1. Eurobarometer Data
The Standard Eurobarometer was established in 1974. Each survey consists of approximately 1000 face-to-face interviews per country. Reports are published twice yearly. Reproduction is authorised, except for commercial purposes, provided the source is acknowledged.
Latest data: Standard Eurobarometer 90, November 2018
Special Eurobarometer reports are based on in-depth thematic studies carried out for various services of the European Commission or other EU Institutions and integrated in the Standard Eurobarometer’s polling waves. Reproduction is authorised, except for commercial purposes, provided the source is acknowledged.
Latest data: Europeans’ attitudes towards vaccination (March 2019), 487a. General Data Protection Regulation – 487b. Charter of Fundamental Rights (March 2019), Europeans in 2019 (March 2019)
Flash Eurobarometers are ad hoc thematic telephone interviews conducted at the request of any service of the European Commission. Flash surveys enable the Commission to obtain results relatively quickly and to focus on specific target groups, as and when required. Reproduction is authorised, except for commercial purposes, provided the source is acknowledged.
Latest data: Introduction of the euro in the Member States that have not yet adopted the common currency (April 2019), How do we build a stronger, more united Europe? The views of young people (March 2019);
The qualitative studies investigate in-depth the motivations, feelings and reactions of selected social groups towards a given subject or concept, by listening to and analysing their way of expressing themselves in discussion groups or with non-directive interviews.
Latest data: Qualitative survey about Public Opinion on Future Innovations, Science and Technology (September 2014)
2. Data from national surveys (Romania)
Data collected form the EU-funded project State of the Nation – designing an innovative instrument for supporting public policies (SIPOCA 11), and being of public availability.
About the project:
On April, 7, 2016, the Secretariat-General of the Government (SGG) / Center for Analysis and Strategy, in partnership with the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA), launched the project “State of the Nation. Designing an innovative instrument for supporting public policies” (SIPOCA 11).
The project was co-financed through the European Social Fund (ESF) through the Operational Programme Administrative Capacity (OPAC), priority axis 1: Effective functioning of the administration and the judiciary, specific objective 1.1: Developing and introducing joint systems and standards in public administration for optimizing decisional processes focused on citizens and the business environment, in agreement with the Strategy for Consolidating Public Administration 2014-2020 (SCAP).
A. The Aggregator of Multidisciplinary Statistical Data
The project “State of the Nation – designing an innovative instrument for supporting public policies” aims to create an aggregator of multidisciplinary statistical data (since 1990 until now), which can be used to produce strategic documents and support decision-making processes. Despite various organisations collecting disparate and unsynchronised data from various fields, at this moment in Romania the central administration does not have access to a database integrating all public data which would be relevant for supporting decisions. In this respect, the project contributes to solving one of the most acute problems of central administration in Romania – limited institutional capacity for decision-making and public policies design
B. Periodically generating sociological data on public perception (barometers of opinion)
3. Published data from research carried out by the Centre for EU Communication Studies
Alupei-Durach, F., Dobrescu, P., Radu, L. (2017). Is the Refugee Crisis Shaping Different Representations of the EU? Narratives of Europeanization in Pan-European vs. National Online Media. In Bârgăoanu, A., Buturoiu, R., Radu, L (eds). Why Europe. Narratives and Counter-Narratives of European Integration, Peter Lang, ISBN 978-3-631-67929-6, pp 19-38
Bărgăoanu, A., Buturoiu. R & Durach, F. (2019). The East-West Divide in the European Union. A Development Divide Reframed as a Political One. In Dobrescu, P. (ed.), Development in Turbulent Times. The many faces of inequality within Europe. Berlin: Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-11360-5, pp. 105-118
Bârgăoanu, A., Durach, F. (2019). Echo Chambers and Polarization of Opinion: When Multiple Voices Create Multiple Realities. In Sultănescu, D. (ed.), Challenges in Strategic Communication and Fighting Propaganda in Eastern Europe: Solutions for a Future Common Project. Amsterdam: IOS Press, ISBN 978-1-61499-942-3 (print) | 978-1-61499-943-0 (online), pp. 120-129
Bârgăoanu, A., Radu, L. & Udrea, G. (2017). Narrating Europe in the Context of the Refugees Crisis. The Case of Romanian Youth. In A. Bârgăoanu, R. Buturoiu & L. Radu (Eds.), Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-Narratives of European Integration (pp. 151-168). Germany: Peter Lang, ISBN: 978-3-631-67929-6.
Corbu, N., Buturoiu, R., & Durach, F. (2017). Framing the Refugee Crisis in Online Media: A Romanian Perspective, Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 19, 2(41), 5-18. ISSN: 1454-8100, E-ISSN: 2344-5440
Dobrescu, P. & Durach, F. (2019). Unable to Stop Inequality from Rising: Evidence from Romania. In Dobrescu, P. (ed.), Development in Turbulent Times. The many faces of inequality within Europe. Berlin: Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-11360-5, pp. 89-101
Dobrescu, P., Durach, F. (2018). Rethinking the state-market relations in the New Age of development. Management & Marketing: Challenges for the Knowledge Society, 13(4), 1276-1288. ISSN 2069–8887
Dobrescu, P., Radu, L., Durach, F. (2018). Inequality, Development and Growth: Challenges in the Post-Crisis Period. In Gómez Chova, L., López Martínez, A., Candel Torres, I. (eds.).12th International Technology, Education and Development Conference Proceedings, ISBN: 978-84-697-9480-7, ISSN: 2340-1079, pp 3646-3653
Dobrescu, P., Radu, L., Durach, F. (2019). Vocational Education and Training: Bridging the Development Gap in Central And Eastern Europe,. In In Gómez Chova, L., López Martínez, A., Candel Torres, I. (eds.). Proceeding of the IATED 2019: 13th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference, ISBN 978-84-09-08619-1, ISSN 2340-1079. pp. 3719-3726
Durach, F., Pîrvan, M. & Udrea, G. (2017). The Refugee Crisis and the Restructuring of the International System. An Analysis of Media Frames. Studia Europaea, No 2, 45-70, ISSN: 1224-8746.
Durach, F., Pîrvan, M., Udrea, G. (2017). The Refugee Crisis and the Restructuring of the International System. An Analysis of Media Frames. In Studia Europaea, Issue 2/2017, 45-70. ISSN (print): 1224-8746
Negrea-Busuioc, E. (2016). ‘Of the People or for the People’? An Analysis of Populist Discourse in the 2014 European Parliament Elections in Romania. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations. Vol 18, No. 2. 39-53.
Radu, L., Lupescu L., Durach, F., Pîrvan, M. (2016). European Elections in Romania: Translating Low Media Salience into Electoral Silence. In The USV Annals of Economics and Public Administration, Ed. Univ. “Ştefan cel Mare”, Suceava, ISSN 2285-3332, On-line ISSN 2344-3847, ISSN-L 2285-3332
Ştefăniţă, O., Radu, L., Durach, F. (eds.). (2018). Patterns of contemporary development. Assessing challenges and opportunities. Bucharest: comunicare.ro, ISBN 978-973-711-610-9
Ştefăniţă, O., Udrea, G. (2017). EU and the refugee crisis in Romanian perspective. In A. Bârgăoanu, R. Buturoiu & L. Radu (Eds.), Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-Narratives of European Integration (pp. 133-150). Germany: Peter Lang, ISBN: 978-3-631-67929-6.
Udrea, G. & Ticoiu, L.A. (2018). Senior Citizens and the European Union: A Romanian Perspective. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, Vol. 20, no. 2 (44), 35-52, ISSN: 1454-8100.
Udrea, G. (2016). EU and the sense of being European revisited in times of crisis. In A. Ţăranu (Ed.), Proceedings of the Third Academic Conference: Governing for the Future: Interdisciplinary Perspectives for a Sustainable World (pp. 253-260). Bologna: Medimond Publishing Company, ISBN: 978-88-7587731-6.
Udrea, G. (2017). Review of Uniunea Europeană – un trend în derivă? O analiză a discursului mediatic şi a perspectivei tinerilor (The European Union – a Drifting Trend? An Analysis of Media Discourse and Youth Perspectives) by Oana Ştefăniţă, Bucharest, comunicare.ro, 2017, 282 pages. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, Vol. 19, no. 3(42), 61-63, ISSN: 1454-8100.
Udrea, G. (2018). Review of Why Europe? Narratives and counter-narratives of European integration, by Alina Bârgăoanu, Raluca Buturoiu & Loredana Radu (Eds.), Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2017, 296 pages. Romanian Journal of European Affairs, Vol 18, no. 2, 117-120, ISSN: 1841:4273.
Verhaegen, S., Udrea, G. (2017). The impact of social and cognitive learning experiences on European identity development among young Europeans. In A. Bârgăoanu, R. Buturoiu & L. Radu (Eds.), Why Europe? Narratives and Counter-Narratives of European Integration (pp. 103-131). Germany: Peter Lang, ISBN: 978-3-631-67929-6.