Recently, the Turkish government requested a change of the country’s official name from ‘Turkey’ to ‘Türkiye’. The move came as a request in a letter to the United Nations. The official name was changed with immediate effect and is now ‘Türkiye’. The name ‘Turkey’ is written in Turkish as it was in 1923, following the declaration of independence.

Furthermore, the change in the country’s official name comes from a ‘rebranding’ of the country. This is due to the possible ‘negative connotations associated with the bird of the same name’. The campaign to rebrand ‘Türkiye’ began as early as December. To add, it is up to the country to choose an official name it prefers. In fact, it is not ‘uncommon’ for a country to change its name, according to a United Nations spokesperson.

However, the event left many surprised, along with others questioning whether it is acceptable for a country to change its name. Some deliberate that it is up to the freedom of a country whether to change a name or not. Additionally, Türkiye took steps to ensure all export goods were marked ‘Made In Türkiye’ instead of ‘Made In Turkey’. The event has gathered public interest and attention with many having their own opinions. Thus, Real Research launched a survey on Turkey changing its name to ‘Türkiye’.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on changing Turkey’s official name to Türkiye on the Real Research app from June 07, 2022. After that, you will receive 10 TNC as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
A Survey on Changing Turkey’s Official Name to Türkiye

Target Number of Participants:
60,000 Users


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Age: 21-99
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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – 76% Support the Decision To Change Name From Turkey to Türkiye.