Croatia

 

The research based on the polling method was conducted on the chosen sample of the students population in May 2002. in Zagreb, as a part of the multidiscipline project Distributive Justice. The polling included 200 students from the faculties of the University of Zagreb: Faculty of Machinery and Shipbuilding, Faculty of Electronics and Computer Science, Teachers Academy and Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Here are the results from the processed polling data.

 
Estimation of one's own living standard
Much lower than of others
Lower than of others
Average
Higher then of others
Much higher then of others
 
Estimation of belonging to a particular socio-economic category
no answer
Upper class
Upper middle class
Lower middle class
Lower class
 
Estimation of socio-economic categories in Croatia
Upper class
Upper middle class
Lower middle class
Lower class
 
Righteous distribution of socio-economic categories
Upper class
Upper middle class
Lower middle class
Lower class
 
Indicators of socio-economic status
no answer
other
real estate, property
house library
vikend house
car
computer
house, flat
education
 
Which is the best way to improve a socio-economic status in Croatia?
no answer
other
Combination of few
Business activity
Criminal activity
Inheritance
Higher education
 
Estimation of future standard
no answer
It will be higher then today
It won't change
It will be lower then today
 
 
Social policy in Croatia
Can't estimate
Very good
Good
Neither good nor bad
Bad
Very bad
 
Countries with good social policy
Other countries
Germany
Switzerland
Other Scandinavian countries
Sweden
Don't know
Neither one
 
Increased taxes in favor of the most endangered social layer
no answer
NO
Other answers

Yes, if the taxes are proportional with income

If it doesn't change my position

Yes, but only if it's really fullfield
DA
   
 
 
Methodology
 
Turkey
America
Austria
Croatia
Italy
Germany
 
Statistical analysis
 
Online statistics