Serbians wouldn't go to war for Kosovo - poll

A majority of citizens in Serbia wouldn't go to war to claim back Kosovo, shows a survey conducted by the Serbian nongovernmental organisation "Belgrade Centre for Security Policy".

75 pct of LGBTI workers experience discrimination or abuse

The findings of a project survey on LGBTI equality in the workplace show that as many as 75.1% of 435 Croatian LGBTI respondents have experienced some form of discrimination, harassment and/or abuse, with 61% exposed to homophobic comments and 8% suffering sextortion or rape.

Survey shows majority of Montenegrins for EU accession

Over two-thirds of Montenegrin citizens would vote for their country's European Union accession were a referendum on it held today, according to a survey presented in Podgorica on Tuesday.

71% of Croatians visited their GP in one year

The results of a European Health Survey for 2014-2015, which examines the health of citizens, indicate that in the past 12 months 71% of Croatian citizens visited their general practitioner, 46.9% visited a specialist, 44.3% visited their dentist and 10.6% were hospitalised, the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ) has said presenting the findings.

Slovenians optimistic about 2017, think country stagnating though

Slovenians are a little more optimistic about the coming year than they have been in the past, however, the majority of  them believe that the country is stagnating or not going in the right direction, a traditional New Year opinion poll, published on Tuesday by the Ljubljana-based Delo daily, has indicated.

2/5 Croats to spend winter holiday abroad - MasterIndex

Croatians travel more often for pleasure than for business, and two thirds of journeys are made within Croatia, while 39% of respondents, covered by a MasterIndex survey conducted by the Mastercard multinational financial services corporation, say they intend to spend the winter holidays abroad.

Number of Montenegro's NATO accession supporters and opponents equal

The margin between supporters and opponents of Montenegro's accession to NATO is extremely narrow, according to results of a survey conducted by the Podgorica-based Centre for Democracy whose acronym is CEDEM.

Media Clientelism Index - Croatia's position deteriorates

The results of the second survey of Media Clientelism Index (MCI), presented on Thursday, show that Croatia's position has deteriorated, and what is particularly worrying is the situation regarding the institutional framework regulating the work of the media, namely its exposure to clientelistic practice, pressure, politicisation and unfair influence.

Every other Croat considers tax reform unjust - survey

More than half the respondents in a survey, conducted by the MojPosao web site, consider the tax reform unfair because it benefits those with high salaries, while only 13% consider the reform to be fair because people with the lowest incomes pay the lowest tax rate or are exempt of taxes.

As many as 81% of students financed by parents, survey shows

A survey covering more than 400 university students, most of them under the age of 25, shows that as many as 81% of them are financed by their parents.

Croatians save 432 kuna monthly, 20 kuna less than last year

Eighty percent of Croatians are aware of the importance of saving, and they put aside an average of 432 kuna (57.6 euros) per month, which is 20 kuna (2.6 euros) less than last year, according to a survey carried out by IMAS agency.

Payment practices in Croatia similar to those in Western Europe - survey

Croatian customers settle their payments in 36 days on average, which is six days less than last year and corresponds to the European average, according to the results of the survey "European Payment Practices 2016" presented in Zagreb on Tuesday.

Operations of most Croatian companies facilitated by EU accession, shows survey

The survey shows that 60% of the surveyed companies do business in the EU market, 20% do not do business there but plan to, while 20% do not do business in the EU market and do not intend to due to the nature of their business.

Survey shows Croatia seen as Serbia's enemy no. 1

Croatia is Serbia's enemy number one, according to the findings of a survey published on Thursday which show that a majority of young Serbs are for stopping accession to the European Union, while two-thirds of older respondents support European integration.

Croatia ranks high according to Social Progress Index

Croatia is ranked 33rd of the 133 countries according to the Social Progress Index (SPI), published by the U.S. non-profit organisation Social Progress Imperative in cooperation with the international audit, consulting and advisory company Deloitte.

Survey: Many Europeans fear more terrorism after wave of refugees

Many Europeans fear the refugee crisis will increase the likelihood of terrorism in their country, according to a recent survey.

Croatian pupils unhappy with body weight, survey shows

Croatian school-age children are dissatisfied with their body weight and are also insufficiently informed about proper diet and necessary physical activity, according to the findings of a project conducted by the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ) among 4,200 children in 89 primary schools throughout Croatia.

Croats happy with personal life, unhappy with state of affairs in society

A majority of Croatians consider the overall situation in the country worrying, however, they are satisfied with their personal lives, according to a survey conducted by the Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar.

MasterCard: Most Croatians will spend summer on the Adriatic

Croatian citizens travel more for leisure less for business purposes and mostly travel within the country and a Masterindex survey conducted by MasterCard indicates that 58% of those surveyed plan to spend their summer holiday in Croatia.

One in five Serbians believes EU will fall apart after Brexit

One in five Serbians believes the EU will fall apart after Great Britain's exit, shows a survey conducted by the Belgrade-based Faktor Plus agency.

Montenegrins in favour of NATO membership - survey

A total of 77.5% of Montenegrins are confident that their country will soon join NATO and 46.6% support that process, a survey shows.

Croatians prefer domestic products to imported goods - survey

Croatians prefer domestic products to imported goods when shopping in retail chains, and are disinclined to change products they are accustomed to using, an online survey conducted by the MSA Adria market research agency shows.

40% of men, 30% women earn more than their partners

While 40 percent of men live with partners who have a lower salary, 30% of women earn more than their partners, show the the results of a survey conducted by by the MojPosao job search site.

Every other general practitioner considering leaving Croatia

According to the survey, 27% of those respondents have between 1,700-2,000 patients registered in their general practices, and 23% of them have more then 2,000 clients.  

Survey shows 51% of respondents in favour of compulsory military service

The respondents who support the re-introduction of compulsory military service (51%) believe than young people lack self-discipline and work ethic and that military service is a good type of education and needed by most men.

EY: Croatia 16th in business bribery, corruption ranking

A survey by Ernst & Young (EY) about corruption, bribery and fraud in the business world ranks Croatia 16th on a list of 62 countries.

One in four Croatian companies affected by economic crime

Martina Butkovic of PwC said that this was the first survey of the kind in Croatia, conducted in 2014 and 2015 and covering 47 companies, of which some 80% were private. PwC's global survey covered 6,300 companies in 115 countries.

German-Croatian Chamber of Industry optimistic about Croatia

Members of the German-Croatian Chamber of Industry and Trade are more optimistic than last year about the prospects of the Croatian economy in 2016, according to the results of a survey presented in Zagreb on Tuesday.

Further education important, employers investing too little for this - survey

More than 60% of job seekers attended further education and 25% consider that their education helped them in conducting their duties on the job. One-quarter said that education partially helped them and 31% said that it didn't impact their work positively.

GEM survey shows Croats often start businesses out of necessity

National Competitiveness Council president Ivica Mudrinic said entrepreneurship was not accepted in Croatia to the extent that it encouraged starting a business.

Three in five young doctors consider working abroad - survey

As many as 60 percent of Croatian medical doctors aged up to 40 years are considering leaving Croatia and more than 90 percent believe they are worse off than their colleagues in the European Union, a survey shows.

Croatian women earn 10% less than men, survey shows

In Croatia, women have nearly 10 percent lower wages than men because they earn 5,028 kuna monthly on average, while men earn 5,521 kuna, a survey by the MojPosao job search website shows.

More than 70% of students want to work abroad

As many as 70.8% of 716 students covered by a recent survey said they would try to find a job outside Croatia because they believed that abroad their chances of having a good life were greater.

Survey unemployment rate in Q4 2015 16.1%

Croatia's survey unemployment rate in Q4 2015 was 16.1%, which is 2.2 percentage points less than in the same quarter of 2014, when the rate stood at 18.3%, shows the latest labour force survey by the national statistical office (DZS).

Croatia among most corrupt EU countries

Croatia is the European Union member with the highest level of corruption in public procurement and, along with Romania and Bulgaria, it ranks among the most corrupt countries of the EU, a survey commissioned by the European Parliament and carried out by the non-profit RAND Europe institutes shows.

Croatian pupils more prone to risk behaviour than their foreign peers

Croatia has regularly participated in the survey since 2002, and the latest one was carried out in 2014, covering 5,741 pupils aged 11, 13 and 15.

Service sector workers in Istria most helpful in all of Croatia

Presenting the survey, conducted recently by the Heraklea agency specialising in service quality assessment, Zeljka Bakmaz said that workers in Istria had proven to be the most helpful Croatian workers in the restaurant, financial and retail sales sectors.

Croats not so bad at financial literacy as they seem to be

The conference on Croatia's financial literacy and role of insurers was held as an introduction to a series of events marking Global and European Money Week to be held from 14 to 18 March.

Vienna nicest city to live in, Zagreb ranks 98th

The Austrian capital of Vienna again won the title as the highest ranked city in the Quality of Living Survey conducted by Mercer, the New York-headquartered human resources consulting firm, while the Croatian capital of Zagreb ranks 98th on a list of 230 cities.

Businesses expect higher economic growth in 2016

Croatian business people hope for higher economic growth this year, a survey conducted by the Privredni Vjesnik business newspaper shows.

Zagreb residents pretty happy with quality of life - survey

Residents of the Croatian capital of Zagreb are among those who are mainly satisfied with various aspects of urban life in their city, according to findings of Eurobarometer's survey on quality of life in cities across Europe.

Survey shows financial literacy in Croatia average

Financial literacy in Croatia is average, but a bigger problem than that is the discrepancy between financial literacy and financial behaviour, shows a survey published on Thursday.

One in 3 businessmen don't think about business's future after retiring

This is the first survey of this kind, its author Mirela Alpeza, director of the Centre for Small and Medium Business Policies and Development, said while presenting the findings.