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    [Changes in public opinion between 1983 and 1985: the reception of population policy measures] Valtozasok a kozvelemenyben 1983-1985 kozott: a nepesedespolitikai intezkedesek fogadtatasa.

    Molnar ES; Pataki J

    DEMOGRAFIA. 1986; 29(2-3):169-92.

    The results of a 1985 public opinion survey conducted in Hungary concerning population policy are presented and compared to results of a similar survey carried out in 1983. Particular attention is paid to the impact of population policy measures adopted in 1984. The results indicate that people generally are aware of declining fertility, but uncertain of how the policy measures adopted will rectify the situation. Improved housing conditions are seen as the major factor that might induce people to have more children. (SUMMARY IN ENG AND RUS) (ANNOTATION)
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