This survey has been requested and co-ordinated by the Europe House Slaovnksi Brod, for the purpose of Homo Europeanus – Overcoming Knowledge Deficit project, which is mplementing in the frame of Europe for Citizens program. Aim of the survey is to explore how people perceive EU and its institutions, Juncers 10 political priorites; to examine whether (non)EU citizens feel that their voice counts in the EU; to look at the main concerns of Europeans at national and at European level; how respondents perceive the current economic situation, what they expect for the next period. One part addresses the question of European citizenship, cizenship education. last part focuses on citizens’ opinions on priority issues: investment, industry, energy, trade and migration.
Survey was carried out between 15 October and 23 November 2015, on the basis of on line questionary and face to face interview with 6000 citizens and aged 15 years and over, in the 12 countries: the 9 European Union (EU) Member States and 3 candidate countries (the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia). All interviews were conducted face-to-face in people’s and in the appropriate national language. In each country, a number of sampling points was not drawn with probability proportional to population size. Disegners of surevey suggestd that each partner organizaiton interviewed 500 respondents. But sampling points represent the whole territory of the countries surveyed according to the distribution of the resident population of the respective nationalities in terms of metropolitan (big cites), urban (samll cities) and rural area
The survey contains 70 questions and precisely 2,415 potential combinations of variables – placing them in the correlation.tekst o anketi
For the conference in Belgrad /Deecember 2015/wee have presenedt first results report of on some topics.