Yearbook 2013

Libro completo 
  1. PERCEPTIONS OF THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SITUATION
  2. ASSESSMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE OPPOSITION
  3. HOW SOCIETY SEES TEACHERS
    • SCALE OF EVALUATION (0-100) OF PROFESSIONS
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education (cont.)
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology (cont.)
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology (cont.)
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology (cont.)
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
    • PROFESSIONS PEOPLE WOULD RECOMMEND TO THEIR CHILDREN OR FRIENDS (2)
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE IMAGE OF TEACHERS (10 YEARS)
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • DEGREE OF MOTIVATION OF TEACHERS
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • REASONS FOR TEACHERS' MOTIVATION BEING LOW OR NIL
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • AGREEMENT WITH VARIOUS STATEMENTS ABOUT EDUCATION AND TEACHERS
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
  4. JOURNALISM AND THE MEDIA
    • HOW OFTEN PEOPLE WATCH THE NEWS ON TELEVISION
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • HOW OFTEN PEOPLE FOLLOW THE NEWS ON THE RADIO
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • HOW OFTEN PEOPLE FOLLOW THE NEWS IN NEWSPAPERS (NOT SPORTS PAPERS)
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • HOW OFTEN PEOPLE FOLLOW THE NEWS IN SPORTS PAPERS
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • PREFERRED SOURCE OF NEWS INFORMATION
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality
    • DEGREE OF INFLUENCE ON OPINION-FORMING OF THE DIFFERENT NEWS MEDIA
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • DEGREE OF INTEREST IN INFORMATION ABOUT DIFFERENT SPHERES
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • SCALE OF TRUST (0-10) IN DIFFERENT SPHERES OF INFORMATION TRANSMITTED BY THE MEDIA
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality
    • SCALE OF TRUST (0-10) IN DIFFERENT SOURCES OF INFORMATION
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality
    • SCALE OF SATISFACTION (0-10) IN DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF THE INFORMATION TRANSMITTED BY THE MEDIA
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
  5. CITIZENS' RIGHTS IN RELATION TO DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
  6. SOCIAL HABITS
    • Scale of selfishness (0-10) of members of the public
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Tolerance of various types of socially unacceptable behaviour
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
    • Scale of importance (0-10) of a series of factors for being happy
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education (cont.)
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology (cont.)
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology (cont.)
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
    • Scale of personal happiness (0-10)
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Scale of satisfaction (0-10) with personal life
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Scale of satisfaction (0-10) with different aspects of personal life
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status and education (cont.)
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class and ideology (cont.)
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by voting record, religion and locality (cont.)
    • Scale of control (0-10) on how people live their lives
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
  7. ROAD SAFETY
  8. MEDIO AMBIENTE, SOSTENIBILIDAD Y BIODIVERSIDAD
  9. SOCIAL PARTICIPATION AND ASSOCIATIONS
    • Degree of trust in people
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • Participation in associations and groups
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
    • Reasons why people do not belong to any associations
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class, ideology
      • Cross-references by voting history, religion, locality
    • Participation in political and social actions
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education
      • Cross-references by employment status, social class, ideology
      • Cross-references by voting history, religion, locality
    • Financial contribution to non-governmental organisations in the last year
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
    • Degree of probability of collaboration with an NGO
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status, social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion, locality
  10. DISABILITIES
  11. PUBLIC OPINION AND FISCAL POLICY
    • Degree of satisfaction with the functioning of different public services
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
    • Functionality of taxes
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Benefits to society of paying taxes and contributions to the State
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Evaluation of the benefits they and their family receive in return for paying tax and social security contributions to the State
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Assessment of State spending on different public services
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality (cont.)
    • Assessment scale (0-10) of how taxes have increased to have better public services and social benefits
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • The tax burden on taxpayers in Spain
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Comparison of the tax burden in Spain with Europe
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Fairness of tax collection
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
    • Degree of tax fraud existing in Spain
      • Frequencies and graphical representation
      • Cross-references by gender, age, marital status, education, employment status and social class
      • Cross-references by ideology, voting history, religion and locality
  12. APPENDIX. TECHNICAL FILES
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