Dataset: Danish Attitudes to Foreign Affairs, 1970


The survey is an interview survey based on a representative sample of 1157 respondents (response percentage: 81). The purpose of the survey is to map out the attitudes to foreign affairs in the Danish population both as regards general issues and the concepts of internationalism, isolationism, etc., and as regards more specific issues such as Scandinavian co-operation, membership of NATO, the EC, the UN and aid to developing countries. Furthermore, these attitudes are related to a broad spectrum of demographic variables, including economic, psychological and communications variables

Variable Groups

Full Title

Danish Attitudes to Foreign Affairs, 1970

Parallel Title

Udenrigspolitiske attituder i den danske befolkning, 1970

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Bibliographic Citation

Danish Attitudes to Foreign Affairs, 1970, Danish Data Archive, DDA107, version: 1.0.0, 10.5279/DK-SA-DDA-107

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Geographic Coverage

Descriptive Text

Det blev opgivet at interviewe respondenterne efter 3. forgæves besøg. Der er ikke udtrukket erstatninger for disse respondenter.

Descriptive Text

Attempts at interviewing respondents were given up after the third vain attempt. These respondents were not substituted.

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Age limits

Kind of Data

survey data


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