For Belgians the 2nd most important challenge of their country is .... TRAFFIC POLICY
There is a GFK survey/study about the biggest challenges as seen by the populations of several countries (my note about the CATI to get data is below; some of the data was collected using CATI, and others via CAPI and PAPI).
Apart from non astonishing results ("Immigration" on the top list of Switzerland again (and again and again and again sigh
)), People in Belgium voted traffic policy as 2nd most
important challenge. That even brought me a smile.
Another notable result: The top challenge in most countries is unemployment
. But - especially looking at Poland (51%) and France (64%) - it is not understandable to me that those countries either voted for a right populistic party (PiS) or want to do it in a high number (FN) whilst everyone knows that illiberal, nationalist policies do not attract any investors/startups to build companies employing people.
The study result:http://www.gfk.com/ch/Documents/presse/20151122_GfK_Switzerland_Charts_Challenges_of_Nations.pdf
CATI: Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews. Here the key problem is: who gets called? Landline numbers known by war dialling or phone directories? You will get only older people, more and more younger people do not use a landline any more nor ar in any directory.
CAPI: Computer Assisted Personal Interviews. You need a good sample there but then you do not catch only those having a specific hardware/connection at home.
PAPI: Paper and Pencil Assisted Personal Interviews.
The method used for a country is stated on pages 15 and 16 (methodology).#challenges #survey #gfk #nationsataglance
#Belgium #België #Belgique #Suisse #Switzerland #Svizra #Svizzera