Eurobarometer 73.1 January-February 2010 ZA No. 5000
The European Parliament, Biotechnology, and Science and Technology
- The European Parliament (QA)
- Biotechnology (QB) publication Sensitive Technologies and European Public Ethics (FP7 research project)
- Science and Technology (QC) qualitative study
Documents and Data:
- Study description (including version information, errata reporting, variable information, access to questionnaires and data download)
- Archive variable report
- Basic Bilingual Questionnaire
- Original data set and documentation supplied by TNS Opinion&Social
- Question module QA has been surveyed in EU27 only.
- Question modules QB and QC have been surveyed in EU27, in the remaining candidate countries (TR, HR) and also in the EFTA countries Iceland, Switzerland and Norway.
- See also special Eurobarometer release: "Public Understanding of Science in Europe 1989-2005" (ZA4669). Eurobarometer 73.1 replicates a few questions which are also included in the special trend data base.
- Current archive dataset version / update: v4.0.0 (2012)
- Embargo provisions
- TNS Opinion & Social: Special Eurobarometer 340 / Wave 73.1: Science and Technology. Survey requested by the Research Directorate-General and coordinated by the Directorate-General for Communication ('Research and Speechwriting' Unit). Brussels, April 2010.
- European Commission, Directorate General for Research: Qualitative study on the image of science and research policy of the European Union. Study conducted among the citizens of 27 member states. Pan-European report. Survey coordinated by Directorate General for Communication. Brussels, October 2008.
- TNS Opinion & Social: Special Eurobarometer 341 / Wave 73.1: Biotechnology. Survey requested by the Research Directorate-General and coordinated by the Directorate-General for Communication ('Research and Speechwriting' Unit). Brussels, October 2010.
- George Gaskell et.al : Europeans and biotechnology in 2010. Winds of change? A report to the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research. Brussels, October 2010.