Eurobarometer Data Service

Eurobarometer 55.0     March-April 2001     ZA No.  3506

European Union Enlargement, the Euro, and Dialogue on Europe

Special Topics:

  • The common European currency (EURO)
  • The enlargement of the European Union
  • Information about the European Union, the dialogue with its institutions and its future (Dialogue on Europe)

Documents and Data:

Remarks:

  • No standard trend questions, reduced demographics
     
  • Current archive dataset version / update: v1.0.1 (2012)
  • Errata

Publications:

  • pdf  European Opinion Research Group (EORG): EUROBAROMETER 2001 – SPECIAL EDITION. Survey carried out for the European Commission's Representations in the Member States. National Highlights. Brussels. June 2001 (also available in French).

  

 

Sample size

Fieldwork dates Field-Questionnaires pdf
France 1003 06 Mar 01 - 24 Mar 01 FR
Belgium 1071 08 Mar 01 - 30 Mar 01

BE_NL / BE_FR

Netherlands 1021 05 Mar 01 - 19 Apr 01 NL
Germany (West) 1016 06 Mar 01 - 23 Mar 01 DE_W
Italy 997 05 Mar 01 - 19 Apr 01 IT
Luxembourg 629 05 Mar 01 - 04 Apr 01 LU_LU / LU_FR
Denmark 1000 09 Mar 01 - 24 Apr 01 DK
Ireland 985 13 Mar 01 - 04 Apr 01 IE
Great Britain 1004 05 Mar 01 - 04 Apr 01 GB
Northern Ireland 309 05 Mar 01 - 04 Apr 01 GB_NI
Greece 1005 07 Mar 01 - 25 Apr 01 GR
Spain 1000 07 Mar 01 - 29 Mar 01 ES
Portugal 1001 09 Mar 01 - 01 Apr 01 PT
Germany (East) 1015 06 Mar 01 - 24 Mar 01 DE_E
Finland 1028 05 Mar 01 - 24 Apr 01 FI_FI / FI_SE
Sweden 981 05 Mar 01 - 16 Apr 01 SE
Austria 1034 09 Mar 01 - 26 Mar 01 AT
Questionnaire Copyright and Acknowledgements

Errata:

  • Data and documentation for Q.15a (NUTS 2 Regions benefiting from European Union enlargement) are dubious. Data for Q.15a are collapsed into three of 43 categories (plus 'missing values') and the respective country specific regions are not documented. Answer categories for open question Q.15b are not completely documented.
  • Please notice erroneous coding for basic British regions in P7_GB and accordingly in all derived variables. At least GREATER LONDON (16) and KENT (18) seem to be exchanged. This variable should only be used with caution. The principal investigator has been contacted. [12.09.03] 
  • D.29 for ITALY: the income categories 1 to 5 are erroneous. The correct income categories in accordance with the Italian field questionnaire are: (1) up to 750.000 L; (2) 750.001-1.000.000 L; (3) 1.000.001-1.500.000 L; (4) 1.500.001-1.750.000 L; (5) 1.750.001-2.000.000 L. [ZA 06.07.05]

© GESIS Meinhard Moschner