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ZA5932: Eurobarometer 82.3 (2014)

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Eurobarometer 82.3 (November 2014): Europe 2020, Financial and Economic Crisis, European Citizenship, and Information on European Political Matters
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Bibliographic Citation

Citation Citation European Commission, Brussels (2018): Eurobarometer 82.3 (2014). TNS opinion, Brussels [producer]. GESIS Data Archive, Cologne. ZA5932 Data file Version 3.0.0, https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13021
Study No.ZA5932
TitleEurobarometer 82.3 (2014)
Other Titles
  • Standard Eurobarometer 82 (Alternative Title)
  • Europe 2020, Financial and Economic Crisis, European Citizenship, and Information on European Political Matters (Subtitle)
Current Version3.0.0, 2018-5-24, https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13021
Alternate IDs Alternate IDs
  • doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR36663.v1, v1-0-0
Date of Collection08.11.2014 - 17.11.2014
Principal Investigator/ Authoring Entity, Institution
  • European Commission, Brussels; Directorate General Communication COMM.A.1 ´Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer´

Content

AbstractSince the early 1970s the European Commission´s Standard & Special Eurobarometer are regularly monitoring the public opinion in the European Union member countries. Principal investigators are the Directorate-General Communication and on occasion other departments of the European Commission or the European Parliament. Over time, candidate and accession countries were included in the Standard Eurobarometer Series. Selected questions or modules may not have been surveyed in each sample. Please consult the basic questionnaire for more information on country filter instructions or other questionnaire routing filters. In this study all question modules are in the standard Eurobarometer context: 1. Standard EU and trend questions, 2. Europe 2020 strategy, 3. Financial and economic crisis, 4. European citizenship, 5. Information on European political matters. Topics: 1. Attitudes towards the EU (standard EU and trend questions): life satisfaction; frequency of discussions about political matters on national, European, and local level; assessment of the current situation in the following areas: national economy, European economy, personal job situation, financial situation of the own household, national employment situation; expectations for the next twelve months regarding: personal life in general, national economic situation, financial situation of the own household, national employment situation, personal job situation, economic situation in the EU; most important problems in the own country, personally, and in the EU; assessment of the own country’s assumed membership in the EU as a good thing; expectations of benefit from an assumed membership of the own country; assessment of the full application of EU legislation for the Turkish Cypriot Community (TCC) as a good thing; expectations of benefit from the full application of EU legislation for the Turkish Cypriot Community (TCC); general direction things are going in the own country and in the EU; trust in selected institutions: written press, radio, TV, internet, online social networks, national legal system, police, army, political parties, regional or local public authorities, national government, national parliament, European Union, United Nations; image of the EU; positive associations with the following terms: large companies, small and medium-sized companies, welfare state, competitiveness, free trade, protectionism, globalisation, liberalisation, competition, trade unions, reforms, public service, flexibility, security, solidarity; feeling towards immigration of people from: other EU member states, outside the EU; attitude towards additional measures to fight illegal immigration of people from outside the EU on EU level and / or on national level; meaning of the EU to the respondent; attitude towards the following statements on data protection: seriousness is underestimated, should be a priority for the EU; attitude towards the right for EU citizens to: live in every member state of the EU, work in every member state of the EU; approval of the following statements on the EU: creates conditions for more jobs in Europe, is responsible for austerity in Europe, makes doing business easier in Europe, generates too much bureaucracy, will emerge fairer from the crisis, makes the financial sector behave more responsibly, makes the cost of living cheaper in Europe, makes quality of life better in Europe, helps tackle global threats and challenges, helps protect its citizens, needs a clearer message; knowledge of and trust in selected institutions: European Parliament, European Commission, European Central Bank; knowledge test on the EU: number of member states, direct election of the members of the European Parliament by the citizens of each member state, Switzerland is a member of the EU; attitude towards the following issues: European economic and monetary union with one single currency, common foreign policy of all member states, further enlargement, common defence and security policy, free trade and investment agreement between the EU and the USA, common migration policy, common energy policy; satisfaction with the democracy in the own country and in the EU; approval of the following statements: respondent understands how the EU works, recognition of the own country’s interests in the EU, EU’s voice counts in the world, globalisation as an opportunity for economic growth, own country alone can cope with the negative effects of globalization, EU enables its citizens to better benefit from positive effects of globalisation, better development of the own country outside the EU; optimism about the future of the EU. 2. Europe 2020 strategy: importance of the following initiatives in the context of the Europe 2020 strategy: increase support for research and development policies and turn inventions into products, enhance the quality of the EU’s higher education system, develop e-economy by strengthening ultrafast internet within the EU, support an economy that uses less natural resources and emits less greenhouse gases, help the EU’S industrial base to be more competitive by promoting entrepreneurship and developing new skills, modernize labour markets with a view to raising employment levels, help the poor and socially excluded and enable them to play an active part in society; likelihood to reach the following objectives by 2020: three quarters of people between 20 and 64 years of age having a job, share of funds invested in research and development reaching 3% of the wealth produced in the EU each year, reduction of EU greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20% (compared to 1990), increase of the share of renewable energy in the EU by 20%, increase of energy efficiency in the EU by 20%, reduction of the share of young people leaving school without qualifications to 10%, at least 40% of the people aged 30 to 34 having a higher education degree or diploma, reduction of the number of people living below the poverty line by a quarter, increase industry’s contribution to economy to 20% of GDP; EU is going in the right direction to exit the crisis and face new global challenges. 3. Financial and economic crisis: impact of the economic crisis on the job market has already reached its peak; approval of the following statements: own country needs reforms to face the future, measures to reduce public deficit and debt in the own country cannot be delayed (split A), measures to reduce public deficit and debt in the own country are not a priority for now (split B), EU has sufficient power and tools to defend its economic interests globally, private sector is better placed to create new jobs than public sector, public money should be used to stimulate private sector investment at EU level; assessment of the effectiveness of selected measures to tackle the current financial and economic crisis: more important role for the EU in regulating financial services, EU approval in advance of member states’ government budgets, fines for governments spending or borrowing too much, central supervision of banking system at EU level; approval of selected measures to reform global financial markets: introduction of a tax on financial transactions, introduction of Eurobonds, wage regulation in the financial sector, tougher rules on tax avoidance and tax havens; most important objectives in a European energy union: guaranteeing reasonable energy prices for consumers and companies, guaranteeing continuous energy supply, guaranteeing EU’s independence in the field of energy, environmental protection, interconnecting energy infrastructure, fighting global warming, guaranteeing competitiveness of EU’s industry, reducing energy consumption, pooling EU’s negotiating power towards energy providers, developing renewable energy. 4. European citizenship: feeling of attachment towards: own city, own country, European Union, Europe; approval of the following statements: feeling of being a citizen of the EU, knowledge of the rights of EU citizens, desire for more information on the rights of EU citizens; feeling of national and / or European identity; most positive results of the EU; in the last twelve months the respondent: visited another EU country, read a book, newspaper or magazine in a foreign language, socialised with people from another EU country, watched TV programmes in a foreign language, used the internet for purchasing goods or services from another EU country; most important factors for creating a feeling of community among EU citizens; most important aspects in strengthening the feeling of being a European citizen; values that best represent the EU; most important personal values. 5. Information on European political matters: assessment of the informedness of the people in the own country about European matters; self-rated knowledge about European matters; frequency of the following activities: watching television on a TV set, watching television via the internet, listening to the radio, reading printed press, using the internet, using online social networks; preferred sources of information on national political matters; preferred sources of information on European political matters; preferred sources of information on the European Union, its policies and institutions; assessment of the appropriateness of coverage with European Union issues in the following media: TV, radio, printed press, websites, online social networks; assessment of the presentation of the EU in the national media as positive; attitude towards selected statements on political information in online social networks: modern way to keep abreast, not trustworthy, can get people interested, good way to have a say. Demography: nationality; left-right self-placement; marital status; age at end of education; sex; age; occupation; professional position; type of community; household composition and household size; possession of durable goods (entertainment electronics, internet connection, possession of a car, a flat/a house have finished paying for or still paying for); financial difficulties during the last year; internet use (at home, at work, at school); self-reported belonging to the working class, the middle class or the upper class of society; own voice counts in the own country and in the EU. Additionally coded was: respondent ID; questionnaire split; country; nation group; date of interview; time of the beginning of the interview; duration of the interview; number of persons present during the interview; respondent cooperation; size of locality; region; language of the interview; weighting factor.
Categories Categories
  • International Institutions, Relations, Conditions
  • Political Attitudes and Behavior
  • Economic Policy, National Economic Situation
  • Society, Culture
  • Political Issues
  • Communication, Public Opinion, Media
Topics Topics
  • 5.4 Cultural and national identity
  • 11 Politics
  • 11.2 International politics and organisation
  • 17.4 Economic conditions and indicators
  • 17.5 Economic policy
  • 9 Information and communication

Methodology

Geographic Coverage
  • Belgium (BE)
  • Bulgaria (BG)
  • Czech Republic (CZ)
  • Denmark (DK)
  • Germany (DE)
  • Estonia (EE)
  • Ireland (IE)
  • Greece (GR)
  • Spain (ES)
  • France (FR)
  • Italy (IT)
  • Cyprus (CY)
  • Latvia (LV)
  • Lithuania (LT)
  • Luxembourg (LU)
  • Hungary (HU)
  • Malta (MT)
  • Netherlands (NL)
  • Austria (AT)
  • Poland (PL)
  • Portugal (PT)
  • Romania (RO)
  • Slovenia (SI)
  • Slovakia (SK)
  • Finland (FI)
  • Sweden (SE)
  • Croatia (HR)
  • Turkey (TR)
  • North Macedonia (MK)
  • Iceland (IS)
  • Montenegro (ME)
  • Serbia (RS)
  • Great Britain (GB-GBN)
  • Northern Ireland (GB-NIR)
  • Albania (AL)
UniversePopulation of the respective nationalities of the European Union Member States and other EU nationals, resident in each of the 28 Member States and aged 15 years and over. The STANDARD EUROBAROMETER 82 survey has also been conducted in the six candidate countries (Turkey, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia and Albania) and in the Turkish Cypriot Community. In these countries, the survey covers the national population of citizens and the population of citizens of all the European Union Member States that are residents in these countries and have a sufficient command of the national languages to answer the questionnaire.
Sampling Procedure Sampling Procedure
Probability Sample: Multistage Sample
Mode of Collection Mode of Collection
Face-to-face interview Face-to-face interview: CAPI (Computer Assisted Personal Interview)
Data CollectorTNS Dimarso, Brussels, Belgium; TNS BBSS, Sofia, Bulgaria; TNS Aisa, Prague, Czech Republic; TNS GALLUP DK, Copenhagen, Denmark; TNS Infratest, Munich, Germany; TNS Emor, Tallinn, Estonia; Behaviour & Attitudes, Dublin, Ireland; TNS ICAP, Athens, Greece; TNS Spain, Madrid, Spain; TNS Sofres, Montrouge, France; TNS Italia, Milan, Italy; CYMAR Market Research , Nicosia, Cyprus; TNS Latvia, Riga, Latvia; TNS LT, Vilnius, Lithuania; TNS ILReS, Luxembourg, Luxembourg; TNS Hoffmann Kft, Budapest, Hungary; MISCO, Valletta, Malta; TNS NIPO, Amsterdam, Netherlands; ipr Umfrageforschung, Vienna, Austria; TNS Polska, Warsaw, Poland; TNS Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal; TNS CSOP, Bucharest, Romania; RM PLUS, Maribor, Slovenia; TNS Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia; TNS GALLUP Oy, Espoo, Finland; TNS Sifo, Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden; TNS UK, London, United Kingdom; HENDAL, Zagreb, Croatia; Kadem, Nicosia, Turkish Cypriot Community; TNS PIAR, Istanbul, Turkey; TNS Brima, Skopje, Macedonia; Capacent, Reykjavik, Iceland; TNS Medium Gallup, Belgrade, Montenegro; TNS Medium Gallup, Belgrade, Serbia; TNS BBSS, Sofia, Albania; TNS opinion, Brussels (international co-ordination)
Date of Collection
  • 08.11.2014 - 17.11.2014

Errata & Versions

VersionDate, Name, DOI
3.0.0 (current version)2018-5-24 Archive edition https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13021
2.1.02017-8-25 Archive pre-release (update) https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12854
2.0.12015-6-10 Archive pre-release (update) https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12259
2.0.02015-5-29 Archive pre-release (update) https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12251
1.0.02015-4-8 Archive pre-release https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12208
Errata in current version
DateSubjectDescription
2019-2-28qe4b_8Please note the following coding error for variable qe4b_8: Respondents coded 7 or 8 in variable qe4a should be coded 9 (“Inap. (coded 7 or 8 in qe4a)”) in variable qe4b_8, but are erroneously coded 99 (“Inap. not EU28 (coded 0 in eu28)”) by the archive.
2019-9-27qe3tDocumentation error, please see „Further remarks/Weitere Hinweise“. The variable in the dataset is correct.
Version changes
Changes between version 3.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2016-6-2p6trStarting with Eurobarometer 81.3 protocol variable P6 (SIZE OF COMMUNITY) has been standardized across countries applying the following category scheme: 1) Rural area; 2) Towns and suburbs/small urban area; 3) Cities/ large urban area. For TURKEY the data provided by TNS do not match with the new scheme, but appear to match with the five former 5-point scheme: 1) Less than 10.001 inhabitants; 2) 10.001 to 20.000 inhabitants; 3) 20.001 to 100.000 inhabitants; 4) 100.001 to 500.000 inhabitants; 5) More than 500.000 inhabitants. Currently applied value labels are not correct and non-matching data are coded to ´99´ (SYSTEM MISSING in the original data set). You might use SIZE OF COMMUNITY data for Turkey included in variable P6 (ALL COUNTRIES) with the “old” 5-point category scheme. 2018-5-24Variable p6tr has been reconstructed by the archive for dataset version v3-0-0 using SIZE OF COMMUNITY data for Turkey included in a former integrated variable P6 (ALL COUNTRIES) with the “old” 5-point category scheme.
2017-12-11p6isThe coding for SIZE OF COMMUNITY in Iceland is highly questionable. When comparing frequencies for category 1 “Rural area” and category 3 “Cities/large urban area” with former waves and crosstabulating with REGION - ICELAND, these two categories appear to be exchanged.2018-5-24The variable has been corrected by the Archive (recode p6is (1=3) (3=1)) in version v3-0-0.
2018-4-13d8r1Recoded variable d8r1 is partly erroneous. Cases coded 73 and 77 indicate the specific age of the respondents when stopped full-time education (see source variable d8) and should be assigned to category 9 "22 years and older". The variable will be corrected with the next update.2018-5-24variable corrected
Changes between version 2.1.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2016-3-14qe6.12 to qe6.16Variable labels are shifted for qe6.12 to qe6.16, i.e. not correct. The correct items are indicated in the value label for code ´1´ for each of these variables. In general the items in the dataset follow the questionnaire order for qe6. 2017-8-25variable labels corrected
2016-7-28p7at, p7at_rPlease notice that value label for code 6 in p7at should read "Kaernten (Carinthia)". As confirmed by TNS, the addition of Osttirol (Eastern Tyrol) as suggested by the original value label is not correct. Herewith variable p7at corresponds to the NUTS 2 classification for Austria. Variables labels should read: p7at “REGION - AUSTRIA NUTS 2” and p7at_r “REGION - AUSTRIA NUTS 1”. The value label and variable labels will be corrected with the next update.2017-8-25value label and variable labels corrected
2017-8-24p13mkPlease note the reversed coding of p13mk, i.e. respondents who selected the Macedonian questionnaire are erroneously coded 2 ("Albanian") and respondents who selected the Albanian questionnaire are coded 1 ("Macedonian"). The variable will be corrected with the next update.2017-8-25variable corrected
Changes between version 2.0.1 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2015-6-10version variableDataset is version 2.0.0; variable is coded 1.0.0 (with version date for 2.0.0)2015-6-10Version variable corrected to 2.0.1.
Changes between version 2.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2015-5-27p1 to p5Data for p1 (date of interview), p2 (time of interview), p3 (duration of interview), p4 (n of persons present during interview), p5 (respondent cooperation) not made available.2015-5-29Data subsequently delivered by TNS and integrated by the archive starting with dataset v2.0.0.
2015-5-27p13luThe coding for LANGUAGE OF QUESTIONNAIRE in LUXEMBOURG is highly questionable. If comparing frequencies for GERMAN and FRENCH with former waves, these two categories are supposed to be exchanged. 2015-5-29Labelling corrected after confirmation by TNS.
2015-5-27p7alFor ALBANIA part of the NUTS 3 categories (codes 5 to 12) are erroneously collapsed into code 5. 2015-5-29Correct data subsequently delivered by TNS and integrated by the archive starting with dataset v2.0.0.

Further Remarks

NotesAll question modules in the standard Eurobarometer context and largely replicate questions asked in the context of Eurobarometer 81.4 [ZA5928] respectively 80.1 [ZA5876]. The category scheme for country specific protocol variables P6 (SIZE OF COMMUNITY) has changed considerably, except for Germany. Categories for all other countries have been harmonized among each other to three values (Rural area - Towns and suburbs / small urban area - Cities / large urban areas). For TURKEY the data provided by TNS do not match with the new scheme, but most likely appear to match with the former 5-point scheme. Value labels applied in former versions were not correct and non-matching data were coded to ´99´ (SYSTEM MISSING in the original data set). Variable p6tr has been reconstructed by the archive for dataset version v3-0-0 using SIZE OF COMMUNITY data for Turkey included in a former integrated variable P6 (ALL COUNTRIES) with the “old” 5-point category scheme. The category scheme for country specific protocol variables P7 (REGION) has changed for some countries, in particular introducing NUTS categories for Ireland, Estonia and Croatia. Data for p1 (date of interview), p2 (time of interview), p3 (duration of interview), p4 (n of persons present during interview), p5 (respondent cooperation), and a corrected REGION NUTS 3 variable for Albania (p7al) have subsequently been delivered by TNS and integrated by the archive starting with dataset v2.0.0. Data for protocol variables p8 (postal code), p9 (sample point number) and p10 (interviewer number) have not been made available. Four duplicate cases (two doublets) in terms of identical coding of all substantial variables and demographics have been identified for Cyprus (TCC). The corresponding case id variables are not identical. UNIQID is coded ´57000382´/´57000383´, and ´57000393´/´57000394´. CASEID is coded ´382´/´383´, and ´393´/´394´. In addition, identical coding in all substantial variables but minor exceptions in demographics can be detected for following cases from Cyprus (TCC): UNIQID is coded ´57000200´/´57000201´, ´57000205/´57000206´, ‘57000384´/´57000385’, and ‘57000416´/´57000417’. CASEID is coded ´200´/´201´, ´205´/´206´, ´384´/´385´, and ´416´/´417´. Starting with EB 82.3 Albania is included in the Standard Eurobarometer surveys (official candidate country of the EU as of June 2014). Please note the following deviation in the variable report (2018|6; Documentation release 2018/05/24): The derivation text of variable qe3t “MEDIA USE INDEX” is incorrect. The categorization should read as follows: ´Very high´ = 12-18 points, ´High´ = 8-11 points, ´Poor´= 4-7 points, ´Very poor/None´ = 0-3 points.
Number of Units: 33662
Number of Variables: 760
Analysis System(s): SPSS, Stata

Publications

Publications
  • European Commission: Standard Eurobarometer 82. Autumn 2014. European Citizenship. Survey conducted by TNS opinion & social at the request of the European Commission Directorate-General Communication. Survey coordinated by the European Commission, Directorate-General Communication ´Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer´ Unit. Brussels, December 2014.
  • European Commission: Standard Eurobarometer 82. Autumn 2014. Europe 2020. Survey conducted by TNS opinion & social at the request of the European Commission Directorate-General Communication. Survey coordinated by the European Commission, Directorate-General Communication ´Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer´ Unit. Brussels, December 2014.
  • European Commission: Standard Eurobarometer 82. Autumn 2014. Media use in the European Union. Survey conducted by TNS opinion & social at the request of the European Commission Directorate-General Communication. Survey coordinated by the European Commission, Directorate-General Communication ´Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer´ Unit. Brussels, December 2014.
  • European Commission: Standard Eurobarometer 82. Autumn 2014. Public opinion in the European Union. Survey conducted by TNS opinion & social at the request of the European Commission Directorate-General Communication. Survey coordinated by the European Commission, Directorate-General Communication ´Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer´ Unit. Brussels, December 2014.
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Groups

Research Data Centre
Groups
  •  EB - Standard and Special Eurobarometer
    Since the early nineteen seventies the European Commission´s “Standard and Special Eurobarometer” are regularly monitoring the public opinion in the European Union member countries at times. Interviews are conducted face-to-face, in each spring and each autumn, at all times based on new samples with a size 1000 respondents per country. Separate samples are drawn for Northern Ireland and East Germany. After the EU enlargement in 2004, remaining and new Candidate Countries are also regularly included in selected surveys. The Standard Eurobarometer modules ask for attitudes towards European unification, institutions and policies, complemented by measurements for general socio-political orientations, as well as by respondent and household demographics. Intermittently special Eurobarometer modules extensively address topics, such as environment, science and technology, health or family issues, social or ethnic exclusion, quality of life etc. The “European Communities Studies” 1970-1973 can be considered forerunner studies, as well the “Attitudes towards Europe” from 1962.