For the purpose of its own research projects, the agency for public relations and marketing ”PRIME Communications”, conducted a survey on the views of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina about who the biggest donors are in BiH.
A total of 1600 respondents participated in the survey, and the technique used was an oral interview, based on a pre-prepared questionnaire. The population represented by the survey was defined as the general population of Bosnia and Herzegovina over the age of 18. A multi-stage stratified random sampling was applied (possible error + – 3%).
According to Croats, the largest donors in Bosnia and Herzegovina are the EU (35.1%), Germany (17.5%) and Japan (13.2%).
Bosniaks consider that the largest donors in Bosnia and Herzegovina are Turkey (34.7%), the European Union (25.1%) and Japan (9.4%).
For Serbs, the largest donors in Bosnia and Herzegovina are the EU (25.6%), Serbia (14.3%) and Russia (14.1%).
Interestingly, neither one of the aforementioned nations sees the United States among the top three donors.