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In October 2001, the European Commission launched a new series of surveys in the 13 countries that are applying for European Union membership under the heading Candidate Countries Eurobarometer (CCEB). Initially named Applicant Countries Eurobarometer (or AC-EB) the surveys were ordered and co-ordinated by the Directorate-General for Press and Communication (Public Opinion Analysis). The CCEB surveys are carried out in Bulgaria, Republic of Cyprus (with a separate northern Cyprus survey parallel to 2002.2), Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Turkey. After a four year gap the CCEB is replacing the former Central and Eastern Eurobarometer. The CCEB surveys gather information from the societies applying to become members of the EU in a way that is comparable with the Standard Eurobarometer. The methodology used is almost identical to that of Standard Eurobarometers. Every survey is carried out on national representative samples of around 1000 respondents aged 15 and over in each country, except Malta and Cyprus where the samples are of 500 respondents, using face-to-face interviewing at the respondents' home. The national samples reflect the structure of population aged 15+ in terms of gender, age, regions of a country, settlement size, education level, and marital status. In each of the 13 candidate countries the surveys are carried out by national institutes associated with and coordinated by the Hungarian office of The GALLUP Organization in Budapest and GALLUP-Europe in Brussels.

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2007
Elgun, Ozlem,  Tillman, Erik R. Exposure to European Union policies and support for membership in the candidate countries. Political Research Quarterly. 60, (3), 391-400.
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2005
Christin, Thomas . Economic and political basis of attitudes towards the EU in Central and East European countries in the 1990s. European Union Politics. 6, (1), 29-57.
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2005
Hug, Simon,  Schulz, Tobias . Using mass survey data to infer political positions. European Union Politics. 6, (3), 339-352.
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2005
Johnson, Debra . The new outsiders of Central and Eastern Europe, with specific reference to Poland. Journal of European Integration / Revue d'Integration Europeenne. 27, (1), 111-131.
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2005
White, Stephen,  Light, Margot,  McAllister, Ian . Russia and the West: Is there a values gap?. International Politics. 42, (3), 314 -
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2004
Caplanova, Anetta,  Orviska, Marta,  Hudson, John . Eastern European attitudes to integration with Western Europe. Journal of Common Market Studies. 42, (2), 271 -
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2004
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions . Perceptions of Living Conditions in an Enlarged Europe. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
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2004
Gallup Organization Hungary . Eurobarometer 2003.4: Public Opinion in the Candidate Countries. Candidate Countries Eurobarometer. Brussels: European Commission.
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2004
Ingham, Mike,  Ingham, Hilary . Enlargement and the labour market: perception, theory and fact. Industrial Relations Journal. 35, (6), 500-517.
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2004
Magyar Gallup Intézet . Candidate Countries Eurobarometer 2003.5: DG Employment and Social Affairs. Full Report. Magyar Gallup Intézet.
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