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18/07/2021

Rilis Survei LSI terkait Vaksin 18 Juli 2021

Temuan Survei LSI kali ini memotret Sikap Publik terhadap Vaksin dan Program Vaksin Pemerintah.

22/02/2021

Evaluasi Publik terhadap Kondisi Nasional dan Peta Awal Pemilu 2024

Bagaimanakah sentimen atau penilaian publik terhadap kondisi nasional saat ini? Juga bagaimanakah peta awal kompetisi politik menuju Pemilu 2024? Survei nasional yang dilakukan Lembaga Survei Indonesia (LSI) akhir Januari lalu dapat membantu kita memberikan gambaran terhadap sejumlah pertanyaan tersebut.

07/02/2021

Rilis LSI: Survei Pelaku Usaha dan Pemuka Opini 07 Februari 2021

Pada Desember 2020 hingga awal Januari 2021, Lembaga Survei Indonesia (LSI) melakukan survei kepada para pelaku usaha dan juga para pemuka opini tentang persepsi mereka atas korupsi. Survei ini juga menanyakan pengalaman para pelaku usaha dalam kaitannya dengan suap dan gratifikasi.

Lembaga Survei Indonesia (LSI) merilis hasil survei tersebut.

10/01/2021

Rilis LSI Survei Politik Uang 10 Januari 2021

Survei ini juga menanyakan praktik politik uang di wilayah yang menggelar Pilkada Serentak 9 Desember 2020 lalu serta kanal pengaduan apabila terjadi politik uang.

21/12/2020

Public Release 21 Desember 2020

Sebagai lanjutan dari Survei Nasional LSI tentang Tren Persepsi Korupsi di Masa Wabah COVID-19 yang telah dirilis pada 3 November 2020 lalu, kini LSI merilis temuan lanjutan dari survei tersebut.

06/12/2020

Rilis Survei Nasional 06 Desember 2020

Menjelang Hari Antikorupsi Sedunia 9 Desember 2020, Indonesia menjadi salah satu negara yang masih berjuang untuk memberantas korupsi. Pemberantasan korupsi sebagai salah satu amanat reformasi 1998 saat ini masih mengalami pasang surut dan seolah tenggelam dalam isu penanggulangan wabah COVID-19.

22/03/2010

Etzioni in Southeast Asia The Indonesia Exception

Oleh Catharin Dalpino Georgetown-University, Washington, D.C.

22/03/2010

Indonesian Democracy and the Transformation of Political Islam

Oleh Thomas B. Pepinsky, Prof. William Liddle & Dr. Saiful Mujani

Democracy is a difficult political system because it leads to a fundamental paradox of participation. On one hand, democracy is a political system that empowers all of a country’s citizens to participate in their own governance. At the very least, following the minimalist or procedural conception of democracy of Schumpeter (1947) and others, a democratic government is one in which citizens choose their leaders through competitive elections.

19/03/2010

Journal of Democracy: Personalities, Parties, and Voters

Oleh Prof. William Liddle & Dr. Saiful Mujani


Saiful Mujani is the principal investigator and a founder of the IndonesianSurvey Institute (LSI) and associate professor of political studiesat the Universitas Islam Negeri, Jakarta. R. William Liddle, professor of political science at Ohio State University, has published numerous books and articles on Indonesian politics. This essay draws upon an earlier version entitled “Voters and the New Indonesian Democracy” by Saiful Mujani and R. William Liddle, which will appear in Problems of Democratization in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society, edited by Edward Aspinall and Marcus Mietzner (2010). It is published here with the kind permission of the publisher, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, http://bookshop.iseas.edu.sg.

27/03/2006

LEADERSHIP, PARTY AND RELIGION : Explaning Voting Behavior In Idonesia

Oleh Dr. Saiful Mujani & Prof. William Liddle

This case study tests the significance of leadership, party ID, religious orientation, political economy, sociological and demographic factors in the legislative and presidential choices of voters in the new Indonesian democracy.

24/03/2006

Indonesia’s Approaching Elections : Politics, Islam and Public Opinion

Oleh Dr. Saiful Mujani & Prof. William Lidlle

Project Muse : http//muse.jhu.edu

How strong is Islamism in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim-majority country? And what are the implications of that strength for the newly restored democracy, which in 2004 is slated to hold elections for the second time since the Suharto dictatorship fell in 1998? Journalistic observers often seem tentative or even puzzled in their assessments. In September 2003, for example, a New York Times article relayed that “some have begun to ask whether the Islamists who want to create a caliphate across the Muslim areas of Southeast Asia will at the very least eventually succeed in Indonesia.”1 Yet just a month earlier, the Times had dismissively portrayed a meeting of Islamic militants, intended as a show of strength. The gathering was sparsely attended, the paper reported, and “none of the invited mainstream politicians showed up.”

22/03/2010

Etzioni in Southeast Asia The Indonesia Exception

Oleh Catharin Dalpino Georgetown-University, Washington, D.C.

22/03/2010

Indonesian Democracy and the Transformation of Political Islam

Oleh Thomas B. Pepinsky, Prof. William Liddle & Dr. Saiful Mujani

19/03/2010

Journal of Democracy: Personalities, Parties, and Voters

Oleh Prof. William Liddle & Dr. Saiful Mujani