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SPP 262

Author: Richard Rose and Christian Haerpfer
Description: The fourth New Democracies Barometer survey was conducted in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Belarus and Ukraine in autumn, 1995. In each country a nationwide representative sample was drawn; a total of 10,441 were interviewed face to face. The questionnaire employed the standard NDB measures of economic and political behaviour and attitudes, including evaluations of the past, current assessments, and expectations of the future. This paper analyzes the results comparatively across seven Central and East European countries, and then compares this group with the former Soviet republics of Belarus and Ukraine, where mass publics have responded differently to transformation. Croatia is shown, in spite of wartime conditions, to be more like Central and Eastern Europe. A lengthy appendix gives full results for all questions and countries.

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