EB68.2 EU policy and decision making in justice, freedom and security areas, Corruption, Civil justice, E-Communications, Agriculture in Europe, Environmental Protection


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Fieldwork: November - December 2007

Tabular overview of all Eurobarometers

Special topics

Analytic reports:

The role of the European Union in Justice, Freedom and Security policy areas. Publication
The attitudes of Europeans towards corruption. Publication
Civil Justice in the European Union. Publication
E-Communications Household Survey. Publication
Europeans, Agriculture and the Common Agricultural Policy. Publication
Attitudes of European citizens towards the environment. Publication

Sampling info:

Representative samples, age 15 +, resident in each of the Member States Average number of respondents 1000 pr. country, save for Luxembourg (500), Cyprus (500), Malta (500). Germany (West + East) 1.500) and UK (England + Northern Ireland) = 1000 + 300 Multi-stage national probability samples

1. stage: Primary sampling units
2. stage: Addresses chosen systematically using standard random route procedures.

In order to produce samples more representative of the populations in each country, the national weight variables ("Weight Result from Target" (W1) )should be used when analyzing the background files at national level. At European level there is a row of "European weights" available to correctly weight combinations of countries into common totals.

Participating countries:

France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany (West and East), Italy, Luxembourg, Denmark, Ireland, Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Austria,Cyprus (South), Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania


The module on E-COMMUNICATIONS (QD) replicates questions asked in the framework of Eurobarometer 64.4 and 66.3. For this part of the questionnaire where respondents are asked to answer for their household, the 'number of individuals in each household' was introduced as additional weighting criterion (W31 to W58), and the representative samples of individuals aged 15 and more converted into household samples. For more details, see the technical specifications annexed to the basic bilingual questionnaire.