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TTS2011Toplines

TTS2011Toplines

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20112011
 
TECHNICAL NOTE
Transatlantic Trend Survey 2011
is a project of the German Marshall Fund of the UnitedStates and the Compagnia di San Paolo (Italy) with additional support from the Luso-American Foundation (Portugal), Fundación BBVA (Spain) and
 
the Tipping Point Foundation(Bulgaria).
Fieldwork
The fieldwork was coordinated by TNS opinion.Interviews were conducted between 25/05/2011 and 20/06/2011 by the following institutes:Germany TNS EMNID BielefeldFrance Efficience 3 ReimsItaly TNS Italy RomeNetherlands Efficience 3 ReimsPortugal TNS EUROTESTE LisbonSpain TNS Demoscopia MadridUnited Kingdom ICM LondonPoland TNS OBOP WarsawSlovakia TNS SK s.r.o. BratislavaTurkey TNS PIAR IstanbulBulgaria TNS BBSS SofiaRomania TNS BBSS SofiaUSA TNS US and Universal Survey New YorkSweden TNS SIFO AB StockholmEach national sample is representative of the population aged 18 years and above.The sample sizes amount to approximately 1000 respondents in each country.Germany 1000France 1000Italy 1002Netherlands 1000Portugal 1000Spain 1002United Kingdom 1001Poland 1000Slovakia 1004Turkey 1000Bulgaria 1012Romania 1018USA 1000Sweden 1003
Methodology:
Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (except in Poland, Slovakia, Turkey, Bulgaria andRomania where face-to-face interviews were conducted due to the low telephone penetrationrate in these five countries). The basic sample design applied in all states is multi-stagerandom (probability). In each household, the respondent was drawn at random (followingthe "closest birthday rule"). Up to 5 call-backs for telephone interviews and 4 visits in totalfor face-to-face interviews were attempted before dropping a potential respondent.
 
NOTE TO READERS
The summary topline report shows results for each of the 14 countries surveyed. In 2011Sweden was also included:
 
USA
 
FR = France
 
GER = Germany
 
UK= The United Kingdom
 
IT = Italy
 
NL = The Netherlands
 
PL = Poland
 
PT = Portugal
 
SP = Spain
 
SK = Slovakia
 
TR = Turkey
 
BG = Bulgaria
 
RO = Romania
 
SE=SwedenResults for Europe as a whole are also indicated. In order to compare with the previousresults, we have processed 4 separate totals for the results of Europe:
 
Europe 7 (EU 7)
: Results for “Europe” based on seven European countries: UnitedKingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland and Portugal..
 
Europe 9 (EU 9)
: Results for “Europe” based on 9 European countries – France,Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and UnitedKingdom.
 
Europe 11 (EU 11)
: Results for “Europe” based on 11 European countries – Europe9 plus Bulgaria, Romania.
 
Europe 12 (EU 12)
: Results for “Europe” based on 12 European countries surveyed– Europe 11 plus Sweden.The figures given for Europe are weighted on the basis of the adult population in each of theEuropean countries. In addition, for all countries, all new questions since 2010 are weightedusing specified country demographic weights.
 
w1:
Stage 1 – selection probability weight applied to all countries
 
 
w2:
Stage 2 – Correction for dual frame countries Spain, Italia, Portugal
 
w3:
Stage 3 – Socio-demographic weights for all countries (gender, education,region) and for the US also on race
 
 
w3capped:
Based on weight w3 but capped to 0.3 and 3.5
 
 
w3_US_without_race:
Socio-demographic weight for the US, race not included
 
 
w3cap_US_without_race:
Socio-demographic weight for the US, race not included,capped at 0.3 and 3.5
 
Where available, data from the “Transatlantic Trends 2009”, “Transatlantic Trends 2008”, “Transatlantic Trends 2007”, “Transatlantic Trends 2006”, “Transatlantic Trends 2005”, “Transatlantic Trends 2004”, “Transatlantic Trends 2003” surveys and the “Worldviews 2002” survey are provided. For purposes of comparison, figures are shown below the 2010corresponding figure, in italic. The results of Worldviews 2002 are based on the 6 Europeancountries surveyed (United Kingdom, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy and Poland).In order to simplify the presentation of the results, they have been included in the columnEurope 7.All figures are expressed in percentage terms. In questions where [Europe\the UnitedStates] or [European Union\the United States] figures, the former item is asked in Europeand the latter in the United States.

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