TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Information on the people interviewed
- Questions about European Union Values, Citizenship and European Identity
- Questions on the training needs
Information on the people interviewed
As you can see, this section shows how many youth from each Country participated in the surveys, being 50 from each Country, except Spain that had 100 participants as the project counts with 2 Spanish partners.
After merging all the answers from the surveys executed by youth, this section reflects the age of each participant, with the majority (140) being between 18 and 22 years old, followed by the participants (82) aged between 23 and 26 and finishing with participants (78) aged between 27 and 29.
This question reflects the current status of youth that participated in the online surveys, with the majority being the participants (109) who are studying, followed by those who are currently working (107) and ending with those who study and work (75) and those who don’t do none of the above (9).
Questions about European Union Values, Citizenship and European Identity
The combined answers of this question shows that the majority (red section) of participants feel both, national and European, followed by the participants (blue section) that feel more national than European and the participants (yellow section) that feel more European than national.
This cake shape graphic shows how youth, that participated in the online surveys, think that the EU benefits them as European citizens with the majority (red and yellow) of young participants feeling that being an EU citizen benefits them in one way or the other.
This question of the survey shows the participation of youth in civic or political initiatives and, after combining all answers, we can see that the majority of participants (blue) have not participated and would not be interested in participating either, followed with the participants (yellow) that haven’t participated but would like to, finalizing with the participants that rarely do participate (red) or often participate (green).
Questions on the training needs
According to this section, young people chose, with 1 being the least known and 5 being the best known, the level of knowledge they have among the different topics offered by the partnership, being each color a different topic.
Under this section, and after merging all answers from the online surveys, it is reflected the importance for youth of each topic divided in colors, included by the partnership, from 1 being not essential at all to 5 being absolutely essential, which will be used to further develop the competency framework of the project.