Slovene Public Opinion 2016/2: European Social Survey

01. 10. 2018

Author of study: Slavko Kurdija in Brina Malnar

Year of the study: 2016

Key words: Media reading, use of internet, trust, political participation; political party preferences, life satisfaction, attitude towards immigrants, influence of migrations on country's economy, feeling of personal happiness, social networks, fear of crime, estimation of health condition, religious denomination, discrimination, citizenship, climate changes, attitude towards environment, social well-being, social protection

Slovenian Public Opinion (SJM) 2016/2 was conducted as a part of the European Social Survey 2016 (Round 8), which aims to monitor and interpret changing public attitudes and values within Europe and to investigate how they interact with Europe's changing institutions.

Round 8 includes a core module and 2 additional rotating modules on the following topics: Attitudes to Climate Change and Energy and Welfare Attitudes. The survey employs the most rigorous methodologies – it involves strict random probability sampling, and the data was collected by trained interviewers who visited respondents at their home, based on the list of names and addresses.

The sample includes 1307 inhabitants of the Republic of Slovenia, older than 15 years.

The study was conducted under the auspices of the Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana.

Kurdija, S. in Malnar, B. (2018). Kurdija, S. in Malnar, B. (2018). Slovene Public Opinion 2016/2: European Social Survey [Data file]. Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana, Social Science Data Archives. ADP - IDNo: SJM162. Retrieved from: https://www.adp.fdv.uni-lj.si/opisi/sjm162

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