The Resource Eurobarometer 47.0: Images of Germany, Consumer Issues, Electronic Information, and Fair Trade Practices, January-February 1997

Eurobarometer 47.0: Images of Germany, Consumer Issues, Electronic Information, and Fair Trade Practices, January-February 1997

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Eurobarometer 47.0: Images of Germany, Consumer Issues, Electronic Information, and Fair Trade Practices, January-February 1997
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Eurobarometer 47.0: Images of Germany, Consumer Issues, Electronic Information, and Fair Trade Practices, January-February 1997
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This round of Eurobarometer surveys queried respondents on standard Eurobarometer measures such as public awareness of and attitudes toward the European Union (EU), and also focused on Germany's image, consumer issues, electronic information services, and the purchase of fair trade products. Respondents were asked about their interest in Germany, the sources used to obtain information about Germany, and their opinion of German Chancellor Helmut Kohl with respect to his ability to further European integration. Respondents were also asked a series of questions relating to consumerism, with an emphasis on the quality of products sold, product safety, consumer protection, consumer legislation, consumer education, and product information. Also covered were prices, financial services, and the transition to the single European currency, the euro. Opinions were elicited on the quality of public services that have been or may be opened to competition, including water, gas, electricity, telephones, rubbish collection, hospitals, courts, mail, motorways, buses, railways, trams, subways, and air travel. A few questions probed for views on environmental issues such as the leading causes of environmental damage and proposed solutions. Other questions focused on respondent knowledge of and purchase of fair trade products. Respondents were asked how many bananas they bought, where and from whom they bought them, and whether they would pay more for bananas if they were produced according to fair trade conditions. Questions about electronic information concerned access to and interest in technologies such as satellite dishes, television decoders, teletext, minitel or videotext, video recorders, computers, CD-ROMs, fax, portable telephones, the Internet, pagers, and cable television. Demographic and other background information provided includes respondent's age, sex, marital status, and left-right political self-placement, as well as household income, number of people residing in the home, and region of residence
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  • Melich, Anna
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Eurobarometer 47.0: Images of Germany, Consumer Issues, Electronic Information, and Fair Trade Practices, January-February 1997
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  • 1997-01-29--1997-02-27
  • 2088
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ICPSR02088.v1
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Eurobarometer 47.0: Images of Germany, Consumer Issues, Electronic Information, and Fair Trade Practices, January-February 1997
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  • 1997-01-29--1997-02-27
  • 2088
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ICPSR02088.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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