Eurobarometer Data Service

Eurobarometer 31     March-April 1989     ZA No.  1750

European Elections 1989: Pre-Election Survey

Special Topics:

  • Attitudes towards the European Parliament and the European Elections (pre-election) 
  • Smoking and dietary habits and prevention of cancer
  • Attitudes towards and knowledge about radioactivity
  • Attitudes towards science and technology in Europe
  • Use of media for news and satellite television
  • Attitudes towards the Single European Market
  • Attitudes towards violence and protest

Documents and Data:

Remarks:

Publications:

  •   Commission of the European Communities: EUROBAROMETER 31. Brussels, June 1989. (Also available in German).

  • Commission des Communautes Européennes: Les Européens et la prevention du cancer. Bruxelles, Decembre 1989.

  • Faits et Opinions: Les Européens et la radioprotection en 1989. Paris, Octobre 1989.

  •   J.R. Durant, J.D. Miller, J.-F. Tchernia, W. van Deelen: Europeans, Science and Technology. Paper for American Association for Advancement of Science in 1991. Washington, D.C.

  • Herrmann Schmitt, Renato Mannheimer: The European Elections of June 1989. Special issue of The European Journal of Political Research (19:1), 1991.

  

Sample size

Fieldwork datesField-Questionnaires
France100513 Mar 89 - 10 Apr 89FR
Belgium100220 Mar 89 - 31 Mar 89

BE_NL / BE_FR

Netherlands102518 Mar 89 - 29 Mar 89 NL
Germany (West)102417 Mar 89 - 05 Apr 89 DE
Italy102220 Mar 89 - 08 Apr 89 IT
Luxembourg30321 Mar 89 - 17 Apr 89 LU
Denmark101417 Mar 89 - 30 Mar 89 DK
Ireland100616 Mar 89 - 05 Apr 89 IE
Great Britain97621 Mar 89 - 05 Apr 89GB
Northern Ireland30003 Apr 89 - 05 Apr 89 GB_NI
Greece100017 Mar 89 - 05 Apr 89 GR
Spain100117 Mar 89 - 05 Apr 89 ES
Portugal100020 Mar 89 - 15 Apr 89 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".
  • The original British data for the AGE variables in Eurobarometer 30 and 31 incorrectly recorded the last two digits of year of birth instead of age at time. In the case of survey no. 30, the variable was recoded as far as possible. For survey no. 31, correct data have subsequently been inserted in the ZA data set. The codebook documentation has been corrected for ZA deliveries after March 15, 1999.

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