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For citations in scientific publications, please use the following format (adapted to rules which are prescribed in certain publications):

Pilar's barometer of Croatian society (2014, 2015 or 2016), Zagreb: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar. Avalilable at http://barometar.pilar.hr

The professional codes of professional organisations such as WAPOR (World Association of Public Opinion Research) and ESOMAR (European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research) should be adhered to when citing results in the public media. In accordance with their main guidelines, presentation of survey results generally should cite:

a. name of the organisation that conducted the study and (possibly) the client;
b. statistical universe (who was surveyed);
c. size and the territorial coverage of the realized sample;
d. period when the survey was conducted;
e. type or method of sample selection (random, quota, etc.);
f.  data collection (type of survey: field, telephone, online, etc.);
g. information on whether the results are weighted and according to which criteria
    (especially if they are disproportionately stratified samples);
h. exact format of questions.

The shortest recommended format, suited to electronic media, should include information from a. to f. For example, in the case of this study:

A face-to-face survey was conducted by Pilar Institute between ... and .... This nationally representative random sample included 1,000 (750 in 2016) adults at 143 locations.

Detailed information on the transmission of results, with a simple explanation of the scope and limitations of the survey method, can be found here.