SI394

Eurobarometer 95.1: COVID-19, Future of Europe, Climate Change, Fishery and Aquaculture products (2021)

European Commission

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1.0

Changelog (Archive version):

1.0 - 2021-12-15
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Changelog (Source release):

1.0.0 - 2021-10-13
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Data Kind:
individual data

Time Dimensions:
longitudinal (trend repeated cross-section)

Series Name:
EB - Eurobarometer

Questionnaire:
532.03 KB
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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 95.1 are as follows:

  • Covid-19: appraisal of EU Coronavirus responses, knowledge and satisfaction about measures taken to fight the Coronavirus pandemic, EU priorities in its response to the Coronavirus pandemic, consequences of the restriction measures on health and economy, impact of Coronavirus on personal income, current emotional status.
  • European Parliament Spring Survey: 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.
  • Climate Change: appraisal of the problem, responsibility and political measures, personal action, the national government’s energy targets, EU economy climate neutrality.
  • EU Consumer Habits Regarding Fishery and Aquaculture Products: consumption and purchasing patterns regarding fish/aquaculture products, preferred types and features of products, important information on products.

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Topic Classification:

  • ECONOMICS - consumption/consumer behaviour
  • HEALTH - health policy
  • HEALTH - specific diseases and medical conditions
  • NATURAL ENVIRONMENT - environmental degradation/pollution and protection
  • NATURAL ENVIRONMENT - natural resources and energy
  • POLITICS - international politics and organisations
  • POLITICS - mass political behaviour, attitudes/opinion
  • 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)

    Documentation:

    Methodological Notes (pdf):
    DDI Documentation:
    DDI Documentation

    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

    Citation:
    European Commission. (2021) Eurobarometer 95.1: COVID-19, Future of Europe, Climate Change, Fishery and Aquaculture products. Kantar Public [Producer]. GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences [Producer]. UniData - Bicocca Data Archive, Milan. Study Number SI394. Data file version 1.0

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    Notes:

    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 ‘European Parliament Spring Survey’ was implemented on behalf of and financed by the European Parliament. It partly replicates questions formerly asked in the framework of Eurobarometer 94.2 and the third round of the European Parliament COVID-19 Surveys.

    Question module QB ‘Climate Change’ partly replicates questions formerly asked in the framework of Eurobarometer 91.3.

    Question module QC is currently under embargo.

    Question module QD ‘EU Consumer Habits Regarding Fishery and Aquaculture Products’ partly replicates questions formerly asked in the framework of Eurobarometer 89.3.

    Data for protocol variables p4 (number of persons present during interview), p5 (respondent cooperation), 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.