Spain decriminalized prostitution in 1995. Since then, prostitution within the nation has been legal. Sex workers are often victims of violent crime. However, one can argue that this is because prostitution is not regulated. Issues arise not because an act exists but rather because it often goes unchecked.

By decriminalizing prostitution, many underground activities could now work without any legal consequences. Still, this does not mean that most sex workers took on their role by choice. More often than not, the industry is subject to workers who were forced into them. Based on this, Spain’s Prime Minister — Pedro Sanchez says he will ban prostitution within the country.

Accordingly, Real Research seeks to find out public opinion about banning prostitution in Spain. For instance, why do they think that the Prime Minister is making this decision? Likewise, do they think this is a good decision? If not, then why and what should be done instead?

So, hurry and share your opinion on the topic of banning prostitution in Spain via a survey on the Real Research App from October 26, 2021. After that, you will receive 10 TNC as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title: Public Opinion on Banning Prostitution in Spain

Target Number of Participants:
30,000 Users


Nationality: All
Age: 21-99
Gender: All
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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – 55.43% Agree With PM Sanchez For Banning Prostitution in Spain