Survey: EU3doms – Debate on the Future of the Four Freedoms of the European Union

Dear,

As part of the project called “EU3doms –  Debate on the Future of the Four Freedoms of the European Union” in the framework of the Europe for Citizens Programme Foster Europe is conducting a survey and we are interested in learning your opinion on a few topics relating to the European Union.

The international survey aims at assessing the opinion of citizens from four EU Member States (Austria, Hungary, Romania and Slovenia) and one candidate country (Serbia) about the EU’s challenges, achievements and issues related to the Four Freedoms which apply all member states’ citizens.

The survey is available in the following link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3280631/EU3doms-Questionnaire 

Thank you for attending our survey, your answers help our research and contribute to the project’s success.

Your participation is voluntary and anonym, it is expected that the questionnaire will take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses will be kept confidential. The information provided will be used solely for research purposes of this project.

Please, provide your answers the latest by 15th of March, 2017.

You can interrupt to complete the questionnaire and then return to the questionnaire that has already started. In order to do this, press the button “Save and continue” on the top of the page and enter your e-mail address. The system will save your already completed responses and will send you an e-mail with a Web address that only you have access. Click this URL to can complete the questionnaire.

If you have any technical problems or questions during the completion of the questionnaire, please feel free to contact us on the following e-mail address: research.hetfa@gmail.com or office@foster-europe.org

The results will be published in March 2017 on the website of EU3doms project, where you can find more details about the project: www.eu3doms.eu

We greatly value your co-operation. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Your sincerely, 
Foster Europe