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APPENDIX B European Community Survey, 1970 1 HE following questionnaire was administered to representative national samples of the publics of the six Common Market countries in February/March, 1970. The numbers appearing beside each question are the variable numbers in the ICPR data set. Variable number 1 is the interview number. Variables 2-10 are sex, age, occupation, education, size of community and province. Variable 11 is nationality, coded as follows: 1 Germany 2 Belgium 3 Netherlands 4 Luxembourg 5 France 6 Italy May I ask you now how your household is made up according to age and sex? Would you begin with the oldest, down to the youngest , without omitting yourself. V2 Sex: V3 Age, in years: V4 Head of House: 1 Male 2 Female Codes: 0 16-20 1 21-24 2 25-29 3 30-34 4 35-39 5 40-44 6 45-49 7 50-54 8 55-64 9 65+ 1 Respondent is head of household 432 — Appendix B 2 Respondent is not head of household V5 Profession of Respondent: 0 Farmer, salaried farm worker 1 Head of business, high-level executive, engineer 2 High-level civil servant, professional 3 Shopkeeper, artisan 4 Clerk, middle-level executive, low or middle-level civil servant 5 Worker 6 Student 7 Housewife 8 Retired, person of independent means, no profession 9 Not ascertained V6 Profession of head of household: 0 Farmer, salaried farm worker 1 Head of business, high-level executive, engineer 2 High-level civil servant, professional 3 Shopkeeper, artisan 4 Clerk, middle-level executive, low or middle-level civil servant 5 Worker 6 Student 7 Housewife 8 Retired, person of independent means, no profession 9 Not ascertained V7 Language usually spoken by the head of the household: (for Belgium and Luxembourg only) 1 Flemish 2 French 7 German 9 NA V8 What is the last institution of learning that you atended, or the institution that you attend now? (Codes vary from country to country.) V9 Size of community in which respondent lives (Codes vary from country to country). Appendix B — 433 VlO Province, Land or department in which respondent lives (Codes vary from country to country). Vl 1-19 Do you know the names of the countries which belong to the Common Market, or the European Economic Community to use the official name? (INT. DON'T SUGGEST ANYTHING. ALLOW THE RESPONDENT TIME TO THINK. NOTE ALL THE COUNTRIES NAMED). Suppose there were a referendum today in the countries of the Common Market to decide on the following questions, how would you vote? V20 Are you for or against the evolution of the Common Market toward the formation of a United States of Europe? 1 For 2 Against 3 Don't know/no answer (for France, code 9 is used). V21 Are you for or against the entrance of Great Britain into the Common Market? 1 For 2 Against 3 D.k./no ans. V22 Are you for or against the election of a European parliament by direct universal suffrage—that is, a parliament elected by all the citizens of the member countries? 1 For 2 Against 3 D.k./no ans. V23 Would you accept it if there were, over the (Belgian) government , a European government responsible for a common policy in the areas of foreign affairs, defense and the economy ? 1 For (would accept) 2 Against (would not accept) 3 D.k./no ans. V24 If a president of the United States of Europe were being elected by universal suffrage, would you vote for a candidate who wasn't (Belgian) if his personality and program corresponded better to your ideas than those of the (Belgian) candidates? 1 Would vote for a non-(Belgian) candidate 434 — Appendix B 2 Would not vote for non-(Belgian) 3 D.k./no ans. V25 Would you say that you are favorable, somewhat favorable, indifferent, somewhat unfavorable, or very unfavorable to European unification? 1 Very favorable 2 Somewhat favorable 3 Indifferent 4 Somewhat unfavorable 5 Very unfavorable 6 D.k./no ans. Would you be favorable, opposed or indifferent to . . . V26 The (Belgian) currency being replaced by a European currency V27 The (Belgian) team in the next Olympic games being merged into a European team V28 The (Belgian) flag being replaced by a European flag in large ceremonies Favorable 1 1 1 Opposed 2 2 2 Indifferent 3 3 3 D.kJ no ans. 4 4 4 Among the following countries, which do not belong to the Common Market...

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ISBN
9781400869589
MARC Record
OCLC
933516258
Pages
496
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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