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  • #667

    Boleslawiec
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    The idea is fine, but we still havent decided if we leave open-enden questions.

    We can write everything in the questionnaire but later we have to do the research.
    I say we leave qualitative part of the research in the video interviews, there the respondents may expand on their opinions.
    I will the survey stricly as quantitive type of research. It simplifies the whole thing.

    • Questa risposta è stata modificata 11 mesi, 3 settimane fa da  Boleslawiec.
    #669

    Boleslawiec
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    *I will go only with the survey- stricly as quantitive type of research. It simplifies the whole thing.

    We need to decide asap if have the final version of the questionnaire.

    #670

    Boleslawiec
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    Below there’s a version of the questionnaire that we’ve prepared.
    I’d say it is a comprosise one (one easy to analyse open question) 🙂
    I’d like to send it tommorrow to Elisabetta, so if you have any more suggests please express it now.

    Ladies and gentlemen,
    The main purpose of this study is to examine how the European Union is perceived nowadays by its citizens.
    This study is part of a project in which seven EU countries are involved. Answering to this questions won’t take you a lot of time yet will be very helpful to us. All answers will be calculated all together. That’s why your anonymity is guaranteed.
    Thank you in advance!

    1. Name three words you think of when you hear “European Union”
    ________
    ________
    _________
    2. Are you content with the fact that your country is a part of the EU ?

    Definitely yes
    Rather yes
    Hard to say
    Rather no
    Definitely no

    3. Do you feel European ?

    Yes (go on with question 4)
    No (go on with question 5)

    4. I DO feel European because (more than one option is available):

    I share the main principles of the EU
    I think that integrity of countries is important for peace
    I believe that national identity is protected by the main EU values
    My country is located in EU borders
    EU has a strong commitment to human rights
    EU has a strong commitment to preventing discrimination
    I share the same currency
    I can travel all around the EU (no borders)

    5. I DO NOT feel European because (more than one option is available):

    I identify myself first and foremost as a person of my nation
    I cannot share EU values
    I do not believe that EU funds are correctly divided between EU countries
    I don’t feel EU institutions represent my interests
    I feel as EU limits my country members sovereignty

    6. What is needed to feel “European” from your point of view? (more than one option is available)

    Being EU citizen
    Taking part in EU activities/ projects, like exchanges
    Living in a european country
    Making friends in other european countries
    Being born in Europe
    Voting in EU Parliament elections
    Being in the Euro-zone

    7. What advantages have you received of the EU membership? (more than one option is available):

    I can travel all around the EU
    EU has helped modernize my country
    Reduced prices of making mobile phone calls abroad
    EU social charter enshrines protection for workers (maximum working week; fair pay for employment)
    Easier access to education in other European countries
    Easier access to labour market in other countries
    I haven´t received any

    8. How does the EU affects your life? (more than one option is available):

    I feel safe and secure
    Free movement of labor and capital
    Political stability
    Reduced costs and prices for consumers because of the free trade
    it is easier to work abroad without having to retrain in different national qualifications
    EU doesn´t affect in my life

    9. Do EU institutions have a capacity to cope with challenges?

    Definitely yes
    Rather yes
    No opinion
    Rather no
    Definitely no

    10. What would you like to change about EU? (more than one option is available):

    Social policy;
    Migration policy;
    Financial policy;
    Agricultural policy;
    Defense policy;
    Institutional level of EU;

    11. Is diversity, in your opinion, important for the EU?

    Definitely yes
    Rather yes
    No opinion
    Rather no
    Definitely no

    12. Do you think that Europe’s response to immigration and humanitarian aid is good?

    Definitely yes
    Rather yes
    No opinion
    Rather no
    Definitely no

    13. In my opinion the future of Europe is:

    Positive
    Negative
    Hard to say

    14. Do you think the EU should unite more ?

    Definitely yes
    Rather yes
    No opinion
    Rather no
    Definitely no

    General information about yourself:

    15. Where are you from?

    Bergerac (France)
    Bolesławiec (Poland)
    Byala (Bulgaria)
    Daugavpils (Latvia)
    Faenza (Italy)
    Schwäbisch Gmünd (Germany)
    Talavera (Spain)

    16. Gender

    Male
    Female

    17. Born between:

    1946-1964
    1965-1979
    1980-1989
    1990-2000
    After 2000

    #671

    Boleslawiec
    Partecipante

    *17. Born between:

    Before 1946
    1946-1964
    1965-1979
    1980-1989
    1990-2000
    After 2000

    #672

    Boleslawiec
    Partecipante

    We have to change answering option in question nr 8,
    because while translating right now I came to realise that we also must people a chance to answer
    in a way that EU affects their lifes in negative way. Otherwise this question is taking sides.

    So we have to add those “negative” options. Ideas ?

    Staszek.

    #673

    Boleslawiec
    Partecipante

    My suggestion for those option ( balanced positive, negative + 1 neutral)

    8. How does the EU affects your life? (more than one option is available):

    Free movement of labor and capital
    Political stability
    Reduced costs and prices for consumers because of the free trade
    it is easier to work abroad without having to retrain in different national qualifications
    EU doesn´t affect in my life
    EU changes the tradition and customs in my country,
    Eu law is more importnant than law in my country
    My country is dependent towards richer countries of the EU.

    Shall we add that ?

    Staszek

    #674

    Boleslawiec
    Partecipante

    *My country is dependent towards EU.

    It is more general 🙂

    #675

    Talavera
    Partecipante

    Happy new year!

    Now back to work …

    It is difficult to do a questionnaire if there hasn´t been a previous research. Some questions and answers end up being biased …

    About the new answer much better: My country is dependent towards EU that richest countries.

    I would eliminate this answer: “The law of the EU is more important than the law in my country”. It is similar to the last answer.

    Idoya

    #676

    Boleslawiec
    Partecipante

    8. How does the EU affects your life? (more than one option is available):

    Free movement of labor and capital
    Political stability
    Reduced costs and prices for consumers because of the free trade
    it is easier to work abroad without having to retrain in different national qualifications
    EU doesn´t affect in my life
    EU changes the tradition and customs in my country,
    My country is dependent towards EU.

    So this would be the final version of the 8 question ?

    Elisabetta is going to be at work on 7.01, so I will send her this update, so she can send it to all partners.
    Almost nobody checks this forum … 🙂

    Staszek

    #700

    Boleslawiec
    Partecipante

    Hello,

    this is the version discussed with Evgenyi. I think this is ok.

    After 4 pm I am sending to Elisabetta as a final one.

    8. How does the EU affects your life? (more than one option is available):

    Basic rule of Europe we can use is free movement of labor and capital
    Political stability
    As final consumers we pay reasonable prices because free trade reduces the costs
    It is easier to work abroad without having to retrain in different national qualifications
    EU doesn´t affect my life
    EU changes the tradition and customs in my country
    My country is dependent towards EU and this is good for us.
    My country is dependent towards EU and this is bad for us

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