- GAD3 has carried out a socio-political study for “Acción por Almería” on the feeling of identity in the province of Almería.
The data from this study show that almost 7/10 (68.8%) Almerians consider that Almeria has its own identity, culture and traditions that are different from Andalusia and, moreover, just over half (52.2%) recognise that Almeria shares more common features in terms of its culture, speech and economy with Murcia than with Granada and, therefore, with Andalusia.
When asked about economic grievances, 80% of Almeria residents consider that Almeria receives less investment in infrastructure than other provinces in the autonomous community and, at the same time, 77.4% consider that Almeria contributes more to the Autonomous Community than it receives.
More detailed information can be found at the following link: Acción por Almería
Universe: residents in Almería with the right to vote.
Quotas: by sex, age and geographical area according to the electoral roll.
Procedure for data collection: Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI) to landlines (26) and mobiles (536).
Sample size:801 interviews.
Sampling error:± 3.5% (n=801) for a confidence level of 95.5% (two sigma) and under the worst-case scenario of P=Q=0.5 under the assumption of simple random sampling.
Duration of the interview: approximately 5-6 minutes
Date of fieldwork:18 to 23 February 2022.
Research and consultancy institute: GAD3.