It is known that electors are influenced by various factors while making their political choices. The question of “which factors are effective on the attitude of electors” not only arouses the interest of political science but is also frequently encountered in field studies in different cities. Studies are further trying to find out which factors are relatively more dominant in shaping the electors’ choice. The present study tries to find out “thefactors effective on electors’ political choices” in Sanlıurfa, a region open to the abuse of the terrorist organization, where people from different ethnical background live together and tribal customs are still part of daily life. In addition, “whether the security environment of elections is effective on electors’ attitude or not” is a further question of the present study. From this point of view, to find out what factors influence the voting attitudes of electors living Urfa, some interviews performed using the ‘q’ methodology with the people from Harran (people with a Arab-dominant background), Suruc (people with a predominantly Kurdish background), Siverek (where the tribal culture of living is still highly active), and some randomly chosen people from the city center.