Middle East Scholar Barometer #2 (August 26-September 9, 2021)
Survey Methodology: This survey was carried out August 26-September 09, 2021, online using the University of Maryland’s Qualtrics platform. The poll was distributed to 1290 recipients resulting in 557 responses. Recipients included those who are members of the Middle East and North Africa section of the American Political Science Association (APSA), the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), and other relevant contacts of the Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS) at George Washington University. The poll was conducted using an anonymous link sent out via email, which did not collect any identifiable information about the respondents. The poll was designed using the University of Maryland’s Qualtrics platform, which generated the anonymous link that was sent out, and the data from the responses were also collected on this platform.
“Academic experts believe that Middle East politics are actually getting worse,” Washington Post Monkey Cage, September 17, 2021 (Cross-posted here: “Academic experts believe that Middle East politics are actually getting worse,” Brookings Institution Order from Chaos, September 20, 2021).