Attitudes to the Common Market and Britain's relationship with other EEC countries:
1) Economic factors (prices, wages, employment, competition, prosperity, growth and progress).
2) Sovereignty (influence in the world, independence, autonomy, links with other nations or blocs, Commonwealth).
3) Perceived knowledge of the EEC, its influence and its work, interest in it, overall attitude to Britain's future relationship with the EEC.
Interest in politics, evaluation of importance of devolution (Scottish and Welsh), trade union power and inflation. Trade union membership, religion, television ownership and viewing habits, daily/Sunday newspapers read.
Age, sex, marital status, household status, house size and tenure, occupation (qualifications, responsibility), age finished full-time education, income, driving licence, language spoken, visiting abroad.