ANKARA – By Konrad-Adenauer-Stift Turkey Representative, Hacettepe University member member Prof. Dr. Under the coordination of Ali Çağlar, 20-10 September 2021, “Turkey Youth” Research 2021″ was announced by a team of academics from Turkey’s universities.
18-25 years old, 243 young people in Turkey, 3 thousand Z generation young people in 28 provinces, through face-to-face examinations, young people’s view of their values, trust in the eyes, political and social attitudes, target preferences, political and social attitudes under appropriate conditions. It talks about information about politicians, voting screenings, planning a table about general screening information.
Before Zırdan, whom they will choose in the upcoming 2023, comes to the head of about 5 million new voters, the summer season marks these adventures for Turkey to evaluate.
ALL THE SAME CHORUS
Answering the questions of Gazete Wall, Prof. It is applied both in his country and in this country. Almost immediately, since college, he has faced both political opposition and political leaders and face-to-face,” he says.
“As all democratic countries have, political parties around the world have a projectiveness and pessimism towards themselves because they have the design, maturity, refinement and implementation of their designs. There is another kind of concern for it. Young people are not given enough attention, support, education, education and they will not be able to find a job.
According to a world in the world, the youth’s perception of the country’s administration is a city, transformation, when raising the children of the future, it is natural to be born, the future, a future to another world.
72 percent of its students want to live another life possible. At the beginning of these countries are Europe, the USA and Canada with the Scandinavian tradition. Europe stands out as the most preferred country to live in.
He also thinks like “I can go to another school even if it gets better with Turkey”. He says he wants to live in Turkey.
ONE OF THREE YOUTH IS TOTALLY HOPE ON THE FUTURE
In the test of the research, 62 percent of the young people say that they see Turkey well in its place, while the rate of candidates from Turkey’s future is 35 percent.
Today is an important place where the pessimism of young people is not economic situation, cost of living, inflation, possible and economic crisis.
According to the son of TUIK, the youth in Turkey is 20.8. In other words, one in five young people is unemployed.
“In this issue, especially in Gaziantep, Hatay Adana, Mersin line, young people will live and stay in their local lives with immigrants, in their own lives. This is about it since he will come before his migration from Afghan,” says Çağlar.
THE MAJORITY OF YOUTH ARE CRITICAL TO REFUGEE POLICY
While 80.4 percent of the young youth in the survey criticize the wage policy, 56.8 percent are in favor of returning from their living spaces in Syria.
The number of education services in Turkey is over 3 million 700 thousand.
“Youth dream of a Turkey where there is justice, to be confident that they will overcome the power to win in confidence, to dominate in the goal of easy work and justice. In the current situation, they are in a project like ‘I can’t find a job here, if I don’t have any interest,’ says Çağlar.
The last network bills were held in Ankara Altındağ, and the future of Emirhan Yalçın, who was at war with 18 people, created an indignation in the region.
One of the most important highlights of the research is that young people are directed towards politicians, political parties and journalists (3.7 percent, 4.4 percent and 6.9 percent); The finding that scientists (70.3%) and the military (61.8%) are still perceived as the most reliable structures.
THE POPULARITY OF MANSUR YAVAS RISES
In Turkey, when the leaders who are the leaders in the stylish party are asked what they like and like the most, “none” comes first with 20.1, while a second person from Tayyip is in the second place in Recep.
The name of Ankara Mayor Mansur Yavaş is mentioned among the most admired and appreciated 16,3′ people who were raised as “other” adults, who were included in the list for being inadequate for the party.
On the other hand, national symbols and values such as Turkish history (89.7 percent), the State of the Republic of Turkey (87.4 percent) and being Turkish – being Turkish (71.6%) are still extremely important compared to the past.
Being a Muslim shows that 70 percent, 56.9 percent do not consider themselves to be religious according to Allah, in a way younger than 5 percent.
So, how can the emergence of new political parties be designed to expand and consolidate its electorate?
According to Çağlar, this does not attract young people in the current elections.
“I am not too much of a grassroots view of the basic principles of these parties. There is a general element. For this, those who want to benefit from justice, economy, education, education for education, young people will have to make sure of their lives and future to teach their students. Otherwise, he says, he received education with what the public has, and while the selection will gain added value, he did not spend a TL for another return, his capital created is experienced, and this money calls for difficult transition ways.
IS REVERSE BRAIN DRAIN POSSIBLE?
On the other hand, lately, when the physician was alive, in his youth, in health, when his peers were young. 10 24 times feature of overview.
Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations at Middle East Technical University. Dr. Özgehan Şenyuva, on the other hand, says that this future of reversing the brain journey of young people will be possible.
“Getting rid of them to fix their future here. In other words, their problems are not ‘now’, but ‘future’. It will not be from today to tomorrow. We shouldn’t want them to sacrifice their dreams for the society. He says that as a future from the politics of political parties, this will be a future where they will be small and fair.
So, while the young people’s political elections and their trust in politicians decline and they plan the elections for them, are the majority of young people shifting to an apolitical line?
IS APOLITIC RISING?
Research candidates define 20.5 percent of the youth as Atatürk-Kemalist.
According to Şenyuva, it would not be correct to describe them as apolitical because they move away from the organized, political and unorganized in general, and do not play the “presidential” that is included in the party’s talents.
“Those who think in the place of politics; they act and think outside the party-vote-leader. Young people are expected to write words. However, these contestants are not the youth’s parties, not at all,” Senyuva thinks.
For the last official person, 12 million 750 and 8 15.4 percent of the 15-24 year old young population in Turkey eat.