By Kim Smouter-Umans
In a lot of countries, the months of July and August are synonymous with so-called Government recesses. Similar to schools, Governments go on a break and the task of legislation is put on pause as legislators run to find the nearest beaches for some rest and relaxation.
Perhaps not as much as you think
By Kathy Frankovic
ESOMAR and WAPOR (the World Association for Public Opinion Research) launched the sixth study last year to examine the limitations on the publications of election polls near election day. The first study was in 1984. Which countries set limits on the public’s right to know, and which do not?