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Attitudes towards political actors and the political crisis 51% believe that President Abbas is doing a good job. 23% believe that he is doing a very bad job. 52% believe Prime Minister Hanniya is doing a good job, while 27% believe he is doing a very bad job. (...) Only 9% believe strongly that there will be a civil war within the Palestinian community, while another 24% believe that this may happen. (...) While 82% of the respondents believe all military force against Israel should cease immediately, 84% still believe the military force is legitimate under the current circumstances. 21% believe that the release of the soldier Shalit will end the Israeli incursions into Gaza.
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Score: 577993.16 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-193817/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article A secret group of powerful people control the world ‒ 61% of Montenegrin citizens believe this Citizens who believe that a secret group of powerful people control the world are also more likely, percentagewise, to believe in coronavirus conspiracy theories UNICEF Montenegro UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2018 Available in: Crnogorski English Shqip 20 August 2021 PODGORICA, 15 AUGUST 2021 – A survey conducted by the Ipsos Research Agency, in March this year, showed that a large percentage of citizens who believed in a secret group of powerful people controlling the world also believed in a variety of coronavirus conspiracy theories. (...) Three-fifths (61%) of Montenegrin citizens believe that there is a secret group of powerful people who control developments in the world. An international survey, conducted in August 2020 in the 25 largest countries in the world, found that the lowest numbers of citizens believing in such a conspiracy theory were in Japan (19%), Denmark (20%) and Sweden (23%), while the highest numbers believing in this were recorded in Nigeria (78%) and South Africa (68%).
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Score: 576673.05 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...1-montenegrin-citizens-believe
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When it comes to EU members, the countries with the highest share of the population believing in this conspiracy theory are Greece (39%) and France (38%), while in the US one-third of respondents (33%) believe in it. (...) This is observed in the Montenegrin research findings as well: people who believe in a conspiracy theory regarding the global concealment of information about the harmful effects of vaccines from the public so that ‘big pharma’ can make a profit is more often believed by those who see the world as a hostile and dangerous place and who believe that people who do not share their political views are evil – these are more often citizens who generally have less trust in the world and in people in general, as well as those with a lower culture of dialogue. (...) The research in Montenegro has shown that those who believe in vaccine-related conspiracy theories are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories about coronavirus.
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Score: 575364.4 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...ent-information-about-vaccines
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• Over half respondents said “to improve their economic situation” • Respondents from Africa mentioned economic reasons over other reasons by a much higher rate than other respondents • “To escape from violence” was the reason cited over 50% in South America Moving from one country to another is… • Half of respondents believed it was a dangerous process • Almost one third of respondents believed it was a safe process • In Latin America, respondents chose this option between 78-96% of the time Which is the hardest that children endure when moving • Fifty-six percent believe “violence, abuse and exploitation” • The rest were evenly split between sexual violence and dangers from their surroundings When large groups of children arrive to another country • Was very evenly split: 42% believe they contribute to society, 42% believe they create problems and 16% said they made no difference • No regional trends identified Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children and UNICEF U-Report Opinion Poll on Children and Young People’s Perception of Children on the Move – migrant and refugee children When migrant or refugee children arrive to another country, you think they … • Similar to the previous question, 36% believe they are protected and integrated into society and 41% believe they are exploited or abused. All African countries but one showed a higher percentage than the average. • Seventeen percent believe children are deported What do you believe are the most important issues migrant and refugee children face? • Over one third believe the main issue is accessing services, followed by discrimination, housing What should governments do to protect migrant and refugee children… • Over half of respondents believe that governments should improve living conditions in the countries of origin • One third believe governments should provide support during transit • Only two percent believe they should be deported.
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Score: 570462.4 - https://violenceagainstchildre...s/other_documents/u_report.pdf
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Furthermore, those who do not believe science, but believe in supernatural, paranormal phenomena that remain unexplained by today’s science, tend to believe vaccine conspiracy theories more often. (...) Data indicating that people who believe vaccine conspiracy theories also largely tend to believe coronavirus conspiracy theories and say that they would not get vaccinated against coronavirus illustrate that vaccine doubts are related to the behaviour of citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. (...) This has also been demonstrated by the Montenegrin survey: a larger percentage of people who believe in conspiracy theories about vaccines believe that the government is interfering too much in people’s daily lives and that it should stop telling people how to live their lives.
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Score: 568362.7 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...es-vaccine-conspiracy-theories
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While 31 percent of adults in Montenegro believe this conspiracy theory, far fewer young people – 17 percent – share this belief. (...) While 35 percent of Montenegrin citizens believe this conspiracy, this is the case with 20 percent of young people aged 18–29 years. (...) Namely, while 33 percent, that is, one-third, of the citizens of Montenegro, are not sure whether to believe conspiracy theories on COVID-19, the share of young people who neither believe nor disbelieve conspiracy theories about coronavirus stands at 45 percent.
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Score: 566538.57 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...ess-other-montenegrin-citizens
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Media literacy campaign's news and stories Media literacy Available in: Crnogorski English Article 08/31/2021 The voices of young people need to be heard in the media Through media literacy of young people, towards better civic activism in the digital age Article 04/23/2021 Corona Party video for the end of the pandemic Watch an animated video for the song Corona Party by UNICEF Montenegro National Goodwill Ambassador Rambo Amadeus on the occasion of World Immunization Week Article 08/20/2021 A secret group of powerful people control the world? Citizens who believe that a secret group of powerful people control the world are also more likely to believe in coronavirus conspiracy theories Article 08/12/2021 Every fifth citizen believes vaccine conspiracy theories The survey indicates that trust in science, healthcare institutions and professionals is crucial to public health. Article 07/28/2021 One-third of the citizens believe that vaccines cause autism Almost one-third of the citizens of Montenegro believe that vaccines cause autism Article 07/21/2021 Who believes in conspiracy theories about the vaccines? 43% of Montenegro’s citizens believe in a global conspiracy theory regarding the concealment of information about the harmful effects of vaccines Article 07/12/2021 5G technology does not cause or spread coronavirus This conspiracy theory is more often believed by those who do not use the internet (47%) Article 06/19/2021 30% believe in conspiracy theories about coronavirus People who have been exposed to a lot of inaccurate information about the coronavirus are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories Article 06/11/2021 Video #DistanceHandsMask for the end of the pandemic UNICEF National Goodwill Ambassador to Montenegro, Rambo Amadeus and UNICEF young reporters made a video for the song #DistanceHandsMask Article 04/06/2021 Wadada News Montenegro, TV news for kids, available again After a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the TV news programme prepared by young UNICEF reporters and TVCG Children’s Desk starts up again Article 01/14/2021 Citizens choose what they watch Citizens more likely to talk about it to their children Article 05/13/2020 Media literacy as a long-term response to disinformation There are many things that are unknown during the COVID-19 crisis, which has resulted in the spread of a large amount of disinformation and fake news Prev 1 1 2 3 Next Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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This conspiracy theory is more often believed by parents who do not trust their child’s doctor and who say that if they had a baby today, they would not want him/her to receive the MMR vaccine. (...) Such citizens usually believe in conspiracy theories about coronavirus and report that they themselves would not get vaccinated against coronavirus. (...) This research also shows that conspiracy theories are more often believed by people with a hostile attitude towards those who hold different opinions from them.
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Score: 563753.37 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...-believe-vaccines-cause-autism
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article One third of Montenegro’s citizens believe in conspiracy theories about coronavirus People who have been exposed to a lot of inaccurate information about the coronavirus are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories UNICEF Montenegro UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2018 Available in: Crnogorski English Shqip 19 June 2021 PODGORICA, 20 JUNE 2021 – One in three citizens of Montenegro believe in conspiracy theories about coronavirus. (...) The survey also showed that people who have been exposed to a lot of inaccurate information about the coronavirus are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories. In addition, those who say they were lucky if they managed to find the information they were looking for on this topic are more likely also to believe in disinformation on COVID-19. (...) Namely, a higher percentage of citizens who mostly communicate with like-minded people on the internet and of those who think that people who do not share their political opinions are evil believe in conspiracy theories about the coronavirus.
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Score: 559999.17 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...acy-theories-about-coronavirus
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Search results COVID-19 Available in: Crnogorski English Shqip Article 12/29/2021 Better mental health support to families during the pandemic UNICEF, the EU and the Association of Psychologists of Montenegro are calling for the national and local authorities to provide better mental health support Article 12/06/2021 The pandemic is a child-rights crisis Italian news portal Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa interviewed Juan Santander, UNICEF Montenegro Representative Article 10/04/2021 Young people less believe coronavirus conspiracy theories Young people aged 18–29 are less afraid of coronavirus, more engaged in fact-checking information and believe conspiracy theories on coronavirus less Article 09/09/2021 UNICEF: respect measures to keep schools open UNICEF calls upon national and local authorities, parents, teachers and students to ensure the respect of measures Article 09/09/2021 Immunization against coronavirus – an absolute priority Almost three-quarters of Montenegrin citizens believe that immunization against coronavirus should be a priority Article 08/20/2021 A secret group of powerful people control the world? Citizens who believe that a secret group of powerful people control the world are also more likely to believe in coronavirus conspiracy theories Article 08/12/2021 Every fifth citizen believes vaccine conspiracy theories The survey indicates that trust in science, healthcare institutions and professionals is crucial to public health. (...) 43% of Montenegro’s citizens believe in a global conspiracy theory regarding the concealment of information about the harmful effects of vaccines Prev 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 559794.3 - https://www.unicef.org/montenegro/en/topics/covid-19
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