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Welcome to the Armenian Diaspora Survey. We invite you to join us in this important research project and lend your voice to creating a portrait of 21st century Armenians around the world. Each person makes a difference.

Who can take part in this survey? We invite any adult aged 18 and over, living in the US, and who consider himself or herself Armenian, to spend 15 minutes completing this questionnaire.

This survey is designed to gather information for research purposes. We do not ask for your name or contact details. Our purpose is to gather information about attitudes, ideas and concerns from around the Armenian Diaspora. Your responses will be helpful to researchers, scholars and organisations, both at present and in the future. We thank you in advance for taking part in the Armenian Diaspora Survey.

Please note:

·       Your responses are and will remain anonymous. As part of this survey, we will ask you questions related to your ethnic origin, political opinions, religious and spiritual beliefs. You may refuse to answer any question, or to take part in the survey at all. The detailed Privacy Policy is available on the ADS website:

·       There are no right or wrong answers to any of the questions.

·       Please continue to the end of survey, even if there are some questions you do not wish to answer (feel free to skip those).

·       Data from the completed questionnaires will be made available on a website dedicated to the Survey in aggregate and anonymised form. It will not be possible to identify individual respondents.

·       If you wish to see the results of previous surveys please visit

·       We aim to ensure that a wide variety of Armenians take part in the survey in each city/community, including women and men, young and old, activists and leaders, as well as those who may be themselves outside of any community organisations.

Helpful definitions for this survey:

Diaspora: People living in different countries that have spread out from an original, historical centre but continue to create connections with each other through family, institutional or commercial ties.

Community: a local area where Armenians think of themselves as belonging, where there are other Armenians with whom they can interact and where there are often certain institutions, such as churches, schools and clubs, where they can participate if they wish.

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