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14.07.2020

COVID-19 survey module to be part of European Social Survey

A survey module developed by Kostas Gemenis, a senior researcher at the MPIfG, and Levente Littvay from the Central European University, European University Institute, has been selected for the tenth round of the European Social Survey (ESS). The researchers have put together a set of questions covering government rule compliance and attitudes towards COVID-19 conspiracy theories. The ESS is a cross-national scientific survey that has been conducted throughout Europe since it was first established in 2001. It gathers data on attitudes and behavioral patterns among the population in more than thirty European countries and has earned international recognition as a comparative study for its high methodological standards. The survey data are freely available for non-commercial use. A fixed core questionnaire is accompanied by changing thematic modules that are selected before each new round of the survey. The next ESS begins in September 2020. ESS press release: COVID-19 questions selected for Round 10

 

 
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