Within the project “Towards efficiency judicial – enhancing the development of the legal professions in related to judiciary in Montenegro,” the Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) and Human Rights Action (HRA) have carried out public opinion poll regarding the perception of citizens about the efficiency of the judicial system of Montenegro and his body.
Research on the perception of the quality of work of the judicial system, particularly focused on the perception of the work of the prosecution in relation to the most vulnerable public processes in the last 2 years, and the perception of labor mediators, lawyers, public enforcement, court experts and notaries.
The survey was conducted on a representative sample of 1016 respondents. Data collection was conducted via CATI (Computer Aided Telephone survey). The research was conducted on a representative sample of the population that owns a fixed phone in the household. The survey was conducted by telephone. The average length of the questionnaire was about 20 minutes.
The target population for this research are Montenegrin citizens from 18 years and over. The sampling frame is based on census data from 2011 and the electronic telephone directory. Stratification sample is carried out at the municipality level, type of area, urbanity, age and genders. Data collection was conducted from 30th of January to 11th of February 2017.
The research is available HERE.