Migration policy is the dominant topic in the current election campaign 2017: Every second Austrian would like to have a detailed discussion about questions in terms of asylum, refugees and immigration as well as measures to deal with these aspects.

 

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The Austrians consider themselves to be exactly in the middle of the political spectrum ranging from 0 (totally left) to 100 (totally right). However, the general population is perceived to be more on the right side (56).

 

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Only three percent of the population have the impression that the national politicians know the average Austrian’s everyday problems very well. Further 23 percent assume that politicians are at least rather informed about real life problems.

 

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Roughly every tenth Austrian has a very strong interest in domestic policy; there is a stable trend over the past years. In the long run, however, the highly politically interested population almost halved in nearly two decades.

 

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One third of the Austrian population considers oneself to be of very good health, two further fifths would describe their own state of health as good. Especially younger people and those with higher education show an upward trend in this positive self-assessment since 1984.

 

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Nearly every second Austrian liked to listen to, read or watch fairytales when they were young, only five percent didn’t like this at all. Women’s perception clearly differs from men’s in this dimension. To 14 percent of the population fairytales were read nearly daily when they were young, about two fifths had story time several times a week.

 

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Three out of four Austrians possess at least one loyalty card; owners of loyalty cards have 6,2 different cards on average. Among women, mid-aged respondents as well as higher-educated people, the average number of loyalty cards lies above average. Usually, owners of loyalty cards have all of them in their wallet all the time.

 

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