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Welcome to European Region Research

 

Small sized areas with national feeling in Europe are less represented in scientific research. Since the second World War, ethnic and national groups of small size in Europe are quite active, gained a lot of power and recognition. Not at least the European Integration increased this process.

The main purpose of the website is to provide a collection of data for scientific papers. On second place, this website tries to inform about small sized ethnic and national groups in Europe.

European Region Research is not meant for any commercial purposes. The collected data will be exclusively used in scientific ways. All questionnaires are anonym.

For a long-term study, it is necessary to have a stable group of participants. If you are interested in taking part of this, you can introduce you email address in the form below. Your email address will not be passed to anybody else. You will not get any advertisements or other spam from European Region Research. All requirements of the data protection basic regulation are fulfilled. You will be only informed of new questionnaires.

Some results of the questionnaires are attached. These results are regarding all participants who took part so far. For 2015, there are only Faroese and Manx datas available. The datas of 2019 include Aranese, Faroese, Gibraltarian and Manx results.

Do you feel European?

Yes (Sept. 2015)
No (Sept. 2015)
Yes (March 2019)
No (March 2019)

Do you think the EU is a ...?

good thing (Sept. 2015)
bad thing (Sept. 2015)
good thing (March 2019)
bad thing (March 2019)

Do you think that the intention to join the EU would be an argument for full independence of your nation?

Yes (Sept. 2015)
No (Sept. 2015)
Yes (March 2019)
No (March 2019)