Special Eurobarometer 442: Attitudes of Europeans towards Animal Welfare

Description

The study aims at (1) understanding the relationship between Europeans and animal welfare, (2) assessing European awareness and perceived importance of EU activities in this field; (3) Determining European views on availability and recognition of animal welfare friendly products. The study shows that citizens attach a great importance to animal welfare. They want to receive more information on the conditions in which farm animals are treated. EU citizens believe that it is important to establish international welfare standards and the EU should promote greater awareness of animal welfare at global level. They also declare to be ready to pay more for animal welfare friendly products but think that their availability is still limited.

The results by volumes are distributed as follows:
  • Volume A: Countries
  • Volume AA: Groups of countries
  • Volume A' (AP): Trends
  • Volume AA' (AAP): Trends of groups of countries
  • Volume B: EU/socio-demographics
  • Volume C: Country/socio-demographics
    Researchers may also contact GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences: http://www.gesis.org/en/home/
URI
http://data.europa.eu/euodp/en/data/dataset/S2096_84_4_442_ENG
Status
Completed
Identifier
S2096_84_4_442_ENG
Release Date
2016-03-15
Geographical Coverage
Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Latvia, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Sweden, Slovakia, Lithuania, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Hungary, Greece, Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, France, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Romania, Croatia
Language
English
Version
v1.00
Version Description
Version 1.0

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