ESS5 - 2010 Deviations - Hungary

F6 (RSHIPSTS): Code 4 in F6 (RSHIPSTS) refers to people of same- or opposite sex who have registered their cohabitation before the notary. Such registration allocates no legal rights to the partners according to the NC.

F11 (MARSTS): Code 2 in F11 (MARSTS) was intended to capture respondents in a 'legally registered civil union'. For Hungary this code refers, however, to people of same- or opposite sex who have registered their cohabitation before the notary. Such registration allocates no legal rights to the partners according to the NC, and is thus not to be considered as a legal marital status.

(MARITALB): Code 2 in (MARITALB) was intended to capture respondents in a 'legally registered civil union'. For Hungary this code refers, however, to people of same- or opposite sex who have registered their cohabitation before the notary. Such registration allocates no legal rights to the partners according to the NC, and is thus not to be considered as a legal marital status.

F53 (JBSPVP): All respondents with code 2 at F51 (EMPRELP) have erroneously been routed away from F53 (JBSPVP).

G33 (LSINTJB): A former version of this question was fielded in Hungary, hence the question no longer correspond to the final source questionnaire.The data for (LSINTJB) for Hungary have been omitted from the integrated file.

Supplementary questionnaire:

I1 (TESTD1) to I39 (TESTD39): Section I of the supplementary questionnaire has not been fielded in Hungary in ESS5.

Fieldwork:

The gross sample size was reduced by 603 units to 2635. The response rate is based on the original specified gross sample of 3238.