfm
58%

2
34%

45%

51%

22ahbm 26ahm
41%
31%

14

24
ahgfb
ijml
15%
45%
2
2%

60
ebdij
kl
45%
65%

50ahm163ahm
55%

17
18%

30

-%
8
14%

46
ahgfe
bdijml
33%
86%

20

43%
46ahm
54%

55%

44%

283d

228ad

42%

53%

11
6%

48abc

79abc
87%

157abd

92%

10%

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Table 3
Q3 (Summary table) - Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow
Base: All respondents
STATEMENTS
Bashar al-Asad
(a)

Iran
(b)

Islamic State
(c)

Nusra Front
(d)

Syrian
Opposition
Coalition
(e)

Arab Gulf
countries
(f)

Free
Syrian Army
(g)

Unweighted row

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

Total

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

359bcdefg
26%

287cdefg
21%

281ceg
21%

Completely
positive influence
Somewhat positive
influence
Somewhat negative
influence
Completely
negative influence
Don't know
Net positive
Net negative

98
7%

220ce
16%

131c
10%

218ce
16%

242ce
18%

298ceg
22%

193
14%

262ce
19%

218
16%

288ceg
21%

241c
18%

266
19%

259
19%

376abdg
28%

294
22%

368abdg
27%

332abg
24%

276
20%

412
30%

495af
36%

660abdfg
48%

564abf
41%

613abf
45%

424
31%

580abf
43%

38
3%

25
2%

35
3%

291
21%

482ce
35%

349c
26%

47bdg
3%
641bcdefg
47%
678
50%

26
2%
585cdefg
43%
754a
55%

1036abdefg
76%

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858abf
63%

981abdfg
72%

103abcdeg
8%

26
2%

506ce
37%

483ce
35%

756a
55%

856abf
63%

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Table 4
Q3a Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Bashar al-Asad.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

359

214b

145

70

103

67

58

38

23

Completely
positive influence

Somewhat positive
influence
Somewhat negative
influence

Don't know

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

26%

30%

22%

26%

28%

22%

26%

30%

67
34
26
33
32
febdi febdi bdijm dijmk dijmk
jmkl
jmkl
kl
l
l
32%
58%
61%
45%
37%
33%

281
21%

112
16%

169a
26%

55
21%

58
16%

71b
23%

53b
24%

26
21%

18b
25%

26i
23%

266

136

130

55

85

54

40

19

13

10

20%

23%

17%

18%

15%

18%

8%

8%

63

36

17

19%
Completely
negative influence

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Control of the Region

Total

412

19%

92

54

86

678

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

54dijmkl 7

13
48%

27%

10%

-%

8
29%

48i
24%

10i
13%

1
17%

41ah

15a

20%

20%

57%

23di
26%

18i
19%

14

16

13%

16%

17%

6%

8h

18ah

26ahg

29%

31%

34%

29%

29%

24%

6%

3%

14%

20%

27%

9%

47
3%

22
3%

25
4%

13
5%

10
3%

11
4%

7
3%

6
5%

-%

6l
5%

-%

2
4%

1
1%

4
4%

3
9%

11l
5%

Net negative

678

47%

50%

46%
358
51%

48%
319
48%

125
46%
131
49%

161
44%
200
54%

105

318

29%

314

114

89

31%

326

77

30%

641

190

14i
24%

Aleppo
(j)

36
ahgfe
bj
24%
50%

Net positive

222

20%

15di
27%

Idlip
(i)

138
45%
158
51%

111
50%
104
47%

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64

41b

51%

93
50
40
57
50
febdi gfebd
ebdij dijmk dijmk
jmkl
ijmkl
mkl
l
l
58%
81%
89%
69%
63%
52%

55

30

16

44%

42%

14%

50ah

21

103
dijmk
l
76%
50%

15ah

32ah

43ahg

11%

27%

36%

44%

15%

59ik

14i

5%

19%

15%

3
4%

66i
21%

19i
21%

10

77ahi

11%

24%

21ahi 17
ahgfe
i
22%
32%

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

-%

1
1%

17i

23%

17%

9%

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

34

12

13i

304bcd

5%

15%

45%

8%

7%

9%

11i
22%

17i
20%

186bcd
28%

50
12%

30
17%

16
17%

26ahgfei 99

84a

53ab

30ab

30%

20%

31%

33%

254acd

70a

36a

8%

59%

41%

39%

32b
5%

8
2%

6
3%

1
1%

70 106ahgfb 36ahgfb 19ahgf 30ahgf


ahgfe
bdjmkl
26%
79%
34%
38%
36%
35%

5hl
7%

70%

DerZor
(l)

90ahg 51ahgfeb 6
44%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

8
3%

4
4%

2l
5%

-%

125di

33i

14i

30i

39%

35%

27%

35%

81
184
57
36
56
ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe
bdjmkl
b
b
b
b
83%
90%
58%
61%
68%
65%

15%
52

490bcd
73%
151
22%

85

42

24

20%

25%

26%

338a

123a

66a

79%

72%

73%

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Table 5
Q3b Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Iran.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

287

160

127

60

73

55

53

29

18

22%

20%

18%

24%

23%

50
29
21
febdi febdi bdijm
jmkl
jmkl
kl
25%
43%
52%
37%

57

73

77

42

27

21

Completely
positive influence

21%
Somewhat positive
influence

Somewhat negative
influence
Completely
negative influence

Don't know

298

23%
138

19%
160a

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

22dijkl 22dikl 11

259
19%

108
15%

150a
23%

49
18%

77
21%

45
15%

47
21%

30c
24%

11
15%

495

287b

208

97

74

37

19

13

12h

30ah

31ah

2m
4%

2
3%

1
1%

1
2%

40dil

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17i

203bcd

39b

45%

90
45
31
gfebd gfebd
dijmk
ijmkl
ijmkl
l
55%
78%
80%
55%

67

30

22

11

53%

42%

19%

19%

6
3%

97
dijmk
l
69%
48%

44%

48%

24ah

48ah

49ah

41%

53%

51%

29%

100ah

1
1%
17
23%

56
ahgfe
bj
49%
76%

61
133ahgb 45
27
ahgfe
ahgfe ahgfe
bjmkl
b
b
51%
68%
42%
49%
51%
-%

2
2%

12

-%

13%

240bcd

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

29

7%

6%

10%

47

32b

16

30%

11%

19%

17%

27aheijm 90
31%
13%

101a
24%

45a
26%

23a
25%

246ac

81a

42a

58ah

1
1%

95 percent as lower case or *

11i

11a
21%

3
3%

55%

18i

15
16%

2
3%

56%

68i

64a
20%

3
3%

58%

36%

14
16%

6
3%

54%

9%

4
49%

2
1%

54%

8%

14a
20%

7
2%

56%

16%

42a
21%

6
2%

55%

10

15%

5
17%

13
2%

43%

5%

17a
18%

14
2%

121

-%

17a
19%

26
2%

43%

15i

12a
20%

12%

173f

41
ahgfe
bjl
29%
56%

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

47i

9
16%

33%

40%

20%

34%

216f

20%

21%

43%

48dijkl 6

20%

3%

147

674

22%

12%

44%

86

8%

27%

359

53

-%

29%

42%

93

14%

33%

395

317

24%

42%

43%

89

31%

38%

754

25%

36%

Net negative

73

20%

32%

56

DerZor
(l)

17%

41%

95

678

9%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

28%

36%

132

86

49i

22%

147

54

19%

117

92

24i

25%

287

318

18i

20%

298

89

24%

21%

585

38%

24%

Net positive

Aleppo
(j)

23%

20%

128ef

Idlip
(i)

24%

22%

139

10

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

40
gfbdi
jml
30%
35%
9
8%

16i

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

33ahg

125

38%

19%

57%

48%

47%

7
2%

2
1%

1
1%

5
2%

-%

-%

2
2%

16
2%

115di

33i

15i

25i

443bcd

36%

35%

28%

29%

75 197ahgeb 60ahgb 38
59
ahgfe
ahgfe ahgfe
bjml
b
b
100%
84%
62%
65%
72%
69%

66%
215
32%

76
18%
347a
81%

42
24%
126a
74%

25b
27%
65a
72%

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Table 6
Q3c Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Islamic State.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

98

57

41

25

29

19

16

9ahfb

4%

6%

1%

-%

6%

2%

10%

-%

15ahg

10%

16%

11%

Completely
positive influence

7%
Somewhat positive
influence

193
14%

Somewhat negative
influence

376
28%

Completely
negative influence

660

Don't know
Net positive

6%

9%

8%

6%

7%

53

45

30

19

10

14%

14%

13%

14%

15%

14%

15%

14%

4%

4%

3%

65

96

71

39

24

24

14k

17k

20

24k

24%

26%

23%

36%

31%

34%

21%

25%

30%

23%

25%

19%

139d

184d

158d

88

59

32

34dijkl 56
edijk
l
59%
62%

45kl

160
23%
375b

216a
33%
285

81abc

43%

52%

50%

51%

40%

47%

17
2%

21
3%

4
1%

8
2%

15a
5%

7
3%

3
3%

76%

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

36

53%

1036

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

94

48%

291

Tartous
(h)

98

38
3%

21%
Net negative

8%

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Control of the Region

Total

155
22%
534
76%

135
21%
502
76%

82
39
ebdij
ebdij
mkl
kl
45%
71%
69%
1
1%

3
3%

1
2%

1
2%

2
3%

61

82

63

46

24

14

11a

23%

22%

21%

21%

19%

20%

5%

4%

9%

12%

98

56

204
76%

280
76%

229
74%

168
76%

95 percent as lower case or *

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78%

106
53
edijm edijm
kl
kl
79%
92%
94%

85%

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

6a

2%

4%

-%

6%

19
9%

12ahg
17%

26
ahgfe
bjm
9%
29%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

34ahfb

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

18
ahgfe
bdijml
5%
35%

13ahfbdm 7

44ahg 15ahg 19
ahgfe
bdjm
14%
16%
35%

21ahgfbj 26

91a

63abd

12a

24%

4%

21%

37%

14%

24k

189c

141c

23

23c

11%

27%

28%

33%

13%

26%

22k

443bcd

11%

DerZor
(l)

15%

1%

31a
7%

58abd
34%

3
3%

71afmk 32
ahfei
jmkl
35%
43%

22k

94k

21

42%

24%

30%

22%

20

108dijkl 24k

33k

139kl

46%

70%

53%

33%

49%

37%

44%

54%

11%

25%

66%

36%

8%

55%

3
3%

-%

2
1%

2
3%

-%

3
3%

6
2%

2
2%

4bj
8%

7bj
8%

9
1%

13a
3%

14ab
8%

2
3%

122ad

120abd

15a

71%

17%

25ahgfb 3
26%

51eijkl 76eijkl 68kl


89%

Idlip
(i)

71%

11%
25

23
11%

179
edijm
kl
89%
88%

15ahb
21%
55ikl
76%

32
ahgfb
djm
9%
35%

50dikl

78ahgfb 20ahb 37
34
ahgfe ahgfe
bdijml bdjm
25%
21%
70%
39%

55k

233ikl

91%

61%

74%

71ikl
76%

33
5%

12

45k

632bcd

22%

53%

94%

154c

28%
295c
69%

13

36
21%

50bc

74bc
81%

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Table 7
Q3d Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Nusra Front.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

220

115

104

42

66

49

32

24

9ah

12a

16ah

15%

18%

16%

15%

19%

10%

5%

4%

15%

13%

17%

53

77

62

38

22

10

7a

10a

Completely
positive influence

16%
Somewhat positive
influence

Somewhat negative
influence
Completely
negative influence

Don't know

262

16%
144

16%
118

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

73

89

317

93

53

86

27a

16ah

48ah

19ah

11ah

17ah

15%

13%

21%

15%

20%

21%

20%

10

26a

15ah

31
ahgfe
bjml
40%
35%
2

32
81
25
24
ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe
bd
b
b bdjml
26%
35%
26%
27%
45%

19%

20%

18%

20%

21%

20%

17%

18%

14%

4%

4%

12%

11%

10%

4%

13%

20%

294
22%

108
15%

186a
28%

55
20%

81
22%

72
23%

46
21%

22
18%

18
25%

32fl
28%

12
22%

15l
27%

13
14%

22
23%

5
17%

47
23%

24fijl 1
32%
17%

564

324b

241

55

33

113

141

122

100

41%

46%

37%

42%

38%

40%

45%

44%

25
2%

15
2%

10
1%

7
3%

6
2%

2
1%

5
2%

2
2%

Net positive

482

Net negative

858

35%

63%

259
37%
432
61%

223
34%
426
65%

94
35%
168
62%

143f
39%
221
60%

111
36%
194
63%

70
32%
146
66%

95 percent as lower case or *

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46

72
39
gbdij gebdi
mkl
jmkl
46%
63%
70%
3c
4%

17

37%

24%

77

51

61%

1
1%
10
9%

-%
5
8%

104
52
gfebd gfebd
ijmkl
ijmkl
72%
90%
92%

26dimk 52
dijmk
l
46%
58%

47dijmk 17

98dijmk 18i

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

674

430

170

91

45

113a

44a

17a

26%

26%

19%

138a

56a

29a

7%

23ahgfeb 39
27%

6%

32%

33%

32%

73
17%

36
21%

15
16%

99

30

29c

16
18%

63
20%

22
23%

11
21%

11
13%

170b
25%

119dik

26ik

32ik

405bcd

49%

62%

48%

25%

17%

10%

37%

28%

13%

38%

60%

23%

18%

32%

1
2%

6
3%

1
2%

-%

2
2%

6
2%

2
2%

-%

2
2%

14
2%

7
2%

4
2%

1
1%

251a

100a

46a

1
1%

3
3%

1
1%

15ah

22ah

26ah

27%

24%

27%

42ijmkl 65
70
dijmk dijmk
l
l
72%
72%
72%

53ah

19%

26%

42%

145
dijmk
l
78%
71%

42ik

57%

34%

22

30ahfeb 5

63
129
44
35
ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe ahgfe
bdjml
b
b bdjml
66%
70%
41%
47%
67%
25

182ik

47ik

27%

57%

51%

18
33%

40ahgfeb 84
47%

13%

44ik

575bcd

51%

85%

58%
172
40%

59%

51%

66

44

39%

48%

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Table 8
Q3e Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Syrian Opposition Coalition.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

Completely
positive influence
Somewhat positive
influence

131
10%
218
16%

Somewhat negative
influence

368
27%

Completely
negative influence

Don't know

613

57
8%
128b
18%
142
20%
358b

73
11%

20
7%

36
10%

29
9%

24
11%

16
13%

6
8%

2
2%

90

52

60

46

31

20

14%

19%

16%

15%

14%

16%

13%

72

90

83

27

18

35

27%

24%

27%

35%

22%

25%

31%

85

59

35

226a
34%
255

121

172

141

77abe

45%

51%

39%

45%

46%

46%

39%

47%

35
3%

21
3%

14
2%

5
2%

12
3%

9
3%

3
2%

3
3%

Net positive

349

Net negative

981

26%

72%

185
26%
500
71%

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

163
25%
481
73%

72
27%
192
71%

96
26%
262
71%

75
24%
224
73%

55
25%
163
73%

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Tartous
(h)

6a
11%

4
4%

6
6%

5h

13ah

6%

-%

10%

15

23
ebijm
k
27%
41%

2
2%

1
2%

15

29%

21%

7%

8%

87

53

36

69%

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

5a
8%

68
35
gdijm gdijm
kl
kl
49%
60%
62%
3
4%

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

104
51
gebdi bdijm
jmkl
kl
75%
90%
90%

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

14afe
15%

2
8%

18a
9%

13afeb
18%

1
9%

12h

24h

13ah

15%

13%

-%

12%

17%

23

24

11

53

24

25%

25%

38%

26%

33%

22

50
gdijm
kl
39%
56%

51dikl 15

1
15%
3

39af
12%
51ah
16%

10a
10%

DerZor
(l)

4a
8%

9a
10%

23ahgeb 18
ahgfe
bdj
25%
34%

17ah
20%

20

76

21

12

29

22%

24%

23%

23%

34%

37

16

30

25

139di

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

32
5%
42
6%
186
28%
399bcd

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

71a
16%

18a
10%

11a
12%

106a

44a

25a

25%

26%

28%

52

28

31%

31%

54

24

102
24%
136

54%

50%

28%

34%

28%

44%

40%

30%

35%

59%

32%

32%

26%

-%

8
4%

3fi
5%

-%

-%

12
4%

2
2%

2fi
5%

1
1%

15
2%

15
4%

2
1%

3
4%

33ahfeb 22
ahgfe
bj
35%
42%

26ah

177a

62a

36a

-%

3
4%

12a

17a

18a

21%

19%

19%

8%

46dimk 73dijmk 74dimk 26


81%

101dikl 20

31
ahgfe
bdjl
42%
34%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

53%

-%

79%

Idlip
(i)

77%

92%

42ah
20%

26ahfeb 4
35%

154dimk 44
76%

60%

44
ahgfe
bjml
51%
50%
4

49%

90ahb
28%

45

215ik

58

28

50%

68%

62%

53%

74

30%

11%

59i

585bcd

69%

87%

41%
238
55%

36%
106
63%

40%
52
57%

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Table 9
Q3f Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Arab Gulf countries.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

218

102

116

41

53

51

40

21

12

11

10

17

Completely
positive influence

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

89

318

92

54

86

678

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

29

15a

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

24
ahfbj
k
32%
27%

48

24ahfbjk 6

16

71

93a

33a

21a

15%

26%

11%

18%

11%

22%

20%

23%

16%

14%

18%

15%

14%

17%

18%

17%

17%

9%

11%

18%

10%

18%

4%

14%

20%

288
21%

178b
25%

110
17%

59
22%

72
19%

71
23%

56ef
26%

19
15%

10
14%

13
11%

5
10%

11
19%

21ah
23%

17
18%

4
15%

39
19%

21ah
29%

2
26%

24ah
27%

81ah
25%

16
17%

12a
23%

20ah
24%

111
16%

122a
28%

36
21%

19
21%

332
24%

163
23%

169
26%

70
26%

99
27%

71
23%

48
22%

22
18%

21
30%

33g
29%

17g
30%

7
13%

19
21%

21
22%

6
22%

53g
26%

16
22%

2
25%

19
21%

81g
26%

19
20%

19gm
35%

20
24%

175
26%

102
24%

37
22%

18
20%

424
31%

210
30%

214
33%

77
29%

117
31%

97
32%

61
28%

49ad
39%

24
34%

45dij
39%

22i
38%

21i
36%

38dijml 30
42%
31%

13
46%

69i
34%

18
25%

-%

19
21%

84
26%

26
27%

17
31%

24
28%

257bd
38%

89
21%

54b
32%

24
26%

Don't know

103
8%

54
8%

49
8%

22
8%

30
8%

17
6%

15
7%

15c
12%

4
6%

13fk
11%

7fk
12%

8fdik
14%

4
4%

24k
7%

9k
9%

-%

5
6%

59
9%

24
6%

11
6%

10
11%

Net positive

506

48
ahgfe
bjk
58%
54%

129ah

40ah

215ac

69a

40a

41%

43%

50%

41%

44%

91

42

53%

46%

Somewhat positive
influence
Somewhat negative
influence
Completely
negative influence

37%
Net negative

756
55%

280b
40%
373
53%

226
34%
383a
58%

100
37%
147
55%

125
34%
215
58%

122
40%
168
55%

97be
44%
110
49%

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3
3%

10k
10%

4
13%

14
7%

3
4%

1
17%

36ahfb

40

22

23

12

21a

30a

35ah

69a

32%

31%

20%

20%

37%

34%

36%

19%

34%

49%

71

45d

52

19

121i

34

54%

69%

60%

47%

56%

78
gedij
ml
63%
68%

38gdijm 28
68%

49%

57dim
63%

2
25%

38
42%

165
52%

44
47%

18
34%
35dim
66%

36ah
42%
44
52%

182
27%
432bcd
64%

191
44%

Syria Public Opinion July 2015

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Table 10
Q3g Thinking about the persons and the groups which are working now in Syria, Generally, do you think that their influence is negative or positive on the matters in Syria is that influence strongly or somehow - Free Syrian Army.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

242

114

128

47

67

58

35

19

16

11

16a

32a

17ahg

17%

18%

19%

16%

15%

23%

6%

6%

10%

12%

16%

9%

16%

23%

51f

69f

56f

43f

18

15ah

14ah

25ah

Completely
positive influence

18%
Somewhat positive
influence

Somewhat negative
influence
Completely
negative influence

Don't know

241

16%
130

19%
111

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

57ah

23ahgf 14ahgf 18ah

35
ahgfe
bdjml
34%
39%

20ahgeb 3

33
ahgfe
bjkl
40%
37%

18%

18%

17%

19%

19%

18%

19%

14%

7%

4%

1%

8%

17%

15%

12%

13%

28%

276
20%

96
14%

179a
27%

52
19%

71
19%

56
18%

53
24%

23
18%

21ac
30%

28i
24%

17iml
30%

14i
24%

15i
17%

17i
18%

9
32%

48i
24%

17i
23%

86

60

13

96dijm 18

19

47%

47%

25%

9%

21%

-%

2
1%

1
1%

1
17%

-%

580

351b

229

118

156

133

43%

50%

35%

44%

42%

43%

39%

48%

26
2%

15
2%

11
2%

2
1%

7
2%

4
1%

5
2%

5a
4%

Net positive

483

Net negative

856

35%

63%

244
35%
447
63%

239
36%
409
62%

97
36%
170
63%

136
37%
227
61%

115
37%
189
62%

77
35%
139
63%

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37

26

74
35
ebdij
ebdij
mkl
mkl
37%
65%
63%
3a
4%

2
2%

-%

31dijmk 47dijmk 44di


54%

52%

2
4%

2
2%

21

11

10

29%

30%

10%

8%

18%

83

47

66%

102
52
45
febdi gfebd
dijmk
jmkl
ijmkl
l
66%
89%
92%
78%

46%
5bijl
5%

26ah

30ah

29%
62dimk
69%

57ah

31%

21%

28%

51%

61di

22

144
dijmk
l
79%
71%

35i

64%

-%

2
3%

18%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

25%

68ahgb 22ahgb

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

26%

21%

8ah

19ahgb

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

674

430

170

91

53

118a

37a

34ac

28%

22%

37%

128a

40a

26a

30%

24%

29%

64
15%

25
15%

8
9%

8%
47

21%

24%

15%

22%

72i
23%

15i
16%

9i
18%

12i
15%

179bcd
27%

32

18

37di

384bcd

37%

34%

33%

43%

57%

4
1%

2
2%

4ahbijl 8%
-%

10
2%

116di

37ahgfeb 5

48%

DerZor
(l)

68
124ahgb 45
ahgfe
ahgfe
bdjmkl
b
74%
76%
39%
48%

7%

22ahg 36ahgb 100


41%

43%

15%

21

188i

46i

27i

49i

563bcd

9%

24%

59%

50%

51%

57%

84%

113

61b

22

26%

36%

24%

7
2%

8ab
5%

1
1%

246ac
57%
177
41%

77a
45%
85bd
50%

60ac
66%
31
34%

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Table 11
Q4 According to your view, which of the following represent the best solution for the crisis which Syria is in today?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

Political solution

698
51%

351
50%

347
53%

135
50%

204
55%

153
50%

108
49%

60
48%

37
52%

56
49%

25
44%

28
49%

37
41%

46
48%

15
54%

120fj
59%

38
52%

5
66%

51f
57%

152
48%

52f
56%

29
54%

41
48%

332
49%

231
54%

85
50%

50
55%

Military solution

510
37%

270
38%

241
37%

105b
39%

118
32%

128b
42%

80
36%

51
40%

29
41%

45
39%

25b
44%

20
35%

32
36%

37
39%

12
42%

62
30%

28
38%

1
9%

34
38%

128b
40%

34
36%

18
34%

35
41%

257
38%

158
37%

64
38%

31
34%

DK/Ref

157

86

71

30

48

26

33c

15

14

12i

22

37

84

42

21

10

12%

11%

11%

13%

15%

12%

7%

12%

21
abdij
ml
16%
23%

4%

11%

5%

12%

8%

11%

11%

12%

10%

13%

11%

12%

9%

95 percent as lower case or *

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6
11%

9i

13%

10%

26%

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Table 12
Q5 The possibility of a political solution despite the differences that exist between the Syrians.
Base: All who answer political solution
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

695

345

350

214

170

123

94

57

37

58

25

28

36

48

16

118

39

49

154

51

28

40

335

230

83

47

Total

698

351

347

135

204

153

108

60

37

56

25

28

37

46

15

120

38

51

152

52

29

41

332

231

85

50

Yes

449
64%

219
63%

229
66%

87e
64%

133e
65%

103e
67%

71e
66%

29
47%

25
68%

35
61%

16
65%

14
50%

20
53%

35f
75%

8
51%

77
64%

28
74%

2
47%

32
63%

100
65%

37
71%

16
54%

30
71%

217
65%

147
64%

53
63%

32
64%

No

234
34%

124
35%

110
32%

45
33%

66
32%

45
29%

36
33%

32abcdf 11
53%
30%

21
37%

9
35%

14
50%

17edj
47%

12
25%

6
41%

43
36%

9
25%

3
53%

16
32%

44
29%

15
29%

12
42%

12
29%

110
33%

77
33%

31
36%

17
34%

15
2%

8
2%

7
2%

3
2%

5
2%

5
3%

1
1%

1
2%

-%

-%

-%

1
8%

-%

1
2%

-%

2b
5%

9b
6%

-%

1
4%

-%

5
2%

7
3%

1
1%

1
3%

DK/Ref
95 percent as lower case or *

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-%

1
3%

-%

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Page 13

Table 13
Q6 The military solution can solve the problems that Syria facing today?
Base: All who answer military solution
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

514

268

246

167

98

103

69

48

29

45

25

20

33

37

11

60

28

35

129

33

20

37

259

155

68

32

Total

510

270

241

105

118

128

80

51

29

45

25

20

32

37

12

62

28

34

128

34

18

35

257

158

64

31

Yes

354
69%

202b
75%

151
63%

75d
72%

79
67%

100d
78%

43
54%

34
67%

23
79%

31
70%

17
67%

5
23%

27eim
85%

23
63%

8
66%

51eim
82%

19
68%

1
100%

21
61%

90
70%

21
61%

14
77%

27
78%

172
67%

109
69%

48
75%

24
78%

No

127
25%

50
18%

77a
32%

24
23%

26
22%

27
21%

31abc
39%

13
25%

5
17%

10
23%

6
25%

14
68%

5
15%

10b
28%

2
19%

7
11%

8
30%

-%

11b
32%

30b
24%

12fb
37%

4
19%

7
20%

63
25%

44
28%

13
20%

6
20%

30
6%

17
6%

13
5%

6c
5%

12c
10%

1
1%

6c
7%

4c
8%

1
3%

3
7%

2
7%

2
8%

-%

4
10%

2
15%

5
7%

1
2%

-%

2
7%

8
6%

1
2%

1
3%

1
3%

22b
9%

4
3%

3
5%

1
2%

DK/Ref
95 percent as lower case or *

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Page 14

Table 14
Q7 How likely do you think the Syrians to put aside their differences and live together again?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

Very Likely

431
32%

211
30%

220
33%

92b
34%

100
27%

95
31%

78b
35%

45
36%

21
30%

35
31%

17
30%

18
32%

21
23%

35fd
37%

8
30%

72fd
35%

16
22%

1
9%

35fd
39%

98
31%

28
30%

17
33%

29
34%

206
31%

135
31%

61
36%

29
32%

Somewhat Likely

453
33%

250
35%

203
31%

90
33%

135
36%

107
35%

66
30%

34
27%

22
31%

35
30%

15
27%

22
38%

38l
42%

31
32%

7
26%

66
32%

25
34%

3
42%

27
30%

105
33%

38l
41%

19
37%

21
25%

233
35%

139
32%

50
29%

31
34%

Somewhat Unlikely

204
15%

117
17%

87
13%

38
14%

54
15%

45
15%

35
16%

19
15%

13
18%

21
18%

12
22%

7
12%

14
16%

10
11%

4
15%

29
14%

16em
22%

-%

11
13%

50
16%

10
11%

9
17%

10
12%

101
15%

67
16%

25
15%

10
11%

Highly Unlikely

185
14%

86
12%

100
15%

33
12%

55
15%

34
11%

29
13%

24c
19%

10
14%

13
11%

7
12%

8
15%

10
12%

14
15%

4
14%

31
15%

9
12%

2
32%

11
13%

41
13%

11
12%

4
7%

19ajk
22%

95
14%

56
13%

22
13%

12
13%

92
7%

43
6%

49
7%

16
6%

26
7%

27e
9%

14
6%

3
3%

5
7%

11b
9%

5b
9%

2
4%

7
7%

6
6%

4
14%

6
3%

6b
9%

1
17%

5
5%

23b
7%

5
6%

4
7%

6
7%

39
6%

33
8%

12
7%

8
9%

Net likely

884
65%

461
65%

423
64%

182
68%

234
63%

202
66%

144
65%

79
63%

43
61%

70
61%

32
57%

40
69%

59
65%

66
69%

16
56%

138
68%

42
57%

4
51%

62
70%

203
64%

66
71%

37
69%

50
59%

439
65%

274
64%

110
65%

61
66%

Net unlikely

389
29%

203
29%

187
28%

72
27%

109
30%

78
26%

63
29%

43
34%

23
32%

34
29%

19
34%

15
26%

25
28%

24
25%

8
30%

60
29%

25
34%

2
32%

22
25%

91
29%

21
23%

13
24%

29
34%

196
29%

123
29%

48
28%

23
25%

Ref/DK

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Page 15

Table 15
Q8 Do you support or oppose the division of the country?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

15
16%

7
25%

34el
36%

16e
30%

17
20%

172
26%

116
27%

33
20%

58

37

63

481d

305d

128d

Support

365
27%

204
29%

160
24%

Oppose

958

477

481a

DK/Ref

66
25%
194

119ad
32%
244

80
26%
222

46
21%
166b

35
28%

19
27%

30
27%

13
22%

17e
30%

24
27%

86

47

83

43

38

60

70%

68%

73%

72%

66%

72%

75%

68%

66%

72%

76%

67%

42
3%

25
4%

17
3%

9
4%

7
2%

6
2%

9
4%

5
4%

5bc
7%

2
1%

1
2%

2
3%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

78
gfbij
m
67%
81%
5d
6%

3
3%

19
66%
2
8%

54e
27%
137
67%
12dij
6%

20
27%
53

2
34%
5

28e
31%
61

86e
27%
223

44abc
48%
44

73%

66%

68%

70%

62%

69%

74%

71%

71%

76%

48%

-%

-%

1
1%

7
2%

1
1%

1
1%

5di
6%

21
3%

10
2%

8
5%

3
4%

Syria Public Opinion July 2015

Page 16

Table 16
Q8a Do you prefer this division to be complete similar to Iraqi Kurdistan, or federal departments, but one central government similar to the US system?
Base: All who support
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

360

199

161

105

99

64

40

33

19

30

13

17

23

16

52

20

28

86

34

15

16

171

114

32

43

Total

365

204

160

66

119

80

46

35

19

30

13

17

24

15

54

20

28

86

34

16

17

172

116

33

44

Full division
similar to those
found in the government
of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Federal autonomy
similar to those found
in the United States.
DK/Ref

144
39%

90
44%

54
34%

23
35%

40
33%

37
47%

21
45%

17
48%

6
32%

16
52%

4
32%

4
24%

9
35%

6
38%

4
58%

19
35%

7
36%

1
26%

10
34%

30
35%

22bj
64%

8
48%

6
34%

68
39%

37
32%

14
41%

26ab
58%

138
38%

71
35%

67
42%

27
41%

53
44%

25
31%

15
33%

12
33%

7
37%

8
27%

6
49%

9
50%

11
45%

6
41%

2
25%

21
39%

6
32%

2
74%

10
37%

39m
45%

7
21%

5
30%

6
35%

70d
41%

52d
45%

10
29%

7
16%

82
23%

43
21%

39
24%

16
24%

26
22%

17
22%

10
23%

6
18%

6
32%

6
20%

2
19%

5
26%

5
19%

3
21%

1
17%

14
26%

7
32%

-%

8
29%

18
21%

5
15%

3
22%

5
32%

34
20%

27
24%

10
29%

11
25%

95 percent as lower case or *

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Table 17
Q9 Do you prefer your life before the crisis or now?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

Before the
crisis was better

541

306b

235

109

142

113

90

51

36c

90dijkl 8

100dik

34dik

22dik 425bcd

37%

8%

26%

Prefer my life now

291

40%

21%
Neither

DK/Ref

477

43%
139
20%
230

36%
152
23%
247

40%

38%

37%

41%

40%

94
42
32
gfebd gfebd
dijmk
ijmkl
ijmkl
l
51%
82%
75%
55%

56

85

80d

36

22

12

21%

23%

26%

16%

18%

17%

5%

84

48

22

13

96

123

105

43dijkl 43dijkl 18
47%

45%

63%

44%

11%

17%

10%

11ah

15ah

22ah

33ah

19ah

23ah

4%

20%

17%

23%

7%

16%

26%

51%

26%

11

30ahg

27a

35%

33%

37%

36%

33%

34%

38%

38%

31%

12%

17%

19%

33%

28%

31%

56
4%

32
4%

25
4%

8
3%

20
6%

10
3%

12
5%

5
4%

1
1%

1
1%

2
4%

4al
6%

2
3%

4
4%

-%

95 percent as lower case or *

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73ahg 42
ahgfe
bjml
36%
58%
8
4%

4l
5%

31%

74ahb 24ahb 24
31
ahgfe ahgfe
bdijm
bj
23%
26%
46%
37%

52 129ahgem 26a
ahgfe
bjmkl
32%
58%
41%
28%
-%

5l
6%

15l
5%

8al
9%

22ahg 32ahg

63%
85
13%
143

77c

31bc

18%

5%

34%

113a

67ab

25a

26%

40%

28%

221ad

86ad

27

41%

37%

21%

51%

51%

30%

3l
6%

-%

20
3%

20
5%

9
5%

7a
8%

Syria Public Opinion July 2015

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Table 18
Q10 How concerned are you about the presence of armed, militant religious groups in Syria today?
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

Very concerned

533
39%

289
41%

244
37%

102
38%

159
43%

116
38%

88
40%

42
34%

27
38%

49k
43%

25k
45%

17
29%

34k
38%

36k
37%

15
52%

79k
39%

27k
37%

2
26%

39k
44%

129k
41%

43gk
46%

9
16%

29k
34%

294c
44%

164c
38%

31
18%

44c
48%

Somewhat concerned

439
32%

204
29%

234a
36%

87
32%

119
32%

98
32%

70
32%

39
31%

25
35%

35
31%

15
27%

22ik
38%

31
35%

33
34%

7
26%

70ik
35%

27ik
37%

3
41%

20
22%

107ik
34%

28
31%

11
20%

29
34%

208
31%

140
32%

53
31%

38
41%

Not too concerned

210

114

96

45f

47

55f

37f

21

16

11

13

13

45

14

19d

92d

59d

54abd

16%

15%

17%

13%

18%

17%

17%

7%

14%

16%

15%

13%

13%

15%

10%

17%

15%

14%

19
ahgfe
bdijm
15%
36%

23%

14%

14%

32%

85

68

29

41

27

25

19

12

10

10

19

11

11%

12%

10%

11%

11%

9%

11%

15%

17%

9%

11%

13%

11%

10%

30
2%

15
2%

15
2%

6
2%

5
1%

11d
4%

1
1%

4d
3%

2
3%

4
3%

1
1%

3im
5%

4
4%

15%
Not concerned at all

Dont know (DONT READ)

154

95 percent as lower case or *

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11

5ijm
5%

3
11%
3

30

17abjml 31

10%

9%

15%

17%

20%

10%

-%

5
3%

1
2%

-%

-%

5
1%

6%

14
ahfeb
jml
9%
26%

64

54d

31ad

7%

10%

13%

18%

5%

-%

2
2%

15
2%

13
3%

1
1%

-%

1
2%

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Table 19
Q11 Foreign fighters in our country.
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

9
16%

9
15%

13
14%

11
11%

4
15%

-%

9
10%

18
20%

9
17%

11
13%

96
14%

34
fbdij
mkl
60%

39dimkl 45
dijmk
l
43%
47%

14

15

12

24ik

352bcd

20%

-%

13%

12%

28%

52%

35ahg 37ahg

The presence of foreign


fighters is exaggerated
The presence of
foreign fighters with
the opposition made
the problem worse.

203
15%

497
36%

The presence of foreign


fighters with the regime
made the problem worse

DK/ref

593

99
14%

247
35%

314

104
16%

48c
18%

250

95

38%

279

35%

112

50
14%

136
37%

170

32
11%

113
37%

144

39c
18%

21
17%

12
17%

21
18%

80

43

30

36%

34%

69
32
fbdij
dijmk
mkl
l
42%
60%
56%

84

58

25

17

10

13

88
dijmk
l
48%
43%

43%

44%

42%

42%

46%

47%

38%

46%

35%

15%

18%

23%

39%

38%

33%

72
5%

46b
7%

26
4%

14
5%

14
4%

17
6%

18be
8%

3
3%

4
6%

7
6%

6m
11%

1
2%

4
4%

4
4%

1
4%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

25
12%

7
9%

80ahg 48
ahgfe
bj
39%
65%
11
5%

4
6%

63
ahgfe
bjl
74%
71%
2
26%

5
6%

59d
18%

102dimk 17
32%

18%

139ahg 55
36
ahgfe ahgfe
bj
bj
44%
59%
67%
17
5%

2
2%

2
4%

46ahgeb 193

68
16%

27
16%

12
13%

89

30

26c

21%

18%

28%

247a

103a

50a

53%

29%

57%

60%

55%

5
6%

32
5%

26
6%

11
6%

4
4%

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Table 20
Q12 (Summary table) - There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL?
Base: All respondents
STATEMENTS
Sectarian
congestion
that has
arisen in Syria
(a)

Wrong policies
pursued
by the Syrian
government
(b)

As a result
of widespread
sectarian
politics in the
Arab countries
and in Turkey
(c)

ISIL created
by foreign
countries to
find a balance
with Iran
(d)

ISIL is some
Arab regimes
manufacture
(e)

ISIL is
US foreign
manufacturer
(f)

Iran is
supporting this
organization
to weaken Iraq
and make it
subject to her
(g)

Syrian regime
made ISIL
for marking
the opposition
to terrorism
(h)

Unweighted row

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

Total

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

1365

Agree

118
9%

280a
21%

Somewhat agree

188
14%

316ag
23%

524abcdegh
38%

273a
20%

263a
19%

399abcgh
29%

594abcdegh
44%

264a
19%

306ag
22%
362cef
27%

297f
22%

354cef
26%

294f
22%

144
11%

411cdefh
30%

309cf
23%

250f
18%

304cf
22%

300cf
22%

86
6%

366bcdef
27%

27b
2%

11
1%

15
1%

22
2%

19
1%

17
1%

51abcdefh
4%

307
22%

597ag
44%

684abgh
50%

752abdgh
55%

1118abcdegh
82%

Disagree

367bcdef
27%

Net disagree

353abdgh
26%

385abgh
28%

665bcdefgh
49%

Net agree

299a
22%

342ag
25%

Somewhat disagree

DK

461abdegh
34%

1032bcdefgh
76%

448cdefh
33%

757cdef
55%

803abdegh
59%
547f
40%

95 percent as lower case or *

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659cef
48%

594f
44%

230
17%

405bcdef
30%
28bc
2%

537a
39%

569a
42%

777cdef
57%

768cdef
56%

Page 20

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Table 21
Q12a There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - Sectarian congestion that has arisen in Syria.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

Agree

118

70

48

19

10

10

13

9%

10%

7%

Somewhat agree

188
14%

89
13%

100
15%

Somewhat disagree

665

Disagree
DK
Net agree

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

47adf

30d

7%

13%

10%

5%

8%

3%

5%

2%

-%

6%

4%

4%

38f
14%

41
11%

50f
16%

39bf
18%

17
13%

4
6%

6
5%

2
4%

4
6%

12a
13%

10
10%

2
8%

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

-%
3
34%

195
28%

172
26%

78
29%

94
25%

78
26%

60
27%

36
29%

21
30%

31
27%

18
32%

16
28%

28
31%

28
29%

9
31%

48
24%

20
27%

2
31%

27
2%

16
2%

11
2%

6
2%

6
2%

7
2%

3
2%

3
3%

1
1%

-%

1
1%

1
2%

-%

2
2%

-%

7
3%

1
1%

-%

57f

88f

80f

50f

26f

11

21%

8%

10%

6%

6%

76%

75%

76%

21%

77%

24%
277
75%

26%
220
72%

22%
168
76%

95 percent as lower case or *

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96

61%

64%

50%

64
103
52
53
abcde bdijm bdijm bdijm
kl
kl
kl
76%
90%
90%
93%
92%

17hg
19%

52dim

86

367
27%

206

34dijml 37dijml 45dim

54

48%

22%

43ac

92

49%

500

60

318

46%

23%

108

89

49%

532

142

14ahg
19%

48%

1032

183

23
11%

Aleppo
(j)

50%

148

128

14
ahgfe
bi
6%
19%

Idlip
(i)

48%

22%
Net disagree

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

49%

159

328

Tartous
(h)

72
dijmk
l
61%
63%

307

336

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Control of the Region

Total

8%

113dijml 25

54%

57%

56%

34%

34%

35%

15%

73djmkl 80
dijmk
l
81%
83%

3
12%
25
88%

35hg

28
ahgfe
bj
17%
38%

162djmkl 44
79%

61%

31

10%

144

15%

13%

19ahgb 11ahg
20%
21%

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

49a

18a

14a

15%

6%

11%

11%

15%

14ah
16%

59
9%

78a
18%

32a
19%

19a
21%

68

33

25

35

45%

35%

46%

41%

59%

38%

40%

36%

31bjk
35%

78
25%

27
29%

9
17%

22
26%

171
25%

129
30%

41
24%

26
28%

-%

13a
4%

-%

1
2%

2
2%

6
1%

11a
3%

10ad
6%

-%

27ahgeb 83ahgeb 33
18
ahgfe ahgfe
b
b
34%
30%
26%
36%
34%

66%

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

33

DerZor
(l)

33hg 14ahgfeb 7ahge 13ahgeb 38

20ahgeb 50ah
22%
16%

16

14

7g

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

63
70%

222
70%

400bcd

27ahgeb 96
31%

60

34

57

64%

63%

66%

14%
571bcd
85%

163

127a
30%
292
68%

50a
30%
110
65%

33a
36%
58
64%

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Table 22
Q12b There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - Wrong policies pursued by the Syrian government.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

Agree

280

134

146

53

77

68

45

27

14a

18a

21%

19%

22%

20%

21%

22%

20%

22%

13%

7%

9%

9%

16%

19%

4%

Somewhat agree

316
23%

171
24%

145
22%

65
24%

93e
25%

75
24%

51
23%

20
16%

13
18%

12
10%

2
4%

8
14%

18h
20%

24ah
25%

4
15%

Somewhat disagree

448

237

210

85

97

80

42

25

33%
Disagree

DK
Net agree

309

158

32%
151

32%

32%

32%

36%

34%

64

78

63

46

35

23%

22%

23%

24%

21%

21%

21%

28%

11
1%

6
1%

6
1%

2
1%

4
1%

4
1%

-%

1
1%

119f

170f

143f

44%

46%

47%

597
44%

Net disagree

34%

119

757
55%

305
43%
396
56%

291
44%
361
55%

148
55%

197
53%

161
52%

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

54
ebdij
mk
35%
47%

1
1%

48

22

20

43%

38%

31%

17%

57%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

77
61%

43%

40
24
bdijm febdi
kl
jmkl
32%
35%
43%
1
1%

48abc

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

24dijk

23bc

96

126

Tartous
(h)

Control of the Region

Total

-%
7
13%

25dijk
44%

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

35dij
38%

19dimkl 24dil

31i

17

32%

61%

22di

43ahg 25
ahgfe
bml
21%
35%
39ah
19%
73dij
36%
48dil

24ahgb
32%
17

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

76ahg

18a

11a

17a

65

24%

19%

21%

20%

10%

35%

26%

25%

32ahgfb 82ah 31ahgfb 19ahgfb 21ah


36%
26%
33%
36%
25%

90
13%

141a
33%

51a
30%

35a
38%

84

44

20

20%

26%

22%

53

25

13

14%

14%

37
ahgfe
bjmkl
34%
41%
1
9%
3

12

23%

43%

14%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

79i

29i

25%

31%

75dil

16

32%

26%

23%

19%

24%

10%

15%

9%

24%

17%

-%

-%

2
2%

-%

1
1%

-%

-%

-%

4
1%

-%

14
24%

94
49
44
febdi febdi
ebdij
jmkl
jmkl
mkl
68%
82%
87%
76%

32ah

41ahg

35%

43%

19%

81ahg 49
ahgfe
bjl
40%
67%

58dijmk 53di

23

121dijk 24

65%

81%

59%

55%

33%

DerZor
(l)

12
23%
8
15%
2fbim
4%

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

36dijk 299bcd
42%
11

57%

23%

427

171

89

430

170

91

149ac

32%

12%

1
1%

1
*%

3
1%

69 158ahgfb 49ahgfb 30ahgfb 38ahg


ahgfe
bjmkl
43%
77%
50%
52%
57%
44%
20

218bcd

YPG
(d)

13%

44%

ISIS
(c)

155
23%

155di

44i

21i

47di

518bcd

49%

48%

39%

55%

77%

44a

7abd
4%

23a

-%

290ac

94a

58a

67%

55%

63%

69

33

40%

37%

137
32%

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Table 23
Q12c There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - As a result of widespread sectarian politics in the Arab countries and in Turkey.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region
65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

Agree

461
34%

260b
37%

201
31%

87
32%

115
31%

111
36%

77
35%

51
40%

20
28%

43m
37%

22m
39%

22
38%

33m
37%

32
34%

12
42%

78mk
38%

27
37%

2
32%

30
34%

100
32%

21
23%

13
24%

25
30%

253bc
38%

130
30%

50
29%

28
31%

Somewhat agree

342
25%

163
23%

179
27%

70
26%

97
26%

70
23%

60
27%

24
19%

21
30%

38di
33%

16d
28%

13
23%

23d
25%

22
23%

7
24%

51d
25%

9
13%

1
17%

17
19%

86d
27%

22
24%

17d
31%

20
24%

198bd
29%

87
20%

42
25%

15
17%

Somewhat disagree

297
22%

154
22%

143
22%

67
25%

81
22%

60
19%

42
19%

30
24%

18
25%

14
13%

15a
26%

13
23%

20
23%

20
21%

5
19%

40
20%

22a
30%

3
34%

20
23%

67a
21%

29abj
32%

10
20%

17
20%

126
19%

111ac
26%

31
18%

29ac
32%

Disagree

250
18%

122
17%

128
19%

43
16%

72
19%

62
20%

40
18%

20
16%

12
17%

19
17%

4
7%

9
16%

14
15%

19h
20%

4
15%

32
16%

15h
21%

1
17%

21h
23%

58h
18%

20h
21%

12h
23%

21h
24%

95
14%

96a
22%

40a
24%

19
20%

15
1%

8
1%

7
1%

2
1%

5
1%

5
2%

2
1%

1
1%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

2
2%

-%

2
1%

-%

-%

1
1%

7
2%

-%

1
2%

2
2%

2
*%

5
1%

38m

DK
Net agree

803
59%

60%

58%

58%

57%

59%

62%

60%

81
edijm
kl
58%
71%

Net disagree

547
40%

276
39%

271
41%

111
41%

153
41%

122
40%

82
37%

50
39%

30
42%

423

381

157

213

180

137

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

75

41

33
29%

35

56m

55

19

129dm

36

47

186

67%

61%

62%

57%

67%

63%

50%

49%

53%

59%

19
33%

23
39%

34
38%

40
41%

9
33%

72
36%

37ab
50%

4
51%

41a
46%

125
39%

46

451bcd

217

7abd
4%
92

-%

44

29

43

47%

55%

53%

67%

51%

54%

48%

49ahfbj 23
53%
43%

38a
45%

221
33%

207a
48%

71a
42%

48a
52%

Syria Public Opinion July 2015

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Table 24
Q12d There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - ISIL created by foreign countries to find a balance with Iran.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

Agree

299

143

156

60

73

60

54

31

21

21

50i
24%

Somewhat agree

385

22%

28%

20%
201
29%

28%

68
25%

28%

19%

24%

24%

87

68

36

23

28%

31%

29%

46
30
fdijm gfebd
l
ijmkl
32%
40%
52%

82

50

29

14

22%

23%

21

30

12

30%

24%

31%

41%

26ahg

23%

27%

29%

27%

22%

23%

20%

13%

10%

10%

28%

21%

17%

26%

161
25%

63
23%

78
21%

73
24%

47
21%

30
24%

13
18%

14
12%

3
5%

14h
24%

18h
20%

21h
22%

5
19%

33h
16%

22
2%

15
2%

7
1%

6
2%

8
2%

5
2%

2
1%

1
1%

-%

2
2%

-%

-%

2
3%

4
4%

-%

4
2%

44i

51i

49%

53%

50%
Net disagree

659
48%

49%
347
49%

52%
311
47%

47%
136
50%

48%
185
50%

147
48%
156
51%

122
55%

53%

83
48
38
febdi gfebd
fdijm
jmkl
ijmkl
kl
62%
73%
84%
66%

97

58

27

29

44%

46%

38%

25%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

67

44abc

20h

44ah

42ah

16%

34%

49%

44%

31%

29%

177

21

64ij

143
20%

128

25%

17

26%

340

15

22i

304
22%

344

107

18dijkl 20
dijmk
l
32%
36%

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Disagree

684

73

20%
103

37
dijmk
l
30%
32%

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

354

Net agree

150

22%

Tartous
(h)

Somewhat disagree

DK

204b

24%
184

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Control of the Region

Total

114
dijmk
l
64%
56%

36%

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

11

11

63

17

15

86ah
42%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

15%

-%

12%

20%

19%

12%

17%

18

17

75

21

14

21

24%

-%

19%

24%

23%

26%

25%

53ahg 22ahg

18

10

Idlip
(i)

31%

37
ahgeb
l
-%
41%

22ahb
7
30%
100%
-%

-%

98ahg 32ahge 15ahg


31%

24ahb 75ahb
27%
24%
1
1%

7
2%

35%

28%

21h
22%

16ahb
31%

1
1%

1
2%

19
22%

208bcd
31%
246bc
37%
114

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

58

21

11

14%

12%

12%

77

38

24

18%

22%

26%

169ac

42a

30a

17%

39%

24%

32%

30ahfbj 98
35%
14%

119a
28%

62ab
36%

26a
28%

6
1%

7ab
4%

1
1%

1
1%

29

28

138i

39

21

36

40%

-%

31%

43%

42%

39%

42%

8
1%
454bcd

136

67%

32%

61
173ahgb 53ahgb 31ahgb 49ahgb 211
ahgfe
bj
100%
68%
55%
57%
59%
57%
31%

288a

44ahgeb 7
60%

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

67%

59

35

35%

38%

103a
61%

55a
61%

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Table 25
Q12e There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - ISIL is some Arab regimes manufacture.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

26k
29%

26k
27%

7
23%

63kl
31%

19k
27%

23

28

11

61

17

Agree

353
26%

174
25%

179
27%

65
24%

Somewhat agree

399

223b

176

83

29%

32%

27%

31%

29%

29%

30%

26%

Somewhat disagree

294
22%

138
20%

156
24%

57
21%

71
19%

68
22%

54
24%

24
19%

Disagree

300
22%

160
23%

140
21%

59
22%

90
24%

66
21%

40
18%

19
1%

10
1%

8
1%

4
2%

5
1%

5
2%

3
2%

DK
Net agree

Net disagree

752

398

354

148

99
27%
106

204

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

89

674

430

170

91

16
18%

199c
29%

108c
25%

27
16%

20
21%

27

229bd

100

48

21

11
20%

90

66

33

22

22j

31%

44dijm 26
febdi
jm
38%
46%

38%

26%

30%

38%

30%

23%

17%

25%

25%

24%

28%

31%

34%

23%

28%

23%

19
27%

19
16%

13
24%

13
23%

24e
27%

14
15%

4
14%

45
22%

20e
28%

2
34%

14
16%

65
21%

23
25%

15
28%

22
26%

127
19%

109a
25%

35
20%

23
25%

30
24%

15
21%

19
17%

5
8%

11
20%

16
18%

25hb
26%

7
25%

32
16%

15h
21%

1
17%

20h
24%

114
17%

108a
25%

52a
31%

26a
29%

-%

1
1%

1
1%

-%

-%

-%

2
3%

-%

3
1%

1
2%

-%

1
1%

5
1%

5
1%

9ab
5%

1
1%

55%

56%

54%

55%

55%

55%

56%

57%

594
44%

298
42%

296
45%

116
43%

161
44%

134
44%

95
43%

54
43%

34
48%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

38
33%

124mk

36

22

171

12
21%

75
dijmk
l
51%
66%

79

427

31k
27%

36

22

30ahfb 76hb
33%
24%
-%
46

7
2%

38djmkl 33k

49k

55k

17

168k

68%

58%

55%

57%

61%

61%

50%

49%

51%

53%

18
32%

24
42%

41
45%

39
40%

11
39%

76
37%

36a
49%

4
51%

43a
49%

141a
45%

5
9%

YPG
(d)

14
20%

72

21k
22%

ISIS
(c)

39
31%

123

89k
28%

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

58
26%

24k
27%

DerZor
(l)

78
26%

168

2
32%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

15

26ahb 16ahb
28%
30%
1
1%

2fi
5%

43

20

43

428bcd

46%

38%

50%

63%

49ahb 31aheb 43ah


53%
58%
50%

241
36%

209

75

41

49%

44%

45%

216a
50%

87a
51%

50a
54%

Syria Public Opinion July 2015

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Table 26
Q12f There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - ISIL is US
foreign manufacturer.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

141
38%

117
38%

88
40%

49
39%

33
46%

49ik
43%

26ik
46%

19
33%

38
42%

36
37%

14
51%

83
41%

34ik
46%

164

134

95

55

28

55

23

30

44

36

12

86

29

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

26
29%

121
38%

33
36%

14
27%

28
32%

287bc
43%

152
35%

46
27%

39c
43%

128

37

24

33

294c

205c

60

34

46%

39%

44%

48%

35%

37%

4
8%

12d
14%

71
11%

37
9%

25b
15%

11
12%

28a

31abd

6a

Agree

524
38%

278
39%

245
37%

Somewhat agree

594

302

292

44%

43%

44%

44%

44%

44%

43%

44%

39%

48%

41%

53%

49%

38%

41%

42%

39%

Somewhat disagree

144
11%

77
11%

67
10%

33
12%

37
10%

34
11%

20
9%

17
13%

4
6%

8
7%

6
10%

3
5%

7
8%

15di
16%

2
6%

29d
14%

3
4%

1
17%

38

48

17

22

17

18

5fb

8afb

Disagree

86

DK
Net agree

119

3
41%
3

54
hebdj
ml
43%
60%

40%

39%

33
10%

15adi
16%

24afb

8afb

5%

7%

6%

6%

6%

8%

4%

8%

2%

2%

8%

1%

7%

2%

2%

10%

-%

4%

8%

17
1%

11
2%

6
1%

4
1%

7
2%

5
2%

1
1%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

2
3%

-%

1
1%

-%

-%

-%

11ab
3%

82%
230
17%

581
82%
115
16%

538
82%
115
17%

216

304

251

182

61

104ejmkl 49kl

50l

82ejmkl 72

26

169l

63l

80%

82%

82%

82%

82%

86%

91%

88%

86%

91%

92%

83%

85%

83%

80
ejmkl
89%

50

59

51

38

22

10

11

34

11

10

57af

18%

16%

17%

17%

18%

14%

12%

14%

8%

17%

15%

11%

18%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

104

9%

9%

75%
22afi
23%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

6
6%

6%

1118

Net disagree

97
36%

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Control of the Region

Total

17%

249
79%

9
ahfbi
j
9%
17%
-%

1
2%

DerZor
(l)

11ahfbi 20

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

3%

7%

18%

7%

1
1%

2
*%

8a
2%

7ad
4%

-%

581c

357c

86%

83%

91

65

13%

15%

39

61

75%

73%

71%

25%

ISIS
(c)

13%

70

23afi

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

13afi 24
ahfbd
ij
25%
28%

106
62%
56abd
33%

74c
81%
18
19%

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Table 27
Q12g There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - Iran is supporting this organization to weaken Iraq and make it subject to her.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

11h
18%

20h
22%

19h
19%

5
19%

34h
17%

23ahbj 2
32%
25%

19ahg

34a

13a

9%

7%

12%

17%

18%

23%

30%

22%

19%

69l

16

20

89

21

14

19

Agree

273
20%

142
20%

131
20%

52
19%

83
22%

68
22%

36
16%

21
17%

Somewhat agree

264

142

122

55

76

55

46

23

Somewhat disagree

411

19%

Disagree
DK

20%

19%

14
12%

21%

20%

18%

21%

18%

13%

81

96

91

70

44

28b

7%

30%

32%

28%

30%

26%

30%

32%

35%

366
27%

168
24%

198a
30%

71
26%

101
27%

81
26%

65
29%

30
24%

19
27%

36fi
31%

51
4%

30
4%

21
3%

10
4%

14
4%

12
4%

5
2%

7
6%

2
3%

5
4%

537

Net disagree

777

39%

57%

284
40%
392
55%

187

13
18%

52
gbdij
mkl
39%
45%

Net agree

224

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

253
38%
385
59%

107
40%
152
57%

159
43%
197
53%

123
40%
172
56%

82
37%
135
61%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

44

22

22

35%

31%

20%

74

47b

59%

Tartous
(h)

3
6%

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Total

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

14

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

67ah
21%

19h
20%

9
18%

18h
22%

84
13%

16a

89

27ahb
31%

29
ahgeb
dl
75%
33%

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

72ahg 28ahgeb 12ahg

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

21%

14%

31

32

34%

34%

29%

34%

22%

-%

22%

28%

23%

26%

22%

24fbijm 23fijm 16
43%
41%
18%

27i
28%

11
40%

57i
28%

20i
27%

-%

12
13%

74i
23%

22
23%

15i
28%

29fij
34%

5
5%

-%

9
5%

1
1%

-%

1
1%

14
4%

3
3%

3
6%

3
4%

24dijml 16
43%

-%
8
15%

88
48
febdi gfebd
jmkl
ijmkl
66%
77%
85%

29%

3
5%
15
26%

4
4%
39ahg

32ah

44%

34%

31%

40fdijm 47i

59im

19

62%

69%

69%

52%

68ah
34%

37ahgeb 7
50%

126dijm 36
62%

49%

57
140ahgb47ahgeb 21ah
ahgfe
bjkl
100%
63%
44%
50%
40%
-

32

163i

43

-%

35%

52%

46%

35ah

13%

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

140acd
33%
110a

29
17%

20a
21%

33a

32ac

26%

19%

35%

91

35

17

40%

21%

21%

18%

212b
31%

76
18%

58b
34%

21
23%

21
3%

12
3%

16abd
9%

2
2%

267bcd

174

41%

26%

29i

48i

479bcd

54%

56%

71%

250ac
58%
167
39%

61a
36%
93bd
55%

52ac
57%
38
41%

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Table 28
Q12h There are many reasons around to explain the presence of ISIL in Iraq/Syria, please tell me if strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree,
or a strongly disagree for the reason that explains the presence of ISIL? - Syrian regime made ISIL for marking the opposition to terrorism.
Base: All respondents
Gender

Age

Region

Male
(a)

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

Agree

263

133

130

14a

12

19%

19%

Somewhat agree

306
22%

151
21%

Somewhat disagree

362

193

169

27%
Disagree

DK
Net agree

405

215

20%

18%

22%

21%

18%

18%

6%

6%

5%

11%

16%

13%

7%

155
24%

60
22%

79
21%

73
24%

51
23%

25
20%

17
24%

16
14%

4
7%

5
8%

15
17%

23ahg
24%

2
9%

37h
18%

73

95

67

60

42c

25c

27%

26%

22%

27%

34%

45
dijmk
l
35%
39%

90

70

34

24

81

107

30%

30%

29%

30%

29%

29%

32%

27%

34%

14
2%

14
2%

6
2%

8
2%

11d
4%

1
1%

1
1%

1
1%

569

768
56%

284
40%
409
58%

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

27
ahgfe
bjkl
22%
37%

190

23f

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

81f

26%

39f

Tartous
(h)

50f

28
2%

42%
Net disagree

27%

66f

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Control of the Region

Total

285
43%
359
55%

110
41%
153
57%

160f

139f

43%

45%

202
55%

157
51%

44dijm 27
27
ebdij
ebdij
m
m
38%
48%
47%

30i

26i

33%

27%

1
1%

3
3%

21

23

41%

39%

30%

20%

59%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

61%

49bc

31dil
32%

49

76

30dil
33%

3
2%

37%

19dil
34%

90

130

21diml

1
2%
7
12%

-%
11
20%

89
48
46
ebdij febdi
ebdij
mkl
jmkl
mkl
69%
78%
85%
80%

13
45%

46ah

59dil

22ahgfb
31%
7

Aleppo
(j)

89

318

92

54

86

678

89

317

93

53

86

674

66ah

22ah

8a

12

64

21%

23%

16%

14%

10%

34%

15%

30%

26ahgfb 92
30%
14%

131a
31%

52a
30%

31a
34%

68

33

12

16%

20%

13%

77

52b

19

34
ahgfe
bjmkl
43%
38%
-%
2

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

32ahgfb 83ahgb 28ahgfb 13hg


36%
26%
30%
25%

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

11

78di

19d

12d

15

249bcd

13%

25%

21%

22%

17%

37%

77i

23i

18i

32ij

257bd

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

427

171

89

430

170

91

145ac

26a

28ac

29%

9%

23%

59i

17i

40%

29%

24%

34%

12%

24%

25%

35%

37%

38%

18%

31%

21%

-%

2
1%

-%

-%

2
2%

13b
4%

1
1%

1
2%

2
2%

11
2%

9
2%

7a
4%

1
1%

276ac

77a

59ac

64%

46%

65%

11

30ah

36ahg

33%

37%

15%

83ahg 49
ahgfe
bjkl
41%
67%

60dijm 57dim

24

118dijm 24

67%

85%

60%

Idlip
(i)

58%

33%

10

66
ahgfe
bjmkl
43%
74%
4
57%

22
24%

148ahgf 50
ahgfe
b
47%
53%

22ahg 37ahg

156

41%

43%

23%

156di

42i

30di

47di

506bcd

49%

45%

57%

54%

75%

145
34%

85bd
50%

31
34%

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Table 29
Gender.
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

28
38%

45
49%

28
53%

37
43%

348
52%

227
53%

86
51%

45
49%

48i
51%

25
47%

49i
57%

326
48%

203
47%

84
49%

46
51%

Male

707
52%

707b
100%

-%

131
49%

194
52%

173f
56%

113
51%

65
52%

30
42%

63d
55%

27
48%

27
47%

49d
54%

51
53%

16
58%

108d
53%

Female

658
48%

-%

658a
100%

138
51%

177
48%

134
44%

108
49%

60
48%

41c
58%

51
45%

29
52%

31i
53%

41
46%

45
47%

12
42%

95
47%

95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

4
51%

45afbij 4
62%
49%

57gdml 166d
64%
52%
32
36%

151
48%

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Table 30
Age.
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

Under 18

-%

-%

-%

18-24

269
20%

131
19%

138
21%

25-34

370

194

177

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

269bcdef
100%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

26
22%

9
17%

11
19%

18
20%

20
21%

5
18%

33
16%

15
21%

3
35%

18
20%

65
20%

17
18%

11
21%

18
21%

136
20%

82
19%

36
21%

15
17%

30

13

12

49

14

18

97

31di

12

26

182

48

30

-%

-%

-%

-%

26%

-%

-%

-%

-%

370acdef

27%

27%

27%

-%

100%

35-44

307
23%

173
24%

134
20%

-%

-%

307abdef
100%

45-54

221
16%

113
16%

108
16%

-%

-%

-%

221abcef
100%

55-64

126
9%

65
9%

60
9%

-%

-%

-%

-%

126abcdf
100%

71
5%

30
4%

41
6%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

65+
95 percent as lower case or *

Conducted by ORB International www.orb-international.com

24

23%

35
gebdi
k
21%
39%

25%

21%

24%

20%

17%

20%

31%

34%

23%

31%

27%

26%

28%

33%

26
23%

9
15%

14
24%

16
18%

22
23%

6
22%

54
26%

16
22%

2
34%

26
29%

63
20%

19
20%

12
23%

21
25%

134
20%

112a
26%

39
23%

22
25%

-%

16
14%

13
23%

14f
24%

10
12%

15
16%

6
20%

30
15%

16
22%

-%

15
17%

54
17%

13
14%

8
15%

12
13%

118
17%

65
15%

29
17%

10
11%

-%

12
10%

5
9%

6
11%

6
7%

10
10%

2
8%

25
12%

7
10%

1
15%

11
12%

23
7%

6
7%

5
10%

5
6%

61
9%

45
11%

13
7%

6
7%

1
2%

4
4%

5
5%

3
11%

12
6%

4
5%

-%

2
2%

14
4%

7
8%

4
8%

3
4%

43b
6%

15
3%

6
4%

7
8%

71abcde 5
100%
4%

7gijl
12%

111

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Table 31
Syria regions.
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

115

63

51

26

30

26

16

12

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

17%

-%

-%

-%

120cd

77cd

18%

4%

-%

-%

-%

-%

Damascus

8%
Damascus Rural

203

9%
108

8%

10%

8%

9%

7%

9%

115
hgfeb
dijmkl
7%
100%

95

33

49

54

30

25a

12

15%

15%

14%

12%

13%

17%

14%

20%

17%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

Sewedaa

28
2%

16
2%

12
2%

5
2%

6
2%

6
2%

6
3%

2
2%

3
4%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

Daraa

73

28

45a

-%

Homs

96

5%

4%
51

7%
Hama

90

Latakia

58

7%
49

7%

7%
27

4%
Tartous

56

Idlip

89

4%
27

4%

4%
57b

7%
Aleppo

Raqua

317

8%
166

7%
45
7%
41
6%
31
5%
29
4%
32
5%
151

15
6%
20
7%
18
7%
11
4%
9
4%
18

14
4%
24
6%
35
9%
12
3%
13
4%

5%
22
7%
16
5%
14
4%
9
3%

5%
14
6%
13
6%

-%

-%

-%

8%

7%

-%

-%

-%

5%

6%

-%

-%

5%

1%

-%

7abc

4%

10%

18%
28bcd
4%

-%

73
ahgfe
bijmkl
-%
100%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

56
agfeb
dijmkl
-%
100%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

24%

18%

20%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

4%

4%

6%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

26%

21%

53

28

25

11

12

12

4%

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3%

4%

8%

-%
-%

14

7%

11

90
ahgeb
dijmkl
-%
100%

58
ahfeb
dijmkl
-%
100%

96
ahgfb
dijmkl
-%
100%

-%
-%

23

24%

15

-%
-

-%
-%

54

9%

23%

4%

10

6%
5

-%
-%

63

24%

4%

7%

6%
10

-%
-%

97

23%

4%

7%
15

-%
-%

-%

65

5%

26

16

-%
-%

28
100%

89
ahgfe
bdjmkl
-%
100%

7%

18

16

203
ahgfe
dijmkl
-%
100%

3%

115bcd

16c
2%
52bd
8%
76bcd
11%

57acd
13%
15
4%
14c

-%

-%
-

7%

2%

4%

-%

56bcd

-%

-%

-%

8%

-%

84acd

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

53
ahgfe
bdijml
-%
100%

-%

-%

3%

-%

317
ahgfe
bdimkl
-%
100%

17%

-%
-

44bd

-%
29abd

-%
118

20%
154acd

-%
5a
3%

-%
-%

29

16

18%

36%

17%

17%

49abd

4ab

-%

-%

-%

29%

4%

Syria Public Opinion July 2015

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Table 31 (continuation)
Syria regions.
Base: All respondents
Gender
Total

Male
(a)

Age

Female
(b)

18-24
(a)

25-34
(b)

35-44
(c)

Region

45-54
(d)

55-64
(e)

65+ Dama(f)
scus
(a)

Tartous
(h)

Lata- Hama
kia
(f)
(g)

Control of the Region

Homs Sewe- Dama- Daraa


Al
(e)
daa
scus
(d) Qune(c)
Rural
itra
(b)
(n)

Idlip
(i)

Aleppo
(j)

Al Raqua
Hasa(k)
keh
(m)

DerZor
(l)

Gover- Opposnment
ition
(a)
(b)

ISIS
(c)

YPG
(d)

Unweighted row

1365

699

666

428

308

247

192

119

71

117

56

57

90

97

28

199

74

89

318

92

54

86

678

427

171

89

Total

1365

707

658

269

370

307

221

126

71

115

56

58

90

96

28

203

73

89

317

93

53

86

674

430

170

91

86

37

49

18

26

21

12

26

4%

4%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

86
ahgfe
bdijmk
-%
100%

21

-%

-%

-%

-%

DerZor

6%
Al Hasakeh

Al Quneitra

93

5%
45

7%
48

7%
17

7%
31

7%
19

5%
13

7%

6%

7%

6%

8%

6%

6%

5%

10%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

93
ahgfe
bdijkl
-%
100%

7
1%

4
1%

4
1%

3
1%

1
*%

2
1%

-%

1
1%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

-%

7
100%

-%

-%

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-%

36ab

15ab

21%

17%

57abc

3%

2%

4%

62%

-%

7a
2%

-%

-%

4%

2%