Eurobarometer Data Service

Eurobarometer 16     October-November 1981     ZA No.  1207

Noise and Other Social Problems

Special Topics:

  • Perception of and attitudes towards noise pollution and other social problems in the neighbourhood
  • Policy preferences

Documents and Data:

  • Study Description (including errata, version tracking, access to data and documents)
  • pdf  Archive variable report
  • Search in Eurobarometer Codebooks / Questionnaires
  • ZACAT online access - dataset v1.0.0 (study and variable retrieval, data browsing, descriptive analysis, data download)

Remarks:

  • Current archive dataset version / update: v1.0.1 (2012)
  • Errata

Publications:

  

 

Sample size

Fieldwork dates Field-Questionnaires  pdf
France 1006 15 Oct 81 - 28 Oct 81 FR
Belgium 971 12 Oct 81 - 20 Nov 81

BE_NL / BE_FR

Netherlands 1011 08 Oct 81 - 21 Oct 81 NL
Germany (West) 962 15 Oct 81 - 09 Nov 81 DE
Italy 1070 16 Oct 81 - 30 Oct 81 IT
Luxembourg 500 08 Oct 81 - 21 Oct 81 LU
Denmark 1009 10 Oct 81 - 18 Oct 81 DK
Ireland 985 14 Oct 81 - 26 Oct 81 IE
Great Britain 1088 15 Oct 81 - 26 Oct 81 GB
Northern Ireland 307 15 Oct 81 - 26 Oct 81 GB_NI
Greece 1000 12 Oct 81 - 24 Oct 81 GR
Questionnaire Copyright and Acknowledgements

Errata:

  • Variable REGION for Great Britain / United Kingdom in EUROBAROMETER 5-10 and 16-31A: Should read "EAST MIDLANDS" instead of "NORTH MIDLANDS".
  • Data for Greece in variable REGION (V95) are dubious. Variable should only be used with caution. (29.01.2004)
  • The documentation for the construction of the "Support for Common Market Index" in the EUROBAROMETER 16 codebook is incorrect. Corrected for ZA deliveries after March 15, 1999.
  • Value labels for variable V74 (FREQUENCY OF CHURCH ATTENDANCE) are not correct in the English language codebook and SPSS control cards. Category '3' has to be corrected as follows:  (3) A FEW TIMES A YEAR. Corrected for ZA deliveries after March 15, 1999.
  • In the case of BELGIUM frequency distribution for V75 (MARITAL STATUS) shows an exceptional high percentage of respondents LIVING AS MARRIED (10.2 percent compared to less than 2 percent in former or later Eurobarometer surveys) and an exceptional low percentage of SINGLEs (6.1 percent compared to at least over 14 percent in former or later Eurobarometer surveys). For Belgium this variable should only be used with caution.
  • Errors have been detected in the COGNITIVE MOBILISATION INDEX variable for Eurobarometer 16, 17, and 19. In Eurobarometer 16 and 17, the indices as constructed reverse the coding scheme documented in the codebooks. In Eurobarometer 19 the index bears no apparent relationship to the variables which were apparently used in its construction. When analyzing this index longitudinally, users should keep in mind that the coding in surveys 16 and 17 is REVERSE of that in other Eurobarometer surveys. Corrected for ZA deliveries after March 15, 1999.
  • CHILDREN IN HOUSEHOLD (V81 and V82): For respondents from the NETHERLANDS category '9' (DK/NA) includes respondents without children (NONE). (ZA September 25, 2006)   

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