First there are questions that deal with social inequality and privileges. Interviewees also select most appropriate measures for reduction of inequality. Next, they express their trust in different vocations and state their opinion about presence of corruption. Questions on League of Communist follow after. Then come questions focusing on elections, voting behaviour, and nomination procedure in general. Next block of questions deals with economic situation of that time. Respondents assess suitability of various measures introduced to speed up economic recovery and express their view on relation between developed and underdeveloped Yugoslav republics. Next chapter deals with interviewees' personal values family, sex roles, friends, material well being, and influence over society. Questions on Yugoslav foreign policy and military security come after. Last chapter is dedicated to attendance to the media. As usually, questionnaire ends with demographic questions.