Eurobarometer public opinion surveys have been carried out in all member states of the European Union since 1973. Eurobarometer 55.2 was a special survey collected in 2001 and designed to elicit information on European experience and perception of science and technology. One question, of identical form in all states, asked respondents about their sources of information about science, and requested them to rank them in order of importance. The items were: Television, Radio, Press, Scientific Magazines, Internet, School and University.
The data is a design data frame generated from the original data using
Each row represents a (derived) paired comparison response pattern crossclassified by the categorical subject covariates
The columns are:
design vector for Television
design vector for Radio
design vector for Newspapers and magazine
design vector for Scientific magazines
design vector for The internet
design vector for School/University
Gender: Factor with 2 levels: (1) male, (2) female
Age: Factor with 4 levels: (1) 15–24, (2) 25–39, (3) 40–54, (4) 55+
The original data contained 16 029 cases, after removal of cases with missing values and improper rankings this design data frame is based on 12216 observations.
Christensen, T. (2001). Eurobarometer 55.2: Europeans, science and technology. Technical report, European Opinion Research Group, Commission of the European Communities, Brussels.
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