Eurobarometer Data Service

Candidate Countries EB 2003.4     October-November 2003     ZA No. 3986

Topics:

  • Life in the candidate countries
  • Political participation and trust in institutions
  • National and European identity
  • Attitudes towards and information about the EU
  • Important national and international issues
  • Common foreign and security policy
  • Attitudes towards and knowledge about enlargement process
  • The future of Europe
  • European elections
  • Attitudes towards defrauding the European Union and its budget (OLAF)*
  • Trust in opinion polls

Documents and Data:

  • ZACAT online access to documentation and data 

Remarks:

  • Fieldwork coordination and dataset integration by GALLUP EUROPE 
  • The special module on Defrauding in the EU (OLAF) was formerly available separately as ZA study 3985.
  • Comparable data are available in the framework of Standard Eurobarometer 60.1 (ZA3938)   
  • Last update: January 26, 2006

Publications:

  • Gallup International Hungary: Eurobarometer 2003.4. Public Opinion in the Candidate Countries. Full Report. Survey requested and coordinated by the Directorate General Press and Communication. December 2003 [see CCEB reports]
  • pdf Gallup International Hungary: Eurobarometer 2003.4. Public Opinion in the Candidate Countries. Attitudes related to Defrauding the European Union and its Budget. Survey requested by the European Office in the Fight against Fraud (OLAF). December 2003
 

Sample size

Fieldwork datesField-Questionnaires pdf
Bulgaria100014 Oct 03 - 29 Oct 03BG
Cyprus50011 Oct 03 - 27 Oct 03CY
Czech Republic100011 Oct 03 - 31 Oct 03CZ
Estonia101414 Oct 03 - 28 Oct 03EE_EE / EE_RU
Hungary101714 Oct 03 - 05 Nov 03HU
Latvia100116 Oct 03 - 31 Oct 03LV_LV / LV_RU
Lithuania101515 Oct 03 - 30 Oct 03LT_LT / LT_RU
Malta50013 Oct 03 - 30 Oct 03MT
Poland100011 Oct 03 - 30 Oct 03PL
Romania104011 Oct 03 - 29 Oct 03RO
Slovakia107814 Oct 03 - 27 Oct 03SK
Slovenia100010 Oct 03 - 10 Nov 03SI
Turkey100017 Oct 03 - 27 Oct 03TR
Questionnaire Copyright and Acknowledgements

© GESIS Meinhard Moschner