The questionnaire is put together of five blocs of questions, among others two larger ones, "The opinions of Slovenians on approaching the European Union" and "The international research on working activities". The questionnaire starts with the question on problems deemed the most urgent for Slovenia by the interviewee. It continues with questions on the news attendance, and reading of printed media. In the second bloc, there are questions on happiness of the interviewee, on her/his satisfaction with life and democracy, the assessments of condition of Slovenian economy, questions on the way leisure time is spent, and two questions in relation to evaluation of Slovenia hood and tradition, i.e. modernity. The third bloc contains questions on Europe and European Union. Among others, questions on informing on the EU, on interest for the EU, on consequences and attitude of the interviewee to joining of Slovenia. In the fourth bloc, there are questions from EU funded project Households, Work and Flexibility, on sources of income, economic activities of the interviewee and their number, working hours schemes, on satisfaction with the working activity, and questions on working activities of the other members of household. The Project aim is "to look at how different kinds of work are combined within households and how social and labour market policies in different countries affect this. With debates about flexibility taking place in many European countries, the project considers what effects different policies regarding flexible employment might have for the daily lives of people and families. An important aspect of this is the gendered division of work both inside and outside of the home and the combinations of paid and unpaid work. The different countries represented in the project provide contrasting examples of different approaches to flexibility and also the possibility of and East/West comparison."