This poll refers to the Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg regarding the reform of the Brussels Ibis Regulation. The full paper (including footnotes) can be accessed here.

To be able to set the results of the survey into geographical context, we would like to collect the country which you are affiliated to. In addition, we would like to collect the professions of the poll participants to analyze whether there are diverging views between the different professions.

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The following data from this survey will be saved for scientific purposes: country of residence, profession, reactions to the proposals (agree/disagree/comment and the content of that comment).
The aforementioned data may be collected and used for other processings such as announcements in the Internal Max Planck Institute’s newsletter, announcements on the Max Planck Institute’s LinkedIn account, potential creation of a press release about the scientific study.
Please note that your comments in the section "different/additional proposals" may be directly quoted in the study for the EU Commission or in publications in relation to this study.

The data of that survey will be stored in the United States of America.

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The data will be processed for a period of 3 years or upon the consent withdrawal of a participant before being anonymized.

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