Perceptions on Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan ahead of the 2023 election

What are Erdogan's biggest achievements as president, and how have they impacted his public image?

  1. Erdogan's government introduced social welfare programs such as healthcare reforms, the expansion of social security coverage, and initiatives to address poverty. These efforts were seen as positive steps to improve the well-being of disadvantaged groups and garnered support from those who benefited from these policies.
  2. His biggest achievements to made Türkiye worst version ever.
  3. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the current President of Turkey, has had a long political career, both as Prime Minister and President, and he has accomplished many things during his time in office. Some of Erdogan's biggest achievements as President include: Economic growth: Under Erdogan's leadership, Turkey experienced significant economic growth, with GDP increasing from $230 billion in 2002 to over $850 billion in 2019.
  4. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been the president of Turkey since 2014, and his tenure has been marked by a number of achievements that have had a significant impact on his public image. Here are some of his most notable accomplishments:
  5. Erdogan's government has invested heavily in infrastructure development, including the construction of new highways, airports, and high-speed rail lines. These projects have been viewed as important steps towards modernizing Turkey's transportation system and improving economic competitiveness.
  6. Erdogan has implemented various social welfare policies such as providing free health care to citizens, increasing the minimum wage, and providing subsidies for farmers. The government has also implemented a program that provides financial assistance to low-income families, which has helped to reduce poverty.
  7. I cannot say ******** There is no question added for me to give you feedback on your questionnaire and you did not submit the responses on Moodle! In term sof the questionnaire, there are some issues. Firstly, the age range has overlapping values. If a person is 22, should they choose 18-22 or 22-25? It looks like you copied my example from the board of what not to do... :) Later, in the question about gender, you have some grammar issues (e.g. a person cannot be plural 'women', a singular 'woman' should be used instead). Other questions are based on trusting that the person actually knows about the recent political events and situations in Turkey.
  8. I don’t know
  9. Idk
  10. In my opinion as a Turkish citizen about the that is Turkey has saw it’s biggest GDP development in 2012. We all believed that Turkey would be in EU member in 2012. 2011 and 2012 are best years for Erdogan After that a lot of bad things happened. Terror issues happened etc. and Turkey has broke relationships with EU.