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SPP 251

Author: Richard Rose, CSPP, VILMORUS (Vilnius) Baltic Data House (Riga) EMOR (Tallinn)
Description: The second New Baltic Barometer survey was conducted in April 1995 as a systematic comparative analysis of the Baltic population. There were 3,339 interviews in four languages with six different representative samples: Estonians, Latvians, Lithuanians, and Russian nationals living in each of the three Baltic states. The questionnaire collected a large amount of data about language, identity and political demands, including the rights and obligations of citizenship, and about the possible impact of Russian actions on the population of Baltic states. It also collected large amounts of information about household economic conditions, economic evaluations and expectations, attitudes toward the old Soviet system and the future, and social and demographic data. This SPP paper presents the answers to all questions subdivided by six nationalities. Comparisons can readily be made between Baltic peoples and Russians, among Baltic peoples, and among Russians living in different Baltic states. Many questions are comparable with those asked in the first New Baltic Barometer (SPP 222), thus providing measures of changes or stability in attitudes since 1993.

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