Walid Ladadweh is the head of the Survey Research Unit at PSR. He completed his Master’s degree in Sociology from Birzeit University in 2003 and completed training courses in survey research techniques at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, USA, in 2010. Between 2005 and 2008, he served in the Advisory Committee of the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. Mr. Ladadweh supervised more than 50 public opinion surveys in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. His responsibilities included sample design, supervision of data collection, fieldwork training, data entry, and statistical data analysis using SPSS. He presented a paper on “Religion in Palestinian Society and Politics” at a conference on the Rise of Public Engagement: the Region and the World” in 2013. He wrote a chapter on “Methodology Used During Exit Poll” and “Demographic Characteristics of Voters—2005-2006” published in The Second Palestinian Elections: Presidential, Parliamentary, and Local Government,” edited by Khalil Shikaki and Jehad Harb, 2007.