Methodology

The following table gives more details of the methodologies used in each of the 27 countries.

CountrySample size (unweighted)Field datesSampleSurvey methodologyType of
sample
Argentina1004Nov 23-29, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
Australia1004Dec 08-19, 200618+TelephoneNational
Brazil800Nov 17 - Dec 02, 200618+Face-to-faceUrban1
Canada1008Dec 15, 2006 - Jan 16, 200718+TelephoneNational
Chile1000Nov 03-14, 200618+Face-to-faceUrban2
China1800Nov 14-27, 200618+TelephoneUrban3
Egypt1000Nov 10-24, 200618+Face-to-faceUrban4
France1001Nov 23 - Dec 01, 200615+TelephoneNational
Germany1002Nov 13 - Dec 05, 200616+TelephoneNational
Great Britain1000Dec 21, 2006 - Jan 09, 200718+TelephoneNational
Greece1000Nov 30 - Dec 09, 200618+TelephoneNational
Hungary1062Nov 27 - Dec 11, 200616+Face-to-faceNational
India 1616Dec 05-13, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
Indonesia1000Dec 13-24, 200617+Face-to-faceUrban5
Italy1020Nov 15-24, 200618+TelephoneNational
Kenya1002Nov 13-22, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
Lebanon1200Dec 06-22, 200618+Face-to-faceUrban6
Mexico1000Dec 11-17, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
Nigeria1000Nov 10-16, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
Philippines1000Nov 18 - Dec 06, 200618+Face-to-faceNational Capital Region7
Poland1015Dec 01-04, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
Portugal1000Dec 02-18, 200618+Face-to-faceUrban8
Russia1006Nov 24 - Dec 05, 200618+Face-to-faceNational
South Korea1032Nov 10 - Dec 01, 200619+Face-to-faceNational
Turkey1000Nov 10-28, 200615+Face-to-faceUrban9
United Arab Emirates817Nov 12 - Dec 04, 200618+Face-to-faceUrban10
USA1000Dec 08-28, 200618+TelephoneNational

1 In Brazil the survey was conducted in Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, and São Paulo, representing 17.8% of the total population.
2 In Chile the survey was conducted in Antofagasta, Arica, Calama, Chiguayante, Chillán, Concepción, Copiapó, Iquique, Coquimbo, Coronel, Curicó, Gran Santiago (includes San Bernardo and Puente Alto), La Serena, Linares, Los Angeles, Lota, Osorno, Ovalle, Puerto Montt, Quillota, Quilpué, Rancagua, San Antonio, Talca, Talcahuano, Temuco, Valdivia, Valparaíso, Villa Alemana, Viña, representing 70% of the total population.
3 In China the survey was conducted in Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Shenyang, Wuhan, Xi'an, and Zhengzhou, representing 36% of the total urban population.
4 In Egypt the survey was conducted in urban areas of Cairo, Giza, Shobra Al Khema and Alexandria representing 21% of the total population.
5 In Indonesia the survey was conducted in Bandung, Jakarta, Medan, Semarang, and Surabaya, representing 7% of the total population.
6 In Lebanon the survey was conducted in Akkar, Aley, Baabda-Maten, Baalbak, Batroun, East Center, Eastern Suburbs, Jbeil, Jezzine, Keserwan, Koura, Nabatieh, Rashaya, Shouf, Sidon, Tripoli, Tyre, West Center, Western Bekaa, Western suburbs, Zahle, Zgharta, representing geographic country.
7 In the Philippines the survey was conducted in the National Capital Region representing 27% of the total urban population.
8 In Portugal the survey was conducted in Almada, Amadora, Barga, Beja, Castelo Branco, Évora, Faro, Guarda, Leiria, Lisboa, Loures, Oeiras, Porto, Santarém, Setúbal, Vila Nova Famalicão, Vila Nova Gaia, Viseu, representing geographical country.
9 In Turkey the survey was conducted in Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Bursa, Diyarbakir, Erzurum, Istanbul, Izmir, Konya, Samsun, and Zonguldak, representing 30% of the total population.
10 In United Arab Emirates the survey was conducted in urban areas mainly Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, representing 61% of the total population.

 

GlobeScan's Research Partners

CountryResearch InstituteLocationContact
ArgentinaTNS Gallup ArgentinaBuenos AiresConstanza Cilley
constanza.cilley@tns-gallup.com.ar
+54 11 5218 2000
AustraliaMarket Focus InternationalCrows NestPaul Korbel
pkorbel@marketfocus.com.au
+612 9966 9107
BrazilMarket Analysis BrazilFlorianópolisFabián Echegaray
fabian@marketanalysis.com.br
+55 48 3234 58 53
CanadaGlobeScan/Tecnova IndiaTorontoOliver Martin
oliver.martin@globescan.com
+1 416 969 3072
ChileMORI ChileSantiagoMarta Lagos
mlagos@rdc.cl
+ 5623344544
FranceEfficience 3Paris and ReimsChristian de Thieulloy
christian.t@efficience3.com
+33 3 2679 7589
GermanyRi*QUESTA GmbHTeningenBernhard Rieder
riquesta.rieder@t-online.de
+49 (0)7641 934336
Great BritainGlobeScan/exëvo Inc.TorontoDoug Miller
Doug.Miller@GlobeScan.com
+44 20 7958 1735
GreeceInstitute of CommunicationAthensSoto Mitroglou
smitroglou@instofcom.gr
+2103318065/7
HungaryCognative Research Ltd.BudapestFerenc Gergely
ferenc.gergely@cognative.hu
+3614847091
IndiaTeam CVoterNew DelhiYashwant Deshmukh
yashwant@teamcvoter.com
+91 11 5579 1638
IndonesiaDeka Marketing ResearchJakartaIrma Malibari Putranto
irma.putranto@deka-research.co.id
+62 21 723 6901
ItalyGfK Eurisko s.r.l.Milan and RomePaolo Anselmi
paolo.anselmi@eurisko.it
+39 02 4380 9 1
KenyaResearch Path AssociatesNairobiJeremy Mwololo
jeremy.mwololo@rpa.co.ke
+254 020 2734770
LebanonPan Arab Research CentreDubaiGeorge Kokkat
george@arabresearch.com
+971 4 337 6696
MexicoMund AméricasMexico CityDaniel M. Lund
dlund@mundamericas.com
+5255 5584 3020
NigeriaMarket Trends Research International, NigeriaLagosJ.O. Ebhomenye
mtrinigeria@research-intng.com
+234 1 774 0386 / 234 1 775 0753
PhilippinesM&S-Sigma Dos Philippines, Inc.Makati CityTeodora M. Marasigan
tmmarasigan@ms-sigmados.com
+632 8172780 / +63917 5108602
PolandCBOS Public Opinion Research CenterWarsawKrzysztof Zagorski
k.zagorski@cbos.pl
+4822 6934722
PortugalSperantiaQueijasSandrine Lage
slage@sperantia.pt
+351 21 4177418
RussiaCESSI Institute for Comparative Social ResearchMoscowVladimir Andreenkov
vladimir.andreenkov@cessi.ru
+7095 229 15 06
South KoreaEast Asia InstituteSeoulWon-Chil Jung
jwc@eai.or.kr
+82 2 2277 1683
TurkeyYontem Research & ConsultancyIstanbulBülent Gündogmu
info@yontemresearch.com
+90 212 278 12 19
United Arab
Emirates
SirajDubai Media CityLina Nahhas
lina.nahhas@yougovsiraj.com
+97 14 390 3190/1/2
USAGlobeScan/exëvo Inc.TorontoOliver Martin
oliver.martin@globescan.com
+1 416 969 3072


 

Questionnaire

FORM A (ASK TO 50% OF SAMPLE IN EACH COUNTRY)

M1At. Please tell me if you think each of the following are having a mainly positive or mainly negative influence in the world:
ROTATE

at) China

01 Mainly positive
02 Mainly negative

VOLUNTEERED DO NOT READ

03 Depends
04 Neither/neutral
99 DK/NA

bt) France
ct) The United States
dt) The European Union
et) Japan
f) Israel
g) North Korea


FORM B (ASK TO OTHER 50% OF SAMPLE IN EACH COUNTRY)

M1Bt. Please tell me if you think each of the following are having a mainly positive or mainly negative influence in the world:
ROTATE

at) Britain

01 Mainly positive
02 Mainly negative

VOLUNTEERED DO NOT READ

03 Depends
04 Neither/neutral
99 DK/NA

bt) Russia
ct) The United Nations
dt) Canada
et) India
ft) Iran
g) Venezuela