Public Opinion and Public Information Campaigns: the Value of the Eurobarometer
Just as a barometer can be used to measure the atmospheric pressure and thus give a short-range weather forecast, this EUROBAROMETER can be used to observe, and to some extent forecast, public attitudes towards the most important current events connected directly or indirectly with the development of the European Community and the unification of Europe, (ibid.)
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