Eurobarometer Data Service

Eurobarometer contacts and communication

Please don't hesitate to contact one of the the following institutions, whenever you might need additional information or clarification, always in accordance with to the institution's role and responsibility in the Eurobarometer context.

  • European Commission - principal investigator issues (e.g. survey design and question program, survery reporting, embargo provisions ...)
  • Fieldwork institutes - survey implementation and coordination issues
  • GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Germany) - archive data service issues, data processing and data documentation, errata, bibliographic information etc.  
  • ICPSR (USA) - archive data service issues, data processing and data documentation 
  • Social Science Data Archives - local archive support in other countries

European Commission - Eurobarometer unit

The European Commission, almost from the start in the 1970s, is kindly granting open access to Eurobarometer primary (micro) data through the Social Science Data Archives, summing up to a stock of some 600 cross-country studies in the GESIS data catalogue

For information on principal investigator issues (e.g. survey design, question program ...) or requests regarding the official Eurobarometer reports or tabular volumes of aggregated results, please contact the European Commission, Directorate General Communication, COMM.A.1.: Strategy, Corporate Communication Actions and Eurobarometer.

Address:

European Commission
COMM.A.1 BERL 05/216
B-1049 Bruxelles/Brussel
Belgium

 
  • Ian BARBER (Head of the COMM.A.1 unit)
  • David VOIDIES (Head of the Eurobarometer sector)
Phone:(32.2) 299.11.11 (Switchboard)
Fax: (32.2) 298.04.11
E-Mail: Eurobarometer(at)ec.europa(dot)eu
Homepage: http://ec.europa.eu/COMMFrontOffice/PublicOpinion

Fieldwork implementation and coordination

Eurobarometer surveys are currently implemented for the European Commission by: 

Standard & special topic Eurobarometer (62 ff.)

 

Flash and target group Eurobarometer (331 ff.)

   
     
Address:TNS opinion
Rue Jules Cockx, 8-10
1160 Brussels
Belgium
 
 Address:TNS
political & social

Contact:

Pascal Chelala
Managing Director

 

 Contact:

Leendert de Voogd
Global Head

 

Phone: +32.2.66.118.66 Phone: +32.2.66.118.66 
Fax: +32.2.66.118.67 Fax: +32.2.66.118.67
E-Mail: tns@tns-opinion.com  E-Mail:
Homepage:

www.tns-opinion.com

 

 

 Homepage:TNS Infratest-Politikforschung

 

Fieldwork History

Eurobarometer data service at GESIS

Eurobarometer data service at GESIS

For requests concerning the access to Eurobarometer primary data and related documentation (e.g. questionnaires) for re-analysis in the context of social science research or training, please contact the GESIS Data Archive for the Social Sciences (formerly GESIS-ZA / Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung). We especially appreciate any feedback on:

  • irregularities which might be discovered when using data and/or documentation
  • research results and related publications of any kind based on Eurobarometer data
 
Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
Data Archive for the Social Sciences (DAS)
 


Address:

Travel Info
Unter Sachsenhausen 6-8
50667 Köln (Cologne)
Germany

Contact:

Boris Heizmann (as of July 1, 2016)
Phone: 0221-47694-460 --- international 0049-221-47694-460
Fax (central): 0221-47694-199 --- international 0049-221-47694-199
E-Mail: eurobarometer-dataservice@gesis.org
Eurobarometer
Data Service:


http://www.gesis.org/eurobarometer/
    (Microsite)

Other GESIS services: http://www.gesis.org/en/services/

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Eurobarometer data service at ICPSR

Since the mid 1970s (906 KB) and until 1992 the Eurobarometer data processing and variable documentation on part of the social science data archives was handled by ICPSR. This applies to Standard and Special Eurobarometer up to wave 33. With the subsequent commencement of a cooperative agreement between ICPSR and GESIS (at that time GESIS-ZA, Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung) responsibilties were shared. Both archives are providing identical data sets, notwithstanding different archive study identification numbers.

At ICPSR member institutions Standard and Special Eurobarometer, Candidate Countries and Central & Eastern Eurobarometer are available online through ICPSR DIRECT. For more information on Eurobarometer data access at ICPSR member institutions you might contact your local official representative or ICPSR directly:


  Postal Address

The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor
P.O. Box 1248
Michigan 48106-1248
USA
 

  Contact:

Peter Granda
Assistant Archival Director
  Phone: (001) 734-615-2977
  Fax: (001) 734-647-8700
  E-Mail: netmail(at)icpsr.umich(dot)edu
  Homepage: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/

 

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International Eurobarometer data service

If preferred, users might order Eurobarometer data via one of the CESSDA or IFDO (if not available switch to URL: http://ifdo.org/wordpress/) data archives in their respective home country, or might ask their staff for for local support. Members of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research or researcher at member institutes have privileged access through the ICPSR data service (ICPSRDirect).

The following archives offer support for international access to Eurobarometer data:

ADP - Arhiv Druzboslovnih Podatkov  Slovenia WWW e-mail
ASSDA - Australian Social Science Data Archive  Australia WWW e-mail
BASS - Belgium Archives for Social Sciences  Belgium discontinued
DANS - Data Archiving and Networked Services (formerly Steinmetz / NIWI)  Netherlands WWW e-mail
DDA - Dansk Data Arkiv  Denmark WWW e-mail
ESTA - Estonian Social Science Data Archive (formerly ESSDA)  Estonia WWW e-mail
FORS-DARIS - Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences - Data and Research Information Services (until 2007 SIDOS)  Switzerland WWW e-mail
FSD - Finnish Social Science Data Archive  Finland WWW e-mail
GESIS (DAS) - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
(Data Archive for the Social Sciences, formerly GESIS-ZA,  Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung)
 Germany Staff & Contact
ICPSR - Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research -  USA Staff & Contact
ISSDA - Irish Social Science Data Archive  Ireland WWW e-mail
NSD - Norwegian Social Science Data Services  Norway WWW e-mail
PROGEDO - Réseau Quetelet (formerly CDSP)  France WWW
WWW
e-mail
SADA - South African Data Archive  South Africa WWW e-mail
SND - Swedish National Data Service (formerly SSD)  Sweden WWW e-mail
So.Da.Net - Social Data Network  (formerly EKKE) Greece WWW - EL (EN under construction)
TARKI - The Tárki Data Archive  Hungary WWW e-mail
UK DATA SERVICE (formerly UK-DA)  U.K. WWW e-mail
Unidata – Bicocca Data Archive (formerly ADPSS-Sociodata Archive)  Italy

WWW

e-mail
WISDOM - Wiener Institut für Sozialwissenschaftliche Dokumentation und Methodik  Austria

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Eurobarometer mailing list

ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) and GESIS are maintaining a mailing list, EUROBAROMETER, in order to provide a venue for researchers to interact with each other and to increase communication between the archives and the Eurobarometer user community. The Mailing List is not moderated and its value depends on the use made of it by the participants. In particular Eurobarometer related archive news is regularly circulated through the list, e.g. annoucements on new data releases.

You can easily subscribe, unsubscribe, or browse list archives through a web form:

If you prefer, you may also still subscribe the "old fashioned way" sending email to

Once you are a member of this mailing list, you will receive all messages sent to the list and be able to respond if you wish. You may write or respond to every participant on EUROBAROMETER by using the following address:

Remember, any such message goes to everyone on the list! If you want to send a private message, simply use the normal e-mail procedures. If you want to respond individually to a message that has gone out to everyone on the list, you will need to manually change the return address so that it is directed to that individual. By default replies go to everyone.

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