Derasat has recently conducted a survey study, that included important factors of the shift imposed by the Corona pandemic on performing functional tasks.
The Surveys & Polling Directorate conducted an Opinion Poll with regards to rental prices of residential and commercial properties in Bahrain, with the aim of getting to know the opinions of tenants, to collect information on rental prices, and to investigate whether prices are reasonable or not.
Coinciding with summer, and the effect of heat on the consumption of electricity and water, and in support of the Electricity and Water Authority (EWA)’s conservation efforts, came the idea of surveying malpractices in usage patterns and measuring societal awareness to maintain a reasonable use of utilities.
Surveying preferred travel destinations according to the Bahraini society is quite important in revealing cultural and social attitudes, and identifying potential effects resulting from exposure to other peoples. Travel destinations are also tied to an economic dimension in the indirect export of financial flow outside the Kingdom. The resulting research can supplement those in planning and development to identify priority facilities to be added to the map of tourism assets in Bahrain for the benefit of domestic tourism, by enhancing the advantages of domestic tourism products and enriching their plans.
The survey helps identify chances for negative social media uses, aimed at spreading misleading or fake news, as well as news and intellectual materials that feed negative phenomena and trends, especially inducing sedition and sectarian strife…
Derasat surveyed the Bahraini society for their take on the current Iran-US crisis, to identify what they perceived as reflections of the current regional tensions within the wider context of the conflict between Tehran and Washington, now entering its fifth decade. The aim was to measure their expectations of how the crisis might further develop and how close were they following it.
In light of the relentless efforts the Kingdom of Bahrain is witnessing, in the wait for the new Journalism and e-Media Law to be ratified soon and replace Law 47/2002 that organizes journalism, printing and publishing, the Kingdom continues to maintain its approach in raising the level of freedom of expression, and emphasizing the important role entrusted to journalists to safeguard the freedom of journalism and integrity of the word.
This study relied on Derasat’s belief in the importance of raising the level of awareness and prevention of cancer; providing support and assistance for the effective and preventive countering of the disease; and ensuring Bahraini families receive the healthcare they need.