Second European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey (2017)

Second European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey (2017)

Discrimination



The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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Victimisation



The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: The five acts of harassment include offensive or threatening comments, being threatened with violence, offensive gestures or inappropriate staring, receiving offensive emails or text messages, and finding offensive, personal comments on the internet.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: The five acts of harassment include offensive or threatening comments, being threatened with violence, offensive gestures or inappropriate staring, receiving offensive emails or text messages, and finding offensive, personal comments on the internet.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: Out of those who were stopped, searched, or questioned by the police in the past 5 years.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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Integration



The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: The survey asked respondents to what extent they identify with their country of residence, their country of birth or ethnic origin and with Europe. For example, an immigrant from Turkey residing in Austria was asked: “To what extent do you feel Austrian?” and “To what extent do you feel Turkish?”. Instead of asking about their own country of birth, the second generation was asked about the country of birth of their mother and/or father. Ethnic minorities were asked to what extent they feel Roma and Russian, respectively, instead of country of birth.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: Respondents were asked to what extent they feel attached on a scale from 1 to 5, where 1 means νot at all attached and 5 very strongly attached. Respondents selecting values 1 or 2 were categorised as Not (at all) attached, those selecting the value 3 as Neutral and those selecting 4 or 5 as (very) strongly attached.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: Respondents were asked about how comfortable they feel on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 means totally uncomfortable and 10 means totally comfortable. Respondents selecting values from 0 to 4 were categorised as tends not to feel comfortable, respondents who selected the value 5 as neutral, and those selecting values from 6 to 10 as tends to feel comfortable.

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The map visualisation presents an overview of the results for all EU Member States for a particular target group.Note: Respondents were asked about how comfortable they feel on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 means totally uncomfortable and 10 means totally comfortable. Respondents selecting values from 0 to 4 were categorised as tends not to feel comfortable, respondents who selected the value 5 as neutral, and those selecting values from 6 to 10 as tends to feel comfortable.

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