ABOUT THIS SURVEY: The Christian Science Monitor/TIPP poll of Kosovo refugees (for their specific places of origin, see map at left) was conducted May 22-23 at Fort Dix, N.J. Written questions were presented to 459 of the 3,016 ethnic Albanians living in the Refugee Village at the time of the survey. Some were also interviewed. Participation was voluntary. The respondents were 70 percent male, 30 percent female. Forty-four percent were under 30; only 8 percent were over 55. Half of those polled came from Kosovo's capital, Pristina, with a largely white-collar population. Another third were from the town of Ferizaj. Five percent or fewer respondents came from the other towns in Kosovo.
Did you personally witness any execution(s) in the past six months?
Did you personally see any evidence of mass graves before or after leaving your home?
Would you consider returning to live in Kosovo if Kosovo were granted autonomy [as endorsed by NATO] and self-rule within Yugoslavia?
Would you consider returning to live in Kosovo if Kosovo became an independent country?
Would you consider returning to live in Kosovo if the bombing stopped, even if there were no political changes?