Endesa Foundation Ecobarometer | Ecological Culture in Spain

Spain´s youth consider climate change to be the most serious environmental problem and have become more inclined to environmental activism in recent years. These are the conclusions of the study Ecological culture in Spain: priorities, costs, attitudes and the role of schools”, published by the Endesa Foundation in collaboration with the European Foundation Society and Education, which focuses on…

Survey for NIUS | Impact of Otegui’s statements

NIUS publishes an opinion barometer elaborated by GAD3, which gathers the opinion of the Spaniards on Otegui’s statements on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the dissolution of ETA. 79% of Spaniards reject a possible agreement with Bildu to carry out the release of prisoners of the terrorist group. Read more: You can find…

Study for QONTO: How do SMEs relate to their banks?

The study ‘How do Spanish SMEs relate to their banks’ on the relationship between SMEs and banks, carried out by GAD3 for Qonto on a sample of 510 SMEs and start-ups with up to 250 workers throughout the country, shows that most of the Spanish small and medium-sized companies consulted consider it important to have…

Study for DENARIA: Survey on the need for cash to remain in circulation

Nearly 90 % of Spaniards believe that cash should bee guaranteed For more than 70% of Spaniards, cash is necessary in our society and 77% consider it to be a ‘public good’ 82% of Spaniards are against limiting the possibility of paying in cash and 83% are against only accepting card payments     The…

Report for ASPRIMA | 9 out of 10 residents in madrid consider the development and construction sector to be a determining factor for the spanish economy

GAD3 has elaborated for the Association of Real Estate Developers of Madrid (ASPRIMA) the report ‘Perception and assessment of the development and housing sector in the Community of Madrid’ to find out the opinion of Madrid´s society on this matter. Nine out of 10 residents in Madrid consider that the good functioning of the housing…

Study for ENGIE: 91% of spanish people are willing to change their habits to combat climate change

75% of Spaniards consider themselves to be informed about climate change, indicating the fundamental role of the media as a channel for disseminating information on this issue. Nine out of ten respondents consider that renewable energy consumption in the industrial sector is the measure that contributes most to sustainability. More than half of Spanish society…