European Social Survey

The European Social Survey (ESS) has been conducted every two years since 2002 in nearly 30 European countries.

A representative sample of 1,500 people makes it possible to measure and compare the long-term evolution of the population's values, attitudes and practices.

The questionnaire contains a core set of questions on trust in the media, politics, well-being, gender, socio-demographic aspects and human values. It presents specific sections on more specific themes such as immigration, citizen involvement, justice, behaviour towards climate change, etc.

The data can be downloaded freely for SAS, SPSS and STATA.

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Wednesday 12 December 2018


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