In October 2017, the NBRM upgraded the Inflation Expectations Survey to Inflation and Real GDP Expectations Survey. The difference between the two mainly concerns two aspects - changes in the sample, which is now composed only of economic analysts and extension of the scope of survey, in order to better align with the practice of the European Central Bank (ECB). Also, the new survey structure is expected to provide results that would represent significant qualitative data used in the analyses and forecasts on the economy, as well as in the monetary policy setup decision making. Regarding the scope of survey, the main qualitative changes include 1) expanding the survey by covering questions related to economic growth expectations; and 2) determining probabilities for achieving a specific inflation rate or GDP growth. These changes also correspond to the structure of the ECB Survey for Professional Forecasters.