At moweb research, we regularly collect surveys on political, social and sometimes "colorful" topics.
This time: A flash survey on the time change among 1,000 people in Germany.
The background: Almost five years after the EU-wide survey on abolishing the time change, still nothing has happened.
Our question to respondents: "What do you think about the fact that the issue of the time change has disappeared from the political agenda again after the survey at that time?"
Our method: Population-representative quota-based online survey; n=1,000 people; time period: March 1-2, 2023.
And if the people TODAY could decide again on the question? Then say ...
Back in 2021, we conducted a representative study on the time changeover together with the Technical University of Ostwestfalen-Lippe (TH OWL). The central results were (almost) the same then:
But the study showed much more, such as differences in opinion between older people, working people and people with or without children in the household. Also, variations between "morning and evening types" and which target groups need how many days to get used to the new time twice a year.