Eurobarometer Data Service

Eurobarometer 26     October-November 1986     ZA No.  1544

Energy Problems

Special Topics:

  • Attitudes concerning energy problems and nuclear power 
  • Transportation and traffic safety

Documents and Data:

Remarks:

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

Publications:

  •   Commission of the European Communities: Euro-Barometer 26. Brussels, December 1986. (Also available in German).

  •   Commission of the European Communities: European Public Opinion and the Energy Problem in 1986. Brussels, January 1988.

  • Kommission der Europäischen Gemeinschaften: Die öffentliche Meinung Europas zu Energiefragen 1986 - Fakten und Meinungen. Brüssel, Mai 1987.

  • Commission of the European Communities: Europeans and Road Safety. Brussels, March 1987.

  

Sample size

Fieldwork datesField-Questionnaires
France99524 Oct 86 - 14 Nov 86 FR
Belgium99930 Sep 86 - 14 Oct 86

BE_NL / BE_FR

Netherlands102616 Oct 86 -24 Oct 86NL
Germany (West)108506 Oct 86 - 31 Oct 86 DE
Italy109809 Oct 86 - 27 Oct 86 IT
Luxembourg30113 Oct 86 - 04 Nov 86 LU
Denmark99715 Oct 86 - 28 Oct 86 DK
Ireland100709 Oct 86 - 31 Oct 86 IE
Great Britain100018 Oct 86 - 11 Nov 86 GB
Northern Ireland31918 Oct 86 - 11 Nov 86 GB_NI
Greece100002 Oct 86 - 20 Oct 86 GR
Spain101013 Oct 86 - 27 Oct 86 ES
Portugal100008 Oct 86 - 04 Nov 86 PT
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".
  • Value labels for categories 3 and 5 have been exchanged for variables V15 ECONOMIC SITUATION COMPARED and V16 FINANCIAL SITUATION COMPARED. The correct labels are: 1.  GOT A LOT BETTER; 2.  GOT A LITTLE BETTER; 3.  GOT A LITTLE WORSE; 4.  GOT A LOT WORSE; 5.   STAYED THE SAME; 0.  DK, NA. The value labels in the codebook and in the SPSS file have been corrected accordingly for ZA deliveries after March 16, 1999.
  • SIZE OF COMMUNITY (V219) category 7 for Germany should be labelled '500.000 and more'.  

© GESIS Meinhard Moschner