Euro-barometer 21: Political Cleavages in the European Community, April 1984 (ICPSR 8263)

Published: Dec 10, 1996

Principal Investigator(s):
Jacques-Rene Rabier; Helene Riffault; Ronald Inglehart


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This study explores public attitudes in the ten member nations of the European Economic Community. The monitoring of attitudes on European integration, life satisfaction, and social goals undertaken in previous Euro-Barometers was continued in this data collection. Respondents were asked questions regarding the European Community, specifically which nations they would prefer not be members of the Community. Respondents were also questioned concerning their consumer attitudes and buying habits, particularly concerning foreign products. German and British respondent attitudes toward present levels of government spending in a number of areas were also investigated. Additional questions, asked in Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Great Britain, measure respondent support for various political movements, such as ecology and anti-nuclear groups.

Rabier, Jacques-Rene, Riffault, Helene, and Inglehart, Ronald. Euro-barometer 21:  Political Cleavages in the European Community, April 1984. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1996-12-10.

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1984-03 -- 1984-04

This version contains data for previously restricted variables.

Multi-stage national probability samples or national stratifed quota samples.

Total national populations aged 15 years and older.

survey data




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