Turks vote on constitutional reform
12 Eylül 2010, Aljaazera.net
"...The Konda Institute, which conducted a public survey before the voting began, revealed that the reforms, including controversial changes to the judiciary, would garner 56.8 per cent of vote.
However, the polls also showed that a good number of Turks remain undecided about the referendum, which is seen as an important gauge of support for Erdogan's Justice and Development (AKP) party before a parliamentary election next year."
Poll shows backing for Turk reforms on eve of vote
11 Eylül 2010, Reuters
"A clear majority of Turks will give their backing in a referendum on Sunday to constitutional reforms proposed by the government, a polling institute said in an eve-of-vote boost for Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan."
Poll shows most Turks back reforms
11 Eylül 2010, Aljaazera.net
"The Konda Institute, which conducted the survey, said on Saturday that the reforms, including controversial changes to the judiciary, would garner 56.8 per cent of support in the plebiscite on Sunday.....Konda said 17.6 per cent of the electorate remained undecided ahead of the vote.
Tarhan Erdem, head of the Konda Institute, said voting in the referendum would mostly follow party loyalties."
Flags, veils and sharia: Behind the court case against Turkey's ruling party lies an existential question: how Islamist has the country become?
17 Temmuz 2008, The Economist
"...Tarhan Erdem, a respected pollster, says the number of women wearing the turban, the least revealing headscarf of all, has quadrupled too."
The burden of victory: The ruling AK party has won resoundingly, but it needs to act cautiously
26 Temmuz 2007, The Economist
"…During the campaign those who had predicted the success, such as Tarhan Erdem, a respected pollster, were accused of taking sides."
Military fires warning shot before president is chosen
28 Ağustos 2007, The Times
"A new poll by the Konda research company found that more than a month after the general elections Mr Gul and Mr Erdogan's Justice and Development Party (AK) had increased its support even more, to 54 per cent."