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, Welcome to this survey. It was conceived by two researchers in social science

P. M. Info, It was conceived by two researchers in social science. It lasts about 15-20 minutes. Before starting, please read carefully the information below on particulate matter pollution: ? particulate matter are responsible for 48

, ? particulate matter reduce the life expectancy of French people by 9 months

, ? reducing fuel consumption would reduce the health problems associated with particulate matter, 2016.

, It was conceived by two researchers in social science

, ? Climate change is already responsible for 150,000 deaths annually

, ? If greenhouse gas emissions continue on their current trend, the average global warming will be +5°C in 2100 and +8°C in 2250

, ? A rapid transition to renewable energies is technically possible and would contain global warming at +2°C

, According to scientists, in the absence of ambitious measures: ? a large proportion of species face an increased risk of extinction

, ? natural disasters will intensify (hurricanes, heat waves, droughts, floods, forest fires

, ? by 2100, 270 million more people would be flooded each year due to sea-level rise

, ? violent conflicts and migration flows can be expected to increase

:. Sources and . Burke, Meinshausen et al, 2005.

, What is your age group? 18 to 24 years old; 25 to 34 years old; 35 to 49 years old; 50 to 64 years old; 65 years old or more 7. What is your employment status? Permanent; Temporary contract; Unemployed; Student

, What is your socio-professional category?

, Farmer; Craftsperson, merchant; Independent; Executive; Intermediate occupation; Employee

, Worker; Retired; Other Inactive

, What is your highest degree? No diploma

;. Baccalaureate, . Bac, . Bts, and D. Dut,

D. and D. , Bac +5 or more (master, engineering or business school, doctorate, medicine, master

, How many people live in your household? Household includes: you, your family members who live with you, and your dependents

, What is your net monthly income (in euros)? All income (before withholding tax) is included here: salaries, pensions, allowances, APL

, What is the net monthly income (in euros) of your household? All income (before withholding tax) is included here: salaries, pensions, allowances, APL

, In your household how many people are 14 years old or older

, In your household, how many people are over the age of majority (including yourself)? your home? Individual heating; Collective heating

, What is the main heating energy source in your home? Electricity Town gas; Butane, propane, tank gas; Heating oil; Wood, solar, geothermal, aerothermal (heat pump)

, How many kilometers have you driven in the last 12 months? 20. [One vehicle] What type of fuel do you use for this vehicle? Electric or hybrid; Diesel; Gasoline; Other 21. [One vehicle] What is the average fuel economy of your vehicle? (in Liters per 100 km) 22. [One vehicle] How many kilometers have you driven with your vehicle in the last 12 months? 23

, How many kilometers have you driven with all your vehicles in the last 12 months?

G. Figure, 1: Acceptance rate by subjective gain

, Socio-demographics: respondent's income, household's income, sex, age (5 categories), employment status (9 categories), socio-professional category (8 categories), region of France (10 categories), size of town (5 categories), diploma 4 categories, household size, number of people above 14, number of adults

, conservative, liberal, humanist, patriot, ecologist, apolitical. Political leaning: extreme left, left, center, right, extreme right, indeterminate. Energy: heating mode (collective vs. indivual), heating energy (7 categories), annual distance travelled, fuel economy, diesel (binary), gasoline (binary), number of vehicles. Incomes: income of respondent, income of the second adult, income of respondent squared, income of the second adult squared, dummy for absence of second adult