Only one fifth of the polled Kazakhstan residents hope for any help from the police in case they are attached by criminals.
Kazakhstan students in Beijing made a jocose poll among foreigners to find out the level of awareness about Kazakhstan in the world.
Respectful attitude of bosses and colleagues is most important for the polled Kazakhstan women.
58.5% of the respondents believe that “if athletes of different ethnic origins bring medals to Kazakhstan they are welcome to do so.”
Kazakhstan is in the top 3 of the most hard-hearted countries.
Kazakhstan HR company polled 2000 employees and found that 75% of the respondents add their colleagues to their Friends lists.
According to 31 percent of the polled representatives of Kazakhstan companies, their New Year staff party costs from 300 to 500 thousand tenge.
UNESCO poll shows that 70% of tourists don’t need any facilities and would prefer a camping ground to a hotel.
Kuwait stands at a crossroads as voters head to the polls on Saturday for a contest being boycotted by the opposition and with little hope of restoring stability.
36 percent of those who want to work until retirement (and after if they can) are confident that it is impossible to live on pension payments.
US polling stations opened, with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney locked in a tight presidential contest after a burst of last-minute campaigning.
The Institute of Political Solutions held a poll to find out how Kazakhstan residents view the city of Almaty.
HeadHunter company polled 4161 to find this out.
An average Kazakhstan woman is a successful employed woman with an education: expert.
Kazakhstan gymnast Anna Alyabyeva is in the Top-5 list of the most beautiful female athletes from the CIS (post soviet space).
HeadHunter has found out that the job applicants frequently overrate their professional knowledge, personal qualities and work experience.
61 percent of the polled Kazakhstan residents believe that Kazakhstan Olympic team shows excellent results.
A majority of the polled Kazakhstan residents believe that a university diploma is an essential document that guarantees a job.
According to the poll by HeadHunter, 47% of еру polled Kazakhstan employees sees themselves as work addicts.
840 families have been polled. People over 10 y.o. told how they spend work days and weekends.
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