First, interviewees compare their standard of living with that of five years previous. Next chapter asks about attitudes toward work and compensation. Respondents also state if they are satisfied with their work and pay. Questions that focus on political system, elections, citizens' influence on politics, and membership in political organizations come next. Respondents also give their opinion about new social movements. Next, questions on reform of educational system probe efficiency of the reform. Respondents also express their view in introducing a second foreign language in primary school, and assess their proficiency in foreign languages. Bloc of religious questions follows. Extensive chapter covers insurance. Next two blocs cover printed media, respondents, among other things, also state which newspaper is the most objective, and peace and national security respectively. Demographic questions end the questionnaire.