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EB - Eurobarometer
The Eurobarometer survey is designed to provide regular monitoring of public social and political attitudes in the EU through specific trend questions. Therefore, the general aim of EB is to know the attitudes and evaluations of European citizens about large general themes. The questions concern to the European integration issues, but sometimes they regard also specific problem about single country or common problems of economic, political or social nature.
The arguments of Eurobarometer 94.2 are as follows:
- Parlemeter 2020: awareness of, knowledge about, attitudes towards the European Parliament, EP policy priorities and values, European identity issues, attitudes towards and (dis-)advantages of European Union membership, areas of disagreement between the EU and the national government;
- Social Issues: appraisal of a Social Europe, European social development priorities, appraisal of and views about the future of social rights, meaning of social rights developments for the future of Europe.
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Nations: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden
Geographical Unit: size community
Analysis Unit: individual
Universe: residents in the respective country aged 15 and over
Sample Procedure: about 1,000 individuals for each country. Multi-stage stratified random sample
Weight: Weight used. Please read the documentation for any details
Collection Mode: face to face interview, web-based self-administered questionnaire (CAWI), Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI)
Collection Size: UniData supplies: 1 dataset in SPSS format; 1 dataset in STATA format; 1 questionnaire in PDF format (eng); 1 methodological notes in PDF format (eng) (4 file)
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Data Use Restriction:
UniData – official representative for the dissemination of Eurobarometer surveys in Italy – provides a free data access for all Italian residents upon registration. Data are released in according to GESIS Licence (Category 0), available at this link. Other users will need to contact the GESIS Data Archive.
Source Contact: Eurobarometer Data Service - GESIS
European Commission. (2020) Eurobarometer 94.2: Parlemeter 2020 and Social Issues. Kantar Public [Producer]. GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences [Producer]. UniData - Bicocca Data Archive, Milan. Study Number SI392. Data file version 1.0
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This wave of the Eurobarometer was collected during the COVID-19 pandemic. This necessitated a number of adjustments to the data collection process. Please consult the information referring to this in the Technical Specifications in the basic questionnaire.
Question module QA was implemented on behalf of and financed by the European Parliament. It partly replicates questions formerly asked in the framework of Eurobarometer 92.2, Eurobarometer 91.5, and Eurobarometer 88.1.
Question module QB was newly introduced.
Question module QC is currently under embargo.
Data for protocol variables p2 (time of interview), p3 (duration of interview), p8 (postal code), p9 (sample point number), and p10 (interviewer number) have not been made available.
The variable names of the standard demography variables have been changed according to the usual Eurobarometer nomenclature.