Eurobarometer 43.0: Cross-border purchases, smoking habits, and cancer risks, March-April 1995

This study is part of the collection Eurobarometer

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Karlheinz Reif - Commission of the European Communities

Eric Marlier - Commission of the European Communities

Description:

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 cross-border purchases, tobacco smoking habits, and risks of cancer. Respondents were queried about what consumer products they purchased from other member countries, their satisfaction with products purchased from member countries, and any complaints made in connection with cross-border purchases. The respondents were also asked about their attitudes and behavior toward smoking. Questions focused on the type of tobacco products used, the number of cigarettes consumed daily, the desire of smokers to limit their consumption, the attitudes of both smokers and nonsmokers toward the use of tobacco products in public, opinions regarding regulations prohibiting smoking in some public places, feelings about smoke in the workplace, and the advertising of tobacco products. A number of questions dealt with major diseases, the prevention of cancer, conditions causing increased risks of cancer, and knowledge of the ´Europea

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Responsible department/unit:

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Karlheinz Reif - Commission of the European Communities

Eric Marlier - Commission of the European Communities

Identifiers:

SND-ID: SND 0507

Alternative title:

EB43.0

Description:

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 cross-border purchases, tobacco smoking habits, and risks of cancer. Respondents were queried about what consumer products they purchased from other member countries, their satisfaction with products purchased from member countries, and any complaints made in connection with cross-border purchases. The respondents were also asked about their attitudes and behavior toward smoking. Questions focused on the type of tobacco products used, the number of cigarettes consumed daily, the desire of smokers to limit their consumption, the attitudes of both smokers and nonsmokers toward the use of tobacco products in public, opinions regarding regulations prohibiting smoking in some public places, feelings about smoke in the workplace, and the advertising of tobacco products. A number of questions dealt with major diseases, the prevention of cancer, conditions causing increased risks of cancer, and knowledge of the ´Europea

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Language:

Swedish

Time period(s) investigated:

1995-03-22 — 1995-04-21

Unit of analysis:

Population:

The population of any nationality of an EU-member country, aged 15 years and over, resident in any of the Member States of the European Community

Publications

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European Commission (1995) Eurobarometer. Public Opinion in the European Union. Report on Standard Eurobarometer 43. Brussel: Commission of the European Communities.

Reif, K., & Inglehart, R. (eds.) (1991) Euro-Barometer: The Dynamics of European Opinion. London: MacMillan.

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Version 1.0:

1997-10-22 doi:10.5878/001052

Available documentation:

Eurobarometer 43.0: Cross-border purchases, smoking habits, and cancer risks, March-April 1995

Citation:

Karlheinz Reif, Eric Marlier, Commission of the European Communities. Commission of the European Communities (1997). Eurobarometer 43.0: Cross-border purchases, smoking habits, and cancer risks, March-April 1995. Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.0. https://doi.org/10.5878/001052

Data format / data structure:

Numeric

Data collection:

Mode of collection: Face-to-face interview

Time period(s) for data collection: 1995-03-22 — 1995-04-21

Source of the data: Population group

Variables:

168

Number of individuals/objects:

16238