Austrians are pretty sure that the paternal role has changed significantly since the 1970s. About 3 out of 4 share this view at least somewhat strongly. Women and people with children in the household are above average in this opinion. The trend is clear: this mood has clearly prevailed since 2014, the two expressions "fully agree" and "tend to agree" to a changed father role increased by 30 percentage points in this period. A clear development over the last few years can therefore be attested.

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The Austrians position themselves slightly to the left of the center in the political spectrum (46.3 on a scale from 0 to 100, with 0 totally left and 100 totally right), but interestingly, one suspects the population as a whole to be further on the right side. About a third think the Austrians are a little to the right of the center.

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In response to the open question of what would be the first thing to do after the end of the pandemic, it is clear that the longing for vacation and social contacts is enormous. Many different aspects are mentioned, but one in four Austrians aged 16 and over spontaneously names the intention to travel as the first action, i.e. the first aspect that comes to mind.

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There is a clear trend: Since 2000, the number of daily internet users has more than quadrupled, the number of intensive social media users has more than sevenfold over the past 13 years. Overall, more than half of Austrians aged 14 and over are already active in Web 2.0, the group of Internet ascetics continues to decline. The virtual world has led to a division of Austrian society into four types of communication, with the columns primarily along the age segments.

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As already explained in the last IMAS report on the New Year's mood, there is a particularly worried view of the coming months. The Corona crisis dominates our basic mood, both in a positive and a negative sense.

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