Eurobarometer Data Service

Central & Eastern Eurobarometer 1    January-December 1990     ZA No. 2493

Public Opinion in Central and Eastern Europe

Special Topics:

  • Evaluation of the democratic and economic reforms
  • Perception of Europe and the European Community
  • Use of national and western media

Documents and Data:

  • ZACAT online access to complete documentation and data

Remarks:

  • Original data set and documentation supplied by ZEUS (Center for European Survey Analysis and Studies at the University of Mannheim)
  • The surveys conducted in the framework of CEEB 1 were still only loosely coordinated and the data subsequently integrated by the archive. The original single country surveys are available on individual request under ZA study numbers 2252 to 2260 (see: Data Holdings Catalogue).
  • Last updated archive edition as of May 21, 2004

Publications:

  • Jürgen Hofrichter and Ingrid Weller (ZEUS): Central and Eastern Eurobarometer 1. Report on behalf of "Surveys, Research, Analyses" Unit, Directorate X "Audiovisual, Information, Communication, Culture" of the Commission of the European Community. November 1991. 
     

 

Sample size

Fieldwork datesField-Questionnaires
Albania---
Macedonia/FYROM---
Slovenia---
Bulgaria1492Dec 90BG
Romania---
Hungary (1)989Oct 90HU
Czechoslovakia (2)1478 / 1490Jan 90 / Oct 90CSHH_01 / CSHH_10
Czech Republic---
Slovakia---
Poland1014Oct 90PL
GDR (3)837 / 1085May 90 / May 91DD / DE_E
Greater Moscow504May 90SU_MOW
European USSR (4)2065Jun 90SU
European Russia---
Russian Federation---
Armenia---
Georgia---
Moldova---
Belarus---
Ukraine---
Estonia---
Latvia---
Lithuania---
Kazakhstan---
Croatia---
Yugoslavia (Serbia/Montenegro)---
Questionnaire Copyright and Acknowledgements

(1) Additional survey carried out in August 1989; data not available due to technical problems
(2) Two separate surveys
(3) Second survey in former GDR territory
(4) Residents of the Republics of: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia, Georgia, Armenia, and the part of Russia west of the Ural mountains. The primary sample of 1590 interviews was expanded by an additional sample, anticipating high non-response rates.

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