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A survey by Charta Politika Indonesia shows that 43.3 percent of respondents do not believe the data on Covid-19 mitigation issued by the government.
A survey conducted on 3,763 Indonesians by Snapcart shows 59 percent respondents online shopping during the PSBB restriction.
A number of survey institutions have started observing potential candidates, including Prabowo, Ganjar, and Anies for the 2024 Presidential Election.
The latest survey report suggests the electability of Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo outperforms fellow Party member Puan Maharani.
Ministry of Manpower Circular Letter allows employers to pay religious allowance by installment and report their financial performance.
An LP3ES latest survey revealed that the public is now becoming more afraid to express opinions, gather, and create a union.
SMRC survey shows that only 46 percent respondents strongly agreed to get Covid-19 vaccine shots.
Jakarta Deputy Governor responds to a survey claiming that the capital city has the highest number of people rejecting Covid-19 vaccinations.
PDIP politician Bambang Wuryanto says the various presidential election surveys conducted by many pollsters today are not really important.
Travel-app PegiPegi conducted a survey about the year-end holidays and the behavior of Indonesians amid the pandemic.
Pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia reveals the survey report regarding the South Tangerang (Tangsel) mayoral election.
Public satisfaction with the performance of President Jokowi has shrunk compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey found.
A survey by the pollster IPO suggests that the public satisfaction level towards Presiden Jokowi and VP Ma'ruf Amin had dropped.
National Police (Mabes Polri) on Monday strongly denies police personnel are cracking down on those with different opinions.
A recent survey by pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia finds that people agree freedom of expression have declined.
The Central Statistics Agency's (BPS) survey revealed that 17 percent of respondents believed they would not be infected with COVID-19.
Pollster Polmatrix Indonesia claims the majority of the public are asking for the 2020 simultaneous regional elections (Pilkada) to be postponed.
A survey conducted by pollster Charta Politika found that 40 percent of Indonesians are skeptical about COVID-19 data presented by the government.
A joint survey by NTU social resilience lab and Lapor Covid19 claims Jakartans are not ready to enter the new normal.
A survey done by Arus Survei Indonesia (ASI) reveals that 67.4 percent of Indonesian people were satisfied with Jokowi-Ma'ruf's administration.