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Gedeshi, Ilir, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Albania Armenia, European Values Study Zulehner, Paul

M., Institut fr Pastoraltheologie, Katholisch-Theologische Fakultt, University of Vienna, Austria Faradov, Tair, International Centre for Social Research (ICSR) Department of Democracy and Civil Society Studies, Baku, Azerbaijan Rotman, David G., Belarus State University, The Center of Sociological and Political Studies, Minsk, Belarus Swyngedouw, Marc (Flanders), Center for Sociological Research, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina, European Values Study Fotev, Georgy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology, Sofia, Bulgaria Baloban, Josip, Theological Faculty University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia Roudometof, Victor, University of Cyprus, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Cyprus Rabusic, Ladislav, Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies, Brno, Czech Republic Gundelach, Peter, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Saar, Andrus, SAAR POLL, Tallinn, Estonia Pehkonen, Juhani, TNS Gallup Oy, Espoo, Finland Tchernia, Jean-Francois, Tchernia Etudes Conseil, Paris, France Pachulia, Merab, GORBI (Georgian Opinion Research Business International), Tbilisi, Georgia Jagodzinski, Wolfgang, University of Cologne, Germany Voas, David, Institute for Social Change, University of Manchester, Manchester, Great Britain Stares, Sally, Methodology Institute, London School of Economics, London, Great Britain Gari, Aikaterini, The University of Athens, Department of Psychology, Greece Rosta, Gergely, Pzmny Pter Catholic University, Institute of Sociology, Piliscsaba, Hungary Jnsson, Fridrik H., The Social Science Research Institute, Reykjavk, Iceland Breen, Michael, University of Limerick, Department of Media & Communication, Limerick, Ireland Rovati, Giancarlo, Catholic University of sacred Heart, Milan, Italy

Kosovo, European Values Study Zepa, Brigita, Latvian Facts, Riga, Latvia Ziliukaite, Ruta, Institute of Culture, Philosophy and Art, Lithuania Hausman, Pierre, CEPS/INSTEAD, Differdange, Luxembourg Troisi, Joseph, European Centre for Gerontology, University of Malta, Malta Petkovska, Antoanela, Faculty of Philosophy of the University Ss Cyril and Methodius of Skopje, Institute of Sociology, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Petruti, Doru, Institute of Marketing and Polls IMAS-INC Chisinau, Republic of Moldova Besic, Milos, Faculty of Political Sciences, Montenegro Halman, Loek, Tilburg University, Department of Sociology, Tilburg, Netherlands Smith, Alan, UNESCO Centre, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland Listhaug, Ola, Department of Sociology and Political Science, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, Trondheim Jasinska-Kania, Aleksandra, University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology, Warsaw, Poland Vala, Jorge, Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto de Cienciais Sociais, Lisboa, Portugal Voicu, Malina, Romanian Academy of Science, The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Bucharest, Romania Bashkirova, Elena, Bashkirova and Partners, Moscow, Russia Gredelj, Stjepan, University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Serbia Kus, Zuzana, Slovak Academy of Sciences, The Institute for Sociology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic Tos, Niko, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ljubljana, Slovenia Cabrera, Maria Silvestre, University of Deusto, Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology, Bilbao, Spain Lundasen, Susanne, The Institute for Civil Society Studies, Ersta Skndal University College, Stockholm, Sweden Joye, Dominique, University of Lausanne, FORS, Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences, Lausanne, Switzerland Esmer, Yilmaz, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey Balakireva, Olga, Institute Economy and Prognoses, National Academy of Ukraine, Department of Monitoring Research of the Social and Economic Process, Kiev, Ukraine

Voy, Liliane (Wallonia), Center for Sociological Research, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset

Study Documentation

February 21, 2012

Metadata Production

Table of Contents
Overview............................................................................................................................................................. 4 Scope & Coverage.............................................................................................................................................. 5 Producers & Sponsors.........................................................................................................................................6 Sampling..............................................................................................................................................................8 Data Collection....................................................................................................................................................8 Accessibility........................................................................................................................................................ 9 Files Description............................................................................................................................................... 10 ZA4800-v3-0-0..............................................................................................................................10 Variables List.................................................................................................................................................... 11 ZA4800-v3-0-0..............................................................................................................................11 Variables Description........................................................................................................................................29 ZA4800-v3-0-0..............................................................................................................................30

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EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset


Overview
Identification Version ZA4800 Production Date: 2011-11-09 Version 3.0.0 (2011-11-09), doi:10.4232/1.11004

Abstract Two online overviews offer comprehensive metadata on the EVS datasets and variables. The extended study description for the EVS 2008 provides country-specific information on the origin and outcomes of the national surveys The variable overview of the four EVS waves 1981, 1990, 1999/2000, and 2008 allows for identifying country specific deviations in the question wording within and across the EVS waves. These overviews can be found at: <a href=http://info1.gesis.org/EVS/Studies target=_blank>Extended Study Description</a> <a href=http://info1.gesis.org/EVS/Variables target=_blank>Variable Overview</a> Moral, religious, societal, political, work, and family values of Europeans. Topics: 1. Perceptions of life: importance of work, family, friends and acquaintances, leisure time, politics and religion; frequency of political discussions with friends; happiness; self-assessment of own health; memberships and unpaid work (volunteering) in: social welfare services, religious or church organisations, education, or cultural activities, labour unions, political parties, local political actions, human rights, environmental or peace movement, professional associations, youth work, sports clubs, womens groups, voluntary associations concerned with health or other groups; tolerance towards minorities (people with a criminal record, of a different race, left/right wing extremists, alcohol addicts, large families, emotionally unstable people, Muslims, immigrants, AIDS sufferers, drug addicts, homosexuals, Jews, gypsies and Christians - social distance); trust in people; estimation of peoples fair and helpful behaviour; internal or external control; satisfaction with life. 2. Work: reasons for people to live in need; importance of selected aspects of occupational work; employment status; general work satisfaction; freedom of decision-taking in the job; importance of work (work ethics, scale); important aspects of leisure time; attitude towards following instructions at work without criticism (obedience work); give priority to nationals over foreigners as well as men over women in jobs. 3. Religion: Individual or general clear guidelines for good and evil; religious denomination; current and former religious denomination; current frequency of church attendance and at the age of 12; importance of religious celebration at birth, marriage, and funeral; self-assessment of religiousness; churches give adequate answers to moral questions, problems of family life, spiritual needs and social problems of the country; belief in God, life after death, hell, heaven, sin and re-incarnation; personal God versus spirit or life force; own way of connecting with the divine; interest in the sacred or the supernatural; attitude towards the existence of one true religion; importance of God in ones life (10-point-scale); experience of comfort and strength from religion and belief; moments of prayer and meditation; frequency of prayers; belief in lucky charms or a talisman (10-point-scale); attitude towards the separation of church and state. 4. Family and marriage: most important criteria for a successful marriage (scale); attitude towards childcare (a child needs a home with father and mother, a woman has to have children to be fulfilled, marriage is an out-dated institution, woman as a single-parent); attitude towards marriage, children, and traditional family structure (scale); attitude towards traditional understanding of ones role of man and woman in occupation and family (scale); attitude towards: respect and love for parents, parents responsibilities for their children and the responsibility of adult children for their parents when they are in need of long-term care; importance of educational goals; attitude towards abortion. 5. Politics and society: political interest; political participation; preference for individual freedom or social equality; self-assessment on a left-right continuum (10-point-scale); self-responsibility or governmental provision; free decision of job-taking of the unemployed or no permission to refuse a job; advantage or harmfulness of competition; liberty of firms or governmental control; equal incomes or incentives for individual efforts; attitude concerning capitalism versus government ownership; postmaterialism (scale); expectation of future development (less emphasis on money and material possessions, greater respect for authority); trust in institutions; satisfaction with democracy; assessment of the political system of the country as good or bad (10-point-scale); preferred type of political system (strong leader, expert decisions, army should rule the country, or democracy); attitude towards democracy (scale). 6. Moral attitudes (scale: claiming state benefits without entitlement, cheating on taxes, joyriding, taking soft drugs, lying, adultery, bribe money, homosexuality, abortion, divorce, euthanasia, suicide, corruption, paying cash, casual sex, avoiding
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fare on public transport, prostitution, experiments with human embryos, genetic manipulation of food, insemination or in-vitro fertilization and death penalty). 7. National identity: geographical group the respondent feels belonging to (town, region of country, country, Europe, the world); citizenship; national pride; fears associated with the European Union (the loss of social security and national identity, growing expenditure of the own country, the loss of power in the world for ones own country and the loss of jobs); attitude towards the enlargement of the European Union (10-point-scale); voting intensions in the next election and party preference; party that appeals most; preferred immigrant policy; opinion on terrorism; attitude towards immigrants and their customs and traditions (take jobs away, undermine a countrys cultural life, make crime problems worse, strain on countrys welfare system, threat to society, maintain distinct customs and traditions); feeling like a stranger in ones own country; too many immigrants; important aspects of national identity (being born in the country, to respect countrys political institutions and laws, to have countrys ancestry, to speak the national language, to have lived for a long time in the country); interest in politics in the media; give authorities information to help justice versus stick to own affaires; closeness to family, neighbourhood, the people in the region, countrymen, Europeans and mankind; concerned about the living conditions of elderly people, unemployed, immigrants and sick or disabled people. 8. Environment: attitude towards the environment (scale: readiness to give part of own income for the environment, overpopulation, disastrous consequences from human interference with nature, human ingenuity remains earth fit to live in, the balance of nature is strong enough to cope with the impacts of modern industrial nations, humans were meant to rule over the rest of nature, an ecological catastrophe is inevitable). Demography: sex; age (year of birth); born in the country of interview; country of birth; year of immigration into the country; father and mother born in the country; country of birth of father and mother; current legal marital status; living together with the partner before marriage or before the registration of partnership; living together with a partner and living with a partner before; steady relationship; married to previous partner; living together with previous partner before marriage; end of relationship; number of children; year of birth of the first child; size and composition of household; experienced events: the death of a child, of father or mother, the divorce of a child, of the parents or of another relative; age of respondent when these events took place; age at completion of education; highest educational level attained; employment status; employed or self-employed in the last job; profession (ISCO-88) and occupational position; supervising function and span of control; size of company. Social origin and partner: respondents partner or spouse: partner was born in the country and partners country of birth; highest educational level; employment status of the partner; employment or self-employment of the partner in his/her last job; partners profession (ISCO-88) and occupational position; supervising function of the partner and span of control; unemployment and dependence on social-security of the respondent and his partner longer then three months in the last five years; scale of household income; living together with parents when the respondent was 14 years old; highest educational level of father/mother; employment status of father/mother when the respondent was 14 years old; profession of father/mother (ISCO-88) and kind of work; number of employees (size of business); supervising function and span of control of father and mother; characterization of the parents when respondent was 14 years old (scale: liked to read books, discussed politics at home with their child, liked to follow the news, had problems making ends meet, had problems replacing broken things); region the respondent lived at the age of 14, present place of residence (postal code); size of town; region. Interviewer rating: respondents interest in the interview. Additionally encoded: interviewer number; date of the interview; total length of the interview; time of the interview (start hour and start minute, end hour and end minute); language in which the interview was conducted. Additional country specific variables are included in this national dataset.

Scope & Coverage


Topics Countries Geographic Coverage Albania Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Cyprus -- Turkish Cypriot Community Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Great Britain Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Kosovo-Metohija -- Kosovo Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Malta Moldova, Republic of Montenegro Netherlands Northern Ireland Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Universe Persons 18 years or older who are resident within private households, regardless of nationality and citizenship or language. In Armenia persons 15 years or older and in Finland persons from 18 to 74 years were interviewed. For country-specific information, see EVS 2008 Method Report GESIS-Technical Reports 2010/10.

Producers & Sponsors


Primary Investigator(s) Gedeshi, Ilir, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Albania Armenia, European Values Study Zulehner, Paul M., Institut fr Pastoraltheologie, Katholisch-Theologische Fakultt, University of Vienna, Austria Faradov, Tair, International Centre for Social Research (ICSR) Department of Democracy and Civil Society Studies, Baku, Azerbaijan Rotman, David G., Belarus State University, The Center of Sociological and Political Studies, Minsk, Belarus
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Swyngedouw, Marc (Flanders), Center for Sociological Research, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina, European Values Study Fotev, Georgy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology, Sofia, Bulgaria Baloban, Josip, Theological Faculty University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia Roudometof, Victor, University of Cyprus, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Cyprus Rabusic, Ladislav, Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies, Brno, Czech Republic Gundelach, Peter, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Saar, Andrus, SAAR POLL, Tallinn, Estonia Pehkonen, Juhani, TNS Gallup Oy, Espoo, Finland Tchernia, Jean-Francois, Tchernia Etudes Conseil, Paris, France Pachulia, Merab, GORBI (Georgian Opinion Research Business International), Tbilisi, Georgia Jagodzinski, Wolfgang, University of Cologne, Germany Voas, David, Institute for Social Change, University of Manchester, Manchester, Great Britain Stares, Sally, Methodology Institute, London School of Economics, London, Great Britain Gari, Aikaterini, The University of Athens, Department of Psychology, Greece Rosta, Gergely, Pzmny Pter Catholic University, Institute of Sociology, Piliscsaba, Hungary Jnsson, Fridrik H., The Social Science Research Institute, Reykjavk, Iceland Breen, Michael, University of Limerick, Department of Media & Communication, Limerick, Ireland Rovati, Giancarlo, Catholic University of sacred Heart, Milan, Italy Kosovo, European Values Study Zepa, Brigita, Latvian Facts, Riga, Latvia Ziliukaite, Ruta, Institute of Culture, Philosophy and Art, Lithuania Hausman, Pierre, CEPS/INSTEAD, Differdange, Luxembourg Troisi, Joseph, European Centre for Gerontology, University of Malta, Malta Petkovska, Antoanela, Faculty of Philosophy of the University Ss Cyril and Methodius of Skopje, Institute of Sociology, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Petruti, Doru, Institute of Marketing and Polls IMAS-INC Chisinau, Republic of Moldova Besic, Milos, Faculty of Political Sciences, Montenegro Halman, Loek, Tilburg University, Department of Sociology, Tilburg, Netherlands Smith, Alan, UNESCO Centre, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland Listhaug, Ola, Department of Sociology and Political Science, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, Trondheim Jasinska-Kania, Aleksandra, University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology, Warsaw, Poland Vala, Jorge, Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto de Cienciais Sociais, Lisboa, Portugal Voicu, Malina, Romanian Academy of Science, The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Bucharest, Romania Bashkirova, Elena, Bashkirova and Partners, Moscow, Russia Gredelj, Stjepan, University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Serbia Kus, Zuzana, Slovak Academy of Sciences, The Institute for Sociology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic Tos, Niko, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ljubljana, Slovenia Cabrera, Maria Silvestre, University of Deusto, Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology, Bilbao, Spain Lundasen, Susanne, The Institute for Civil Society Studies, Ersta Skndal University College, Stockholm, Sweden Joye, Dominique, University of Lausanne, FORS, Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences, Lausanne, Switzerland Esmer, Yilmaz, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey Balakireva, Olga, Institute Economy and Prognoses, National Academy of Ukraine, Department of Monitoring Research of the Social and Economic Process, Kiev, Ukraine Voy, Liliane (Wallonia), Center for Sociological Research, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
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Other Producer(s)

European Values Study at Tilburg University, http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/ (EVS) GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, http://www.gesis.org/ (GESIS)

Sampling
Sampling Procedure A representative multi-stage or stratified random sample of the adult population of the country 18 years old and older (except Armenia 15+ and Finland 18 to 74 years) was used for the EVS 2008. The net sample size (in the sense of completed interviews) is 1500 respondents per country, except Northern Cyprus and Northern Ireland (with 500 interviews each), Iceland (808), Cyprus (1000), Ireland (1013), Norway (1090), Finland (1134), Sweden (1187), Switzerland (1272) France (random sample: 1501, two additional quota samples: 1570), Germany (diproportional sample East: 1004, West: 1071). For country-specific information, see EVS, GESIS (2010): EVS 2008 Method Report. GESIS-Technical Reports 2010/17. Retrieved from <a target="_blank" href="http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/">http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/</a>.

Data Collection
Data Collection Mode In all countries, fieldwork was conducted on the basis of detailed and uniform instructions prepared by the EVS advisory groups. The EVS questionnaires were administered as face-to-face interviews in the appropriate national language(s). As far as the data capture is concerned, CAPI or PAPI was used in nearly all countries. Exceptions are Finland (internet panel) and Sweden (postal survey). The English basic questionnaire was translated into other languages by means of the questionnaire translation system WebTrans, a web-based translation platform designed by Gallup Europe. The whole translation process was closely monitored and quasi-automated documented (see EVS (2010): EVS 2008 Guidelines and Recommendations. GESIS-Technical Reports 2010/16. Retrieved from <a target="_blank" href="http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/">http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/</a>. For country-specific information, see EVS, GESIS (2010): EVS 2008 Method Report. GESIS-Technical Reports 2010/17. Retrieved from <a target="_blank" href="http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/">http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/</a>. Data Collector(s) <br/> Albania: Strategic Puls Research, Tirana<br/> Armenia: Marketing Communications, Yerevan<br/> Austria: GFK Austria GmbH, Vienna<br/> Azerbaijan: International Center for Social Research (ICSR), BAKU<br/> Belarus: Belarus State University, Center for Sociological and Political Research, Minsk<br/> Belgium: TNS-Dimarso, Brussels<br/> Bosnia-Herzegovina: PULS doo, Sarajevo<br/> Bulgaria: Market LINKS-Research &amp Consulting, Sofia<br/> Croatia: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law, Department of Social Work, Zagreb<br/> Cyprus: CYMAR Market Research, Nicosia<br/> Northern Cyprus: Prologue Consulting, Nicosia<br/> Czech Republic: SC&amp;C spol. s r. o., Praha<br/> Denmark: SFI Survey, Kbenhavn<br/> Estonia: SAAR POLL, Tallinn<br/> Finland: TNS Gallup Oy, Espoo<br/> France: Institut de Sondages Lavialle (I.S.L.)m Issy-les-Moulineaux<br/> Georgia: GORBI Gallup International, Tbilisi<br/> Germany: BIK MARPLAN Intermedia GmbH, Offenbach am Main<br/> Great Britain: Quality Fieldwork &amp Researach Services, Birmingham<br/> Greece: Metron Analysis S.A., Athens<br/> Hungary: Forsense Piackutat s Stratgiai Tancsad Kft., Budapest<br/> Iceland: The Social Science Research Institute, Reykjavk<br/> Ireland: TNS mrbi, Dublin<br/> Italy: C.R.S. Centro Ricerche Sociali -di Marzulli M. &amp C. S.a.s., Milanj<br/> Kosovo: Strategic Marketing d.o.o., Pristina<br/> Latvia: Latvian Facts, Riga, Latvia<br/> Lithuania: Baltic Surveys- market and public opinion research company, Vilnius<br/> Luxembourg: CEPS/INSTEAD, Differdange<br/> Macedonia: Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Philosophy, Skopje Malta: MISCO international, Malta<br/> Republic of Moldova: Institute of Marketing and Polls IMAS-INC Chisinau, Chisinau<br/> Republic of Montenegro: Strategic Research, Podgorica<br/> The Netherlands: TNS NIPO, Amsterdam<br/> Northern Ireland: TNS mrbi, Dublin<br/> Norway: Statistics Norway, Oslo<br/> Poland: Pentor Research International S.A., Warszawa<br/> Portugal: TNS Euroteste, Lisboa<br/> Romania: The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy of Science (RIQL), Metro Media Transilvania, Bucharest<br/>
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Russian Federation: Bashkirova and partners, Moscow<br/> Serbia: Strategic Marketing d.o.o., Belgrade<br/> Slovak Republic: TNS SK. S.r.o., Bratislava<br/> Slovenia: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences Spain: Metroscopia, Madrid<br/> Sweden: Statistics Sweden (SCB), rebro<br/> Switzerland: M.I.S. Trend S.A., Lausanne<br/> Turkey: SAM Arastirma, Danisma ve Tanitim Hizmetleri A.S. and Bulgu Arastirma ve Halkla Iliskiler Ltd Sti, Istanbul<br/> Ukraine: Kiev International Institute of Sociology, Kiev<br/>

Accessibility
Access Authority Distributor(s) GESIS Data Archive for the Social Sciences

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Files Description
Dataset contains 1 file(s)

ZA4800-v3-0-0
# Cases # Variable(s) 67786 468

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Variables List
Dataset contains 468 variable(s)

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 studyno studynoc version versionc id_cocas caseno intno year country country1 c_abrv c_abrv1 weight_g weight_s cntry_y cntry1_y v1 v2 v3 v4 v5 v6 v7 v8 v9 v10 v11 v12 Name Label GESIS study number GESIS study number (national datasets) GESIS Archive Version GESIS Archive Version (National datasets) unified respondent number original respondent number interviewer number survey year country code country code [with split ups] country abbreviation country abbreviation [with split ups] weight weight [with split ups] country_year country_[with split ups]- year how important in your life: work (Q1A) how important in your life: family (Q1B) how important in your life: friends and acquaintances (Q1C) how important in your life: leisure time (Q1D) how important in your life: politics (Q1E) how important in your life: religion (Q1F) how often discuss politics with friends (Q2) taking all things together how happy are you (Q3) describe your state of health these days (Q4) do you belong to: welfare organisation (Q5aA) do you belong to: religious organisation (Q5aB) do you belong to: cultural activities (Q5aC)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-8.0 numeric-4.0 character-18 character-18 numeric-12.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-3.0 character-6 character-6 numeric-8.2 numeric-8.2 numeric-7.0 numeric-7.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 62765 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 67786 66835 67473 67404 67109 66932 66793 67127 66856 67574 65953 66041 65985

Invalid 0 0 0 0 0 0 5021 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 951 313 382 677 854 993 659 930 212 1833 1745 1801

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# 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 v13 v14 v15 v16 v17 v18 v19 v20 v21 v22 v23 v24 f25 v25 v28 v29 v30 v31 v32 v33 v34 v35 v36 v37 v38 Name Label do you belong to: trade unions (Q5aD) do you belong to: political parties/groups (Q5aE) do you belong to: local community action (Q5aF) do you belong to: 3w-development/human rights (Q5aG) do you belong to: environment, ecology, animal rights (Q5aH) do you belong to: professional associations (Q5aI) do you belong to: youth work (Q5aJ) do you belong to: sports/recreation (Q5aK) do you belong to: womens groups (Q5aL) do you belong to: peace movement (Q5aM) do you belong to: voluntary health organisations (Q5aN) do you belong to: other groups (Q5aO) flag variable: do you belong to: none (Q5a) do you belong to: none (Q5a) do you work unpaid for: welfare organisation (Q5bA) do you work unpaid for: religious organisation (Q5bB) do you work unpaid for: cultural activities (Q5bC) do you work unpaid for: trade unions (Q5bD) do you work unpaid for: political parties/groups (Q5bE) do you work unpaid for: local community action (Q5bF) do you work unpaid for: 3w-development/human rights (Q5bG) do you work unpaid for: environment, ecology, animal rights (Q5bH) do you work unpaid for: professional associations (Q5bI) do you work unpaid for: youth work (Q5bJ) do you work unpaid for: sports/recreation (Q5bK) Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 Valid 65949 65923 65929 65911 65931 65923 65946 66034 65930 65908 65930 65830 67786 63340 62419 63313 62682 63083 62326 62319 62315 62440 62446 62398 62991 Invalid 1837 1863 1857 1875 1855 1863 1840 1752 1856 1878 1856 1956 0 4446 5367 4473 5104 4703 5460 5467 5471 5346 5340 5388 4795

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# 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 v39 v40 v41 v42 f43 v43 v46 v47 v48 v49 v50 v51 v52 v53 v54 v55 v56 v57 v58 v59 v60 v62 v63 v64 Name Label do you work unpaid for: womens groups (Q5bL) do you work unpaid for: peace movement (Q5bM) do you work unpaid for: voluntary health organisations (Q5bN) do you work unpaid for: other groups (Q5bO) flag variable: do you work unpaid for: none (Q5b) do you work unpaid for: none (Q5b) don't like as neighbours: people with criminal record (Q6A) don't like as neighbours: people of different race (Q6B) don't like as neighbours: left wing extremists (Q6C) don't like as neighbours: heavy drinkers (Q6D) don't like as neighbours: right wing extremists (Q6E) don't like as neighbours: large families (Q6F) don't like as neighbours: emotionally unstable people (Q6G) don't like as neighbours: muslims (Q6H) don't like as neighbours: immigrants/foreign workers (Q6I) don't like as neighbours: people with AIDS (Q6J) don't like as neighbours: drug addicts (Q6K) don't like as neighbours: homosexuals (Q6L) don't like as neighbours: jews (Q6M) don't like as neighbours: gypsies (Q6N) don't like as neighbours: christians (Q6O) people can be trusted/cant be too careful (Q7) most people try to take advantage of you or try to be fair (Q8) most of the time people try to be helpful or mostly looking out for themselves (Q9) how much control over your life (Q10) Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 Valid 62215 62175 62350 62388 67786 61010 65348 64997 63591 65858 63573 65304 65038 63368 64793 64977 65966 65356 64998 65196 55708 65124 66139 66918 Invalid 5571 5611 5436 5398 0 6776 2438 2789 4195 1928 4213 2482 2748 4418 2993 2809 1820 2430 2788 2590 12078 2662 1647 868

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File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 v66 f67 v67 v68 v69 v70 v71 v72 v73 v74 v75 v76 v77 v78 v79 v80 v81 v82 v83 v84 v85 f86 v86 v89 v90 v91 v92 Name Label how satisfied are you with your life (Q11) flag variable: why do people live in need - most/second important (Q12/Q13) why do people live in need-most important (Q12) why do people live in need-2nd most important (Q13) important in a job: good pay (Q14A) important in a job: pleasant people (Q14B) important in a job: not too much pressure (Q14C) important in a job: job security (Q14D) important in a job: good hours (Q14E) important in a job: use initiative (Q14F) important in a job: useful for society (Q14G) important in a job: generous holidays (Q14H) important in a job: meeting people (Q14I) important in a job: achieving something (Q14J) important in a job: responsible job (Q14K) important in a job: interesting job (Q14L) important in a job: meeting abilities (Q14M) important in a job: learning new skills (Q14N) important in a job: family friendly (Q14O) important in a job: have a say (Q14P) important in a job: people treated equally (Q14Q) flag variable: important in a job: none of these (Q14) important in a job: none of these (Q14) are you employed yes/no (Q15) how satisfied are you with your job (Q16) how free are you to make decisions in job (Q17) job needed to develop talents (Q18A)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 67216 67786 66050 63061 67214 66930 66225 66767 66603 66122 66172 66187 66445 66438 66312 66638 66609 66430 64956 66064 66637 67786 61045 67506 33139 33077 66516

Invalid 570 0 1736 4725 572 856 1561 1019 1183 1664 1614 1599 1341 1348 1474 1148 1177 1356 2830 1722 1149 0 6741 280 34647 34709 1270

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 v93 v94 v95 v96 v97 v98 v99 v100 v101 v102 v103 v104 v105 v106 v106_cs v107 v108 v108_cs v109 v110 v111 v112 v113 v114 v115 v116 Name Label humiliating receiving money without working (Q18B) people turn lazy not working (Q18C) work is a duty towards society (Q18D) work comes always first (Q18E) leisure time: meeting nice people (Q19A) leisure time: relaxing (Q19B) leisure time: doing as I want (Q19C) leisure time: learning something new (Q19D) follow instructions at work/must be convinced first (Q20) jobs are scarce: giving...(nation) priority (Q21A) jobs are scarce: giving men priority (Q21B) good and evil: clear/no clear guidelines (Q22) do you belong to a religious denomination (Q23) which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a) (standardized) which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a) did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24) did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a) (standardized) did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a) how often attend religious services (Q25) how often attend religious services 12 years old (Q26) religious service important: birth (Q27A) religious service important: marriage (Q27B) religious service important: death (Q27C) are you a religious person (Q28) church answers to: moral problems (Q29A) church answers to: family life problems (Q29B) Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-6.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-6.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 Valid 66243 66528 66247 66583 67158 67157 66988 66774 65846 65948 65772 64064 67292 51185 51185 65045 5715 5706 66960 65105 64336 64423 64813 64282 58141 58323 Invalid 1543 1258 1539 1203 628 629 798 1012 1940 1838 2014 3722 494 16601 16601 2741 62071 62080 826 2681 3450 3363 2973 3504 9645 9463

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EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 v117 v118 v119 v120 v121 v122 v123 v124 v125 v126 v127 v128 v129 v130 v131 v132 v133 v134 v135 v136 v137 v138 v139 v140 v141 v142 v143 Name Label church answers to: spiritual needs (Q29C) church answers to: social problems (Q29D) do you believe in: God (Q30A) do you believe in: life after death (Q30B) do you believe in: hell (Q30C) do you believe in: heaven (Q30D) do you believe in: sin (Q30E) do you believe in: re-incarnation (Q31) which statement closest to your beliefs (Q32) own way of connecting with the divine (Q33) how spiritual are you (Q34) only one true religion or no religion offers any truths (Q35) how important is God in your life (Q36) do you get comfort and strength from religion (Q37) do you take moments of prayer/meditation (Q38) how often do you pray to God outside religious services (Q39) do you believe that lucky charm protects (Q40) politicians and God (Q41A) religious leaders and influence government decisions (Q41B) important in marriage: faithfulness (Q42A) important in marriage: adequate income (Q42B) important in marriage: same social background (Q42C) important in marriage: shared religious beliefs (Q42D) important in marriage: good housing (Q42E) important in marriage: agreement on politics (Q42F) important in marriage: live apart from in-laws (Q42G) important in marriage: happy sexual relationship (Q42H)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 59248 57165 63320 57475 58618 58662 61113 58132 65097 61972 65782 61809 65543 62587 65603 65166 64233 63649 63578 67272 67242 66319 65956 67086 65770 65901 65944

Invalid 8538 10621 4466 10311 9168 9124 6673 9654 2689 5814 2004 5977 2243 5199 2183 2620 3553 4137 4208 514 544 1467 1830 700 2016 1885 1842

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 v144 v145 v146 v147 v148 v149 v150 v151 v152 v153 v154 v155 v156 v157 v158 v159 v160 v161 v162 v163 v164 v165 v166 v167 v168 Name Label important in marriage: share household chores (Q42I) important in marriage: children (Q42J) important in marriage: discuss problems (Q42K) important in marriage: time for friends and personal hobbies (Q42L) children need both parents to grow up happily (Q43) women need children in order to be fulfilled (Q44) marriage is outdated (Q45) woman single parent, no stable relationship with man (Q46) men need children in order to be fulfilled (Q47A) long-term relationship necessary to be happy (Q47B) homosexual couples - adopt children It is alright to live together without getting married (Q47D) duty towards society to have children (Q47E) people should decide themselves to have children (Q47F) It is childs duty to take care of ill parent (Q47G) working mother warm relationship with children (Q48A) pre-school child suffers with working mother (Q48B) women really want home and children (Q48C) being housewife as fulfilling as paid job (Q48D) job best way for independence women (Q48E) husband+wife contribute to household income (Q48F) fathers as well suited to look after children as mothers (Q48G) men should take the same responsibility for home and children (Q48H) love and respect parents always/earned (Q49) parents responsibilities to their children at expense of/not sacrifice own well-being (Q50)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 66804 66699 67058 66623 65983 63732 64401 65541 65985 66706 63633 66374 66113 67009 66573 65643 64571 62863 62137 64295 65542 65492 66288 64954 66178

Invalid 982 1087 728 1163 1803 4054 3385 2245 1801 1080 4153 1412 1673 777 1213 2143 3215 4923 5649 3491 2244 2294 1498 2832 1608

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 184 v169 Name Label children responsibilities to their parents in need at expense of/not sacrifice own well-being (Q51) learn children at home: good manners (Q52A) learn children at home: independence (Q52B) learn children at home: hard work (Q52C) learn children at home: feeling of responsibility (Q52D) learn children at home: imagination (Q52E) learn children at home: tolerance+respect (Q52F) learn children at home: thrift (Q52G) learn children at home: determination, perseverance (Q52H) learn children at home: religious faith (Q52I) learn children at home: unselfishness (Q52J) flag variable: learn children at home (Q52) learn children at home: obedience (Q52K) flag variable: learn children at home: none (Q52) learn children at home: none (Q52) abortion if woman not married approve/disapprove (Q53A) abortion if couple doesn't want more children (Q53B) how interested are you in politics (Q54) signing a petition (Q55A) joining in boycotts (Q55B) attending lawful demonstrations (Q55C) joining unofficial strikes (Q55D) occupying buildings/factories (Q55E) more important: freedom or equality (Q56) political view: left-right (Q57) individual-state responsibility for providing (Q58A) take any job-right to refuse job when unemployed (Q58B)
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Type discrete

Format numeric-1.0

Valid 64995

Invalid 2791

185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210

v170 v171 v172 v173 v174 v175 v176 v177 v178 v179 f180 v180 f181 v181 v184 v185 v186 v187 v188 v189 v190 v191 v192 v193 v194 v195

discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0

66125 63631 65226 65361 62983 64554 63771 63369 63633 63021 67786 63448 67786 59763 59524 60713 67081 63586 62447 63445 62316 62618 63973 50471 66073 65895

1661 4155 2560 2425 4803 3232 4015 4417 4153 4765 0 4338 0 8023 8262 7073 705 4200 5339 4341 5470 5168 3813 17315 1713 1891

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 v196 v197 v198 v199 v200 f201 v201 v202 v202_4 v203 v204 v205 v206 v207 v208 v209 v210 v211 v212 v213 v214 v215 v216 v217 v218 Name Label competition good-harmful for people (Q58C) state give more freedom to-control firms more effectively (Q58D) equalize incomes-incentives for individual effort (Q58E) private-government ownership business (Q58F) opinion on society (Q59) flag variable: aims of respondent: first/second choice (Q55/Q56) aims of this country-most important (Q60) aims of this country-2nd most important (Q61) post-materialist index 4-item good/bad: less emphasis on money (Q62A) good/bad: more respect for authority (Q62B) how much confidence in: church (Q63A) how much confidence in: armed forces (Q63B) how much confidence in: education system (Q63C) how much confidence in: the press (Q63D) how much confidence in: trade unions (Q63E) how much confidence in: the police (Q63F) how much confidence in: parliament (Q63G) how much confidence in: civil service (Q63H) how much confidence in: social security system (Q63I) how much confidence in: european union (Q63J) how much confidence in: NATO (Q63K) how much confidence in: united nations organisation (Q63L) how much confidence in: health care system (Q63M) how much confidence in: justice system (Q63N)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 64904 63683 65489 61794 60997 67786 66226 64936 64795 61198 60355 65309 64790 65479 65766 61038 66387 64656 64118 64421 61552 59107 59304 66176 64819

Invalid 2882 4103 2297 5992 6789 0 1560 2850 2991 6588 7431 2477 2996 2307 2020 6748 1399 3130 3668 3365 6234 8679 8482 1610 2967

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 v219 v220 v221 v222 v223 v224 v225 v226 v227 v228 v229 v230 v231 v232 v233 v234 v235 v236 v237 v238 v239 v240 v241 v242 v243 v244 v245 v246 v247 v248 Name Label how much confidence in: major companies (Q63O) how much confidence in: environmental organizations (Q63P) how much confidence in: political parties (Q63Q) how much confidence in: government (Q63R) are you satisfied with democracy (Q64) view government: very bad-very good (Q65) political system: strong leader (Q66A) political system: experts making decisions (Q66B) political system: the army ruling (Q66C) political system: democratic (Q66D) democracy: best political system (Q67A) democracy: causes bad economy (Q67B) democracy: is indecisive (Q67C) democracy: cannot maintain order (Q67D) do you justify: claiming state benefits (Q68A) do you justify: cheating on tax (Q68B) do you justify: joyriding (Q68C) do you justify: taking soft drugs (Q68D) do you justify: lying in own interest (Q68E) do you justify: adultery (Q68F) do you justify: accepting a bribe (Q68G) do you justify: homosexuality (Q68H) do you justify: abortion (Q68I) do you justify: divorce (Q68J) do you justify: euthanasia (Q68K) do you justify: suicide (Q68L) do you justify: paying cash to avoid taxes (Q68M) do you justify: having casual sex (Q68N) do you justify: avoiding fare public transport (Q68O) do you justify: prostitution (Q68P)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0

Valid 60539 61596 64231 64705 63673 64642 60432 58962 61388 60729 60619 56611 58235 58118 66069 66358 66844 66758 66677 66021 66719 62847 65142 65644 63402 64664 65323 65203 66536 65695

Invalid 7247 6190 3555 3081 4113 3144 7354 8824 6398 7057 7167 11175 9551 9668 1717 1428 942 1028 1109 1765 1067 4939 2644 2142 4384 3122 2463 2583 1250 2091

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 v249 v250 v251 v252 f253 v253 v254 v255 v256 v257 v258 v259 v260 v261 v262 v263 v264 v264_LR v265 v265_LR v266 v267 v268 v269 v270 v271 v272 Name Label do you justify: experiments human embryos (Q68Q) do you justify: manipulation food (Q68R) do you justify: invitro fertilization (Q68S) do you justify: death penalty (Q68T) flag variable: belong to geographic group - most/second (Q67/Q68) belong to geographic group - most (Q69) belong to geographic group - next (Q70) are you a citizen of ... (country) (Q71) how proud are you to be a ... (country) citizen (Q72) EU fears: loss of social security (Q73A) EU fears: lose national identity/culture (Q73B) EU fears: own country pays (Q73C) EU fears: loss of power (Q73D) EU fears: loss of jobs (Q73E) European Union enlargement (Q74) would you vote at a general election tomorrow (Q75) which political party would you vote for (Q75a) which political party would you vote for - left/right scale (Q75a) which political party appeals to you most (Q75b) which political party appeals to you most - left/right scale (Q75b) work: people from less developed countries (Q76) terrorism: can be justified/must be condemned (Q77) immigrants take away jobs from [nationality] (Q78A) immigrants undermine countrys cultural life (Q78B) immigrants increase crime problems (Q78C) immigrants are a strain on welfare system (Q78D) immigrants will become a threat to society (Q78E)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-5.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-5.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0

Valid 62626 62347 62998 64463 67786 67108 65882 67656 62045 62324 62935 58500 61388 62813 59230 61513 37329 36190 5264 4939 64475 63479 65365 64726 64456 63376 62974

Invalid 5160 5439 4788 3323 0 678 1904 130 5741 5462 4851 9286 6398 4973 8556 6273 30457 31596 62522 62847 3311 4307 2421 3060 3330 4410 4812

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 293 294 295 296 297 v273 v274 v275 v276 v277 Name Label immigrants maintain own/take over customs (Q78F) immigrants living in your country: feels like a stranger (Q79A) immigrants living in your country: there are too many (Q79B) important: to have been born in [country] (Q80A) important: to respect [country nationality] political institutions and laws (Q80B) important: to have [country nationality] ancestry (Q80C) important: to be able to speak [country language] (Q80D) important: to have lived in [country] for a long time (Q80E) how often do you follow politics in media (Q81) give information to help justice (Q82A) people should stick to own affairs (Q82B) are you concerned with: immediate family (Q83A) are you concerned with: people neighbourhood (Q83B) are you concerned with: people own region (Q83C) are you concerned with: fellow countrymen (Q83D) are you concerned with: europeans (Q83E) are you concerned with: humankind (Q83F) are you concerned with: elderly people (Q84A) are you concerned with: unemployed people (Q84B) are you concerned with: immigrants (Q84C) are you concerned with: sick and disabled (Q84D) are you concerned with: poor children (Q84E) environment: giving part of income (Q85A) environment: approaching the limit of people (Q85B)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 62878 65571 63472 66526 66530

Invalid 4908 2215 4314 1260 1256

298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316

v278 v279 v280 v281 v282 v283 v284 v285 v286 v287 v288 v289 v290 v291 v292 v293 v294 v295 v296

discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

66477 66780 66386 67246 65055 65338 67290 67146 66913 66795 66232 66182 65627 66906 66351 66998 66954 62042 56036

1309 1006 1400 540 2731 2448 496 640 873 991 1554 1604 2159 880 1435 788 832 5744 11750

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 v297 v298 v299 v300 v301 v302 v303 age age_r age_r2 v304 v305b v306 v307b v308 v309 v310b v311 v312b v313 v314 v315 v316 v317 v318 v319 Name Label environment: interference produces disastrous consequences (Q85C) environment: human ingenuity insures earth remaining fit (Q85D) environment: nature is strong enough to cope with impacts of industry (Q85E) environment: humans were meant to rule over nature (Q85F) environment: if things continue we will experience a catastrophe (Q85G) sex respondent (Q86) year of birth respondent (Q87) age: respondent (constructed) age (recoded) age (recoded into 3 intervals) having [countrys] nationality (Q88) respondents nationality - ISO 3166-1 code (Q89) respondent born in [country] (Q90) respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91) year in which respondent came to live in [country] (Q92) father born in [country] (Q93) fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94) mother born in [country] (Q95) mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96) current legal marital status respondent (Q97) lived with partner before marriage (Q98) living with partner (Q99) having steady relationship (Q100) did you live with a partner before (Q101) married to this partner or in registered partnership (Q102) lived with this partner before marriage/registration of partnership (Q103) end of relationship because of separation or partners death how many children do you have (Q105) Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-9.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-9.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-9.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-9.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 Valid 62119 56960 57305 60325 60010 67774 67495 67495 67495 67495 67652 3275 67636 5287 5034 67385 8102 67538 8036 67325 49268 28768 23524 52482 4228 2359 Invalid 5667 10826 10481 7461 7776 12 291 291 291 291 134 64511 150 62499 62752 401 59684 248 59750 461 18518 39018 44262 15304 63558 65427

343 344

v320 v321

discrete discrete

numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0

5283 67173

62503 613

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File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 v322 v323 v324a v324b v325a v325b v326a v326b v327a v327b v328a v328b v329a v329b v330a v330b v331a v331b v332a v332b v333a v333b v334a v334b v335 v335_r v336 Name Label year in which firstborn child was born (Q106) living in household: partner, husband or wife (Q107) living in household: children (Q107) living in household: number of children (Q107) living in household: parents (Q107) living in household: number of parents (Q107) living in household: grandparents (Q107) living in household: number of grandparents (Q107) living in household: relatives (Q107) living in household: number of relatives (Q107) living in household: non relatives (Q107) living in household: number of non relatives (Q107) experienced: death of own children (Q108) age experienced: death of own children (Q108) experienced: divorce of own children (Q108) age experienced: divorce of own children (Q108) experienced: divorce of parents (Q108) age experienced: divorce of parents (Q108) experienced: divorce of relative (Q108) age experienced: divorce of relative (Q108) experienced: death of father (Q108) age experienced: death of father (Q108) experienced: death of mother (Q108) age experienced: death of mother (Q108) age completed education respondent (Q109) age completed education respondent (Q109) (recoded in intervals) educational level respondent: ISCED code one digit (Q110)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-4.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 46498 67137 66388 29373 66611 13660 66165 2213 66478 8578 66268 2015 66256 2872 66168 3278 67103 4744 66501 10477 67076 28511 67114 21423 63570 63570 67171

Invalid 21288 649 1398 38413 1175 54126 1621 65573 1308 59208 1518 65771 1530 64914 1618 64508 683 63042 1285 57309 710 39275 672 46363 4216 4216 615

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 v336_r v336_2 v336_3 v336_4 v336_5 v336_cs v337 v338 v339ISCO v339_2 v339_3 v339SIOPS v339ISEI v339ESeC v339egp v340 v341 v341a v342 v343b v344 v344_2 v344_3 v344_4 v344_5 Name Label education level (Q110) (recoded) educational level respondent: ISCED code two digits (Q110) educational level respondent: ISCED code three digits (Q110) highest educational level attained respondent (8 categories) (Q110) highest educational level attained respondent (13 categories) (Q110) educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific) paid employment/no paid employment (Q111) employment/self-employment: last job (Q111A) kind of job respondent - ISCO88 code (Q112) kind of job respondent - 2 digit ISCO88 code (Q112) kind of job respondent - 3 digit ISCO88 code (Q112) occupational status respondent - SIOPS (Q112) occupational status respondent - ISEI (Q112) occupational status respondent European ESeC (Q112) occupational status respondent - egp11 (Q112) respondent had/has how many employees (Q113) do you supervise someone (Q114) number of supervised people (3 categories) (Q114a) partner/spouse born in [country] (Q115) spouse/partners country of birth - ISO 3166-1code (Q115a) educational level partner: ISCED code one digit (Q116) educational level partner: ISCED code two digits (Q116) educational level partner: ISCED code three digits (Q116) highest educational level attained spouse partner (8 categories) (Q116) highest educational level attained spouse partner (13 categories) (Q116)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-7.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-9.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-4.0

Valid 67171 67171 67171 67171 67171 67270 67288 35790 53411 53411 53411 53411 53411 53411 53411 5663 46850 10575 41005 3976 40611 40611 40611 40611 40611

Invalid 615 615 615 615 615 516 498 31996 14375 14375 14375 14375 14375 14375 14375 62123 20936 57211 26781 63810 27175 27175 27175 27175 27175

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 v344_r v344_cs v345 v345a v346ISCO v346_2 v346_3 v346SIOPS v346ISEI v346ESeC v346egp v347 v348 v348a v349 v350 Name Label educational level partner (q116) (recoded) ISCED code education partner (Q116) (country specific) paid employment/no paid employment spouse/partner (Q117) employment/self-employment: last job (Q117a) kind of job spouse/partner - 4 digit ISCO88 code (Q118) kind of job spouse/partner - 2 digit ISCO88 code (Q118) kind of job spouse/partner - 3 digit ISCO88 code (Q118) occupational status spouse/partner SIOPS (Q118) occupational status spouse/partner - ISEI (Q118) occupational status spouse/partner European ESeC (Q118) occupational status spouse/partner egp11 (Q118) spouse/partner had/has how many employees (Q119) does spouse/partner supervise someone (Q120) how many people does she/he supervise (Q120a) respondent experienced unemployment longer than 3 months (Q121) spouse/partner experienced unemployment longer than 3 months (Q122) dependency on social security during last 5 years respondent (Q123) dependency on social security during last 5 years spouse/partner (Q124) weekly household income (Q125) monthly household income (Q125) annual household income (Q125) weekly household income (Q125) (country specific) monthly household income (Q125) (country specific) annual household income (Q125) (country specific) monthly household income (x1000), corrected for ppp in euros
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-7.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 40611 40654 41078 18659 34620 34620 34620 34620 34620 34620 34620 3817 28958 5668 65764 40063

Invalid 27175 27132 26708 49127 33166 33166 33166 33166 33166 33166 33166 63969 38828 62118 2022 27723

413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421

v351 v352 v353WK v353MM v353YR v353W_cs v353M_cs v353Y_cs v353M_ppp

discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-8.0 numeric-8.0 numeric-8.0 numeric-8.2

66392 40365 55635 55635 55635 55635 55635 55635 55635

1394 27421 12151 12151 12151 12151 12151 12151 12151

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 v353_r v354 v355 v355_2 v355_3 v355_4 v355_5 v355_r v355_cs v356 v357ISCO v357_2 v357_3 v357SIOPS v357ISEI v357ESeC v357egp v358 v359 v359a v360 v361 v362 v363 v364 Name Label income household respondent (Q125)(recoded) lived with parents at the age of 14 (Q126) educational level father [mother]: ISCED code one digit (Q127) educational level father [mother]: ISCED code two digits (Q127) educational level father [mother]: ISCED code three digits (Q127) highest educational level attained father/mother (8 categories) (Q127) highest educational level attained father/mother (13 categories) (Q127) educational level father [mother] (Q127) (recoded) ISCED code education father (Q127) (country specific) father/mother employed at respondents age of 14 (Q128) kind of job father/mother - 4 digit ISCO88 code (Q129) kind of job father/mother- 2 digit ISCO88 code (Q129) kind of job father/mother - 3 digit ISCO88 code (Q129) occupational status father/mother SIOPS (Q129a) occupational status father/mother - ISEI (Q129a) occupational status father/mother European ESeC (Q129a) occupational status father/mother egp11 (Q129a) father/mother had how many employees (Q130) did father/mother supervise someone (Q131) how many people did she/he supervise (Q131a) mother liked to read books (Q132A) discussed politics with mother (Q132B) mother liked to follow the news (Q132C) parent(s) had problems making ends meet (Q132D) father liked to read books (Q132E)
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Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete

Format numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-7.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0

Valid 55635 67675 61622 61622 61622 61622 61622 61622 61706 62829 53875 53875 53875 53875 53875 53875 53875 9569 41045 7986 61618 62426 61548 62729 56781

Invalid 12151 111 6164 6164 6164 6164 6164 6164 6080 4957 13911 13911 13911 13911 13911 13911 13911 58217 26741 59800 6168 5360 6238 5057 11005

EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables List

File ZA4800-v3-0-0
# 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 v365 v366 v367 v368b_CC v368b_N3 v368b_N2 v368b_N1 v370 v371b_N3 v371b_N2 v371b_N1 v372 v373a v373b v374 v374a v374b v374c v375 v376 v377 v378 Name Label discussed politics with father (Q132F) father liked to follow the news (Q132G) parent(s) had problems replacing broken things (Q132H) region at age 14: country (Q133) region at age 14: NUTS-3 code (Q133) region at age 14: NUTS-2 code (Q133) region at age 14: NUTS-1 code (Q133) size of town where interview was conducted (Q135) region where interview was conducted: NUTS-3 code (Q136) region where interview was conducted: NUTS-2 code (Q136) region where interview was conducted: NUTS-1 code (Q136) date of interview (Q137) time of interview: start hour (Q138) time of interview: start minute (Q138) duration of interview in minutes (Q138) time of interview: end hour (Q138) time of interview: end minute (Q138) time at the end of interview (constructed) interest of respondent during interview (Q139) language of interview (Q140) year/month of start-fieldwork year/month of end-fieldwork Type discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete discrete Format numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-9.0 numeric-8.0 numeric-6.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-8.0 numeric-6.0 numeric-4.0 character-10 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-2.0 numeric-4.0 numeric-1.0 numeric-3.0 numeric-6.0 numeric-6.0 Valid 57349 57008 59253 61070 55963 57912 59769 63083 61711 64249 65372 65869 63900 63899 64270 62328 62325 62323 64900 66513 67786 67786 Invalid 10437 10778 8533 6716 11823 9874 8017 4703 6075 3537 2414 3886 3887 3516 5458 5461 5463 2886 1273 0 0

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EVS 2008: Integrated Dataset - Variables Description

Variables Description
Dataset contains 468 variable(s)

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File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# studyno: Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

GESIS study number


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4800-4800] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] GESIS Study Number: ZA4800 Label Cases 67786 Percentage 100.0%

Value 4800 # studynoc: Information

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

GESIS study number (national datasets)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4751-4797] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] GESIS Study Number (National datasets): ZA4783 Albania ZA4784 Armenia ZA4754 Austria ZA4785 Azerbaijan ZA4782 Belarus ZA4759 Belgium ZA4786 Bosnia-Herzegovina ZA4774 Bulgaria ZA4775 Croatia ZA4787 Cyprus ZA4788 Nothern Cyprus ZA4770 Czech Republic ZA4760 Denmark ZA4766 Estonia ZA4762 Finland ZA4751 France ZA4789 Georgia ZA4753 Germany ZA4752 Great Britain ZA4776 Greece ZA4772 Hungary ZA4763 Iceland ZA4765 Ireland ZA4764 Northern Ireland ZA4755 Italy ZA4790 Kosovo ZA4767 Latvia ZA4768 Lithuania ZA4779 Luxembourg ZA4792 Macedonia ZA4778 Malta ZA4793 Moldova ZA4794 Montenegro ZA4758 The Netherlands ZA4795 Norway ZA4769 Poland ZA4757 Portugal ZA4773 Romania ZA4777 Russian Federation ZA4796 Serbia ZA4771 Slovak Republic ZA4780 Slovenia ZA4756 Spain ZA4761 Sweden ZA4797 Switzerland ZA4791 Turkey ZA4781 Ukraine
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Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

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# studynoc: Value 4751 4752 4753 4754 4755 4756 4757 4758 4759 4760 4761 4762 4763 4764 4765 4766 4767 4768 4769 4770 4771 4772 4773 4774 4775 4776 4777 4778 4779 4780 4781 4782 4783 4784 4785 4786 4787 4788 4789 4790 4791
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GESIS study number (national datasets)


Label Cases 1501 1561 2075 1510 1519 1500 1553 1554 1509 1507 1187 1134 808 500 1013 1518 1506 1500 1510 1821 1509 1513 1489 1500 1525 1500 1504 1500 1610 1366 1507 1500 1534 1500 1505 1512 1000 500 1500 1601 2384 0.7% 2.2% 2.4% 3.5% 1.5% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.0% 2.2% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 0.7% 1.5% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.7% 1.2% 1.8% 1.7% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.3% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% Percentage 2.2% 2.3% 3.1%

File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# studynoc: Value 4792 4793 4794 4795 4796 4797 # version: Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

GESIS study number (national datasets)


Label Cases 1500 1551 1516 1090 1512 1272 1.6% 2.2% 1.9% Percentage 2.2% 2.3% 2.2%

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

GESIS Archive Version


[Type= discrete] [Format=character] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] GESIS Archive Version: 3.0.0 &#39;2011-11-20&#39; This variable identifies the GESIS archive version number of this data set and the corresponding release date, recorded as an alphanumeric string. The version number is composed of a sequence of three numbers. The major number is incremented when there are changes in the composition of the data set (e.g. additional variables or cases), the minor or second number is incremented when significant errors have been fixed (e.g. coding errors, misleading value labels), and the third or revision number is incremented when minor bugs are fixed (e.g. spelling errors in variable or value labels). Label Cases 67786 Percentage 100.0%

Value 3.0.0 (2011-11-20) # versionc: Information

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

GESIS Archive Version (National datasets)


[Type= discrete] [Format=character] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] GESIS Archive Version (National Datasets): 2.0.0 &#39;2011-11-20&#39; 3.0.0 &#39;2011-11-20&#39; This variable identifies the GESIS archive version number of this data set and the corresponding release date, recorded as an alphanumeric string. The version number is composed of a sequence of three numbers. The major number is incremented when there are changes in the composition of the data set (e.g. additional variables or cases), the minor or second number is incremented when significant errors have been fixed (e.g. coding errors, misleading value labels), and the third or revision number is incremented when minor bugs are fixed (e.g. spelling errors in variable or value labels). Label Cases 63278 4508 6.7% Percentage 93.3%

Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 2.0.0 (2011-11-20) 3.0.0 (2011-11-20) # id_cocas: Information

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

unified respondent number


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 200800800001-200891501601] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Unified respondent number: Code comprises 12 digits: YYYY (year of wave), CCC (ISO-Code for country), and NNNNN (casenumber)

Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question # caseno:

original respondent number


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-8087541484] [Missing=*]
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Information

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# caseno:

original respondent number


[Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Original respondent number

Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question # intno:

interviewer number
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-66508118] [Missing=*] [Valid=62765 /-] [Invalid=5021 /-] Interviewer number Finland, Norway: Question not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Netherlands: Question not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Data provided for by country. Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # year:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

survey year
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 2008-2009] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Survey year: 2008-2010 Note: For detailed information, see variables cntry_y, cntry1_y. Label 2008 2009 other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases 56184 11602 0 0 0 0 0 17.1% Percentage 82.9%

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 2008 2009 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # country: Information

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

country code
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 8-915] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Country/Sample 8 Albania 31 Azerbaijan 40 Austria 51 Armenia 56 Belgium 70 Bosnia Herzegovina 100 Bulgaria 112 Belarus 191 Croatia 196 Cyprus
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Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# country:

country code
197 Northern Cyprus 203 Czech Republic 208 Denmark 233 Estonia 246 Finland 250 France 268 Georgia 276 Germany 300 Greece 348 Hungary 352 Iceland 372 Ireland 380 Italy 428 Latvia 440 Lithuania 442 Luxembourg 470 Malta 498 Moldova 499 Montenegro 528 Netherlands 578 Norway 616 Poland 620 Portugal 642 Romania 643 Russian Federation 688 Serbia 703 Slovak Republic 705 Slovenia 724 Spain 752 Sweden 756 Switzerland 792 Turkey 804 Ukraine 807 Macedonia 826 Great Britain 909 Northern Ireland 915 Kosovo

Value 8 31 40 51 56 70 100 112 191 196 197 203 208 233 246 250 268

Label Albania Azerbaijan Austria Armenia Belgium Bosnia Herzegovina Bulgaria Belarus Croatia Cyprus Northern Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Georgia
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Cases 1534 1505 1510 1500 1509 1512 1500 1500 1525 1000 500 1821 1507 1518 1134 1501 1500 0.7%

Percentage 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.5%

2.7% 2.2% 2.2% 1.7% 2.2% 2.2%

File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# country: Value 276 300 348 352 372 380 428 440 442 470 498 499 528 578 616 620 642 643 688 703 705 724 752 756 792 804 807 826 909 915 # country1: Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

country code
Label Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation Serbia Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Macedonia Great Britain Northern Ireland Kosovo Cases 2075 1500 1513 808 1013 1519 1506 1500 1610 1500 1551 1516 1554 1090 1510 1553 1489 1504 1512 1509 1366 1500 1187 1272 2384 1507 1500 1561 500 1601 0.7% 2.4% 2.2% 2.2% 2.3% 1.8% 1.9% 3.5% 1.6% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.0% 2.2% 1.2% 1.5% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% Percentage 3.1%

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

country code [with split ups]


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 8-915] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Country/Sample: With split-up for Germany (East and West Germany) 8 Albania 31 Azerbaijan 40 Austria 51 Armenia 56 Belgium 70 Bosnia Herzegovina 100 Bulgaria 112 Belarus 191 Croatia
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File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# country1:

country code [with split ups]


196 Cyprus 197 Northern Cyprus 203 Czech Republic 208 Denmark 233 Estonia 246 Finland 250 France 268 Georgia 300 Greece 348 Hungary 352 Iceland 372 Ireland 380 Italy 428 Latvia 440 Lithuania 442 Luxembourg 470 Malta 498 Moldova 499 Montenegro 528 Netherlands 578 Norway 616 Poland 620 Portugal 642 Romania 643 Russian Federation 688 Serbia 703 Slovak Republic 705 Slovenia 724 Spain 752 Sweden 756 Switzerland 792 Turkey 804 Ukraine 807 Macedonia 826 Great Britain 900 Germany West 901 Germany East 909 Northern Ireland 915 Kosovo

Value 8 31 40 51 56 70 100 112 191 196 197 203 208 233 246 250

Label Albania Azerbaijan Austria Armenia Belgium Bosnia Herzegovina Bulgaria Belarus Croatia Cyprus Northern Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France
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Cases 1534 1505 1510 1500 1509 1512 1500 1500 1525 1000 500 1821 1507 1518 1134 1501 0.7%

Percentage 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.5%

2.7% 2.2% 2.2% 1.7% 2.2%

File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# country1: Value 268 300 348 352 372 380 428 440 442 470 498 499 528 578 616 620 642 643 688 703 705 724 752 756 792 804 807 826 900 901 909 915 # c_abrv:

country code [with split ups]


Label Georgia Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation Serbia Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Macedonia Great Britain Germany West Germany East Northern Ireland Kosovo Cases 1500 1500 1513 808 1013 1519 1506 1500 1610 1500 1551 1516 1554 1090 1510 1553 1489 1504 1512 1509 1366 1500 1187 1272 2384 1507 1500 1561 1071 1004 500 1601 0.7% 2.4% 1.6% 1.5% 2.2% 2.2% 2.3% 1.8% 1.9% 3.5% 1.6% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.0% 2.2% 1.2% 1.5% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.3% Percentage 2.2% 2.2% 2.2%

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

country abbreviation
[Type= discrete] [Format=character] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Country abbreviation AL Albania; AM Armenia; AT Austria; AZ Azerbaijan; BA Bosnia-Herzegovina; BE Belgium; BG Bulgaria; BY Belarus; CH Switzerland; CY Cyprus; CZ Czech Republic; DE Germany; DK Denmark; EE Estonia; ES Spain; FI Finland; FR France; GB-GBN Great Britain; GE Georgia; GR Greece; HR Croatia; HU Hungary; IE Ireland; IS Iceland; IT Italy; RS-KM Kosovo; LT Lithuania; LU Luxembourg; LV Latvia; MD Moldova; ME Montenegro; MK Macedonia; MT Malta; GB-NIR Northern Ireland; CY-TCC Northern Cyprus; NL Netherlands; NO Norway; PL Poland; PT Portugal; RO Romania; RS Serbia; RU Russia; SE Sweden; SI Slovenia; SK Slovakia; TK Turkey; UA Ukraine

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

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# c_abrv:

country abbreviation
All surveyed countries and regions, i.e. including separate samples for East-/West-Germany, Great Britain/Northern Ireland, Kosovo, and the Turkish Cypriot Community (TCC), are coded in accordance with the ISO 3166-1-alpha-2 country code, if available. ISO 3166-2 is applied for the United Kingdom subdivisions. ISO standard codes are not available for the historical East/West subdivision of Germany (DE-E/DE-W), Kosovo (RS-KM), and for the Turkish Cypriot Community in northern Cyprus (CY-TCC), the internationally not recognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

Value AL AM AT AZ BA BE BG BY CH CY CY-TCC CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB-GBN GB-NIR GE GR HR HU IE IS IT LT LU LV MD ME MK MT NL NO PL PT

Label

Cases 1534 1500 1510 1505 1512 1509 1500 1500 1272 1000 500 1821 2075 1507 1518 1500 1134 1501 1561 500 1500 1500 1525 1513 1013 808 1519 1500 1610 1506 1551 1516 1500 1500 1554 1090 1510 1553
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Percentage 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.9% 1.5% 0.7% 2.7% 3.1% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.7% 2.2% 2.3% 0.7% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.5% 1.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.3% 1.6% 2.2% 2.3%

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# c_abrv: Value RO RS RS-KM RU SE SI SK TR UA # c_abrv1: Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

country abbreviation
Label Cases 1489 1512 1601 1504 1187 1366 1509 2384 1507 2.2% 1.8% 2.0% 2.2% 3.5% Percentage 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2%

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

country abbreviation [with split ups]


[Type= discrete] [Format=character] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Country abbreviation with split-up for Germany (West and East Germany) AL Albania; AM Armenia; AT Austria; AZ Azerbaijan; BA Bosnia-Herzegovina; BE Belgium; BG Bulgaria; BY Belarus; CH Switzerland; CY Cyprus; CZ Czech Republic; DK Denmark; DE-E Germany East; DE-W Germany West; EE Estonia; ES Spain; FI Finland; FR France; GB-GBN Great Britain; GE Georgia; GR Greece; HR Croatia; HU Hungary; IE Ireland; IS Iceland; IT Italy; RS-KM Kosovo; LT Lithuania; LU Luxembourg; LV Latvia; MD Moldova; ME Montenegro; MK Macedonia; MT Malta; GB-NIR Northern Ireland; CY-TCC Northern Cyprus; NL Netherlands; NO Norway; PL Poland; PT Portugal; RO Romania; RS Serbia; RU Russia; SE Sweden; SI Slovenia; SK Slovakia; TK Turkey; UA Ukraine All surveyed countries and regions, i.e. including separate samples for East-/West-Germany, Great Britain/Northern Ireland, Kosovo, and the Turkish Cypriot Community (TCC), are coded in accordance with the ISO 3166-1-alpha-2 country code, if available. ISO 3166-2 is applied for the United Kingdom subdivisions. ISO standard codes are not available for the historical East/West subdivision of Germany (DE-E/DE-W), Kosovo (RS-KM), and for the Turkish Cypriot Community in northern Cyprus (CY-TCC), the internationally not recognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Label Cases 1534 1500 1510 1505 1512 1509 1500 1500 1272 1000 500 1821 1004 1071 1507 1518 1500 1134 1501
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Value AL AM AT AZ BA BE BG BY CH CY CY-TCC CZ DE-E DE-W DK EE ES FI FR

Percentage 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.9% 1.5% 0.7% 2.7% 1.5% 1.6% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 1.7% 2.2%

File : ZA4800-v3-0-0
# c_abrv1: Value GB-GBN GB-NIR GE GR HR HU IE IS IT LT LU LV MD ME MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS RS-KM RU SE SI SK TR UA # weight_g: Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

country abbreviation [with split ups]


Label Cases 1561 500 1500 1500 1525 1513 1013 808 1519 1500 1610 1506 1551 1516 1500 1500 1554 1090 1510 1553 1489 1512 1601 1504 1187 1366 1509 2384 1507 2.2% 1.8% 2.0% 2.2% 3.5% 1.6% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 1.5% 1.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 2.3% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.3% 0.7% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% 2.2% Percentage 2.3%

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weight
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-18.1831370774805] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] [Mean=0.995 /-] General weight factor The variable &#39;weight_g&#39; was computed by the EVS for all national datasets on the basis of information and population statistics provided by the EVS countries. The weight is constructed on the basis of gender and age categories (-24; 25-34; ... ; 65-74; 75 and over). Value 0 implies that year of birth information was missing in the data. The weight adjusts the socio-structural characteristic in the samples to the distribution of gender and age of the universepopulation. For the regions of Germany (East and West) and Belgium (Brussels capital region, Flanders and Walloon region) it corrects for the disproportional sample size of these regions in both countries as well. It should be applied whenever the united Germany is analyzed as a whole. For the computation of the weighting factors two calculation steps are necessary: (I) (inh. Region1 / inh. country) * total sample size = proportional share of interviews from Region1 (II) proportional share of interviews / realized share of interviews = weighing factor Belgium: - Brussels - capital region (9.59 % inhabitants Brussels, total sample size is 1509):
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(818462/8534862)*1509=144. Weighting factor for Brussels (127 interviews from Brussels): 144/127 = 1.13385. - Flanders (57.97 % inhabitants Flanders, total sample size is 1509): (4947997/ 8534862)*1509 = 874. Weighting factor for Flanders (791 interviews from Flanders): 874/791 = 1.1049. - Walloon region (32.24 % inhabitants Walloon region, total sample size is 1509): (2768402/8534862)*1509 = 489. Weighting factor for Walloon region (591 interviews from Walloon region): 489/591 = 0. 82741. Germany: - West-Germany (81.54 % inhabitants West-Germany, total sample size is 2075): (55451318/68002101)*2075=1692. Weighting factor for West-Germany (1071 interviews from West-Germany): 1692/1071=1.579. - East-Germany (18.46 % inhabitants East-Germany, total sample size is 2075): (12550783/68002101)*2075=383. Weighting factor for East-Germany (1004 interviews from East-Germany): 383/1004=0.381.

Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # weight_s: Information

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weight [with split ups]


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-18.1831370774805] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] [Mean=0.996 /-] Weight for country-specific characteristics Additional country-specific weight variable that includes a special weight factor for the regions of Germany (East and West). The reported population sizes refer to adult inhabitants, i.e. people of age 18 and older. This variable weights East and West German samples separately for gender and age, and has to be applied whenever East or West Germany is analyzed separately. For the computation of the weighting factors two calculation steps are necessary: (I) (inh. Region1 / inh. country) * total sample size = proportional share of interviews from Region1 (II) proportional share of interviews / realized share of interviews = weighing factor Belgium: - Brussels - capital region (9.59 % inhabitants Brussels, total sample size is 1509): (818462/8534862)*1509=144. Weighting factor for Brussels (127 interviews from Brussels): 144/127 = 1.13385. - Flanders (57.97 % inhabitants Flanders, total sample size is 1509): (4947997/ 8534862)*1509 = 874. Weighting factor for Flanders (791 interviews from Flanders): 874/791 = 1.1049. - Walloon region (32.24 % inhabitants Walloon region, total sample size is 1509): (2768402/8534862)*1509 = 489. Weighting factor for Walloon region (591 interviews from Walloon region): 489/591 = 0. 82741. Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # cntry_y: Information

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country_year
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 82008-9162008] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Country/Year
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country_year
-5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 82008 Albania (2008) 312008 Azerbaijan (2008) 402008 Austria (2008) 512008 Armenia (2008) 562009 Belgium (2009) 702008 Bosnia Herzegovina (2008) 1002008 Bulgaria (2008) 1122008 Belarus (2008) 1912008 Croatia (2008) 1962008 Cyprus (2008) 1972008 Northern Cyprus (2008) 2032008 Czech Republic (2008) 2082008 Denmark (2008) 2332008 Estonia (2008) 2462009 Finland (2009) 2502008 France (2008) 2682008 Georgia (2008) 2762008 Germany (2008) 3002008 Greece (2008) 3482008 Hungary (2008) 3522009 Iceland (2009) 3722008 Ireland (2008) 3802009 Italy (2009) 4282008 Latvia (2008) 4402008 Lithuania (2008) 4422008 Luxembourg (2008) 4702008 Malta (2008) 4982008 Moldova (2008) 4992008 Montenegro (2008) 5282008 Netherlands (2008) 5782008 Norway (2008) 6162008 Poland (2008) 6202008 Portugal (2008) 6422008 Romania (2008) 6432008 Russian Federation (2008) 6882008 Serbia (2008) 7032008 Slovak Republic (2008) 7052008 Slovenia (2008) 7242008 Spain (2008) 7522009 Sweden (2009) 7562008 Switzerland (2008) 7922009 Turkey (2009) 8042008 Ukraine (2008) 8072008 Macedonia (2008) 8262009 Great Britain (2009) 9092008 Northern Ireland (2008) 9152008 Kosovo (2008) 9162008 Northern Cyprus (2008) Note: For variable with split-up for Germany (East/West), see cntry1_y.

Value 82008 312008 402008 512008 562009

Label Albania (2008) Azerbaijan (2008) Austria (2008) Armenia (2008) Belgium (2009)
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# cntry_y: Value 702008 1002008 1122008 1912008 1962008 1972008 2032008 2082008 2332008 2462009 2502008 2682008 2762008 3002008 3482008 3522009 3722008 3802009 4282008 4402008 4422008 4702008 4982008 4992008 5282008 5782008 6162008 6202008 6422008 6432008 6882008 7032008 7052008 7242008 7522009 7562008 7922009 8042008 8072008 8262009 9092008 9152008

country_year
Label Bosnia Herzegovina (2008) Bulgaria (2008) Belarus (2008) Croatia (2008) Cyprus (2008) Northern Cyprus (2008) Czech Republic (2008) Denmark (2008) Estonia (2008) Finland (2009) France (2008) Georgia (2008) Germany (2008) Greece (2008) Hungary (2008) Iceland (2009) Ireland (2008) Italy (2009) Latvia (2008) Lithuania (2008) Luxembourg (2008) Malta (2008) Moldova (2008) Montenegro (2008) Netherlands (2008) Norway (2008) Poland (2008) Portugal (2008) Romania (2008) Russian Federation (2008) Serbia (2008) Slovak Republic (2008) Slovenia (2008) Spain (2008) Sweden (2009) Switzerland (2008) Turkey (2009) Ukraine (2008) Macedonia (2008) Great Britain (2009) Northern Ireland (2008) Kosovo (2008)
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country_year
Label Northern Cyprus (2008) other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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country_[with split ups]- year


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 82008-9162008] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Country/Year with split-up for Germany (West and East Germany) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 82008 Albania (2008) 312008 Azerbaijan (2008) 402008 Austria (2008) 512008 Armenia (2008) 562009 Belgium (2009) 702008 Bosnia Herzegovina (2008) 1002008 Bulgaria (2008) 1122008 Belarus (2008) 1912008 Croatia (2008) 1962008 Cyprus (2008) 1972008 Northern Cyprus (2008) 2032008 Czech Republic (2008) 2082008 Denmark (2008) 2332008 Estonia (2008) 2462009 Finland (2009) 2502008 France (2008) 2682008 Georgia (2008) 3002008 Greece (2008) 3482008 Hungary (2008) 3522009 Iceand (2009) 3722008 Ireland (2008) 3802009 Italy (2009) 4282008 Latvia (2008) 4402008 Lithuania (2008) 4422008 Luxembourg (2008) 4702008 Malta (2008) 4982008 Moldova (2008) 4992008 Montenegro (2008) 5282008 Netherlands (2008) 5782008 Norway (2008) 6162008 Poland (2008) 6202008 Portugal (2008) 6422008 Romania (2008) 6432008 Russian Federation (2008) 6882008 Serbia (2008) 7032008 Slovak Republic (2008) 7052008 Slovenia (2008) 7242008 Spain (2008) 7522009 Sweden (2009) 7562008 Switzerland (2008) 7922009 Turkey (2009) 8042008 Ukraine (2008)
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country_[with split ups]- year


8072008 Macedonia (2008) 8262009 Great Britain (2009) 9002008 Germany West (2008) 9012008 Germany East (2008) 9092008 Northern Ireland (2008) 9152008 Kosovo (2008) 9162008 Northern Cyprus (2008)

Value 82008 312008 402008 512008 562009 702008 1002008 1122008 1912008 1962008 1972008 2032008 2082008 2332008 2462009 2502008 2682008 3002008 3482008 3522009 3722008 3802009 4282008 4402008 4422008 4702008 4982008 4992008 5282008 5782008 6162008 6202008 6422008 6432008 6882008 7032008 7052008

Label Albania (2008) Azerbaijan (2008) Austria (2008) Armenia (2008) Belgium (2009) Bosnia Herzegovina (2008) Bulgaria (2008) Belarus (2008) Croatia (2008) Cyprus (2008) Northern Cyprus (2008) Czech Republic (2008) Denmark (2008) Estonia (2008) Finland (2009) France (2008) Georgia (2008) Greece (2008) Hungary (2008) Iceand (2009) Ireland (2008) Italy (2009) Latvia (2008) Lithuania (2008) Luxembourg (2008) Malta (2008) Moldova (2008) Montenegro (2008) Netherlands (2008) Norway (2008) Poland (2008) Portugal (2008) Romania (2008) Russian Federation (2008) Serbia (2008) Slovak Republic (2008) Slovenia (2008)
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# cntry1_y: Value 7242008 7522009 7562008 7922009 8042008 8072008 8262009 9002008 9012008 9092008 9152008 9162008 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v1:

country_[with split ups]- year


Label Spain (2008) Sweden (2009) Switzerland (2008) Turkey (2009) Ukraine (2008) Macedonia (2008) Great Britain (2009) Germany West (2008) Germany East (2008) Northern Ireland (2008) Kosovo (2008) Northern Cyprus (2008) other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how important in your life: work (Q1A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66835 /-] [Invalid=951 /-] WE START WITH SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT LIFE IN GENERAL, LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES AND WORK Q1 &#60;SHOW CARD 1&#62; Please say, for each of the following, how important it is in your life. Q1.A Work -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not at all important Sweden: The Swedish questionnaire deviated from the Master Questionnaire regarding the order of items (v1 to v5) in question Q1 We start with some questions about life in general, leisure time activities and work. Therefore the variables of the Swedish dataset have been changed according to the Master Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v8) and WVS 2000 (v8). Label very important quite important not important not at all important other missing
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how important in your life: work (Q1A)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how important in your life: family (Q1B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=67473 /-] [Invalid=313 /-] Q1 &#60;SHOW CARD 1&#62; Please say, for each of the following, how important it is in your life. Q1.B Family -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not at all important Sweden: The Swedish questionnaire deviated from the Master Questionnaire regarding the order of items (v1 to v5) in question Q1 We start with some questions about life in general, leisure time activities and work. Therefore the variables of the Swedish dataset have been changed according to the Master Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v4) and WVS 2000 (v4). Label very important quite important not important not at all important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v3:

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how important in your life: friends and acquaintances (Q1C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=67404 /-] [Invalid=382 /-] Q1 &#60;SHOW CARD 1&#62; Please say, for each of the following, how important it is in your life. Q1.C Friends and acquaintances -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer
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how important in your life: friends and acquaintances (Q1C)


-1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not at all important Sweden: The Swedish questionnaire deviated from the Master Questionnaire regarding the order of items (v1 to v5) in question Q1 We start with some questions about life in general, leisure time activities and work. Therefore the variables of the Swedish dataset have been changed according to the Master Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v5) and WVS 2000 (v5).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v4:

Label very important quite important not important not at all important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how important in your life: leisure time (Q1D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=67109 /-] [Invalid=677 /-] Q1 &#60;SHOW CARD 1&#62; Please say, for each of the following, how important it is in your life. Q1.D Leisure time -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not at all important Sweden: The Swedish questionnaire deviated from the Master Questionnaire regarding the order of items (v1 to v5) in question Q1 We start with some questions about life in general, leisure time activities and work. Therefore the variables of the Swedish dataset have been changed according to the Master Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v6) and WVS 2000 (v6). Label very important quite important not important not at all important other missing
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how important in your life: leisure time (Q1D)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Value -4 -3 -2 -1 # v5:

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how important in your life: politics (Q1E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66932 /-] [Invalid=854 /-] Q1 &#60;SHOW CARD 1&#62; Please say, for each of the following, how important it is in your life. Q1.E Politics -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not at all important Sweden: The Swedish questionnaire deviated from the Master Questionnaire regarding the order of items (v1 to v5) in question Q1 We start with some questions about life in general, leisure time activities and work. Therefore the variables of the Swedish dataset have been changed according to the Master Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v7) and WVS 2000 (v7). Label very important quite important not important not at all important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how important in your life: religion (Q1F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66793 /-] [Invalid=993 /-] Q1 &#60;SHOW CARD 1&#62; Please say, for each of the following, how important it is in your life. Q1.F Religion -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer
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how important in your life: religion (Q1F)


-1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not at all important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v9) and WVS 2000 (v9).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v7:

Label very important quite important not important not at all important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how often discuss politics with friends (Q2)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67127 /-] [Invalid=659 /-] Q2 When you get together with your friends, would you say you discuss political matters frequently, occasionally or never? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 frequently 2 occasionally 3 never Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v37) and WVS 2000 (v32). Label frequently occasionally never other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v8:

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taking all things together how happy are you (Q3)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66856 /-] [Invalid=930 /-]
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taking all things together how happy are you (Q3)


Q3 &#60;SHOW CARD 3&#62; Taking all things together, would you say you are: -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very happy 2 quite happy 3 not very happy 4 not at all happy Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v10) and WVS 2000 (v11). Label very happy quite happy not very happy not at all happy other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v9:

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describe your state of health these days (Q4)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=67574 /-] [Invalid=212 /-] Q4 &#60;SHOW CARD 4&#62; All in all, how would you describe your state of health these days? Would you say it is -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very good 2 good 3 fair 4 poor 5 very poor Label very good good fair poor very poor other missing question not asked
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describe your state of health these days (Q4)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Value -3 -2 -1 # v10:

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do you belong to: welfare organisation (Q5aA)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65953 /-] [Invalid=1833 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.A Social welfare services for elderly, handicapped or deprived people -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v39). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v11:

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do you belong to: religious organisation (Q5aB)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*]
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do you belong to: religious organisation (Q5aB)


[Valid=66041 /-] [Invalid=1745 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.B Religious or church organisations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v40). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you belong to: cultural activities (Q5aC)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65985 /-] [Invalid=1801 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.C Education, arts, music or cultural activities -5 other missing -4 question not asked
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do you belong to: cultural activities (Q5aC)


-3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v41).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v13:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to: trade unions (Q5aD)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65949 /-] [Invalid=1837 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.D Trade unions -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned
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do you belong to: trade unions (Q5aD)


2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v42).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v14:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to: political parties/groups (Q5aE)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65923 /-] [Invalid=1863 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.E Political parties or groups -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey:
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Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v43).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v15:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to: local community action (Q5aF)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65929 /-] [Invalid=1857 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.F Local community action on issues like poverty, employment, housing, racial equality -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v44). Label not mentioned
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do you belong to: local community action (Q5aF)


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do you belong to: 3w-development/human rights (Q5aG)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65911 /-] [Invalid=1875 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.G Third world development or human rights -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v45). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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do you belong to: 3w-development/human rights (Q5aG) do you belong to: environment, ecology, animal rights (Q5aH)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65931 /-] [Invalid=1855 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.H Conservation, the environment, ecology, animal rights -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v46). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you belong to: professional associations (Q5aI)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65923 /-] [Invalid=1863 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to?
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do you belong to: professional associations (Q5aI)


&#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.I Professional associations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v47).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v19:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to: youth work (Q5aJ)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65946 /-] [Invalid=1840 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.J Youth work (e.g. scouts, guides, youth clubs etc.) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note:
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do you belong to: youth work (Q5aJ)


Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v48).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v20:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to: sports/recreation (Q5aK)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66034 /-] [Invalid=1752 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.K Sports or recreation -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden:
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do you belong to: sports/recreation (Q5aK)


because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v49).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to: womens groups (Q5aL)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65930 /-] [Invalid=1856 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.L Womens groups -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v50).
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do you belong to: womens groups (Q5aL)


Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you belong to: peace movement (Q5aM)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65908 /-] [Invalid=1878 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.M Peace movement -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v51). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable
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do you belong to: peace movement (Q5aM)


Label no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you belong to: voluntary health organisations (Q5aN)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65930 /-] [Invalid=1856 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.N Voluntary organisations concerned with health -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v52). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v24:

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do you belong to: other groups (Q5aO)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65830 /-] [Invalid=1956 /-]
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do you belong to: other groups (Q5aO)


Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; Q5a.O Other groups -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v53). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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flag variable: do you belong to: none (Q5a)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-8] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v10 to v25. Inconsistent 1 If respondent mentiones at least one organisation and &#34;none&#34;. if v25=1 and any of v10 to v24=1 then f25=1 Inconsistent 2 If respondent does not know for at least one organization whether s/he belongs to it and mentiones &#34;none&#34;. if v25=1 and none of v10 to v24=1 and any of v10 to v24=-1 then f25=2 Inconsistent 3 If respondent does not know for at least one organization whether s/he belongs to it and does not mention &#34;none&#34;.
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if v25=2 and none of v10 to v24=1 and any of v10 to v24=-1 then f25=3 Inconsistent 4 If respondent does not mention any organisation and does not mention &#34;none&#34;. if v25=2 and all of v10 to v24=2 then f25=4 Inconsistent 5 If respondent mentions at least one organization and does not know whether s/he belongs to &#34;none&#34;. if v25=-1 and any of v10 to v24=1 then f25=5 Inconsistent 6 If respondent does not mention any organization and does not know whether s/he belongs to &#34;none&#34;. if v25=-1 and all of v10 to v24=2 then f25=6 Inconsistent 7 If respondent mentions at least one organization and does not answer whether s/he belongs to &#34;none&#34;. if v25=-2 and any of v10 to v24=1 then f25=7 Inconsistent 8 If respondent does not mention any organization and does not answer whether s/he belongs to &#34;none&#34;. if v25=-2 and all of v10 to v24=2 then f25=8 Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report.

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Label consistent inconsistent 1 inconsistent 2 inconsistent 3 inconsistent 4 inconsistent 5 inconsistent 6 inconsistent 7 inconsistent 8

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do you belong to: none (Q5a)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63340 /-] [Invalid=4446 /-] Q5a &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say ... a) which, if any, do you belong to? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (a)&#62; None (spontaneous) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f25 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v10 to v25. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable.
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do you belong to: none (Q5a)


Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v10-v25. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Due to a double negation there may be problems in v25. If more information can be obtained on the matter, it will be provided through: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: welfare organisation (Q5bA)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62419 /-] [Invalid=5367 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.A Social welfare services for elderly, handicapped or deprived people -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).
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do you work unpaid for: religious organisation (Q5bB)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63313 /-] [Invalid=4473 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.B Religious or church organisations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v55). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: religious organisation (Q5bB)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: cultural activities (Q5bC)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62682 /-] [Invalid=5104 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.C Education, arts, music or cultural activities -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v56). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: trade unions (Q5bD)


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[Valid=63083 /-] [Invalid=4703 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.D Trade unions -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v57). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: political parties/groups (Q5bE)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62326 /-] [Invalid=5460 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.E Political parties or groups -5 other missing -4 question not asked
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do you work unpaid for: political parties/groups (Q5bE)


-3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v58).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: local community action (Q5bF)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62319 /-] [Invalid=5467 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.F Local community action on issues like poverty, employment, housing, racial equality -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned
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2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v59).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: 3w-development/human rights (Q5bG)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62315 /-] [Invalid=5471 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.G Third world development or human rights -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey:
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do you work unpaid for: 3w-development/human rights (Q5bG)


Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v60).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: environment, ecology, animal rights (Q5bH)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62440 /-] [Invalid=5346 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.H Conservation, the environment, ecology, animal rights -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v61). Label not mentioned
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do you work unpaid for: environment, ecology, animal rights (Q5bH)


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do you work unpaid for: professional associations (Q5bI)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62446 /-] [Invalid=5340 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.I Professional associations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v62). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: youth work (Q5bJ)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62398 /-] [Invalid=5388 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.J Youth work (e.g. scouts, guides, youth clubs etc.) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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do you work unpaid for: youth work (Q5bJ)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v63).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: sports/recreation (Q5bK)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62991 /-] [Invalid=4795 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.K Sports or recreation -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark:

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do you work unpaid for: sports/recreation (Q5bK)


In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v64).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: womens groups (Q5bL)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62215 /-] [Invalid=5571 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.L Womens groups -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).
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do you work unpaid for: womens groups (Q5bL)


Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v65).

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Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you work unpaid for: peace movement (Q5bM)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62175 /-] [Invalid=5611 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.M Peace movement -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v66). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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do you work unpaid for: peace movement (Q5bM)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: voluntary health organisations (Q5bN)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62350 /-] [Invalid=5436 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.N Voluntary organisations concerned with health -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v67). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you work unpaid for: other groups (Q5bO)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62388 /-] [Invalid=5398 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say
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do you work unpaid for: other groups (Q5bO)


b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; Q5b.O Other groups -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v10 to v24 and v28 to v42 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # f43:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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flag variable: do you work unpaid for: none (Q5b)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-8] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v28 to v43. Inconsistent 1 If respondent mentiones at least one organisation and &#34;none&#34;. if v43=1 and any of v28 to v42=1 then f43=1 Inconsistent 2 If respondent does not know for at least one organization whether s/he works for it and mentiones &#34;none&#34;. if v43=1 and none of v28 to v42=1 and any of v28 to v42=-1 then f43=2 Inconsistent 3 If respondent does not know for at least one organization whether s/he works for it and does not mention &#34;none&#34;. if v43=2 and none of v28 to v42=1 and any of v28 to v42=-1 then f43=3 Inconsistent 4 If respondent does not mention any organisation and does not mention &#34;none&#34;. if v43=2 and all of v28 to v42=2 then f43=4 Inconsistent 5 If respondent mentions at least one organization and does not know whether s/he works for &#34;none&#34;. if v43=-1 and any of v28 to v42=1 then f43=5
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flag variable: do you work unpaid for: none (Q5b)


Inconsistent 6 If respondent does not mention any organization and does not know whether s/he works for &#34;none&#34;. if v43=-1 and all of v28 to v42=2 then f43=6 Inconsistent 7 If respondent mentions at least one organization and does not answer whether s/he works for &#34;none&#34;. if v43=-2 and any of v28 to v42=1 then f43=7 Inconsistent 8 If respondent does not mention any organization and does not answer whether s/he works for &#34;none&#34;. if v43=-2 and all of v28 to v42=2 then f43=8 Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report. Denmark: As v43 contains no valid values f43 (measuring inconsistencies based on v43) is implausible. Thus, all categories have 0 cases.

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Label consistent inconsistent 1 inconsistent 2 inconsistent 3 inconsistent 4 inconsistent 5 inconsistent 6 inconsistent 7 inconsistent 8

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do you work unpaid for: none (Q5b)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=61010 /-] [Invalid=6776 /-] Q5b &#60;SHOW CARD 5&#62; Please look carefully at the following list of voluntary organisations and activities and say b) which, if any, are you currently doing unpaid voluntary work for? &#60;CODE ALL MENTIONED UNDER (b)&#62; None (spontaneous) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f43 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v28 to v43. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: Question not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the category &#39;None (spontaneous)&#39; was not included. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v28-v43. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Due to double negation there may be problems in v43. If more information can be obtained on the matter, it will be provided through: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).
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# v43:

do you work unpaid for: none (Q5b)


(Modified trend: response categories).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v46:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: people with criminal record (Q6A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65348 /-] [Invalid=2438 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.A People with a criminal record -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v51), WVS 2000 (v68). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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don't like as neighbours: people with criminal record (Q6A) don't like as neighbours: people of different race (Q6B)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64997 /-] [Invalid=2789 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.B People of a different race -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v52), WVS 2000 (v69). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v48:

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don't like as neighbours: left wing extremists (Q6C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63591 /-] [Invalid=4195 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.C Left wing extremists -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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# v48:

don't like as neighbours: left wing extremists (Q6C)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v49:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: heavy drinkers (Q6D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65858 /-] [Invalid=1928 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.D Heavy drinkers -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark:

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# v49:

don't like as neighbours: heavy drinkers (Q6D)


In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v54), WVS 2000 (v70).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v50:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: right wing extremists (Q6E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63573 /-] [Invalid=4213 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.E Right wing extremists -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).

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# v50: Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v51:

don't like as neighbours: right wing extremists (Q6E)


Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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don't like as neighbours: large families (Q6F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65304 /-] [Invalid=2482 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.F People with large families -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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don't like as neighbours: emotionally unstable people (Q6G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65038 /-] [Invalid=2748 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.G Emotionally unstable people -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v55), WVS 2000 (v71). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v53:

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don't like as neighbours: muslims (Q6H)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63368 /-] [Invalid=4418 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.H Muslims -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned
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# v53:

don't like as neighbours: muslims (Q6H)


1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Azerbaijan: Question not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Northern Cyprus: Item &#39;don&#39;t like Muslims as neighbours&#39; has been mentioned by 73% of respondents. There could not be found any translation or data problems to explain this answer pattern. Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v56), WVS 2000 (v72).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v54:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: immigrants/foreign workers (Q6I)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64793 /-] [Invalid=2993 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.I Immigrants/foreign workers -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned
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# v54:

don't like as neighbours: immigrants/foreign workers (Q6I)


2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v57), WVS 2000 (v73).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v55:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: people with AIDS (Q6J)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64977 /-] [Invalid=2809 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.J People who have AIDS -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).
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don't like as neighbours: people with AIDS (Q6J)


Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v58), WVS 2000 (v74).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v56:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: drug addicts (Q6K)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65966 /-] [Invalid=1820 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.K Drug addicts -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v59), WVS 2000 (v75). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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don't like as neighbours: drug addicts (Q6K) don't like as neighbours: homosexuals (Q6L)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65356 /-] [Invalid=2430 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.L Homosexuals -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v60), WVS 2000 (v76). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v58:

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don't like as neighbours: jews (Q6M)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64998 /-] [Invalid=2788 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.M Jews -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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don't like as neighbours: jews (Q6M)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v56B), WVS 2000 (v77).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v59:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: gypsies (Q6N)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65196 /-] [Invalid=2590 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.N Gypsies -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark:
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don't like as neighbours: gypsies (Q6N)


In the Field Questionnaire categories &#39;dont&#39; know&#39; and &#39;no answer&#39; were implemented as own variable (DK01 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q5b were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; and -2 &#39;no answer&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;/&#39;no answer&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v56N), WVS 2000 (v77H).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v60:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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don't like as neighbours: christians (Q6O)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=55708 /-] [Invalid=12078 /-] Q6 &#60;SHOW CARD 6 CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; On this list are various groups of people. Could you please sort out any that you would not like to have as neighbours? Q6.O Christians -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. For several countries a deviation in coding the battery&#39;s items was reported right before the release. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block. For more detailed information please see errata-list which is updated constantly (http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004). Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Austria, Belarus, Denmark, France, Italy, Norway, Slovenia: Question not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;no such groups&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI01 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; according to this &#39;no such groups&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI02). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). EVS 1999 question only asked in Turkey. Label not mentioned mentioned
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# v60: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v62:

don't like as neighbours: christians (Q6O)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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people can be trusted/cant be too careful (Q7)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=65124 /-] [Invalid=2662 /-] Q7 Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted or that you cant be too careful in dealing with people? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 most people can be trusted 2 cant be too careful Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v27), WVS 2000 (v25). Label most people can be trusted cannot be too careful other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v63:

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most people try to take advantage of you or try to be fair (Q8)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66139 /-] [Invalid=1647 /-] Q8 &#60;SHOW CARD 8&#62; Using this card, do you think that most people would try to take advantage of you if they got the chance, or would they try to be fair? How would you place your view on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 most people would try to take advantage of me 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 most people would try to be fair Comparability:
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most people try to take advantage of you or try to be fair (Q8)


Comparable questions: ESS-R3 (A9), WVS 2000 (v26). (Differences: ESS uses a 0-10 scale instead of 1-10; category &#34;no answer&#34; is not used. WVS uses 2 response categories instead of a 10-point scale).

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v64:

Label most people try to take advantage of me most people try to be fair other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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most of the time people try to be helpful or mostly looking out for themselves (Q9)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66918 /-] [Invalid=868 /-] Q9 &#60;SHOW CARD 9&#62; Would you say that most of the time people try to be helpful or that they are mostly looking out for themselves? Please use this card. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 people mostly look out for themselves 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 people mostly try to be helpful Comparability: Comparable questions: ESS-R3 (A10). (Differences: ESS uses a 0-10 scale instead of 1-10; category &#34;no answer&#34; is not used). Label people mostly look out for themselves people mostly try to be helpful other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v65:

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how much control over your life (Q10)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66099 /-] [Invalid=1687 /-] Q10 &#60;SHOW CARD 10&#62;
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how much control over your life (Q10)


Some people feel they have completely free choice and control over their lives, and other people feel that what they do has no real effect on what happens to them. Please use the scale to indicate how much freedom of choice and control you feel you have over the way your life turns out? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 none at all 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a great deal Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v66), WVS 2000 (v82).

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v66:

Label none at all a great deal other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how satisfied are you with your life (Q11)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=67216 /-] [Invalid=570 /-] Q11 &#60;SHOW CARD 11&#62; All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole these days? Please use this card to help with your answer. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 dissatisfied 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 satisfied Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v65), WVS 2000 (v81). Label dissatisfied satisfied
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how satisfied are you with your life (Q11)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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flag variable: why do people live in need - most/second important (Q12/Q13)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v67/v68. If most important aim is identical with next most important aim. if v67 = v68 then f67=1 0 consistent 1 inconsistent Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report. Label consistent inconsistent Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 # v67:

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why do people live in need-most important (Q12)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66050 /-] [Invalid=1736 /-] Q12 &#60;SHOW CARD 12&#62; Why are there people in this country who live in need? Here are four possible reasons. Which one reason do you consider to be most important? &#60;CODE ONE UNDER (Q12) BELOW&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 because they are unlucky 2 because of laziness and lack of willpower 3 because of injustice in our society 4 its an inevitable part of modern progress 5 none of these (spontaneous) Note: Please see flag variable f67 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v67/v68. Netherlands: Deviation in response categories (code 5 &#39;no answer&#39; instead of &#39;none of these&#39;). Therefore category 5 has been recoded into -2 &#39;no answer&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label unlucky laziness or lack of willpower injustice in society part modern progress
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why do people live in need-most important (Q12)


Label none of these other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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why do people live in need-2nd most important (Q13)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=63061 /-] [Invalid=4725 /-] [Q12: Why are there people in this country who live in need? Which of four possible reasons is most important?] Q13 &#60;SHOW CARD 12&#62; And which reason do you consider to be the second most important? &#60;CODE ONE UNDER (Q13) BELOW&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 because they are unlucky 2 because of laziness and lack of willpower 3 because of injustice in our society 4 its an inevitable part of modern progress 5 none of these (spontaneous) Note: Please see flag variable f67 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v67/v68. Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Cyprus, Northern Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine: Country specific filter (if v67 had no valid value, v68 was coded 7 &#39;not applicable&#39;) was used that deviates from Master Questionnaire. Affected cases have been recoded from 7 &#39;not applicable&#39; into -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Netherlands: Deviation in response categories (code 5 &#39;no answer&#39; instead of &#39;none of these&#39;). Therefore category 5 has been recoded into -2 &#39;no answer&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label unlucky laziness or lack of willpower injustice in society part modern progress none of these other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v69:

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important in a job: good pay (Q14A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*]
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important in a job: good pay (Q14A)


[Valid=67214 /-] [Invalid=572 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.A Good pay -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v75), WVS 2000 (v86). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v70:

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important in a job: pleasant people (Q14B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66930 /-] [Invalid=856 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.B Pleasant people to work with -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned
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important in a job: pleasant people (Q14B)


Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v71:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: not too much pressure (Q14C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66225 /-] [Invalid=1561 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.C Not too much pressure -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned.
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important in a job: not too much pressure (Q14C)


Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v76), WVS 2000 (v87).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v72:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: job security (Q14D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66767 /-] [Invalid=1019 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.D Good job security -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v77), WVS 2000 (v88). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing
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important in a job: job security (Q14D)


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important in a job: good hours (Q14E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66603 /-] [Invalid=1183 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.E Good hours -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v79), WVS 2000 (v90). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in a job: use initiative (Q14F)


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important in a job: use initiative (Q14F)


Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.F An opportunity to use initiative -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v80), WVS 2000 (v91). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in a job: useful for society (Q14G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66172 /-] [Invalid=1614 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.G A useful job for society -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note:
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important in a job: useful for society (Q14G)


Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v76:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: generous holidays (Q14H)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66187 /-] [Invalid=1599 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.H Generous holidays -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey:
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# v76:

important in a job: generous holidays (Q14H)


Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v81), WVS 2000 (v92).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v77:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: meeting people (Q14I)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66445 /-] [Invalid=1341 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.I Meeting people -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked
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important in a job: meeting people (Q14I)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in a job: achieving something (Q14J)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66438 /-] [Invalid=1348 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.J A job in which you feel you can achieve something -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39; know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v82), WVS 2000 (v93). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v79:

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important in a job: responsible job (Q14K)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66312 /-] [Invalid=1474 /-] Q14
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# v79:

important in a job: responsible job (Q14K)


&#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.K A responsible job -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v83), WVS 2000 (v94).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v80:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: interesting job (Q14L)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66638 /-] [Invalid=1148 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.L A job that is interesting -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix.
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# v80:

important in a job: interesting job (Q14L)


Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v84), WVS 2000 (v95).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v81:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: meeting abilities (Q14M)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66609 /-] [Invalid=1177 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.M A job that meets ones abilities -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey:

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# v81:

important in a job: meeting abilities (Q14M)


Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v85), WVS 2000 (v96).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v82:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in a job: learning new skills (Q14N)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66430 /-] [Invalid=1356 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.N Learning new skills -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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# v82: Value -1 # v83:

important in a job: learning new skills (Q14N)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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important in a job: family friendly (Q14O)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64956 /-] [Invalid=2830 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.O Family friendly -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. For country-specific variable see UA01 in national data set. Azerbaijan, Georgia, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine: The translation of the item &#39;family friendly&#39; in some of the fielded languages is not conforming to the Master Questionnaire. The item has been translated in sense of &#39;a familiar, friendly work&#39;. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v84:

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important in a job: have a say (Q14P)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66064 /-] [Invalid=1722 /-]
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# v84:

important in a job: have a say (Q14P)


Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.P Have a say in important decisions -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Literal question

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important in a job: people treated equally (Q14Q)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66637 /-] [Invalid=1149 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? Q14.Q People treated equally at the workplace -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are:
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# v85:

important in a job: people treated equally (Q14Q)


1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the variables v69 to v85 have only the values 1 mentioned and 2 not mentioned. In the orignial data &#39;not mentioned&#39; was coded as system missing. These system missing cases were later on recoded into 2 not mentioned. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;.

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # f86:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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flag variable: important in a job: none of these (Q14)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-8] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v69 to v86. Inconsistent 1 If respondent mentiones at least one aspect and &#34;none&#34;. if v86=1 and any of v69 to v85=1 then f86=1 Inconsistent 2 If respondent does not know for at least one aspect whether it is important and mentiones &#34;none&#34;. if v86=1 and none of v69 to v85=1 and any of v69 to v85=-1 then f86=2 Inconsistent 3 If respondent does not to know for at least one aspect whether it is important and does not mentione &#34;none&#34;. if v86=2 and none of v69 to v85=1 and any of v69 to v85=-1 then f86=3 Inconsistent 4 If respondent does not mention any aspect and does not mention &#34;none&#34;. if v86=2 and all of v69 to v85=2 then f86=4 Inconsistent 5 If respondent mentions at least one aspect and does not know whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v86=-1 and any of v69 to v85=1 then f86=5 Inconsistent 6 If respondent does not mention any aspect and does not know whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v86=-1 and all of v69 to v85=2 then f86=6 Inconsistent 7 If respondent mentions at least one aspect and does not answer whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v86=-2 and any of v69 to v85=1 then f86=7 Inconsistent 8 If respondent does not mention any aspect and does not answer whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v86=-2 and all of v69 to v85=2 then f86=8 Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report. Label consistent inconsistent 1 inconsistent 2
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# f86: Value 3 4 5 6 7 8

flag variable: important in a job: none of these (Q14)


Label inconsistent 3 inconsistent 4 inconsistent 5 inconsistent 6 inconsistent 7 inconsistent 8 Cases Percentage

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# v86:

important in a job: none of these (Q14)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=61045 /-] [Invalid=6741 /-] Q14 &#60;SHOW CARD 14 CODE ALL MENTIONED&#62; Here are some aspects of a job that people say are important. Please look at them and tell me which ones you personally think are important in a job? None of these (spontaneous) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variable f86 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v69 to v86. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Albania, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Cyprus, Northern Cyprus, Estonia, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine: Country specific filter (if in v78 to v85 was a valid value, v86 was coded 7 &#39;not applicable&#39;) was used that deviates from Master Questionnaire. Affected cases have been recoded from 7 &#39;not applicable&#39; into -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK05 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q14 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the category &#39;None (spontaneous)&#39; was not included. Turkey: Original data set included system missings in v69-v86. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Due to double negation there may be problems in v86. If more information can be obtained on the matter, it will be provided through: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.4232/1.11004. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v89:

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are you employed yes/no (Q15)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67506 /-] [Invalid=280 /-] Q15 Are you yourself employed or not? &#60;INCLUDING SELF EMPLOYED!&#62; &#60;IF CODE 2, -1, -2: GO TO Q18&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked
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# v89:

are you employed yes/no (Q15)


-3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Austria: Data cleaning of potentially plausible inconsistencies of v89 and v337 (Q111: paid employment/no paid employment) deviates from general procedure (i.e. no recoding). v89 was recoded for 66 cases into 2 &#39;not employed&#39; and for 24 cases into 1 &#39;employed&#39; based on information and inferred from v337. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v90:

Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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how satisfied are you with your job (Q16)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=33139 /-] [Invalid=34647 /-] Q16 &#60;SHOW CARD 16&#62; Overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your job? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 dissatisfied 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 satisfied Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label dissatisfied satisfied other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

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# v91:

how free are you to make decisions in job (Q17)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=33077 /-] [Invalid=34709 /-] Q17 &#60;SHOW CARD 17&#62; How free are you to make decisions in your job? Please use this card to indicate how much decision-making freedom you feel you have. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 none at all 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a great deal Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label none at all a great deal other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v92:

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job needed to develop talents (Q18A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66516 /-] [Invalid=1270 /-] Q18 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 18&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; Q18.A To fully develop your talents, you need to have a job -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v97). Label
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# v92: Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v93:

job needed to develop talents (Q18A)


Label agree strongly agree neither agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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humiliating receiving money without working (Q18B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66243 /-] [Invalid=1543 /-] Q18 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 18&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; Q18.B It is humiliating to receive money without having to work for it -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v98). Label agree strongly agree neither agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v94:

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people turn lazy not working (Q18C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66528 /-] [Invalid=1258 /-]
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# v94:

people turn lazy not working (Q18C)


Q18 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 18&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; Q18.C People who dont work turn lazy -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v99). Label agree strongly agree neither agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v95:

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work is a duty towards society (Q18D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66247 /-] [Invalid=1539 /-] Q18 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 18&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; Q18.D Work is a duty towards society -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v100). Label
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# v95: Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v96:

work is a duty towards society (Q18D)


Label agree strongly agree neither agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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work comes always first (Q18E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66583 /-] [Invalid=1203 /-] Q18 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 18&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; Q18.E Work should always come first, even if it means less spare time -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v102). Label agree strongly agree neither agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v97:

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leisure time: meeting nice people (Q19A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=67158 /-] [Invalid=628 /-]
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# v97:

leisure time: meeting nice people (Q19A)


Q19 &#60;SHOW CARD 19 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; I am going to read to you some aspects of leisure time that some people say are important. Please tell me for each how important they are for you personally. &#60;DEFINE LEISURE TIME: TIME NOT SPENT IN PAID JOB OR HOUSEWORK&#62; Q19.A Meeting nice people -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Literal question

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v98:

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leisure time: relaxing (Q19B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=67157 /-] [Invalid=629 /-] Q19 &#60;SHOW CARD 19 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; I am going to read to you some aspects of leisure time that some people say are important. Please tell me for each how important they are for you personally. &#60;DEFINE LEISURE TIME: TIME NOT SPENT IN PAID JOB OR HOUSEWORK&#62; Q19.B Relaxing -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2

Cases

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# v98: Value -1 # v99:

leisure time: relaxing (Q19B)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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leisure time: doing as I want (Q19C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66988 /-] [Invalid=798 /-] Q19 &#60;SHOW CARD 19 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; I am going to read to you some aspects of leisure time that some people say are important. Please tell me for each how important they are for you personally. &#60;DEFINE LEISURE TIME: TIME NOT SPENT IN PAID JOB OR HOUSEWORK&#62; Q19.C Doing as I want -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v100:

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leisure time: learning something new (Q19D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66774 /-] [Invalid=1012 /-] Q19 &#60;SHOW CARD 19 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; I am going to read to you some aspects of leisure time that some people say are important. Please tell me for each how important they are for you personally. &#60;DEFINE LEISURE TIME: TIME NOT SPENT IN PAID JOB OR HOUSEWORK&#62; Q19.D Learning something new -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Label very important Cases Percentage

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# v100: Value 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v101:

leisure time: learning something new (Q19D)


Label quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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follow instructions at work/must be convinced first (Q20)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65846 /-] [Invalid=1940 /-] Q20 &#60;SHOW CARD 20&#62; People have different ideas about following instruction at work. Some say that one should follow instructions of ones superiors even when one does not fully agree with them. Others say that one should follow ones superiors instructions only when one is convinced that they are right. Which of these two opinions do you agree with? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 should follow instructions 2 must be convinced first 3 depends Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v88), WVS 2000 (v105). Label follow instructions be convinced first depends other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v102:

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jobs are scarce: giving...(nation) priority (Q21A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65948 /-] [Invalid=1838 /-] Q21 &#60;SHOW CARD 21 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Q21.A When jobs are scarce, employers should give priority to [NATIONALITY] people over immigrants -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree
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# v102:

jobs are scarce: giving...(nation) priority (Q21A)


2 disagree 3 neither (spontaneous) Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v63), WVS 2000 (v79).

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v103:

Label agree disagree neither other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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jobs are scarce: giving men priority (Q21B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65772 /-] [Invalid=2014 /-] Q21 &#60;SHOW CARD 21 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Q21.B When jobs are scarce, men have more right to a job than women -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree 2 disagree 3 neither (spontaneous) Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v61), WVS 2000 (v78). Label agree disagree neither other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v104:

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good and evil: clear/no clear guidelines (Q22)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=64064 /-] [Invalid=3722 /-] NOW WE ARE GOING TO ASK YOU SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MEANING AND PURPOSE OF LIFE Q22 &#60;SHOW CARD 22 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62;
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# v104:

good and evil: clear/no clear guidelines (Q22)


Here are three statements which people sometimes make when discussing good and evil. Which one comes closest to your own point of view? A: There are absolutely clear guidelines about what is good and evil. These always apply to everyone, whatever the circumstances. B: There are absolutely clear guidelines about what is good and evil. However, deviating from these guidelines is sometimes justified by special circumstances. C: There can never be absolutely clear guidelines about what is good and evil. What is good and evil depends entirely upon the circumstances at the time. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 Agree with statement A 2 Agree with statement B 3 Agree with statement C

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v105:

Label clear guidelines good and evil clear guidelines but deviation sometimes justified no clear guidelines good and evil other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you belong to a religious denomination (Q23)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67292 /-] [Invalid=494 /-] Q23 Do you belong to a religious denomination? &#60;IF CODE 2, -1, -2: GO TO Q24&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v*179), WVS 2000 (v*184). Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v106:

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which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a) (standardized)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-9] [Missing=*]
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# v106:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a) (standardized)


[Valid=51185 /-] [Invalid=16601 /-] RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION - HARMONIZED VARIABLE [Q23: Do you belong to a religious denomination?] Q23a &#60;SHOW CARD 23a&#62; Which one? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 roman catholic 2 protestant 3 free church/ non-conformist/ evangelical 4 jew 5 muslim 6 hindu 7 buddhist 8 orthodox 9 other, please specify (Write in): Note: Harmonized variable: country-specific categories have been recoded according to EVS common coding frame. For country-specific variable, see v106_cs. In the Norwegian data set hindu is coded as &#39;5: muslim&#39;, but should be &#39;6: hindu&#39;. Variable recoded for the harmonization of this variable. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v179), WVS 2000 (v184). Label roman catholic protestant free church/ non-conformist/ evangelical jew muslim hindu buddhist orthodox other other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v106_cs: Information

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which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 801-91596] [Missing=*] [Valid=51185 /-] [Invalid=16601 /-] [Q23: Do you belong to a religious denomination?] Q23a &#60;SHOW CARD 23a&#62; Which one? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 801 AL: Muslim (Sunni) 802 AL: Muslim Siiti 803 AL: Christian Orthodox 804 AL: Christian Catholic 805 AL: Evangelistical 806 AL: Baptist 807 AL: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 896 AL: Other 3101 AZ: Islam 3102 AZ: Orthodoxy 3103 AZ: Judaism 3104 AZ: (Roman) Catholicism 3196 AZ: Other 4001 AT: Roman catholic 4002 AT: Protestant (without independent churches) 4003 AT: Independent church 4004 AT: Orthodox/greek-oriental orthodox 4005 AT: Non-roman catholic (e.g. greek-catholic) 4006 AT: Old catholic 4007 AT: Other christian denomination 4008 AT: Jewish 4009 AT: Moslem 4010 AT: Buddhist 4011 AT: Hindu 4012 AT: Jehovahs Witnesses 4096 AT: Other 5101 AM: Armenian Apostolic Church 5102 AM: Orthodox 5103 AM: Catholic 5104 AM: Protestant 5105 AM: Muslim 5106 AM: Yezidian 5107 AM: Wintness of juhova 5108 AM: Evangelical 5109 AM: Mormon 5110 AM: Krishna 5118 AM: The fifty&#39;s 5196 AM: Other 5601 BE: Roman Catholic Church 5602 BE: Protestant Church in Belgium 5603 BE: Evangelic Christians 5604 BE: Anglican Church 5605 BE: Orthodox Church 5606 BE: Jewish Church 5607 BE: Islamic religion 5696 BE: Other 7001 BA: Serbian ortodox 7002 BA: Roman Catholic 7003 BA: Muslim 7004 BA: Jewish 7005 BA: Reformist 7006 BA: Evangelistical 7007 BA: Slovak evangelistical 7008 BA: Adventist 7009 BA: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 7010 BA: Baptist 7096 BA: Other 10001 BG: Orthodox 10002 BG: Muslim 10003 BG: Catholic 10004 BG: Protestant 10005 BG: Jewish 10006 BG: Buddhist 10096 BG: Other 11201 BY: Orthodox Church 11202 BY: Christians of Evangelical Belief (pentecostals)
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


11203 BY: Roman Catholic Church 11204 BY: Evangelical Christian Baptists 11205 BY: Seventh-Day Adventists 11206 BY: Christians of the Whole Gospel 11207 BY: Old Believers Church 11208 BY: Judaic religion (Judaism) 11209 BY: Lutheran Church 11210 BY: Jehovah&#39;s Witnesses 11211 BY: Moslem religion (Islam) 11212 BY: New Apostolic Church 11213 BY: Progressive Judaism 11214 BY: Greek Catholic Church (uniats) 11296 BY: Other 19101 HR: The Roman Catholic Church 19102 HR: The Greek-Catholic Church 19103 HR: The Serbian Orthodox Church 19104 HR: The Jewish Community of Zagreb 19105 HR: The Evangelic Church 19106 HR: The evangelical Church in Croatia (Pentecostal) 19107 HR: Union of Baptists Churches in the Republic of Croatian 19108 HR: Croatian Slovenian Conference of the Seventh Day Adventists Church 19109 HR: Jehovahs Witnesses 19110 HR: Muslim (Islamic Community in Croatia) 19196 HR: Other 19601 CY: Christian Orthodox 19602 CY: Catholics 19603 CY: Protestants 19604 CY: Christians of the Armenian Church 19605 CY: Muslims 19606 CY: Buddhists 19696 CY: Other 19701 CY-TCC: Muslim 19702 CY-TCC: Jewish 19703 CY-TCC: Armenian 19704 CY-TCC: Greek Orthodox 19705 CY-TCC: Maronite 19706 CY-TCC: Protestant 19707 CY-TCC: Catholic 19796 CY-TCC: Other 20301 CZ: Catholic (Roman) 20302 CZ: Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren 20303 CZ: Evangelic (Hussite Church) 20304 CZ: Evangelic - generally 20305 CZ: Jewish 20306 CZ: Muslim 20307 CZ: Greek Catholic 20308 CZ: Jehova&#39;s Witnesses 20309 CZ: Orthodox Christian religion 20310 CZ: Other Christian Church 20311 CZ: Other Church 20396 CZ: Other 20801 DK: Roman Catholic 20802 DK: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark 20803 DK: Jehovahs Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists etc. 20804 DK: Jewish 20805 DK: Muslim 20806 DK: Hindu 20807 DK: Buddhist 20896 DK: Other 23301 EE: Lutheran 23302 EE: Orthodox (Russian, Moscow) 23303 EE: Orthodox (Constantinople) 23304 EE: Catholic 23305 EE: Judaist 23306 EE: Moslem 23396 EE: Other 24601 FI: Evangelical Lutheran Church 24602 FI: Orthodox Church
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


24603 FI: Roman Catholic Church 24604 FI: Pentecostal Church 24605 FI: Free Church 24606 FI: Jehovah&#39;s Witness 24607 FI: Judaism 24608 FI: Islam 24696 FI: Other 25001 FR: Catholique 25002 FR: Protestante 25003 FR: Juive 25004 FR: Musulmane 25005 FR: Hindoue 25006 FR: Bouddhiste 25007 FR: Orthodoxe 25017 FR: Tmoin de Jhova 25096 FR: Une autre religion 26801 GE: Orthodox 26802 GE: Catholic 26803 GE: Gregorian/Armenian Apostolic 26804 GE: Protestant 26805 GE: Jewish 26806 GE: Muslim 26807 GE: Jehovah witness 26808 GE: Sun-cult 26809 GE: Baptist 26896 GE: Other 27601 DE: Roman Catholic Church 27602 DE: Protestant Church without Free Churches 27603 DE: Protestant Free Churches 27604 DE: Greek-Orthodox Church 27605 DE: Russian-Orthodox Church 27606 DE: Muslim 27696 DE: Other 30001 GR: Christian Orthodox 30002 GR: Catholics 30003 GR: Protestants 30004 GR: Christians of the Armenian denomination 30005 GR: Muslims 30006 GR: Believing in the 12 Greek Gods of acient Greece 30007 GR: Buddhist 30096 GR: Other 34801 HU: Roman Catholic 34802 HU: Greek Catholic, Armenian Catholic 34803 HU: Calvinist 34804 HU: Lutheran 34805 HU: Orthodox 34806 HU: Jewish 34807 HU: Faith Church 34808 HU: Witnesses of Jehova 34809 HU: Krishna Consciousness 34896 HU: Other 35201 IS: Lutheran Church of Iceland 35202 IS: Roman Catholic Church 35203 IS: Reykjavik Independent Church 35204 IS: Reykjavik Free Church 35205 IS: Hafnarfjrur Free Church 35206 IS: Pentecostal Church 35207 IS: Jehova&#39;s Witnesses 35208 IS: Bah&#39;i Community 35209 IS: Asa Faith Society 35210 IS: The Cross 35211 IS: The Way, Free Church 35212 IS: Buddhist Association of Iceland 35213 IS: Muslim Association of Iceland 35296 IS: Other 37201 IE: Roman Catholic 37202 IE: Church of Ireland 37203 IE: Presbyterian
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


37204 IE: Methodist 37205 IE: Orthodox 37206 IE: Jewish 37207 IE: Muslim 37296 IE: Other 38001 IT: Cattolica romana 38002 IT: Testimoni di Geova 38003 IT: Denom. protestanti 38004 IT: Chiese ortodosse 38005 IT: Musulmana 38006 IT: Induista 38007 IT: Buddista 38008 IT: Ebraica 38096 IT: Other 42801 LV: Catholic 42802 LV: Lutheran 42803 LV: Orthodox 42804 LV: Baptist 42805 LV: Old believers 42806 LV: Pentacostal church 42807 LV: Seventh day adventist 42808 LV: Methodist church 42896 LV: Other 44001 LT: Catholic 44002 LT: Orthodox 44003 LT: Old Believers 44004 LT: Evangelical Lutherans 44005 LT: Evangelical Reformats 44006 LT: Judaism 44007 LT: Islam/Muslim 44096 LT: Other 44201 LU: Anglican 44202 LU: Baha&#39;i 44203 LU: Catholic 44204 LU: Jewish 44205 LU: Muslim 44206 LU: New-apostolic church 44207 LU: Orthodox 44208 LU: Protestant 44209 LU: Jehovah witnesses 44296 LU: Other 47001 MT: Roman Catholic 47002 MT: Church of England 47003 MT: Free Church / Non-Conformist / Evangelical 47004 MT: Jewish 47005 MT: Muslim 47006 MT: Hindu 47007 MT: Buddhist 47008 MT: Orthodox 47011 MT: Unification Church 47096 MT: Other 49801 MD: Orthodox &#39;old style&#39; 49802 MD: Orthodox &#39;new style&#39; 49803 MD: Catholic 49804 MD: Protestant 49805 MD: Jewish 49896 MD: Other 49901 ME: Islamic 49902 ME: Judaism 49903 ME: Catholic 49904 ME: Serbian Orthodox 49905 ME: Protestant 49906 ME: Pro-oriental cults 49907 ME: Montenegrin Orthodox 49996 ME: Other 52801 NL: Rooms Katholiek 52802 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Hervormd) 52803 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Gereformeerd)
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


52804 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Luthers) 52805 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (niet nader gespecificeerd) 52806 NL: Overig Protestant 52807 NL: Islam 52808 NL: Jodendom 52809 NL: Hindoesme 52810 NL: Boeddhisme 52896 NL: Other 57801 NO: The Roman-Catholic Church 57802 NO: The Church of Norway 57803 NO: The Orthodox Church, Russian, Greek or other 57804 NO: Judaism 57805 NO: Islam 57806 NO: Hinduism 57807 NO: Buddhism 57808 NO: Free churches, Protestant church societies not part of the Church of Norway 57896 NO: Other 61601 PL: Roman-catholic 61602 PL: Orthodox 61603 PL: Jehovas Witness 61604 PL: Protestant 61605 PL: Evangelical 61606 PL: Greek-Catholic 61607 PL: Old-catholic 61608 PL: Jewish 61609 PL: Muslim 61610 PL: Buddhism 61696 PL: Other 62001 PT: Catholic 62002 PT: Protestant 62003 PT: Islamic 62004 PT: Hindu 62005 PT: Jewish 62096 PT: Other 64201 RO: Orthodox Church 64202 RO: Greek Catholic Church 64203 RO: Roman Catholic Church 64204 RO: Protestant Church 64205 RO: Jew 64206 RO: Muslims 64207 RO: New Protestant Churches (Adventist, Baptist, Jehova Whitneses etc.) 64296 RO: Other 64301 RU: Orthodoxy 64302 RU: Catholicism 64303 RU: Protestantism 64304 RU: Islam 64305 RU: Judaism 64306 RU: Buddhism 64307 RU: Hinduism 64396 RU: Other 68801 RS: Serbian ortodox 68802 RS: Roman Catholic 68803 RS: Muslim 68804 RS: Jewish 68805 RS: Reformist 68806 RS: Evangelistical 68807 RS: Slovak evangelistical 68808 RS: Adventist 68809 RS: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 68810 RS: Baptist 68896 RS: Other 70301 SK: Roman catholic 70302 SK: Lutheran 70303 SK: Greek Catholic 70304 SK: Calvinist (Reform protestant) 70305 SK: Orthodox 70306 SK: Jehovah Witnesses 70307 SK: Jew
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


70308 SK: Other Protestant 70309 SK: Other Christian 70310 SK: Muslim 70311 SK: Buddhist 70312 SK: Hindu 70396 SK: Other 70501 SI: Roman catholic 70502 SI: Protestant 70503 SI: Orthodox 70504 SI: Other christian 70505 SI: Islam 70509 SI: Other eastern 70596 SI: Other 72401 ES: Christian - no denomination 72402 ES: Roman Catholic 72403 ES: Greek or Russian Orthodox 72404 ES: Protestant (no further detail) 72405 ES: Church of England / Anglican 72406 ES: Baptist 72407 ES: Methodist 72408 ES: Presbyterian / Church of Scotland 72409 ES: United Reform Church / Congregational 72410 ES: Free Presbyterian 72411 ES: Hindu 72412 ES: Buddhist 72413 ES: Jewish 72414 ES: Islam / Muslim 72496 ES: Other 75201 SE: Swedish Church 75202 SE: Catholic Church 75203 SE: An Orthodox church or congregation (Russian, Greek or other) 75204 SE: Any independent church, Protestant (not Swedish Church) 75205 SE: Jewish congregation 75206 SE: Islamic community 75207 SE: Hindu community 75208 SE: Buddhist community 75296 SE: Other 75601 CH: Protestant reformed 75602 CH: Roman Catholic 75603 CH: Christian Catholic 75604 CH: Orthodox (greek, russian Church) 75605 CH: Jewish 75606 CH: Islamic 75607 CH: Buddhist 75608 CH: Hinduhist 75696 CH: Other 79201 TR: Muslim 79202 TR: Jew 79203 TR: Gregorian (Armenian) 79204 TR: Greek Orthodox 79296 TR: Other 80401 UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Moscow Patriarchy 80402 UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Kyiv Patriarchy 80403 UA: Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church 80404 UA: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church 80405 UA: Rome Catholic Church 80406 UA: Evangelic Christians-Baptists 80407 UA: Christians of Evangelic Faith 80408 UA: The Seventh Day Adventists 80409 UA: Evangelics 80410 UA: Charismatics 80411 UA: Jehovah&#39;s Witnesses 80412 UA: Judaism 80413 UA: Islam 80414 UA: Buddhism 80415 UA: Hinduism 80496 UA: Other 80701 MK: Christianity - Orthodox
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# v106_cs:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


80702 MK: Christianity - Catholicism 80703 MK: Christianity - Protestantism Please specify 80704 MK: Islam - (IRC Islamic Religious Community in R. of Macedonia) 80705 MK: Islam - (CB - Community of Bectesh) 80706 MK: Christianity - Jehovah` witnesses 80707 MK: Hebrew 80708 MK: Buddhism 80709 MK: Scientology 80710 MK: Hare Krishna 80796 MK: Other 82601 GB-GBN: Roman Catholic 82602 GB-GBN: Church of England 82603 GB-GBN: Church of Scotland 82604 GB-GBN: Baptist 82605 GB-GBN: Methodist 82606 GB-GBN: Buddhist 82607 GB-GBN: Hindu 82608 GB-GBN: Jewish 82609 GB-GBN: Muslim 82610 GB-GBN: Sikh 82696 GB-GBN: Other 90901 GB-NIR: Christian - no denomination 90902 GB-NIR: Roman Catholic 90903 GB-NIR: Anglican / Church of Ireland / Episcopalian 90904 GB-NIR: Baptist 90905 GB-NIR: Methodist 90906 GB-NIR: Presbyterian 90907 GB-NIR: Free Presbyterian 90908 GB-NIR: Brethren 90909 GB-NIR: United Reform Church (URC) / Congregational 90910 GB-NIR: Hindu 90911 GB-NIR: Jew 90912 GB-NIR: Islam / Muslim 90913 GB-NIR: Sikh 90914 GB-NIR: Buddhist 90996 GB-NIR: Other 91501 RS-KM: Serbian orthodox 91502 RS-KM: Papist 91503 RS-KM: Muslim 91504 RS-KM: Jewish 91505 RS-KM: Reformist 91506 RS-KM: Evangelistical 91507 RS-KM: Slovak evangelistical 91508 RS-KM: Adventist 91509 RS-KM: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 91510 RS-KM: Baptist 91511 RS-KM: Muslim (Sunni) 91512 RS-KM: Muslim Siiti 91513 RS-KM: Christian Orthodox 91514 RS-KM: Christian Catholic 91596 RS-KM: Other Note: Standardized country-specific variable containing country ISO 3166-1 identifier (CCC) and country-specific categories (religious denominations). This variable has been harmonized into v106. Kosovo: Computed from two different variables for Serbian and Albanian questionnaire (for futher details see original language documentation of the national dataset).

Value 801 802 803 804 805

Label AL: Muslim (Sunni) AL: Muslim Siiti AL: Christian Orthodox AL: Christian Catholic AL: Evangelistical
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 806 807 896 3101 3102 3103 3104 3196 4001 4002 4003 4004 4005 4006 4007 4008 4009 4010 4011 4012 4096 5101 5102 5103 5104 5105 5106 5107 5108 5109 5110 5118 5196 5601 5602 5603 5604 5605 5606 5607 5696 7001 7002

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label AL: Baptist AL: Jehovah's witnesses AL: Other AZ: Islam AZ: Orthodoxy AZ: Judaism AZ: (Roman) Catholicism AZ: Other AT: Roman catholic AT: Protestant (without independent churches) AT: Independent church AT: Orthodox/greek-oriental orthodox AT: Non-roman catholic (e.g. greek-catholic) AT: Old catholic AT: Other christian denomination AT: Jewish AT: Moslem AT: Buddhist AT: Hindu AT: Jehovahs Witnesses AT: Other AM: Armenian Apostolic Church AM: Orthodox AM: Catholic AM: Protestant AM: Muslim AM: Yezidian AM: Wintness of juhova AM: Evangelical AM: Mormon AM: Krishna AM: The fifty's AM: Other BE: Roman Catholic Church BE: Protestant Church in Belgium BE: Evangelic Christians BE: Anglican Church BE: Orthodox Church BE: Jewish Church BE: Islamic religion BE: Other BA: Serbian ortodox BA: Roman Catholic
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 7003 7004 7005 7006 7007 7008 7009 7010 7096 10001 10002 10003 10004 10005 10006 10096 11201 11202 11203 11204 11205 11206 11207 11208 11209 11210 11211 11212 11213 11214 11296 19101 19102 19103 19104 19105 19106 19107 19108 19109 19110 19196 19601

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label BA: Muslim BA: Jewish BA: Reformist BA: Evangelistical BA: Slovak evangelistical BA: Adventist BA: Jehovah's witnesses BA: Baptist BA: Other BG: Orthodox BG: Muslim BG: Catholic BG: Protestant BG: Jewish BG: Buddhist BG: Other BY: Orthodox Church BY: Christians of Evangelical Belief (pentecostals) BY: Roman Catholic Church BY: Evangelical Christian Baptists BY: Seventh-Day Adventists BY: Christians of the Whole Gospel BY: Old Believers Church BY: Judaic religion (Judaism) BY: Lutheran Church BY: Jehovah's Witnesses BY: Moslem religion (Islam) BY: New Apostolic Church BY: Progressive Judaism BY: Greek Catholic Church (uniats) BY: Other HR: The Roman Catholic Church HR: The Greek-Catholic Church HR: The Serbian Orthodox Church HR: The Jewish Community of Zagreb HR: The Evangelic Church HR: The evangelical Church in Croatia (Pentecostal) HR: Union of Baptists Churches in the Republic of Croatian HR: Croatian Slovenian Conference of the Seventh Day HR: Jehovahs Witnesses HR: Muslim (Islamic Community in Croatia) HR: Other CY: Christian Orthodox
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 19602 19603 19604 19605 19606 19696 19701 19702 19703 19704 19705 19706 19707 19796 20301 20302 20303 20304 20305 20306 20307 20308 20309 20310 20311 20396 20801 20802 20803 20804 20805 20806 20807 20896 23301 23302 23303 23304 23305 23306 23396 24601 24602

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label CY: Catholics CY: Protestants CY: Christians of the Armenian Church CY: Muslims CY: Buddhists CY: Other CY-TCC: Muslim CY-TCC: Jewish CY-TCC: Armenian CY-TCC: Greek Orthodox CY-TCC: Maronite CY-TCC: Protestant CY-TCC: Catholic CY-TCC: Other CZ: Catholic (Roman) CZ: Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren CZ: Evangelic (Hussite Church) CZ: Evangelic - generally CZ: Jewish CZ: Muslim CZ: Greek Catholic CZ: Jehova's Witnesses CZ: Orthodox Christian religion CZ: Other Christian Church CZ: Other Church CZ: Other DK: Roman Catholic DK: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark DK: Jehovahs Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists etc. DK: Jewish DK: Muslim DK: Hindu DK: Buddhist DK: Other EE: Lutheran EE: Orthodox (Russian, Moscow) EE: Orthodox (Constantinople) EE: Catholic EE: Judaist EE: Moslem EE: Other FI: Evangelical Lutheran Church FI: Orthodox Church
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 24603 24604 24605 24606 24607 24608 24696 25001 25002 25003 25004 25005 25006 25007 25017 25096 26801 26802 26803 26804 26805 26806 26807 26808 26809 26896 27601 27602 27603 27604 27605 27606 27696 30001 30002 30003 30004 30005 30006 30007 30096 34801 34802

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label FI: Roman Catholic Church FI: Pentecostal Church FI: Free Church FI: Jehovah's Witness FI: Judaism FI: Islam FI: Other FR: Catholique FR: Protestante FR: Juive FR: Musulmane FR: Hindoue FR: Bouddhiste FR: Orthodoxe FR: Tmoin de Jhova FR: Une autre religion GE: Orthodox GE: Catholic GE: Gregorian/Armenian Apostolic GE: Protestant GE: Jewish GE: Muslim GE: Jehovah witness GE: Sun-cult GE: Baptist GE: Other DE: Roman Catholic Church DE: Protestant Church without Free Churches DE: Protestant Free Churches DE: Greek-Orthodox Church DE: Russian-Orthodox Church DE: Muslim DE: Other GR: Christian Orthodox GR: Catholics GR: Protestants GR: Christians of the Armenian denomination GR: Muslims GR: Believing in the 12 Greek Gods of acient Greece GR: Buddhist GR: Other HU: Roman Catholic HU: Greek Catholic, Armenian Catholic
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 34803 34804 34805 34806 34807 34808 34809 34896 35201 35202 35203 35204 35205 35206 35207 35208 35209 35210 35211 35212 35213 35296 37201 37202 37203 37204 37205 37206 37207 37296 38001 38002 38003 38004 38005 38006 38007 38008 38096 42801 42802 42803 42804

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label HU: Calvinist HU: Lutheran HU: Orthodox HU: Jewish HU: Faith Church HU: Witnesses of Jehova HU: Krishna Consciousness HU: Other IS: Lutheran Church of Iceland IS: Roman Catholic Church IS: Reykjavik Independent Church IS: Reykjavik Free Church IS: Hafnarfjrur Free Church IS: Pentecostal Church IS: Jehova's Witnesses IS: Bah'i Community IS: Asa Faith Society IS: The Cross IS: The Way, Free Church IS: Buddhist Association of Iceland IS: Muslim Association of Iceland IS: Other IE: Roman Catholic IE: Church of Ireland IE: Presbyterian IE: Methodist IE: Orthodox IE: Jewish IE: Muslim IE: Other IT: Cattolica romana IT: Testimoni di Geova IT: Denom. protestanti IT: Chiese ortodosse IT: Musulmana IT: Induista IT: Buddista IT: Ebraica IT: Other LV: Catholic LV: Lutheran LV: Orthodox LV: Baptist
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 42805 42806 42807 42808 42896 44001 44002 44003 44004 44005 44006 44007 44096 44201 44202 44203 44204 44205 44206 44207 44208 44209 44296 47001 47002 47003 47004 47005 47006 47007 47008 47011 47096 49801 49802 49803 49804 49805 49896 49901 49902 49903 49904

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label LV: Old believers LV: Pentacostal church LV: Seventh day adventist LV: Methodist church LV: Other LT: Catholic LT: Orthodox LT: Old Believers LT: Evangelical Lutherans LT: Evangelical Reformats LT: Judaism LT: Islam/Muslim LT: Other LU: Anglican LU: Baha'i LU: Catholic LU: Jewish LU: Muslim LU: New-apostolic church LU: Orthodox LU: Protestant LU: Jehovah witnesses LU: Other MT: Roman Catholic MT: Church of England MT: Free Church / Non-Conformist / Evangelical MT: Jewish MT: Muslim MT: Hindu MT: Buddhist MT: Orthodox MT: Unification Church MT: Other MD: Orthodox 'old style' MD: Orthodox 'new style' MD: Catholic MD: Protestant MD: Jewish MD: Other ME: Islamic ME: Judaism ME: Catholic ME: Serbian Orthodox
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 49905 49906 49907 49996 52801 52802 52803 52804 52805 52806 52807 52808 52809 52810 52896 57801 57802 57803 57804 57805 57806 57807 57808 57896 61601 61602 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61608 61609 61610 61696 62001 62002 62003 62004 62005 62096 64201 64202

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label ME: Protestant ME: Pro-oriental cults ME: Montenegrin Orthodox ME: Other NL: Rooms Katholiek NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Hervormd) NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Gereformeerd) NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Luthers) NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (niet nader gespecificeerd) NL: Overig Protestant NL: Islam NL: Jodendom NL: Hindoesme NL: Boeddhisme NL: Other NO: The Roman-Catholic Church NO: The Church of Norway NO: The Orthodox Church, Russian, Greek or other NO: Judaism NO: Islam NO: Hinduism NO: Buddhism NO: Free churches, Protestant church societies not part of t NO: Other PL: Roman-catholic PL: Orthodox PL: Jehovas Witness PL: Protestant PL: Evangelical PL: Greek-Catholic PL: Old-catholic PL: Jewish PL: Muslim PL: Buddhism PL: Other PT: Catholic PT: Protestant PT: Islamic PT: Hindu PT: Jewish PT: Other RO: Orthodox Church RO: Greek Catholic Church
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 64203 64204 64205 64206 64207 64296 64301 64302 64303 64304 64305 64306 64307 64396 68801 68802 68803 68804 68805 68806 68807 68808 68809 68810 68896 70301 70302 70303 70304 70305 70306 70307 70308 70309 70310 70311 70312 70396 70501 70502 70503 70504 70505

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label RO: Roman Catholic Church RO: Protestant Church RO: Jew RO: Muslims RO: New Protestant Churches (Adventist, Baptist, Jehova Whit RO: Other RU: Orthodoxy RU: Catholicism RU: Protestantism RU: Islam RU: Judaism RU: Buddhism RU: Hinduism RU: Other RS: Serbian ortodox RS: Roman Catholic RS: Muslim RS: Jewish RS: Reformist RS: Evangelistical RS: Slovak evangelistical RS: Adventist RS: Jehovah's witnesses RS: Baptist RS: Other SK: Roman catholic SK: Lutheran SK: Greek Catholic SK: Calvinist (Reform protestant) SK: Orthodox SK: Jehovah Witnesses SK: Jew SK: Other Protestant SK: Other Christian SK: Muslim SK: Buddhist SK: Hindu SK: Other SI: Roman catholic SI: Protestant SI: Orthodox SI: Other christian SI: Islam
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 70509 70596 72401 72402 72403 72404 72405 72406 72407 72408 72409 72410 72411 72412 72413 72414 72496 75201 75202 75203 75204 75205 75206 75207 75208 75296 75601 75602 75603 75604 75605 75606 75607 75608 75696 79201 79202 79203 79204 79296 80401 80402 80403

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label SI: Other eastern SI: Other ES: Christian - no denomination ES: Roman Catholic ES: Greek or Russian Orthodox ES: Protestant (no further detail) ES: Church of England / Anglican ES: Baptist ES: Methodist ES: Presbyterian / Church of Scotland ES: United Reform Church / Congregational ES: Free Presbyterian ES: Hindu ES: Buddhist ES: Jewish ES: Islam / Muslim ES: Other SE: Swedish Church SE: Catholic Church SE: An Orthodox church or congregation (Russian, Greek or ot SE: Any independent church, Protestant (not Swedish Church) SE: Jewish congregation SE: Islamic community SE: Hindu community SE: Buddhist community SE: Other CH: Protestant reformed CH: Roman Catholic CH: Christian Catholic CH: Orthodox (greek, russian Church) CH: Jewish CH: Islamic CH: Buddhist CH: Hinduhist CH: Other TR: Muslim TR: Jew TR: Gregorian (Armenian) TR: Greek Orthodox TR: Other UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Moscow Patriarchy UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Kyiv Patriarchy UA: Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 80404 80405 80406 80407 80408 80409 80410 80411 80412 80413 80414 80415 80496 80701 80702 80703 80704 80705 80706 80707 80708 80709 80710 80796 82601 82602 82603 82604 82605 82606 82607 82608 82609 82610 82696 90901 90902 90903 90904 90905 90906 90907 90908

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label UA: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church UA: Rome Catholic Church UA: Evangelic Christians-Baptists UA: Christians of Evangelic Faith UA: The Seventh Day Adventists UA: Evangelics UA: Charismatics UA: Jehovah's Witnesses UA: Judaism UA: Islam UA: Buddhism UA: Hinduism UA: Other MK: Christianity - Orthodox MK: Christianity - Catholicism MK: Christianity - Protestantism Please specify MK: Islam - (IRC Islamic Religious Community in R. of Macedo MK: Islam - (CB - Community of Bectesh) MK: Christianity - Jehovah` witnesses MK: Hebrew MK: Buddhism MK: Scientology MK: Hare Krishna MK: Other GB-GBN: Roman Catholic GB-GBN: Church of England GB-GBN: Church of Scotland GB-GBN: Baptist GB-GBN: Methodist GB-GBN: Buddhist GB-GBN: Hindu GB-GBN: Jewish GB-GBN: Muslim GB-GBN: Sikh GB-GBN: Other GB-NIR: Christian - no denomination GB-NIR: Roman Catholic GB-NIR: Anglican / Church of Ireland / Episcopalian GB-NIR: Baptist GB-NIR: Methodist GB-NIR: Presbyterian GB-NIR: Free Presbyterian GB-NIR: Brethren
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Cases

Percentage

# v106_cs: Value 90909 90910 90911 90912 90913 90914 90996 91501 91502 91503 91504 91505 91506 91507 91508 91509 91510 91511 91512 91513 91514 91596 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v107:

which religious denomination do you belong to (Q23a)


Label GB-NIR: United Reform Church (URC) / Congregational GB-NIR: Hindu GB-NIR: Jew GB-NIR: Islam / Muslim GB-NIR: Sikh GB-NIR: Buddhist GB-NIR: Other RS-KM: Serbian orthodox RS-KM: Papist RS-KM: Muslim RS-KM: Jewish RS-KM: Reformist RS-KM: Evangelistical RS-KM: Slovak evangelistical RS-KM: Adventist RS-KM: Jehovah's witnesses RS-KM: Baptist RS-KM: Muslim (Sunni) RS-KM: Muslim Siiti RS-KM: Christian Orthodox RS-KM: Christian Catholic RS-KM: Other other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=65045 /-] [Invalid=2741 /-] Q24 &#60;IF RESPONDENT IS CURRENTLY A MEMBER (Q23=1), PLEASE ASK:&#62; Were you ever a member of another religious denomination? &#60;IF RESPONDENT IS CURRENTLY NOT A MEMBER (Q23=2), PLEASE ASK:&#62; Were you ever a member of a religious denomination? &#60;IF CODE 2, -1, -2: GO TO Q25&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Austria: Country specific filter was used that deviates from Master Questionnaire. Affected cases have been recoded from 7 &#39;not applicable&#39; into -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Denmark:

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

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# v107:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24)


Question Q24 was split up into two questions (Q23b: DK07 and Q24: DK08) in Field Questionnaire. Programme Director computed v107 from DK07 and DK08 (see Danish dataset) . Iceland: In Field Questionnaire the additional category 3 &#39;No, I never belonged to any&#39; was implemented and the wording of category 2 deviated (&#39;No, I have always been in the same&#39; instead of &#39;No&#39;). Original categories 2 and 3 were merged into standard category 2 &#39;No&#39;. Moldova: Filter of v107 was adjusted according to recoding of v108_cs into -3 &#39;nap&#39; (based on v106_cs and v108_cs). Slovakia: Country specific filter was (if v105 is not 1, v107 = 7 &#39;nap&#39;) used that deviates from Master Questionnaire. Affected cases have been recoded from 7 &#39;nap&#39; into -5 &#39;other missing&#39; Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording).

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v108:

Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a) (standardized)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-9] [Missing=*] [Valid=5715 /-] [Invalid=62071 /-] (ANOTHER) RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION - HARMONIZED VARIABLE [Q24: Were you ever a member of (another) religious denomination?] Q24a &#60;SHOW CARD 24A ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Which one? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 roman catholic 2 protestant 3 free church/ non-conformist/ evangelical 4 jew 5 muslim 6 hindu 7 buddhist 8 orthodox 9 other, please specify (Write in): Note: Harmonized variable: country-specific categories have been recoded according to EVS common coding frame. For country-specific variable, see v108_cs. Moldova: Respondents who answered v106_cs and v108_cs the same way have been recoded into -3 &#39;not applicable&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label roman catholic protestant free church/ non-conformist/ evangelical
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Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 2 3

Cases

Percentage

# v108: Value 4 5 6 7 8 9 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a) (standardized)


Label jew muslim hindu buddhist orthodox other other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

# v108_cs: Information

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 801-91596] [Missing=*] [Valid=5706 /-] [Invalid=62080 /-] [Q24: Were you ever a member of (another) religious denomination?] Q24a SHOW CARD 24A ONE ANSWER ONLY Which one? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 801 AL: Muslim (Sunni) 802 AL: Muslim Siiti 803 AL: Christian Orthodox 804 AL: Christian Catholic 805 AL: Evangelistical 806 AL: Baptist 807 AL: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 896 AL: Other 3101 AZ: Islam 3102 AZ: Orthodoxy 3103 AZ: Judaism 3104 AZ: (Roman) Catholicism 3196 AZ: Other 4001 AT: Roman catholic 4002 AT: Protestant (without independent churches) 4003 AT: Independent church 4004 AT: Orthodox/greek-oriental orthodox 4005 AT: Non-roman catholic (e.g. greek-catholic) 4006 AT: Old catholic 4007 AT: Other christian denomination 4008 AT: Jewish 4009 AT: Moslem 4010 AT: Buddhist 4011 AT: Hindu 4012 AT: Jehovahs Witnesses 4096 AT: Other 5101 AM: Armenian Apostolic Church 5102 AM: Orthodox 5103 AM: Catholic 5104 AM: Protestant 5105 AM: Muslim 5106 AM: Yezidian 5107 AM: Wintness of juhova 5108 AM: Evangelical
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Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

# v108_cs:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


5109 AM: Mormon 5110 AM: Krishna 5118 AM: The fifty&#39;s 5196 AM: Other 5601 BE: Roman Catholic Church 5602 BE: Protestant Church in Belgium 5603 BE: Evangelic Christians 5604 BE: Anglican Church 5605 BE: Orthodox Church 5606 BE: Jewish Church 5607 BE: Islamic religion 5696 BE: Other 7001 BA: Serbian ortodox 7002 BA: Roman Catholic 7003 BA: Muslim 7004 BA: Jewish 7005 BA: Reformist 7006 BA: Evangelistical 7007 BA: Slovak evangelistical 7008 BA: Adventist 7009 BA: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 7010 BA: Baptist 7096 BA: Other 10001 BG: Orthodox 10002 BG: Muslim 10003 BG: Catholic 10004 BG: Protestant 10005 BG: Jewish 10006 BG: Buddhist 10096 BG: Other 11201 BY: Orthodox Church 11202 BY: Christians of Evangelical Belief (pentecostals) 11203 BY: Roman Catholic Church 11204 BY: Evangelical Christian Baptists 11205 BY: Seventh-Day Adventists 11206 BY: Christians of the Whole Gospel 11207 BY: Old Believers Church 11208 BY: Judaic religion (Judaism) 11209 BY: Lutheran Church 11210 BY: Jehovah&#39;s Witnesses 11211 BY: Moslem religion (Islam) 11212 BY: New Apostolic Church 11213 BY: Progressive Judaism 11214 BY: Greek Catholic Church (uniats) 11296 BY: Other 19101 HR: The Roman Catholic Church 19102 HR: The Greek-Catholic Church 19103 HR: The Serbian Orthodox Church 19104 HR: The Jewish Community of Zagreb 19105 HR: The Evangelic Church 19106 HR: The evangelical Church in Croatia (Pentecostal) 19107 HR: Union of Baptists Churches in the Republic of Croatian 19108 HR: Croatian Slovenian Conference of the Seventh Day Adventists Church 19109 HR: Jehovahs Witnesses 19110 HR: Muslim (Islamic Community in Croatia) 19196 HR: Other 19601 CY: Christian Orthodox 19602 CY: Catholics 19603 CY: Protestants 19604 CY: Christians of the Armenian Church 19605 CY: Muslims 19606 CY: Buddhists 19696 CY: Other 19701 CY-TCC: Muslim 19702 CY-TCC: Jewish 19703 CY-TCC: Armenian 19704 CY-TCC: Greek Orthodox 19705 CY-TCC: Maronite
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# v108_cs:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


19706 CY-TCC: Protestant 19707 CY-TCC: Catholic 19796 CY-TCC: Other 20301 CZ: Catholic (Roman) 20302 CZ: Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren 20303 CZ: Evangelic (Hussite Church) 20304 CZ: Evangelic - generally 20305 CZ: Jewish 20306 CZ: Muslim 20307 CZ: Greek Catholic 20308 CZ: Jehova&#39;s Witnesses 20309 CZ: Orthodox Christian religion 20310 CZ: Other Christian Church 20311 CZ: Other Church 20396 CZ: Other 20801 DK: Roman Catholic 20802 DK: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark 20803 DK: Jehovahs Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists etc. 20804 DK: Jewish 20805 DK: Muslim 20806 DK: Hindu 20807 DK: Buddhist 20896 DK: Other 23301 EE: Lutheran 23302 EE: Orthodox (Russian, Moscow) 23303 EE: Orthodox (Constantinople) 23304 EE: Catholic 23305 EE: Judaist 23306 EE: Moslem 23396 EE: Other 24601 FI: Evangelical Lutheran Church 24602 FI: Orthodox Church 24603 FI: Roman Catholic Church 24604 FI: Pentecostal Church 24605 FI: Free Church 24606 FI: Jehovah&#39;s Witness 24607 FI: Judaism 24608 FI: Islam 24696 FI: Other 25001 FR: Catholique 25002 FR: Protestante 25003 FR: Juive 25004 FR: Musulmane 25005 FR: Hindoue 25006 FR: Bouddhiste 25007 FR: Orthodoxe 25017 FR: Tmoin de Jhova 25096 FR: Une autre religion 26801 GE: Orthodox 26802 GE: Catholic 26803 GE: Gregorian/Armenian Apostolic 26804 GE: Protestant 26805 GE: Jewish 26806 GE: Muslim 26807 GE: Jehovah witness 26808 GE: Sun-cult 26809 GE: Baptist 26896 GE: Other 27601 DE: Roman Catholic Church 27602 DE: Protestant Church without Free Churches 27603 DE: Protestant Free Churches 27604 DE: Greek-Orthodox Church 27605 DE: Russian-Orthodox Church 27606 DE: Muslim 27696 DE: Other 30001 GR: Christian Orthodox 30002 GR: Catholics 30003 GR: Protestants
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did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


30004 GR: Christians of the Armenian denomination 30005 GR: Muslims 30006 GR: Believing in the 12 Greek Gods of acient Greece 30007 GR: Buddhist 30096 GR: Other 34801 HU: Roman Catholic 34802 HU: Greek Catholic, Armenian Catholic 34803 HU: Calvinist 34804 HU: Lutheran 34805 HU: Orthodox 34806 HU: Jewish 34807 HU: Faith Church 34808 HU: Witnesses of Jehova 34809 HU: Krishna Consciousness 34896 HU: Other 35201 IS: Lutheran Church of Iceland 35202 IS: Roman Catholic Church 35203 IS: Reykjavik Independent Church 35204 IS: Reykjavik Free Church 35205 IS: Hafnarfjrur Free Church 35206 IS: Pentecostal Church 35207 IS: Jehova&#39;s Witnesses 35208 IS: Bah&#39;i Community 35209 IS: Asa Faith Society 35210 IS: The Cross 35211 IS: The Way, Free Church 35212 IS: Buddhist Association of Iceland 35213 IS: Muslim Association of Iceland 35296 IS: Other 37201 IE: Roman Catholic 37202 IE: Church of Ireland 37203 IE: Presbyterian 37204 IE: Methodist 37205 IE: Orthodox 37206 IE: Jewish 37207 IE: Muslim 37296 IE: Other 38001 IT: Cattolica romana 38002 IT: Testimoni di Geova 38003 IT: Denom. protestanti 38004 IT: Chiese ortodosse 38005 IT: Musulmana 38006 IT: Induista 38007 IT: Buddista 38008 IT: Ebraica 38096 IT: Other 42801 LV: Catholic 42802 LV: Lutheran 42803 LV: Orthodox 42804 LV: Baptist 42805 LV: Old believers 42806 LV: Pentacostal church 42807 LV: Seventh day adventist 42808 LV: Methodist church 42896 LV: Other 44001 LT: Catholic 44002 LT: Orthodox 44003 LT: Old Believers 44004 LT: Evangelical Lutherans 44005 LT: Evangelical Reformats 44006 LT: Judaism 44007 LT: Islam/Muslim 44096 LT: Other 44201 LU: Anglican 44202 LU: Baha&#39;i 44203 LU: Catholic 44204 LU: Jewish 44205 LU: Muslim
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# v108_cs:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


44206 LU: New-apostolic church 44207 LU: Orthodox 44208 LU: Protestant 44209 LU: Jehovah witnesses 44296 LU: Other 47001 MT: Roman Catholic 47002 MT: Church of England 47003 MT: Free Church / Non-Conformist / Evangelical 47004 MT: Jewish 47005 MT: Muslim 47006 MT: Hindu 47007 MT: Buddhist 47008 MT: Orthodox 47011 MT: Unification Church 47096 MT: Other 49801 MD: Orthodox &#39;old style&#39; 49802 MD: Orthodox &#39;new style&#39; 49803 MD: Catholic 49804 MD: Protestant 49805 MD: Jewish 49896 MD: Other 49901 ME: Islamic 49902 ME: Judaism 49903 ME: Catholic 49904 ME: Serbian Orthodox 49905 ME: Protestant 49906 ME: Pro-oriental cults 49907 ME: Montenegrin Orthodox 49996 ME: Other 52801 NL: Rooms Katholiek 52802 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Hervormd) 52803 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Gereformeerd) 52804 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Luthers) 52805 NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (niet nader gespecificeerd) 52806 NL: Overig Protestant 52807 NL: Islam 52808 NL: Jodendom 52809 NL: Hindoesme 52810 NL: Boeddhisme 52896 NL: Other 57801 NO: The Roman-Catholic Church 57802 NO: The Church of Norway 57803 NO: The Orthodox Church, Russian, Greek or other 57804 NO: Judaism 57805 NO: Islam 57806 NO: Hinduism 57807 NO: Buddhism 57808 NO: Free churches, Protestant church societies not part of the Church of Norway 57896 NO: Other 61601 PL: Roman-catholic 61602 PL: Orthodox 61603 PL: Jehovas Witness 61604 PL: Protestant 61605 PL: Evangelical 61606 PL: Greek-Catholic 61607 PL: Old-catholic 61608 PL: Jewish 61609 PL: Muslim 61610 PL: Buddhism 61696 PL: Other 62001 PT: Catholic 62002 PT: Protestant 62003 PT: Islamic 62004 PT: Hindu 62005 PT: Jewish 62096 PT: Other 64201 RO: Orthodox Church 64202 RO: Greek Catholic Church
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# v108_cs:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


64203 RO: Roman Catholic Church 64204 RO: Protestant Church 64205 RO: Jew 64206 RO: Muslims 64207 RO: New Protestant Churches (Adventist, Baptist, Jehova Whitneses etc.) 64296 RO: Other 64301 RU: Orthodoxy 64302 RU: Catholicism 64303 RU: Protestantism 64304 RU: Islam 64305 RU: Judaism 64306 RU: Buddhism 64307 RU: Hinduism 64396 RU: Other 68801 RS: Serbian ortodox 68802 RS: Roman Catholic 68803 RS: Muslim 68804 RS: Jewish 68805 RS: Reformist 68806 RS: Evangelistical 68807 RS: Slovak evangelistical 68808 RS: Adventist 68809 RS: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 68810 RS: Baptist 68896 RS: Other 70301 SK: Roman catholic 70302 SK: Lutheran 70303 SK: Greek Catholic 70304 SK: Calvinist (Reform protestant) 70305 SK: Orthodox 70306 SK: Jehovah Witnesses 70307 SK: Jew 70308 SK: Other Protestant 70309 SK: Other Christian 70310 SK: Muslim 70311 SK: Buddhist 70312 SK: Hindu 70396 SK: Other 70501 SI: Roman catholic 70502 SI: Protestant 70503 SI: Orthodox 70504 SI: Other christian 70505 SI: Islam 70509 SI: Other eastern 70596 SI: Other 72401 ES: Christian - no denomination 72402 ES: Roman Catholic 72403 ES: Greek or Russian Orthodox 72404 ES: Protestant (no further detail) 72405 ES: Church of England / Anglican 72406 ES: Baptist 72407 ES: Methodist 72408 ES: Presbyterian / Church of Scotland 72409 ES: United Reform Church / Congregational 72410 ES: Free Presbyterian 72411 ES: Hindu 72412 ES: Buddhist 72413 ES: Jewish 72414 ES: Islam / Muslim 72496 ES: Other 75201 SE: Swedish Church 75202 SE: Catholic Church 75203 SE: An Orthodox church or congregation (Russian, Greek or other) 75204 SE: Any independent church, Protestant (not Swedish Church) 75205 SE: Jewish congregation 75206 SE: Islamic community 75207 SE: Hindu community 75208 SE: Buddhist community
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did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


75296 SE: Other 75601 CH: Protestant reformed 75602 CH: Roman Catholic 75603 CH: Christian Catholic 75604 CH: Orthodox (greek, russian Church) 75605 CH: Jewish 75606 CH: Islamic 75607 CH: Buddhist 75608 CH: Hinduhist 75696 CH: Other 79201 TR: Muslim 79202 TR: Jew 79203 TR: Gregorian (Armenian) 79204 TR: Greek Orthodox 79296 TR: Other 80401 UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Moscow Patriarchy 80402 UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Kyiv Patriarchy 80403 UA: Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church 80404 UA: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church 80405 UA: Rome Catholic Church 80406 UA: Evangelic Christians-Baptists 80407 UA: Christians of Evangelic Faith 80408 UA: The Seventh Day Adventists 80409 UA: Evangelics 80410 UA: Charismatics 80411 UA: Jehovah&#39;s Witnesses 80412 UA: Judaism 80413 UA: Islam 80414 UA: Buddhism 80415 UA: Hinduism 80496 UA: Other 80701 MK: Christianity - Orthodox 80702 MK: Christianity - Catholicism 80703 MK: Christianity - Protestantism Please specify 80704 MK: Islam - (IRC Islamic Religious Community in R. of Macedonia) 80705 MK: Islam - (CB - Community of Bectesh) 80706 MK: Christianity - Jehovah` witnesses 80707 MK: Hebrew 80708 MK: Buddhism 80709 MK: Scientology 80710 MK: Hare Krishna 80796 MK: Other 82601 GB-GBN: Roman Catholic 82602 GB-GBN: Church of England 82603 GB-GBN: Church of Scotland 82604 GB-GBN: Baptist 82605 GB-GBN: Methodist 82606 GB-GBN: Buddhist 82607 GB-GBN: Hindu 82608 GB-GBN: Jewish 82609 GB-GBN: Muslim 82610 GB-GBN: Sikh 82696 GB-GBN: Other 90901 GB-NIR: Christian - no denomination 90902 GB-NIR: Roman Catholic 90903 GB-NIR: Anglican / Church of Ireland / Episcopalian 90904 GB-NIR: Baptist 90905 GB-NIR: Methodist 90906 GB-NIR: Presbyterian 90907 GB-NIR: Free Presbyterian 90908 GB-NIR: Brethren 90909 GB-NIR: United Reform Church (URC) / Congregational 90910 GB-NIR: Hindu 90911 GB-NIR: Jew 90912 GB-NIR: Islam / Muslim 90913 GB-NIR: Sikh 90914 GB-NIR: Buddhist 90996 GB-NIR: Other
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# v108_cs:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


91501 RS-KM: Serbian orthodox 91502 RS-KM: Papist 91503 RS-KM: Muslim 91504 RS-KM: Jewish 91505 RS-KM: Reformist 91506 RS-KM: Evangelistical 91507 RS-KM: Slovak evangelistical 91508 RS-KM: Adventist 91509 RS-KM: Jehovah&#39;s witnesses 91510 RS-KM: Baptist 91511 RS-KM: Muslim (Sunni) 91512 RS-KM: Muslim Siiti 91513 RS-KM: Christian Orthodox 91514 RS-KM: Christian Catholic 91596 RS-KM: Other Note: Standardized country-specific variable containing country ISO 3166-1 identifier (CCC) and country-specific categories (religious denominations). This variable has been harmonized into v108. Kosovo: Computed from two different variables for Serbian and Albanian questionnaire (for futher details see original language documentation of the national dataset).

Value 801 802 803 804 805 806 807 896 3101 3102 3103 3104 3196 4001 4002 4003 4004 4005 4006 4007 4008 4009 4010 4011 4012 4096 5101 5102 5103

Label AL: Muslim (Sunni) AL: Muslim Siiti AL: Christian Orthodox AL: Christian Catholic AL: Evangelistical AL: Baptist AL: Jehovah's witnesses AL: Other AZ: Islam AZ: Orthodoxy AZ: Judaism AZ: (Roman) Catholicism AZ: Other AT: Roman catholic AT: Protestant (without independent churches) AT: Independent church AT: Orthodox/greek-oriental orthodox AT: Non-roman catholic (e.g. greek-catholic) AT: Old catholic AT: Other christian denomination AT: Jewish AT: Moslem AT: Buddhist AT: Hindu AT: Jehovahs Witnesses AT: Other AM: Armenian Apostolic Church AM: Orthodox AM: Catholic
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 5104 5105 5106 5107 5108 5109 5110 5118 5196 5601 5602 5603 5604 5605 5606 5607 5696 7001 7002 7003 7004 7005 7006 7007 7008 7009 7010 7096 10001 10002 10003 10004 10005 10006 10096 11201 11202 11203 11204 11205 11206 11207 11208

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label AM: Protestant AM: Muslim AM: Yezidian AM: Wintness of juhova AM: Evangelical AM: Mormon AM: Krishna AM: The fifty's AM: Other BE: Roman Catholic Church BE: Protestant Church in Belgium BE: Evangelic Christians BE: Anglican Church BE: Orthodox Church BE: Jewish Church BE: Islamic religion BE: Other BA: Serbian ortodox BA: Roman Catholic BA: Muslim BA: Jewish BA: Reformist BA: Evangelistical BA: Slovak evangelistical BA: Adventist BA: Jehovah's witnesses BA: Baptist BA: Other BG: Orthodox BG: Muslim BG: Catholic BG: Protestant BG: Jewish BG: Buddhist BG: Other BY: Orthodox Church BY: Christians of Evangelical Belief (pentecostals) BY: Roman Catholic Church BY: Evangelical Christian Baptists BY: Seventh-Day Adventists BY: Christians of the Whole Gospel BY: Old Believers Church BY: Judaic religion (Judaism)
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 11209 11210 11211 11212 11213 11214 11296 19101 19102 19103 19104 19105 19106 19107 19108 19109 19110 19196 19601 19602 19603 19604 19605 19606 19696 19701 19702 19703 19704 19705 19706 19707 19796 20301 20302 20303 20304 20305 20306 20307 20308 20309 20310

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label BY: Lutheran Church BY: Jehovah's Witnesses BY: Moslem religion (Islam) BY: New Apostolic Church BY: Progressive Judaism BY: Greek Catholic Church (uniats) BY: Other HR: The Roman Catholic Church HR: The Greek-Catholic Church HR: The Serbian Orthodox Church HR: The Jewish Community of Zagreb HR: The Evangelic Church HR: The evangelical Church in Croatia (Pentecostal) HR: Union of Baptists Churches in the Republic of Croatian HR: Croatian Slovenian Conference of the Seventh Day HR: Jehovahs Witnesses HR: Muslim (Islamic Community in Croatia) HR: Other CY: Christian Orthodox CY: Catholics CY: Protestants CY: Christians of the Armenian Church CY: Muslims CY: Buddhists CY: Other CY-TCC: Muslim CY-TCC: Jewish CY-TCC: Armenian CY-TCC: Greek Orthodox CY-TCC: Maronite CY-TCC: Protestant CY-TCC: Catholic CY-TCC: Other CZ: Catholic (Roman) CZ: Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren CZ: Evangelic (Hussite Church) CZ: Evangelic - generally CZ: Jewish CZ: Muslim CZ: Greek Catholic CZ: Jehova's Witnesses CZ: Orthodox Christian religion CZ: Other Christian Church
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 20311 20396 20801 20802 20803 20804 20805 20806 20807 20896 23301 23302 23303 23304 23305 23306 23396 24601 24602 24603 24604 24605 24606 24607 24608 24696 25001 25002 25003 25004 25005 25006 25007 25017 25096 26801 26802 26803 26804 26805 26806 26807 26808

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label CZ: Other Church CZ: Other DK: Roman Catholic DK: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark DK: Jehovahs Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists etc. DK: Jewish DK: Muslim DK: Hindu DK: Buddhist DK: Other EE: Lutheran EE: Orthodox (Russian, Moscow) EE: Orthodox (Constantinople) EE: Catholic EE: Judaist EE: Moslem EE: Other FI: Evangelical Lutheran Church FI: Orthodox Church FI: Roman Catholic Church FI: Pentecostal Church FI: Free Church FI: Jehovah's Witness FI: Judaism FI: Islam FI: Other FR: Catholique FR: Protestante FR: Juive FR: Musulmane FR: Hindoue FR: Bouddhiste FR: Orthodoxe FR: Tmoin de Jhova FR: Une autre religion GE: Orthodox GE: Catholic GE: Gregorian/Armenian Apostolic GE: Protestant GE: Jewish GE: Muslim GE: Jehovah witness GE: Sun-cult
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 26809 26896 27601 27602 27603 27604 27605 27606 27696 30001 30002 30003 30004 30005 30006 30007 30096 34801 34802 34803 34804 34805 34806 34807 34808 34809 34896 35201 35202 35203 35204 35205 35206 35207 35208 35209 35210 35211 35212 35213 35296 37201 37202

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label GE: Baptist GE: Other DE: Roman Catholic Church DE: Protestant Church without Free Churches DE: Protestant Free Churches DE: Greek-Orthodox Church DE: Russian-Orthodox Church DE: Muslim DE: Other GR: Christian Orthodox GR: Catholics GR: Protestants GR: Christians of the Armenian denomination GR: Muslims GR: Believing in the 12 Greek Gods of acient Greece GR: Buddhist GR: Other HU: Roman Catholic HU: Greek Catholic, Armenian Catholic HU: Calvinist HU: Lutheran HU: Orthodox HU: Jewish HU: Faith Church HU: Witnesses of Jehova HU: Krishna Consciousness HU: Other IS: Lutheran Church of Iceland IS: Roman Catholic Church IS: Reykjavik Independent Church IS: Reykjavik Free Church IS: Hafnarfjrur Free Church IS: Pentecostal Church IS: Jehova's Witnesses IS: Bah'i Community IS: Asa Faith Society IS: The Cross IS: The Way, Free Church IS: Buddhist Association of Iceland IS: Muslim Association of Iceland IS: Other IE: Roman Catholic IE: Church of Ireland
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 37203 37204 37205 37206 37207 37296 38001 38002 38003 38004 38005 38006 38007 38008 38096 42801 42802 42803 42804 42805 42806 42807 42808 42896 44001 44002 44003 44004 44005 44006 44007 44096 44201 44202 44203 44204 44205 44206 44207 44208 44209 44296 47001

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label IE: Presbyterian IE: Methodist IE: Orthodox IE: Jewish IE: Muslim IE: Other IT: Cattolica romana IT: Testimoni di Geova IT: Denom. protestanti IT: Chiese ortodosse IT: Musulmana IT: Induista IT: Buddista IT: Ebraica IT: Other LV: Catholic LV: Lutheran LV: Orthodox LV: Baptist LV: Old believers LV: Pentacostal church LV: Seventh day adventist LV: Methodist church LV: Other LT: Catholic LT: Orthodox LT: Old Believers LT: Evangelical Lutherans LT: Evangelical Reformats LT: Judaism LT: Islam/Muslim LT: Other LU: Anglican LU: Baha'i LU: Catholic LU: Jewish LU: Muslim LU: New-apostolic church LU: Orthodox LU: Protestant LU: Jehovah witnesses LU: Other MT: Roman Catholic
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 47002 47003 47004 47005 47006 47007 47008 47011 47096 49801 49802 49803 49804 49805 49896 49901 49902 49903 49904 49905 49906 49907 49996 52801 52802 52803 52804 52805 52806 52807 52808 52809 52810 52896 57801 57802 57803 57804 57805 57806 57807 57808 57896

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label MT: Church of England MT: Free Church / Non-Conformist / Evangelical MT: Jewish MT: Muslim MT: Hindu MT: Buddhist MT: Orthodox MT: Unification Church MT: Other MD: Orthodox 'old style' MD: Orthodox 'new style' MD: Catholic MD: Protestant MD: Jewish MD: Other ME: Islamic ME: Judaism ME: Catholic ME: Serbian Orthodox ME: Protestant ME: Pro-oriental cults ME: Montenegrin Orthodox ME: Other NL: Rooms Katholiek NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Hervormd) NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Gereformeerd) NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (voorheen Luthers) NL: Protestantse Kerk Nederland (niet nader gespecificeerd) NL: Overig Protestant NL: Islam NL: Jodendom NL: Hindoesme NL: Boeddhisme NL: Other NO: The Roman-Catholic Church NO: The Church of Norway NO: The Orthodox Church, Russian, Greek or other NO: Judaism NO: Islam NO: Hinduism NO: Buddhism NO: Free churches, Protestant church societies not part of t NO: Other
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 61601 61602 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61608 61609 61610 61696 62001 62002 62003 62004 62005 62096 64201 64202 64203 64204 64205 64206 64207 64296 64301 64302 64303 64304 64305 64306 64307 64396 68801 68802 68803 68804 68805 68806 68807 68808 68809 68810

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label PL: Roman-catholic PL: Orthodox PL: Jehovas Witness PL: Protestant PL: Evangelical PL: Greek-Catholic PL: Old-catholic PL: Jewish PL: Muslim PL: Buddhism PL: Other PT: Catholic PT: Protestant PT: Islamic PT: Hindu PT: Jewish PT: Other RO: Orthodox Church RO: Greek Catholic Church RO: Roman Catholic Church RO: Protestant Church RO: Jew RO: Muslims RO: New Protestant Churches (Adventist, Baptist, Jehova Whit RO: Other RU: Orthodoxy RU: Catholicism RU: Protestantism RU: Islam RU: Judaism RU: Buddhism RU: Hinduism RU: Other RS: Serbian ortodox RS: Roman Catholic RS: Muslim RS: Jewish RS: Reformist RS: Evangelistical RS: Slovak evangelistical RS: Adventist RS: Jehovah's witnesses RS: Baptist
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 68896 70301 70302 70303 70304 70305 70306 70307 70308 70309 70310 70311 70312 70396 70501 70502 70503 70504 70505 70509 70596 72401 72402 72403 72404 72405 72406 72407 72408 72409 72410 72411 72412 72413 72414 72496 75201 75202 75203 75204 75205 75206 75207

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label RS: Other SK: Roman catholic SK: Lutheran SK: Greek Catholic SK: Calvinist (Reform protestant) SK: Orthodox SK: Jehovah Witnesses SK: Jew SK: Other Protestant SK: Other Christian SK: Muslim SK: Buddhist SK: Hindu SK: Other SI: Roman catholic SI: Protestant SI: Orthodox SI: Other christian SI: Islam SI: Other eastern SI: Other ES: Christian - no denomination ES: Roman Catholic ES: Greek or Russian Orthodox ES: Protestant (no further detail) ES: Church of England / Anglican ES: Baptist ES: Methodist ES: Presbyterian / Church of Scotland ES: United Reform Church / Congregational ES: Free Presbyterian ES: Hindu ES: Buddhist ES: Jewish ES: Islam / Muslim ES: Other SE: Swedish Church SE: Catholic Church SE: An Orthodox church or congregation (Russian, Greek or ot SE: Any independent church, Protestant (not Swedish Church) SE: Jewish congregation SE: Islamic community SE: Hindu community
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 75208 75296 75601 75602 75603 75604 75605 75606 75607 75608 75696 79201 79202 79203 79204 79296 80401 80402 80403 80404 80405 80406 80407 80408 80409 80410 80411 80412 80413 80414 80415 80496 80701 80702 80703 80704 80705 80706 80707 80708 80709 80710 80796

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label SE: Buddhist community SE: Other CH: Protestant reformed CH: Roman Catholic CH: Christian Catholic CH: Orthodox (greek, russian Church) CH: Jewish CH: Islamic CH: Buddhist CH: Hinduhist CH: Other TR: Muslim TR: Jew TR: Gregorian (Armenian) TR: Greek Orthodox TR: Other UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Moscow Patriarchy UA: Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Kyiv Patriarchy UA: Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church UA: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church UA: Rome Catholic Church UA: Evangelic Christians-Baptists UA: Christians of Evangelic Faith UA: The Seventh Day Adventists UA: Evangelics UA: Charismatics UA: Jehovah's Witnesses UA: Judaism UA: Islam UA: Buddhism UA: Hinduism UA: Other MK: Christianity - Orthodox MK: Christianity - Catholicism MK: Christianity - Protestantism Please specify MK: Islam - (IRC Islamic Religious Community in R. of Macedo MK: Islam - (CB - Community of Bectesh) MK: Christianity - Jehovah` witnesses MK: Hebrew MK: Buddhism MK: Scientology MK: Hare Krishna MK: Other
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value 82601 82602 82603 82604 82605 82606 82607 82608 82609 82610 82696 90901 90902 90903 90904 90905 90906 90907 90908 90909 90910 90911 90912 90913 90914 90996 91501 91502 91503 91504 91505 91506 91507 91508 91509 91510 91511 91512 91513 91514 91596 -5 -4

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label GB-GBN: Roman Catholic GB-GBN: Church of England GB-GBN: Church of Scotland GB-GBN: Baptist GB-GBN: Methodist GB-GBN: Buddhist GB-GBN: Hindu GB-GBN: Jewish GB-GBN: Muslim GB-GBN: Sikh GB-GBN: Other GB-NIR: Christian - no denomination GB-NIR: Roman Catholic GB-NIR: Anglican / Church of Ireland / Episcopalian GB-NIR: Baptist GB-NIR: Methodist GB-NIR: Presbyterian GB-NIR: Free Presbyterian GB-NIR: Brethren GB-NIR: United Reform Church (URC) / Congregational GB-NIR: Hindu GB-NIR: Jew GB-NIR: Islam / Muslim GB-NIR: Sikh GB-NIR: Buddhist GB-NIR: Other RS-KM: Serbian orthodox RS-KM: Papist RS-KM: Muslim RS-KM: Jewish RS-KM: Reformist RS-KM: Evangelistical RS-KM: Slovak evangelistical RS-KM: Adventist RS-KM: Jehovah's witnesses RS-KM: Baptist RS-KM: Muslim (Sunni) RS-KM: Muslim Siiti RS-KM: Christian Orthodox RS-KM: Christian Catholic RS-KM: Other other missing question not asked
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Cases

Percentage

# v108_cs: Value -3 -2 -1 # v109:

did you belong to a religious denomination (Q24a)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how often attend religious services (Q25)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-7] [Missing=*] [Valid=66960 /-] [Invalid=826 /-] Q25 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 25 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Apart from weddings, funerals and christenings, about how often do you attend religious services these days? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 more than once a week 2 once a week 3 once a month 4 only on specific holy days 5 once a year 6 less often 7 never, practically never Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories, interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v181), WVS 2000 (v185). Label more than once week once a week once a month only on specific holy days once a year less often never, practically never other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v110:

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how often attend religious services 12 years old (Q26)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-7] [Missing=*] [Valid=65105 /-] [Invalid=2681 /-] Q26 &#60;SHOW CARD 26 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Apart from weddings, funerals and christenings, about how often did you attend religious services when you were 12 years old? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

# v110:

how often attend religious services 12 years old (Q26)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 more than once a week 2 once a week 3 once a month 4 only on specific holy days 5 once a year 6 less often 7 never, practically never Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories, interviewer instruction).

Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v111:

Label more than once week once a week once a month only on specific holy days once a year less often never, practically never other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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religious service important: birth (Q27A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64336 /-] [Invalid=3450 /-] Q27 Do you personally think it is important to hold a religious service for any of the following events? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q27.A Birth -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2

Cases

Percentage

# v111: Value -1 # v112:

religious service important: birth (Q27A)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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religious service important: marriage (Q27B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64423 /-] [Invalid=3363 /-] Q27 Do you personally think it is important to hold a religious service for any of the following events? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q27.B Marriage -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v113:

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religious service important: death (Q27C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64813 /-] [Invalid=2973 /-] Q27 Do you personally think it is important to hold a religious service for any of the following events? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q27.C Death -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label no
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religious service important: death (Q27C)


Label yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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are you a religious person (Q28)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=64282 /-] [Invalid=3504 /-] Q28 Independently of whether you go to church or not, would you say you are ... &#60;READ OUT EACH ITEM CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a religious person 2 not a religious person 3 a convinced atheist Northern Cyprus: Incomparable response categories. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. For variation of this question see NCY01 in national dataset. For more detailed information on translation problems please see: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v182), WVS 2000 (v186). Label religious person not religious person convinced atheist other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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church answers to: moral problems (Q29A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=58141 /-] [Invalid=9645 /-] Q29 &#60;FOR THOSE BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR A RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY; ASK YOUR CHURCH/ RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY (IF Q23=1)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that your church is giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;FOR THOSE NOT BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY ASK: THE CHURCHES (IF Q23=2)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that the churches are giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q29.A The moral problems and needs of the individual -5 other missing
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church answers to: moral problems (Q29A)


-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v187).

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church answers to: family life problems (Q29B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=58323 /-] [Invalid=9463 /-] Q29 &#60;FOR THOSE BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR A RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY; ASK YOUR CHURCH/ RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY (IF Q23=1)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that your church is giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;FOR THOSE NOT BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY ASK: THE CHURCHES (IF Q23=2)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that the churches are giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q29.B The problems of family life -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v188). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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church answers to: spiritual needs (Q29C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=59248 /-] [Invalid=8538 /-] Q29 &#60;FOR THOSE BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR A RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY; ASK YOUR CHURCH/ RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY (IF Q23=1)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that your church is giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;FOR THOSE NOT BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY ASK: THE CHURCHES (IF Q23=2)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that the churches are giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q29.C Peoples spiritual needs -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v189). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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church answers to: social problems (Q29D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=57165 /-] [Invalid=10621 /-] Q29 &#60;FOR THOSE BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR A RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY; ASK YOUR CHURCH/ RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY (IF Q23=1)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that your church is giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;FOR THOSE NOT BELONGING TO A CHURCH OR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY ASK: THE CHURCHES (IF Q23=2)&#62; Generally speaking, do you think that the churches are giving, in your country, adequate answers to ... &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q29.D The social problems facing our country today -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v190).
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church answers to: social problems (Q29D)


Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you believe in: God (Q30A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63320 /-] [Invalid=4466 /-] Q30 Which, if any, of the following do you believe in? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q30.A God -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v183), WVS 2000 (v191). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you believe in: life after death (Q30B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=57475 /-] [Invalid=10311 /-] Q30 Which, if any, of the following do you believe in? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q30.B Life after death -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes
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do you believe in: life after death (Q30B)


Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v184), WVS 2000 (v192).

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do you believe in: hell (Q30C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=58618 /-] [Invalid=9168 /-] Q30 Which, if any, of the following do you believe in? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q30.C Hell -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v187), WVS 2000 (v194). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you believe in: heaven (Q30D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=58662 /-] [Invalid=9124 /-] Q30 Which, if any, of the following do you believe in? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q30.D Heaven -5 other missing
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do you believe in: heaven (Q30D)


-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v188), WVS 2000 (v195).

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do you believe in: sin (Q30E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=61113 /-] [Invalid=6673 /-] Q30 Which, if any, of the following do you believe in? &#60;READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Q30.E Sin -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v189). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you believe in: re-incarnation (Q31)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=58132 /-] [Invalid=9654 /-]
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do you believe in: re-incarnation (Q31)


Q31 Do you believe in re-incarnation, that is, that we are born into this world again? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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which statement closest to your beliefs (Q32)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65097 /-] [Invalid=2689 /-] Q32 &#60;SHOW CARD 32 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Which of these statements comes closest to your beliefs? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 there is a personal God 2 there is some sort of spirit or life force 3 I dont really know what to think 4 I dont really think there is any sort of spirit, God or life force Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label personal God spirit or life force dont know what to think no spirit, God or life force other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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own way of connecting with the divine (Q33)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=61972 /-] [Invalid=5814 /-] Q33 &#60;SHOW CARD 33&#62; Please choose a number on the card to describe how true this statement is for you? I have my own way of connecting with the Divine without churches or religious services. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 not at all 2 3 4 5 very much Label not at all very much other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how spiritual are you (Q34)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65782 /-] [Invalid=2004 /-] Q34 &#60;SHOW CARD 34&#62; Whether or not you think of yourself as a religious person, how spiritual would you say you are, that is how strongly are you interested in the sacred or the supernatural? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very interested 2 somewhat interested 3 not very interested 4 not at all interested Label very interested somewhat interested not very interested not at all interested other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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only one true religion or no religion offers any truths (Q35)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=61809 /-] [Invalid=5977 /-] Q35 &#60;SHOW CARD 35 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; These are statements one sometimes hears. Please choose the statement that best describes your view? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 there is only one true religion 2 there is only one true religion, but other religions do contain some basic truths as well 3 there is not one true religion, but all great world religions contain some basic truths 4 none of the great religions have any truths to offer Label only one true religion only one true religion but others contain some truths too no true religion, all contain some basic truths none of the religions offer any truths other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how important is God in your life (Q36)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65543 /-] [Invalid=2243 /-] Q36 &#60;SHOW CARD 36&#62; And how important is God in your life? Please use this card to indicate - 10 means very important and 1 means not at all important. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 not at all important 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v190), WVS 2000 (v196). Label not at all very other missing
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how important is God in your life (Q36)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you get comfort and strength from religion (Q37)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=62587 /-] [Invalid=5199 /-] Q37 Do you find that you get comfort and strength from religion or not? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v191), WVS 2000 (v197). Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you take moments of prayer/meditation (Q38)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=65603 /-] [Invalid=2183 /-] Q38 Do you take some moments of prayer, meditation or contemplation or something like that? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v198). Label yes no other missing question not asked
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do you take moments of prayer/meditation (Q38)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how often do you pray to God outside religious services (Q39)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-7] [Missing=*] [Valid=65166 /-] [Invalid=2620 /-] Q39 &#60;SHOW CARD 39 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; How often do you pray to God outside of religious services? Would you say .... -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 every day 2 more than once a week 3 once a week 4 at least once a month 5 several times a year 6 less often 7 never Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v199). Label every day more than once week once a week at least once a month several times a year less often never other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you believe that lucky charm protects (Q40)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=64233 /-] [Invalid=3553 /-] Q40 &#60;SHOW CARD 40&#62; Do you believe that a lucky charm such as a mascot or a talisman can protect or help you? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know
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do you believe that lucky charm protects (Q40)


1 definitely not 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 definitely yes Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).

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Label definitely not definitely yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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politicians and God (Q41A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=63649 /-] [Invalid=4137 /-] Q41 &#60;SHOW CARD 41 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; How much do you agree or disagree with each of the following: Q41.A Politicians who do not believe in God are unfit for public office -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v200). Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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religious leaders and influence government decisions (Q41B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=63578 /-] [Invalid=4208 /-] Q41 &#60;SHOW CARD 41 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; How much do you agree or disagree with each of the following: Q41.B Religious leaders should not influence government decisions -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v203). Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: faithfulness (Q42A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67272 /-] [Invalid=514 /-] THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS ARE ABOUT FAMILY LIFE AND MARRIAGE Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.A Faithfulness -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: adequate income (Q42B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67242 /-] [Invalid=544 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.B An adequate income -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: adequate income (Q42B)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: same social background (Q42C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=66319 /-] [Invalid=1467 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.C Being of the same social background -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: shared religious beliefs (Q42D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65956 /-] [Invalid=1830 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.D Shared religious beliefs -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).
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important in marriage: shared religious beliefs (Q42D)


Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: good housing (Q42E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67086 /-] [Invalid=700 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.E Good housing -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: agreement on politics (Q42F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65770 /-] [Invalid=2016 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.F Agreement on politics -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer
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important in marriage: agreement on politics (Q42F)


-1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

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Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in marriage: live apart from in-laws (Q42G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65901 /-] [Invalid=1885 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.G Living apart from your in-laws -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: happy sexual relationship (Q42H)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65944 /-] [Invalid=1842 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62;
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important in marriage: happy sexual relationship (Q42H)


Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.H Happy sexual relationship -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

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Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important in marriage: share household chores (Q42I)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=66804 /-] [Invalid=982 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.I Sharing household chores -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: children (Q42J)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=66699 /-] [Invalid=1087 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.J Children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: discuss problems (Q42K)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67058 /-] [Invalid=728 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.K Being willing to discuss the problems that come up between husband and wife -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked
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important in marriage: discuss problems (Q42K)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important in marriage: time for friends and personal hobbies (Q42L)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=66623 /-] [Invalid=1163 /-] Q42 &#60;SHOW CARD 42 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here is a list of things which some people think make for a successful marriage. Please tell me, for each one, whether you think it is very important, rather important or not very important for a successful marriage? Q42.L Having some time for ones own friends and for personal hobbies/activities -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 rather important 3 not very important Label very important rather important not very important other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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children need both parents to grow up happily (Q43)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=65983 /-] [Invalid=1803 /-] Q43 If someone says a child needs a home with both a father and a mother to grow up happily, would you tend to agree or disagree? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 tend to agree 2 tend to disagree Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v92), WVS 2000 (v109). Label tend to agree tend to disagree other missing
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children need both parents to grow up happily (Q43)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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women need children in order to be fulfilled (Q44)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=63732 /-] [Invalid=4054 /-] Q44 Do you think that a woman has to have children in order to be fulfilled or is this not necessary? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 needs children 2 not necessary Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v93), WVS 2000 (v110). Label needs children not necessary other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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marriage is outdated (Q45)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=64401 /-] [Invalid=3385 /-] Q45 Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: Marriage is an outdated institution? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree 2 disagree Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v94), WVS 2000 (v111). Label agree disagree other missing question not asked
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marriage is outdated (Q45)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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woman single parent, no stable relationship with man (Q46)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=65541 /-] [Invalid=2245 /-] Q46 If a woman wants to have a child as a single parent, but she doesnt want to have a stable relationship with a man, do you approve or disapprove? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 approve 2 disapprove 3 depends (spontaneous) Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v96), WVS 2000 (v112). Label approve disapprove depends other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v152:

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men need children in order to be fulfilled (Q47A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=65985 /-] [Invalid=1801 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.A A man has to have children in order to be fulfilled -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

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men need children in order to be fulfilled (Q47A)


Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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long-term relationship necessary to be happy (Q47B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66706 /-] [Invalid=1080 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.B A marriage or a long-term stable relationship is necessary to be happy -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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homosexual couples - adopt children


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=63633 /-] [Invalid=4153 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62;
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homosexual couples - adopt children


How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.C Homosexual couples should be able to adopt children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Hungary, Spain: Statement in Field Questionnaire deviated from Master Questionnaire. Instead of &#39;Homosexual couples should be able to adopt children&#39; (MQ) it was stated &#39;Homosexual couples should not be able to adopt children&#39; (FQ). Variable was recoded into inversed order. For more detailed information on translation problems please see: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/

Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v155:

Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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It is alright to live together without getting married (Q47D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66374 /-] [Invalid=1412 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.D It is alright for two people to live together without getting married -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing Cases Percentage

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It is alright to live together without getting married (Q47D)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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duty towards society to have children (Q47E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66113 /-] [Invalid=1673 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.E It is a duty towards society to have children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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people should decide themselves to have children (Q47F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=67009 /-] [Invalid=777 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.F People should decide for themselves whether to have children or not -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly
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people should decide themselves to have children (Q47F)


Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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It is childs duty to take care of ill parent (Q47G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66573 /-] [Invalid=1213 /-] Q47 &#60;SHOW CARD 47 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; How would you feel about the following statements? Do you agree or disagree with them? Q47.G When a parent is seriously ill or fragile, it is mainly the adult childs duty to take care of him/her -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v159:

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working mother warm relationship with children (Q48A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65643 /-] [Invalid=2143 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card.
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working mother warm relationship with children (Q48A)


Q48.A A working mother can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v98), WVS 2000 (v115).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v160:

Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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pre-school child suffers with working mother (Q48B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64571 /-] [Invalid=3215 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.B A pre-school child is likely to suffer if his or her mother works -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable
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# v160: Value -2 -1 # v161:

pre-school child suffers with working mother (Q48B)


Label no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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women really want home and children (Q48C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=62863 /-] [Invalid=4923 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.C A job is alright but what most women really want is a home and children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v162:

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being housewife as fulfilling as paid job (Q48D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=62137 /-] [Invalid=5649 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.D Being a housewife is just as fulfilling as working for pay -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).
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being housewife as fulfilling as paid job (Q48D)


(Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v99), WVS 2000 (v116).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v163:

Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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job best way for independence women (Q48E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64295 /-] [Invalid=3491 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.E Having a job is the best way for a woman to be an independent person -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v164:

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husband+wife contribute to household income (Q48F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65542 /-] [Invalid=2244 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62;
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husband+wife contribute to household income (Q48F)


People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.F Both the husband and wife should contribute to household income -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v100), WVS 2000 (v117).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v165:

Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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fathers as well suited to look after children as mothers (Q48G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65492 /-] [Invalid=2294 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.G In general, fathers are as well suited to look after their children as mothers -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked
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fathers as well suited to look after children as mothers (Q48G)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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men should take the same responsibility for home and children (Q48H)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66288 /-] [Invalid=1498 /-] Q48 &#60;SHOW CARD 48 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; People talk about the changing roles of men and women today. For each of the following statements I read out, can you tell me how much you agree with each. Please use the responses on this card. Q48.H Men should take as much responsibility as women for the home and children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Comparable questions: ESS-R2 (G7). (Differences: number of response categories is different) Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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love and respect parents always/earned (Q49)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=64954 /-] [Invalid=2832 /-] Q49 &#60;SHOW CARD 49 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Which of these two statements do you tend to agree with? A: Regardless of what the qualities and faults of ones parents are, one must always love and respect them; B: One does not have the duty to respect and love parents who have not earned it by their behaviour and attitudes -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 tend to agree with statement A 2 tend to agree with statement B Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).
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love and respect parents always/earned (Q49)


Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v12), WVS 2000 (v13).

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v168:

Label always love parents parents have to earn respect other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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parents responsibilities to their children at expense of/not sacrifice own well-being (Q50)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=66178 /-] [Invalid=1608 /-] Q50 &#60;SHOW CARD 50 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Which of the following statements best describes your views about parents, responsibilities to their children? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 parents duty is to do their best for their children even at the expense of their own well-being 2 parents have a life of their own and should not be asked to sacrifice their own well-being for the sake of their children 3 neither (spontaneous) Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v13), WVS 2000 (v14). Label do utmost best for children no sacrifice of well-being neither other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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children responsibilities to their parents in need at expense of/not sacrifice own well-being (Q51)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=64995 /-] [Invalid=2791 /-] Q51 &#60;SHOW CARD 51 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Which of the following statements best describes your views about responsibilities of adult children towards their parents when their parents are in need of long-term care? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 adult children have the duty to provide long-term care for their parents even at the expense of their own well-being
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children responsibilities to their parents in need at expense of/not sacrifice own well-being (Q51)
2 adult children have a life of their own and should not be asked to sacrifice their own well-being for the sake of their parents 3 neither (spontaneous)

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v170:

Label duty to provide long-term care no sacrifice of well-being neither other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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learn children at home: good manners (Q52A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66125 /-] [Invalid=1661 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.A Good manners -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v14), WVS 2000 (iv15). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing
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learn children at home: good manners (Q52A)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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learn children at home: independence (Q52B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63631 /-] [Invalid=4155 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.B Independence -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v15), WVS 2000 (v15). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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learn children at home: hard work (Q52C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65226 /-] [Invalid=2560 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.C Hard work -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v16), WVS 2000 (v16). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v173:

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learn children at home: feeling of responsibility (Q52D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=65361 /-] [Invalid=2425 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.D Feeling of responsibility -5 other missing
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# v173:

learn children at home: feeling of responsibility (Q52D)


-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v17), WVS 2000 (v17).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v174:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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learn children at home: imagination (Q52E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=62983 /-] [Invalid=4803 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.E Imagination -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are:
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# v174:

learn children at home: imagination (Q52E)


1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v18), WVS 2000 (v18).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v175:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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learn children at home: tolerance+respect (Q52F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=64554 /-] [Invalid=3232 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.F Tolerance and respect for other people -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey:
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# v175:

learn children at home: tolerance+respect (Q52F)


Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v19), WVS 2000 (v19).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v176:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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learn children at home: thrift (Q52G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63771 /-] [Invalid=4015 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.G Thrift, saving money and things -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v20), WVS 2000 (v20). Label
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# v176: Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v177:

learn children at home: thrift (Q52G)


Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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learn children at home: determination, perseverance (Q52H)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63369 /-] [Invalid=4417 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.H Determination, perseverance -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;dk&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v21), WVS 2000 (v21). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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# v177: Value -1 # v178:

learn children at home: determination, perseverance (Q52H)


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learn children at home: religious faith (Q52I)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63633 /-] [Invalid=4153 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.I Religious faith -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v22), WVS 2000 (v22). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v179:

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learn children at home: unselfishness (Q52J)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63021 /-] [Invalid=4765 /-] Q52
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# v179:

learn children at home: unselfishness (Q52J)


&#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.J Unselfishness -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v23), WVS 2000 (v23).

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # f180:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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flag variable: learn children at home (Q52)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for variables v170 to v180. If respondent named more than the allowed 5 qualities. if v170 to v180=1 &#62; 5 then f180=1 0 Limitation followed 1 Limitation ignored Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report. Label Limitation followed
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# f180: Value 1 # v180:

flag variable: learn children at home (Q52)


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learn children at home: obedience (Q52K)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=63448 /-] [Invalid=4338 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; Q52.K Obedience -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. Original data set included system missings in v170-v181. For the integrated data set they were recoded to -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v24), WVS 2000 (v24). Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # f181:

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flag variable: learn children at home: none (Q52)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-8] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable:
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# f181:

flag variable: learn children at home: none (Q52)


Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v170 to v180. Inconsistent 1 If respondent mentiones at least one quality and &#34;none&#34;. if v181=1 and any of v170 to v180=1 then f181=1 Inconsistent 2 If respondent does not know for at least one quality whether it is important and mentiones &#34;none&#34;. if v181=1 and none of v170 to v180=1 and any of v170 to v180=-1 then f181=2 Inconsistent 3 If respondent does not know for at least one quality whether it is important and does not mention &#34;none&#34;. if v181=2 and none of v170 to v180=1 and any of v170 to v180=-1 then f181=3 Inconsistent 4 If respondent does not mention any quality and does not mention &#34;none&#34;. if v181=2 and all of v170 to v180=2 then f181=4 Inconsistent 5 If respondent mentions at least one quality and does not know whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v181=-1 and any of v170 to v180=1 then f181=5 Inconsistent 6 If respondent does not mention any quality and does not know whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v181=-1 and all of v170 to v180=2 then f181=6 Inconsistent 7 If respondent mentions at least one quality and does not answer whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v181=-2 and any of v170 to v180=1 then f181=7 Inconsistent 8 If respondent does not mention any quality and does not answer whether &#34;none&#34; is important. if v181=-2 and all of v170 to v180=2 then f181=8 Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report.

Value 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 # v181:

Label consistent inconsistent 1 inconsistent 2 inconsistent 3 inconsistent 4 inconsistent 5 inconsistent 6 inconsistent 7 inconsistent 8

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learn children at home: none (Q52)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=59763 /-] [Invalid=8023 /-] Q52 &#60;SHOW CARD 52&#62; Here is a list of qualities which children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important? Please choose up to five! &#60;CODE NOT MORE THAN FIVE!&#62; None (spontaneous) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 not mentioned 1 mentioned Note: Multiple response questions are split into a set of dichotomized variables (1 mentioned, 0 not mentioned) which represent each of the original categories and are identified by the respective original category code as question number suffix. Please see flag variables f180 and f181 which indicate inconsistencies for variables v170 to v181. Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are:
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learn children at home: none (Q52)


1. mentioned 2. not mentioned Denmark: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; was implemented as own variable (DK09 in Danish dataset). Variables of question Q52 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;don&#39;t know&#39;-variable. Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI03 in Finnish dataset). Variables of question Q6 were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Sweden: because Sweden used a postal questionnaire, the category &#39;None (spontaneous)&#39; was not included. Turkey: Deviation in response categories from master questionnaire as answer category 2 &#39;not mentioned&#39; was not included. System missing from original data set recoded to -5.

Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v184:

Label not mentioned mentioned other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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abortion if woman not married approve/disapprove (Q53A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=59524 /-] [Invalid=8262 /-] Q53 &#60;SHOW CARD 53 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Do you approve or disapprove of abortion under the following circumstances? Q53.A Where the woman is not married -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 disapprove 1 approve Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. approve 2. disapprove Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label disapprove approve other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

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# v185:

abortion if couple doesn't want more children (Q53B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=60713 /-] [Invalid=7073 /-] Q53 &#60;SHOW CARD 53 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Do you approve or disapprove of abortion under the following circumstances? Q53.B Where a married couple does not want to have any more children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 disapprove 1 approve Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. approve 2. disapprove Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label disapprove approve other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

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# v186:

how interested are you in politics (Q54)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=67081 /-] [Invalid=705 /-] NOW WE ARE GOING TO ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES Q54 &#60;SHOW CARD 54&#62; How interested would you say you are in politics? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very interested 2 somewhat interested 3 not very interested 4 not at all interested Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very interested somewhat interested not very interested not at all interested other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v187:

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signing a petition (Q55A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=63586 /-] [Invalid=4200 /-] Q55 &#60;SHOW CARD 55 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Now Id like you to look at this card. Im going to read out some different forms of political action that people can take, and Id like you to tell me, for each one, whether you have actually done any of these things, whether you might do it or would never, under any circumstances, do it. Q55.A Signing a petition -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 have done 2 might do 3 would never do Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v118), WVS 2000 (v134). Label have done might do would never do
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# v187: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v188:

signing a petition (Q55A)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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joining in boycotts (Q55B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=62447 /-] [Invalid=5339 /-] Q55 &#60;SHOW CARD 55 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Now Id like you to look at this card. Im going to read out some different forms of political action that people can take, and Id like you to tell me, for each one, whether you have actually done any of these things, whether you might do it or would never, under any circumstances, do it. Q55.B Joining in boycotts -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 have done 2 might do 3 would never do Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v119), WVS 2000 (v135). Label have done might do would never do other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v189:

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attending lawful demonstrations (Q55C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=63445 /-] [Invalid=4341 /-] Q55 &#60;SHOW CARD 55 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Now Id like you to look at this card. Im going to read out some different forms of political action that people can take, and Id like you to tell me, for each one, whether you have actually done any of these things, whether you might do it or would never, under any circumstances, do it. Q55.C Attending lawful demonstrations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 have done
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attending lawful demonstrations (Q55C)


2 might do 3 would never do Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v120), WVS 2000 (v136).

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v190:

Label have done might do would never do other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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joining unofficial strikes (Q55D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=62316 /-] [Invalid=5470 /-] Q55 &#60;SHOW CARD 55 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Now Id like you to look at this card. Im going to read out some different forms of political action that people can take, and Id like you to tell me, for each one, whether you have actually done any of these things, whether you might do it or would never, under any circumstances, do it. Q55.D Joining unofficial strikes -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 have done 2 might do 3 would never do Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v121), WVS 2000 (v137). Label have done might do would never do other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v191:

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occupying buildings/factories (Q55E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=62618 /-] [Invalid=5168 /-] Q55
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occupying buildings/factories (Q55E)


&#60;SHOW CARD 55 READ OUT CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Now Id like you to look at this card. Im going to read out some different forms of political action that people can take, and Id like you to tell me, for each one, whether you have actually done any of these things, whether you might do it or would never, under any circumstances, do it. Q55.E Occupying buildings or factories -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 have done 2 might do 3 would never do Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v122), WVS 2000 (v138).

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v192:

Label have done might do would never do other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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more important: freedom or equality (Q56)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=63973 /-] [Invalid=3813 /-] Q56 &#60;SHOW CARD 56 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Which of these two statements comes closest to your own opinion? A: I find that both freedom and equality are important. But if I were to choose one or the other, I would consider personal freedom more important, that is, everyone can live in freedom and develop without hindrance B: Certainly both freedom and equality are important. But if I were to choose one or the other, I would consider equality more important, that is, that nobody is underprivileged and that social class differences are not so strong -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree with statement A 2 agree with statement B 3 neither (spontaneous) Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label freedom above equality equality above freedom neither other missing question not asked not applicable
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# v192: Value -2 -1 # v193:

more important: freedom or equality (Q56)


Label no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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political view: left-right (Q57)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=50471 /-] [Invalid=17315 /-] Q57 &#60;SHOW CARD 57&#62; In political matters, people talk of the left and the the right. How would you place your views on this scale, generally speaking? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 left 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 right Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v123), WVS 2000 (v139). Label left right other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v194:

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individual-state responsibility for providing (Q58A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66073 /-] [Invalid=1713 /-] Q58A &#60;SHOW CARD 58 READ OUT&#62; On this card you see a number of opposite views on various issues. How would you place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 individuals should take more responsibility for providing for themselves 2 3 4 5 6
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individual-state responsibility for providing (Q58A)


7 8 9 10 the state should take more responsibility to ensure that everyone is provided for Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v127), WVS 2000 (v143). (Differences: Statements are turned around)

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v195:

Label individual responsibility state responsibility other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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take any job-right to refuse job when unemployed (Q58B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65895 /-] [Invalid=1891 /-] Q58B &#60;SHOW CARD 58 READ OUT&#62; On this card you see a number of opposite views on various issues. How would you place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 people who are unemployed should have to take any job available or lose their unemployment benefits 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 people who are unemployed should have the right to refuse a job they do not want Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Label unemployed take any job unemployed right to refuse a job other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v196:

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competition good-harmful for people (Q58C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*]
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# v196:

competition good-harmful for people (Q58C)


[Valid=64904 /-] [Invalid=2882 /-] Q58C &#60;SHOW CARD 58 READ OUT&#62; On this card you see a number of opposite views on various issues. How would you place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 competition is good. It stimulates people to work hard and develop new ideas 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 competition is harmful, it brings out the worst in people Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v128), WVS 2000 (v144). Label competition good competition harmful other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v197:

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state give more freedom to-control firms more effectively (Q58D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=63683 /-] [Invalid=4103 /-] Q58D &#60;SHOW CARD 58 READ OUT&#62; On this card you see a number of opposite views on various issues. How would you place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 the state should give more freedom to firms 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 the state should control firms more effectively Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Label
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state give more freedom to-control firms more effectively (Q58D)


Label state gives freedom to firms state control firms other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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equalize incomes-incentives for individual effort (Q58E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65489 /-] [Invalid=2297 /-] Q58E &#60;SHOW CARD 58 READ OUT&#62; On this card you see a number of opposite views on various issues. How would you place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 incomes should be made more equal 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 there should be greater incentives for individual effort Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v125), WVS 2000 (v141). Label incomes more equal incentives to individual efforts other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v199:

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private-government ownership business (Q58F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=61794 /-] [Invalid=5992 /-] Q58F &#60;SHOW CARD 58 READ OUT&#62; On this card you see a number of opposite views on various issues. How would you place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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# v199:

private-government ownership business (Q58F)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 private ownership of business and industry should be increased 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 government ownership of business and industry should be increased Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v126), WVS 2000 (v142).

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v200:

Label private ownership increased government ownership increased other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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opinion on society (Q59)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=60997 /-] [Invalid=6789 /-] Q59 &#60;SHOW CARD 59 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; On this card are three basic kinds of attitudes vis vis the society we live in. Please choose the one which best describes your own opinion. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 the entire way our society is organized must be radically changed by revolutionary action 2 our society must be gradually changed by reforms 3 our present society must be valiantly defended against all changes Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v124), WVS 2000 (v140). Label radically changed by revolutionary action gradually changed by reforms defended against all changes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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flag variable: aims of respondent: first/second choice (Q55/Q56)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v201/v202. If most important reason is identical with second most important reason. if v201 = v202 then f201=1 0 consistent 1 inconsistent Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report. Label consistent inconsistent Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 # v201:

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aims of this country-most important (Q60)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66226 /-] [Invalid=1560 /-] Q60 &#60;SHOW CARD 60 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY FOR Q60&#62; There is a lot of talk these days about what the aims of this country should be for the next ten years. On this card are listed some of the goals which different people would give top priority. If you had to choose, which of the things on this card would you say is most important? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 maintaining order in the nation 2 giving people more say in important government decisions 3 fighting rising prices 4 protecting freedom of speech Note: Please see flag variable f201 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v201/v202. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v106), WVS 2000 (v122). Label maintain order in nation more say important government decisions fighting rising prices protect freedom of speech other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v202:

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aims of this country-2nd most important (Q61)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64936 /-] [Invalid=2850 /-]

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# v202:

aims of this country-2nd most important (Q61)


[Q60: What would you say should be the most important aims of this country for the next ten years?] Q61 &#60;STILL KEEP SHOW CARD 60 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY FOR Q61&#62; And which would be the next most important? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 maintaining order in nation 2 giving people more say in important government decisions 3 fighting rising prices 4 protecting freedom of speech Note: Please see flag variable f201 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v201/v202. Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Cyprus, Northern Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine: Country specific filter (if v201 had no valid value, v202 was coded as 7 &#39;not applicable&#39;) was used that deviates from Master Questionnaire. Affected cases have been recoded from 7 &#39;not applicable&#39; into -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v107), WVS 2000 (v123). Label maintain order in nation more say important government decisions fighting rising prices protect freedom of speech other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Literal question

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v202_4: Information

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post-materialist index 4-item


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=64795 /-] [Invalid=2991 /-] Post-materialist index 4-item Source variables: v201, v202 [There is a lot of talk these days about what the aims of this country should be for the next ten years. On this card are listed some of the goals which different people would give top priority. If you had to choose, which of the things on this card would you say is most/second most important?] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 Materialist 2 Mixed 3 Postmaterialist Note: According to the choice of materialistic (1/1 or 3/3) or post-materialistic (2/2 or 4/4) aims in v201 and v202 respondents were coded as materialistic or post-materialistic persons. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).

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# v202_4: Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v203:

post-materialist index 4-item


Label Materialist Mixed Postmaterialist other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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good/bad: less emphasis on money (Q62A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=61198 /-] [Invalid=6588 /-] Q62 &#60;SHOW CARD 62 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here are two changes in our way of life that might take place in the near future. Please tell me for each one, if it were to happen whether you think it would be a good thing, a bad thing, or dont you mind? Q62.A Less emphasis on money and material possessions -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 good 2 bad 3 don&#39;t mind Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v111), WVS 2000 (v127). Label good bad dont mind other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v204:

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good/bad: more respect for authority (Q62B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=60355 /-] [Invalid=7431 /-] Q62 &#60;SHOW CARD 62 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Here are two changes in our way of life that might take place in the near future. Please tell me for each one, if it were to happen whether you think it would be a good thing, a bad thing, or dont you mind? Q62.B Greater respect for authority -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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# v204:

good/bad: more respect for authority (Q62B)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 good 2 bad 3 don&#39;t mind Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v114), WVS 2000 (v130).

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v205:

Label good bad dont mind other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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how much confidence in: church (Q63A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65309 /-] [Invalid=2477 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.A The church -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v135), WVS 2000 (v147). (Differences: In WVS &#34;churches&#34; instead of &#34;Church&#34;) Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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# v206:

how much confidence in: armed forces (Q63B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64790 /-] [Invalid=2996 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.B The armed forces -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v136), WVS 2000 (v148). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v207:

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how much confidence in: education system (Q63C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65479 /-] [Invalid=2307 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.C The education system -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label a great deal quite a lot
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# v207: Value 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v208:

how much confidence in: education system (Q63C)


Label not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: the press (Q63D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=65766 /-] [Invalid=2020 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.D The press -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v138), WVS 2000 (v149). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v209:

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how much confidence in: trade unions (Q63E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=61038 /-] [Invalid=6748 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.E Trade unions -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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how much confidence in: trade unions (Q63E)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v140), WVS 2000 (v151). (Differences: In WVS &#34;labor unions&#34; instead of &#34;trade unions&#34;)

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Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how much confidence in: the police (Q63F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66387 /-] [Invalid=1399 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.F The police -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v141), WVS 2000 (v152). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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how much confidence in: the police (Q63F) how much confidence in: parliament (Q63G)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64656 /-] [Invalid=3130 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.G Parliament -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v144), WVS 2000 (v155). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: civil service (Q63H)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64118 /-] [Invalid=3668 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.H Civil service -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v145), WVS 2000 (v156).

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how much confidence in: civil service (Q63H)


Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: social security system (Q63I)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64421 /-] [Invalid=3365 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.I The social security system -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: european union (Q63J)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=61552 /-] [Invalid=6234 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.J The European Union
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how much confidence in: european union (Q63J)


-5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v149), WVS 2000 (v160).

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Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how much confidence in: NATO (Q63K)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=59107 /-] [Invalid=8679 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.K NATO -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v161). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: NATO (Q63K)


Label no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: united nations organisation (Q63L)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=59304 /-] [Invalid=8482 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.L United Nations Organization -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v150), WVS 2000 (v162). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: health care system (Q63M)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66176 /-] [Invalid=1610 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.M Health care system -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability:
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how much confidence in: health care system (Q63M)


Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v218:

Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how much confidence in: justice system (Q63N)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64819 /-] [Invalid=2967 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.N The justice system -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v137). Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: major companies (Q63O)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=60539 /-] [Invalid=7247 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62;
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how much confidence in: major companies (Q63O)


Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.O Major companies -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v146), WVS 2000 (v157).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v220:

Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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how much confidence in: environmental organizations (Q63P)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=61596 /-] [Invalid=6190 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.P Environmental organizations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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how much confidence in: environmental organizations (Q63P)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: political parties (Q63Q)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64231 /-] [Invalid=3555 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.Q Political parties -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Label a great deal quite a lot not very much none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how much confidence in: government (Q63R)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64705 /-] [Invalid=3081 /-] Q63 &#60;SHOW CARD 63 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Please look at this card and tell me, for each item listed, how much confidence you have in them, is it a great deal, quite a lot, not very much or none at all? Q63.R Government -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a great deal 2 quite a lot 3 not very much 4 none at all Label a great deal quite a lot not very much
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how much confidence in: government (Q63R)


Label none at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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are you satisfied with democracy (Q64)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=63673 /-] [Invalid=4113 /-] Q64 &#60;SHOW CARD 64&#62; On the whole are you very satisfied, rather satisfied, not very satisfied or not at all satisfied with the way democracy is developing in our country? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very satisfied 2 rather satisfied 3 not very satisfied 4 not at all satisfied Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (E167), WVS 2000 (v168). Label very satisfied rather satisfied not very satisfied not at all satisfied other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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view government: very bad-very good (Q65)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=64642 /-] [Invalid=3144 /-] Q65 &#60;SHOW CARD 65&#62; People have different views about the system for governing this country. Here is a scale for rating how well things are going: 1 means very bad; 10 means very good -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very bad 2
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view government: very bad-very good (Q65)


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 very good Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v152), WVS 2000 (v163A).

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v225:

Label very bad very good other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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political system: strong leader (Q66A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=60432 /-] [Invalid=7354 /-] Q66 &#60;SHOW CARD 66 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing this country. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing this country? Q66.A Having a strong leader who does not have to bother with parliament and elections -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very good 2 fairly good 3 fairly bad 4 very bad Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v154), WVS 2000 (v164). Label very good fairly good fairly bad very bad other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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political system: experts making decisions (Q66B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=58962 /-] [Invalid=8824 /-] Q66 &#60;SHOW CARD 66 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing this country. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing this country? Q66.B Having experts, not government, make decisions according to what they think is best for the country -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very good 2 fairly good 3 fairly bad 4 very bad Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v155), WVS 2000 (v165). Label very good fairly good fairly bad very bad other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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political system: the army ruling (Q66C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=61388 /-] [Invalid=6398 /-] Q66 &#60;SHOW CARD 66 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing this country. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing this country? Q66.C Having the army rule the country -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very good 2 fairly good 3 fairly bad 4 very bad Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v156), WVS 2000 (v166). (Differences: In WVS &#34;the country&#34; is missing after &#34;Having the army rule&#34;) Label very good
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political system: the army ruling (Q66C)


Label fairly good fairly bad very bad other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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political system: democratic (Q66D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=60729 /-] [Invalid=7057 /-] Q66 &#60;SHOW CARD 66 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing this country. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing this country? Q66.D Having a democratic political system -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very good 2 fairly good 3 fairly bad 4 very bad Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v157), WVS 2000 (v167). Label very good fairly good fairly bad very bad other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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democracy: best political system (Q67A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=60619 /-] [Invalid=7167 /-] Q67 &#60;SHOW CARD 67 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to read off some things that people sometimes say about a democratic political system. Could you please tell me if you agree strongly, agree, disagree or disagree strongly, after I read each of them? Q67.A Democracy may have problems but its better than any other form of government -5 other missing
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democracy: best political system (Q67A)


-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v163), WVS 2000 (v172).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v230:

Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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democracy: causes bad economy (Q67B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=56611 /-] [Invalid=11175 /-] Q67 &#60;SHOW CARD 67 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to read off some things that people sometimes say about a democratic political system. Could you please tell me if you agree strongly, agree, disagree or disagree strongly, after I read each of them? Q67.B In democracy, the economic system runs badly -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v160), WVS 2000 (v169). Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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democracy: causes bad economy (Q67B)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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democracy: is indecisive (Q67C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=58235 /-] [Invalid=9551 /-] Q67 &#60;SHOW CARD 67 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to read off some things that people sometimes say about a democratic political system. Could you please tell me if you agree strongly, agree, disagree or disagree strongly, after I read each of them? Q67.C Democracies are indecisive and have too much squabbling -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v161), WVS 2000 (v170). (Differences: In WVS &#34;quibbling&#34; insted of &#34;squabbling&#34;) Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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democracy: cannot maintain order (Q67D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=58118 /-] [Invalid=9668 /-] Q67 &#60;SHOW CARD 67 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Im going to read off some things that people sometimes say about a democratic political system. Could you please tell me if you agree strongly, agree, disagree or disagree strongly, after I read each of them? Q67.D Democracies arent good at maintaining order -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).
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democracy: cannot maintain order (Q67D)


(Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v162), WVS 2000 (v171).

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Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: claiming state benefits (Q68A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66069 /-] [Invalid=1717 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.A Claiming state benefits which you are not entitled to -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v192), WVS 2000 (v204). Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: cheating on tax (Q68B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66358 /-] [Invalid=1428 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.B Cheating on tax if you have the chance -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v194), WVS 2000 (v206). (Differences: In WVS &#34;taxes&#34; insted of &#34;tax&#34;) Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: joyriding (Q68C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66844 /-] [Invalid=942 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.C Taking and driving away a car belonging to someone else (joyriding) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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do you justify: joyriding (Q68C)


10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording).

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: taking soft drugs (Q68D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66758 /-] [Invalid=1028 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.D Taking the drug marijuana or hashish -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: lying in own interest (Q68E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66677 /-] [Invalid=1109 /-] Q68
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do you justify: lying in own interest (Q68E)


&#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.E Lying in your own interest -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording).

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: adultery (Q68F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66021 /-] [Invalid=1765 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.F Married men/women having an affair -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Label
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do you justify: adultery (Q68F)


Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: accepting a bribe (Q68G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66719 /-] [Invalid=1067 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.G Someone accepting a bribe in the course of their duties -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v196), WVS 2000 (v207). Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: homosexuality (Q68H)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62847 /-] [Invalid=4939 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card.
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do you justify: homosexuality (Q68H)


Q68.H Homosexuality -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Italy: Incomparable translation of the item. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Question not comparable to master questionnaire as respondents were not asked their attitude towards &#39;Homosexuality&#39; but towards &#39;Homosexual behaviour&#39; (&#39;Tenere comportamenti omosessuali&#39;). For country specific variable see IT02 in national data set. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v197), WVS 2000 (v208).

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: abortion (Q68I)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65142 /-] [Invalid=2644 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.I Abortion -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording).
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do you justify: abortion (Q68I)


Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v199), WVS 2000 (v210).

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: divorce (Q68J)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65644 /-] [Invalid=2142 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.J Divorce -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v200), WVS 2000 (v211). Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: euthanasia (Q68K)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=63402 /-] [Invalid=4384 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62;
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do you justify: euthanasia (Q68K)


Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.K Euthanasia (terminating the life of the incurably sick) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Germany: Two different versions of the Euthanasia item were used in the German EVS because the initial translation &#39;Das Leben unheilbar Kranker beenden (Euthanasie)&#39; is misleading. In the German context, euthanasia refers to measures of the National Socialist regime to kill handicaped people. Mentioning the term &#39;Euthanasie&#39; might alter results when comparing countries. Therefore a new translation (&#39;Sterbehilfe&#39;) was used in the EVS2008. To be able to compare across EVS waves, the new translation was used in half of the interviews and the old one in the remaining (groups were randomly assigned). This allows to estimate the bias due to the imprecise translation in former waves. Use the identification variable DE01 (see German dataset) to identify which version of the question respondents were subjected to. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v201), WVS 2000 (v212). (Differences: In WVS it is &#34;ending the life&#34; instead of &#34;terminating&#34;)

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: suicide (Q68L)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=64664 /-] [Invalid=3122 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.L Suicide -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7
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do you justify: suicide (Q68L)


8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v202), WVS 2000 (v213).

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: paying cash to avoid taxes (Q68M)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65323 /-] [Invalid=2463 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.M Paying cash for services to avoid taxes -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording) Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: having casual sex (Q68N)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*]
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do you justify: having casual sex (Q68N)


[Valid=65203 /-] [Invalid=2583 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.N Having casual sex -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording) Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: avoiding fare public transport (Q68O)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=66536 /-] [Invalid=1250 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.O Avoiding a fare on public transport -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording).
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do you justify: avoiding fare public transport (Q68O)


Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v193), WVS 2000 (v205).

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: prostitution (Q68P)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65695 /-] [Invalid=2091 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.P Prostitution -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v198), WVS 2000 (v209). Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: experiments human embryos (Q68Q)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62626 /-] [Invalid=5160 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62;
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do you justify: experiments human embryos (Q68Q)


Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.Q Scientific experiments on human embryos -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording)

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Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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do you justify: manipulation food (Q68R)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62347 /-] [Invalid=5439 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.R Genetic manipulation of food stuffs -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording) Label never
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do you justify: manipulation food (Q68R)


Label always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: invitro fertilization (Q68S)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62998 /-] [Invalid=4788 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.S Artificial insemination or in-vitro fertilization -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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do you justify: death penalty (Q68T)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=64463 /-] [Invalid=3323 /-] Q68 &#60;SHOW CARD 68 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please tell me for each of the following whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified, or something in between, using this card. Q68.T Death penalty -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know
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do you justify: death penalty (Q68T)


1 never 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 always

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # f253:

Label never always other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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flag variable: belong to geographic group - most/second (Q67/Q68)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67786 /-] [Invalid=0 /-] Flag variable: Indicates inconsistencies for the variables v253/v254. If geographical group that respondent states to belong to first of all is identical with secondly stated group. if v253 = v254 then f253=1 0 consistent 1 inconsistent Note: For detailed information, see EVS 2008 variable report. Label consistent inconsistent Cases Percentage

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belong to geographic group - most (Q69)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=67108 /-] [Invalid=678 /-] Q69 &#60;SHOW CARD 69 CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY FOR Q69&#62; Which of these geographical groups would you say you belong to first of all? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 locality or town where you live 2 region of country where you live 3 [COUNTRY] 4 Europe 5 the world as a whole Note: Please see flag variable f253 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v253/v254. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).
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belong to geographic group - most (Q69)


Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v203), WVS 2000 (v214).

Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v254:

Label locality or town region country country as a whole Europe world as a whole other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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belong to geographic group - next (Q70)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=65882 /-] [Invalid=1904 /-] [Q69: Which of these geographical groups would you say you belong to first of all?] Q70 &#60;STILL USE CARD 69 CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY FOR Q70&#62; And secondly? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 locality or town where you live 2 region of country where you live 3 [COUNTRY] 4 Europe 5 the world as a whole Note: Please see flag variable f253 which indicates inconsistencies for variables v253/v254. Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Cyprus, Northern Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine: Country specific filter (if v253 had no valid value, v254 was coded as 7 &#39;not applicable&#39;) was used that deviates from Master Questionnaire. Affected cases have been recoded from 7 &#39;not applicable&#39; into -5 &#39;other missing&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v204), WVS 2000 (v215). Label locality or town region country country as a whole Europe world as a whole other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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belong to geographic group - next (Q70) are you a citizen of ... (country) (Q71)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67656 /-] [Invalid=130 /-] Q71 Are you a citizen of [COUNTRY]? &#60;IF CODE 2, -1, -2: GO TO Q73&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Poland: Wrong filter: Code -3 &#39;not applicable&#39; has been recoded into -5 &#39;other missing&#39; if v255 = &#39;1 yes&#39; and v264= -3 &#39;not applicable&#39; Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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how proud are you to be a ... (country) citizen (Q72)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=62045 /-] [Invalid=5741 /-] Q72 How proud are you to be a [COUNTRY] citizen? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very proud 2 quite proud 3 not very proud 4 not at all proud Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v205), WVS 2000 (v216). Label very proud quite proud not very proud not at all proud other missing question not asked
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how proud are you to be a ... (country) citizen (Q72)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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EU fears: loss of social security (Q73A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62324 /-] [Invalid=5462 /-] Q73 &#60;SHOW CARD 73 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Some people may have fears about the building of the European Union. I am going to read a number of things which people say they are afraid of. For each tell me if you - personally - are currently afraid of: Q73.A The loss of social security -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much afraid 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 not afraid at all Norway: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label very much afraid not afraid at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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EU fears: lose national identity/culture (Q73B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62935 /-] [Invalid=4851 /-] Q73 &#60;SHOW CARD 73 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Some people may have fears about the building of the European Union. I am going to read a number of things which people say they are afraid of. For each tell me if you - personally - are currently afraid of: Q73.B The loss of national identity and culture -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much afraid 2 3
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EU fears: lose national identity/culture (Q73B)


4 5 6 7 8 9 10 not afraid at all Norway: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;.

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v259:

Label very much afraid not afraid at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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EU fears: own country pays (Q73C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=58500 /-] [Invalid=9286 /-] Q73 &#60;SHOW CARD 73 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Some people may have fears about the building of the European Union. I am going to read a number of things which people say they are afraid of. For each tell me if you - personally - are currently afraid of: Q73.C Our country paying more and more to the European Union -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much afraid 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 not afraid at all Norway, Turkey: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label very much afraid not afraid at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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EU fears: loss of power (Q73D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=61388 /-] [Invalid=6398 /-] Q73 &#60;SHOW CARD 73 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Some people may have fears about the building of the European Union. I am going to read a number of things which people say they are afraid of. For each tell me if you - personally - are currently afraid of: Q73.D A loss of power in the world for [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much afraid 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 not afraid at all Norway: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label very much afraid not afraid at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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EU fears: loss of jobs (Q73E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62813 /-] [Invalid=4973 /-] Q73 &#60;SHOW CARD 73 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Some people may have fears about the building of the European Union. I am going to read a number of things which people say they are afraid of. For each tell me if you - personally - are currently afraid of: Q73.E The loss of jobs in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much afraid 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 not afraid at all Norway: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;.
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EU fears: loss of jobs (Q73E)


Label very much afraid not afraid at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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European Union enlargement (Q74)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=59230 /-] [Invalid=8556 /-] Q74 &#60;SHOW CARD 74&#62; Some say that the European Union enlargement should go further. Others say it has already gone too far. Using this card, which number best describes your position, where 1 means should go further, and 10 means has already gone too far? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 should go further 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 has gone too far Label should go further has gone too far other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v263:

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would you vote at a general election tomorrow (Q75)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=61513 /-] [Invalid=6273 /-] Q75 If there was a general election tomorrow, can you tell me if you would vote? &#60;IF CODE 1: GO TO Q75a; IF CODE 2: GO TO Q75b; IF CODE -1, -2, -3: GO TO Q76&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 does not have voting rights -2 no answer
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would you vote at a general election tomorrow (Q75)


-1 don&#39;t know 1 yes, I would vote 2 no, I would not vote Belgium: Because of compulsory voting system in Belgium variable was not asked in Field Questionnaire, however this variable is computed by the Programme Director based on v264 as following: if v264= 56019 then v263=2, if v264=56020 then v263=7; else v263=1.

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v264:

Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 801-91596] [Missing=*] [Valid=37329 /-] [Invalid=30457 /-] [Q75: If there was a general election tomorrow, can you tell me if you would vote?] Q75a &#60;SHOW CARD 75a&#62; IF YES: which party would you vote for? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 801 AL: The Socialist Party of Albania - PSSH 802 AL: The Social Democratic Party of Albania - PSD 803 AL: The Social Democracy Party of Albania - PDSSH 804 AL: The Socialist Movement for Integration - LSI 805 AL: The Liberal Democracy Party - PDL 806 AL: The Democratic Alliance Party - PAD 807 AL: Union for Human Rights Party - PBDNJ 808 AL: The Environmentalist Agrarian Party - PAA 809 AL: The Democratic Party of Albania - PD 810 AL: The New Democratic Party - PDR 811 AL: Reformed Democratic Party 812 AL: Republican Party of Albania - PR 813 AL: The Christian Democratic Party of Albania - PDK 814 AL: National Front Party - PBK 815 AL: Movement for Legality Party - PLL 896 AL: Other 3101 AZ: New Azerbaijan Party 3102 AZ: Musavat/Equality Party 3103 AZ: Azerbaijan Democratic Party 3104 AZ: Popular Front Party 3105 AZ: National Independence Party 3106 AZ: Azerbaijan Liberal Party 3107 AZ: Social-Democratic Party 3108 AZ: Communist Party 3109 AZ: Justice Party 3110 AZ: Civic Solidarity Party 3111 AZ: Motherland Party 3112 AZ: Azerbaijan Hope Party 3113 AZ: Social Prosperity Party 3114 AZ: Azerbaijan Party of Democratic Reform 3115 AZ: Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party 3116 AZ: Great Order Party
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3117 AZ: Civil Union Party 3196 AZ: Other 4001 AT: Social Democratic Party of Austria- SP 4002 AT: Austrian People&#39;s Party - VP 4003 AT: Austrian Freedom Party - FP 4004 AT: The Austrian Greens\Die Grnen 4005 AT: Liberal Forum\Liberales Forum 4006 AT: Communist Party of Austria - KP 4007 AT: Alliance for the Future of Austria - BZ 4008 AT: Dr. Martins List - For Democracy, Control, Justice\Liste Hans Peter Martin 4096 AT: Other 5101 AM: Armenian Revolutionary Federation 5102 AM: Communist Party of Armenia 5103 AM: Impeachment Alliance 5104 AM: National Democratic Union 5105 AM: National Unity 5106 AM: New Times 5107 AM: Heritage Party 5108 AM: Pan-Armenian National Movement 5109 AM: Peoples Party of Armenia 5110 AM: People&#39;s Party 5111 AM: Prosperous Armenia 5112 AM: Republican Party of Armenia 5113 AM: Republic 5114 AM: Rule of Law 5115 AM: Dashink&#39; Party 5116 AM: United Labour Party 5196 AM: Other 5601 BE: Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams - CD&#38;V 5602 BE: Vlaamse Liberalen en Democraten Open - VLD 5603 BE: Socialisten en Progressieven Anders - SP.A 5604 BE: Vlaams Belang 5605 BE: Groen! 5606 BE: Lijst Dedecker 5607 BE: Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie - N-VA 5608 BE: Sociaal Liberale Partij - SLP 5609 BE: Parti Socialiste - PS 5610 BE: Mouvement Rformateur - MR 5611 BE: Centre Dmocrate Humaniste - CDH 5612 BE: Ecolo Ecolo 5613 BE: Front National - FN 5614 BE: Parti du Travail de Belgique - Unit Antifasciste - PTB-UA 5615 BE: Libral Dmocrate - LiD 5617 BE: Blank 5618 BE: Invalid 5696 BE: Other 7001 BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilovic - BPS 7002 BA: Party for BiH - SBiH 7003 BA: Croatian Christian Democratic Union of BiH - HKDU 7004 BA: Social-Democratic Party - SDP 7005 BA: Serbian Radical Party of RS - SRS RS 7006 BA: Croatian Party of Rights - HSP 7007 BA: Croatian Party of Rights Dr. Jurisic Djapic 7008 BA: Serbian Democratic Party - SDS 7009 BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Party of Rights - BSP 7010 BA: Croatian Democratic Union - HDZ 7011 BA: Croatian Democratic Union 1990 Croatian Unity - HDZ 1990 7012 BA: Democratic People&#39;s Unity of BiH - DNZ 7013 BA: Bosnian Party - Mirnes Ajanovic - BOSS 7014 BA: Socialistic Party - SP 7015 BA: Party of Democratic Action - SDA 7016 BA: Croatian Peasants Party - HSS 7017 BA: New Croatian Initiative - NHI 7018 BA: Party of Democratic Progress - PDP 7019 BA: Liberal Democratic Party - LDS 7020 BA: People`s Party Work for Progress - NSRzB 7021 BA: The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats - SNSD 7022 BA: Bosnia-Podrinje People&#39;s - Party
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7023 BA: Social-Democratic Union - SDU 7024 BA: Democratic Movement of the Srpska - DEPOS 7025 BA: Party of Pensioners of BiH 7096 BA: Other 10001 BG: National Union Attack 10002 BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People&#39;s Union Alexander Stambolijski 10003 BG: Bulgarian Social Democratic Party 10004 BG: Bulgarian Socialist Party 10005 BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People&#39;s Union 10006 BG: Communist Party of Bulgaria 10007 BG: Democratic Party 10008 BG: Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria 10009 BG: Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria 10010 BG: Green Party of Bulgaria 10011 BG: Movement for an Equal Public Model 10012 BG: George&#39;s Day Movement 10013 BG: Movement for Rights and Freedoms 10014 BG: National Movement for Stability and Progress 10015 BG: Novoto Vreme (New Age) Party 10016 BG: Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats 10017 BG: Bulgarian Women&#39;s Party 10018 BG: Roma party 10019 BG: Euro-Roma party 10020 BG: Political Movement Social Democrats 10021 BG: Union of Democratic Forces 10022 BG: Union of Free Democrats 10023 BG: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Bulgarian National Movement 10096 BG: Other 11201 BY: Liberal Democratic Party 11202 BY: Belarusian Social Sports Party 11203 BY: Belarusian Party &#39;The Greens&#39; [&#39;Zyalyoniya&#39;] 11204 BY: Social-Democratic Party of People&#39;s Concord [Narodnai Zgody] 11205 BY: Agrarian Party 11206 BY: Republican Party 11207 BY: Conservative Christian Party of the Belarusian People&#39;s Front 11208 BY: Belarusian People&#39;s Front Party 11209 BY: Republican Party of Labor and Justice 11210 BY: Party of Communists Belarusian 11211 BY: United Civic Party 11212 BY: Belarusian Patriotic Party 11213 BY: Party Belarusian Social-Democratic Assembly [Hramada] 11214 BY: Belarusian Social-Democratic Party (People&#39;s Assembly) [Nardonaya Hramada] 11215 BY: Communist Party of Belarus 11216 BY: Supporters of the political policy of the President of the Republic of Belarus A.G. Lukashenko 11296 BY: Other 19101 HR: Croatian Democratic Union HDZ 19102 HR: Croatian People&#39;s Party - Liberal Democrats HNS 19103 HR: Croatian Peasant Party HSS 19104 HR: Croatian Social Liberal Party HSLS 19105 HR: Croatian Party of Rights HSP 19106 HR: Croatian Party of Pensioners HSU 19107 HR: Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja HDSSB 19108 HR: Istrian Democratic Assembly IDS 19109 HR: Primorje - Gorski Kotar Alliance PGS 19110 HR: Independent Democratic Serbian Party SDSS 19111 HR: Social Democratic Party of Croatia SDP 19112 HR: Croatian Independent Democrats 19113 HR: Leftists of Croatia 19114 HR: Socialist Labour Party of Croatia 19115 HR: Green Party 19116 HR: Greens of Croatia 19117 HR: Green Party - Green Alternative 19196 HR: Other 19601 CY: Democratic Rally - DISI 19602 CY: Progressive Party of Working People - AKEL 19603 CY: Democratic Party - DIKO 19604 CY: Movement for Social Democracy - EDEK 19605 CY: European Party - EYROKO
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19606 CY: Ecological and Environmental Movement 19696 CY: Other 19701 CY-TCC: Republican Turkish Party - CTP 19702 CY-TCC: National Unity Party - UBP 19703 CY-TCC: Democratic Party - DP 19704 CY-TCC: Communal Democracy Party - TDP 19705 CY-TCC: Freedom and Reform Party - ORP 19706 CY-TCC: Politics for People Party - HIS 19707 CY-TCC: Peoples Party - HP 19708 CY-TCC: Cyprus Socialist Party - KSP 19709 CY-TCC: United Cyprus Party - BKP 19710 CY-TCC: Patriot Cypriot Party - YKP 19796 CY-TCC: Other 20301 CZ: Party of Common Sense 20302 CZ: Czech Movement for National Unity 20303 CZ: Balbin Poetic Party 20304 CZ: Liberal-Reform Party 20305 CZ: Law and Justice 20306 CZ: Independents 20307 CZ: Czech Right 20308 CZ: Czech Crown 20309 CZ: Civic Democratic Party 20310 CZ: Czech Social Democratic Party 20311 CZ: European Democrats - SNK 20312 CZ: Freedom Union - Democratic Union 20313 CZ: Helax-Ostrava is Having Fun 20314 CZ: Right Bloc 20315 CZ: 4 Visions 20316 CZ: Czech National Socialist Party 20317 CZ: Moravians 20318 CZ: Green Party 20319 CZ: Humanistic Party 20320 CZ: Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 20321 CZ: Coalition for the Czech Republic 20322 CZ: National Party 20323 CZ: Folklore and Society 20324 CZ: Christian-Democratic Union- Czech and Slovak People Party 20325 CZ: Independent Democrats 20396 CZ: Other 20801 DK: Social Democrats 20802 DK: Radical Left Party 20803 DK: Conservative Peoples Party 20804 DK: Socialist Peoples Party 20805 DK: Danish Peoples Party 20806 DK: Christian Democrats 20807 DK: Venstre, Denmarks Liberal Party 20808 DK: New Alliance (Liberal Alliance) 20809 DK: Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) 20810 DK: Would cast a blank vote 23301 EE: Estonian Centrist Party 23302 EE: Estonian Reform Party 23303 EE: Estonian Peoples Union 23304 EE: Pro Patria and Res Publica Union 23305 EE: Estonian Social Democratic Party 23306 EE: Estonian Green Party 23307 EE: Estonian Christian Democrats 23308 EE: Estonian Independence Party 23309 EE: Estonian Left Party 23310 EE: Russian Party in Estonia 23311 EE: Estonian Constitution Party 23396 EE: Other 24601 FI: Center party - KESK 24602 FI: National Coalition Party - KOK 24603 FI: Social Democratic Party - SDP 24604 FI: Left Alliance - VAS 24605 FI: Green League - VIHR 24606 FI: Christian Democrats - KD 24607 FI: Swedish People&#39;s Party in Finland - RKP
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24608 FI: True Finns - PS 24696 FI: Other 25001 FR: Left Wing Extremist Parties (Revolutionnairy Communist League, Labour Class Combat, Workers Party - PT) 25002 FR: Communist Party 25003 FR: Socialist Party 25004 FR: Other Left Wing Parties (Radical Leftist Party, Republicain&#39;s and Citizen&#39;s Movement) 25005 FR: Green Party 25006 FR: Other Environmentalist Parties 25007 FR: Democratic Movement 25008 FR: New Centrist Party 25009 FR: Hunting, Fishing, Nature, and Tradition 25010 FR: Union for a Popular Mouvement 25011 FR: Movement for France 25012 FR: Right Wing Extremist Parties (National Front, National Republicain Movement) 25013 FR: Empty ballot 25096 FR: Other 26801 GE: National movement 26802 GE: Labor Party 26803 GE: New Rightists Party 26804 GE: Republican Party 26805 GE: Industrial Party 26806 GE: Conservative Party 26807 GE: For United Georgia 26808 GE: People&#39;s Party 26809 GE: Georgia&#39;s way 26810 GE: National Democratic Party 26811 GE: Party &#39;Samartlianoba&#39; (Justice) 26812 GE: Christian-Democratic Movement 26813 GE: Party of Future 26814 GE: Party &#39;Tavisufleba&#39; (party of freedom movement) 26896 GE: Other 27601 DE: Christian Democratic Party/Christian Social Union - CDU/CSU 27602 DE: German Social-Democratic Party - SPD 27603 DE: German Liberal Party - FDP 27604 DE: The Green Party 27605 DE: The Left/Party of Democratic Socialism - PDS 27606 DE: Republicans 27607 DE: German National Party - NPD 27608 DE: German Peoples Party - DVU 27696 DE: Other 30001 GR: New Democracy - ND 30002 GR: Pan-Hellenic Socialist Movement - PASOK 30003 GR: Communist Party of Greece - KKE 30004 GR: Coalition of the Radical Left - SYRIZA 30005 GR: Popular Orhtodox Rally - LAOS 30096 GR: Other 34801 HU: Magyar Szocialista Prt - MSZP 34802 HU: Fidesz Magyar Polgri Szvetsg Fidesz 34803 HU: Szabad Demokratk Szvetsge - SZDSZ 34804 HU: Magyar Demokrata Frum - MDF 34805 HU: Keresztnydemokrata Npprt - KDNP 34806 HU: Centrumprt 34807 HU: Magyar Igazsg s let Prtja - MIP 34808 HU: Magyar Kommunista Munksprt Munksprt 34809 HU: Fggetlen Kisgazda s Polgri Prt - FKGP 34810 HU: Jobbik Magyarorszgrt Mozgalom - JOBBIK 34896 HU: Other 35201 IS: Independence Party 35202 IS: Alliance Party 35203 IS: Left-Green Movement 35204 IS: Progressive Party 35205 IS: Liberal Party 35206 IS: Citizen Movement 35207 IS: Democracy Movement 35296 IS: Other 37201 IE: Fianna Fail 37202 IE: Fine Gael 37203 IE: Labour Party
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37204 IE: Green Party 37205 IE: Sinn Fein 37206 IE: Progressive Democrats 37207 IE: Socialist Party 37208 IE: Independents 37296 IE: Other 38001 IT: Rifondazione e Comunisti Italiani (Lista Anticapitalista) 38002 IT: Partito Comunista dei Lavoratori (non presente al Sud e nelle isole) 38003 IT: Sinistra e Libert 38004 IT: Lista Bonino-Pannella 38005 IT: Partito Democratico 38006 IT: Italia dei Valori - Lista Di Pietro 38007 IT: Liberal Democratici Riformisti 38008 IT: Unione di Centro (UDC-Rosa Bianca) 38009 IT: Il Popolo della Libert 38010 IT: Lega Nord (Bossi) 38011 IT: Sdtiroler Volkspartei (minoranza tedesca, con Partito Autonomista Trentino Tirolese) 38012 IT: Autonomie Libert Dmocratie 38013 IT: Valle d&#39;Aoste 38014 IT: Polo dell&#39;Autonomia 38015 IT: Fiamma Tricolore - Destra Sociale 38016 IT: Forza Nuova (non presente nelle due isole maggiori) 38096 IT: Other 42801 LV: The People&#39;s Party (Tautas partija) 42802 LV: Union of the Green and Farmers (Zalo un Zemnieku savieniba) 42803 LV: The New Era (Jaunais laiks) 42804 LV: Concord Centre (Saskanas Centrs) 42805 LV: Latvia first party and party Latvian way electoral union 42806 LV: For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK 42807 LV: Union &#39;For human rights in united Latvia&#39; 42808 LV: Latvian Socialdemocratic Worker Party 42809 LV: Political Patriotic Union &#39;Motherland&#39; 42810 LV: Party &#39;All For Latvia&#39; (&#39;Visu Latvijai!&#39;) 42811 LV: New Democrats (&#39;Jaunie Demokrati&#39;) 42812 LV: Society for Political Change 42813 LV: Democratic patriotic association 42896 LV: Other 44001 LT: Labour Party 44002 LT: Liberal and Center Union 44003 LT: Lithuanian Polish Election action 44004 LT: Lithuanian People&#39;s Union &#39;For Just Lithuania&#39; 44005 LT: Liberal Union of Lithuanian Republic 44006 LT: Lithuanian Russian Union 44007 LT: Lithuanian Social Democratic Union 44008 LT: Lithuanian Peasants Populist Union 44009 LT: New Union (social liberals) 44010 LT: Party &#39;Order and Justice&#39; 44011 LT: Citizen&#39;s Democracy Party 44012 LT: Revival of Nation Party 44013 LT: Homeland Union- Lithuanian Christian Democrats 44096 LT: Other 44201 LU: Kommunistesch Partei Ltzebuerg / Parti Communiste Luxembourgeois KPL / PCL 44202 LU: Di Lnk - La Gauche 44203 LU: Di Grng /Les Verts 44204 LU: Ltzebuerger Sozialistesch Arbechterpartei / Parti Socialiste Ouvrier Luxembourgeois LSAP / POSL 44205 LU: Chrschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei / Parti Chrtien Social CSV / PCS 44206 LU: Demokratesch Partei/ Parti Dmocratique (Libral) DP / PD 44207 LU: Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei / Parti rformiste dalternative dmocratique ADR 44296 LU: Other 47001 MT: Alternattiva Demokratika 47002 MT: Azzjoni Nazzjonali 47003 MT: Malta Labour Party 47004 MT: Partit Nazzjonalista 47005 MT: Alpha Liberal Democratic Reformist Political Party 47006 MT: Alleanza Libaral-Demokratika 47007 MT: Forza Malta 47008 MT: Imperium Europa 47096 MT: Other
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49801 MD: Democratic Party of Moldova 49802 MD: Party of Communists of Moldova 49803 MD: Moldova Noastra (Our Moldova) Alliance 49804 MD: Agrarian Party of Moldova 49805 MD: Socialist Party of Moldova 49806 MD: People s Christian Democratic Party 49807 MD: Professionals Movement Speranta-Nadejda 49808 MD: Liberal Party 49809 MD: Social Liberal Party 49810 MD: New National Moldovan Party 49811 MD: Social-Democratic Party of Moldova 49812 MD: Socio-political Movement Forta Noua (New Force) 49813 MD: Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova Patria-Rodina 49814 MD: Socio-political Movement Ravnopravie (Equality) 49815 MD: Environmental Party of Moldova Green Alliance 49816 MD: Liberal Democrat Party from Moldova 49817 MD: Republican Popular Party 49818 MD: Republican Party of Moldova 49819 MD: Labor Union Patria-Rodina 49820 MD: Centrist Union of Moldova 49821 MD: Party of Spiritual Development Moldova Unita (United Moldova) 49822 MD: Social Democracy Party of Moldova 49823 MD: Conservative Party 49824 MD: National Liberal Party 49825 MD: Socio-political Movement for Nation and Country 49896 MD: Other 49901 ME: Democratic Party of Socialists DPS 49902 ME: Social Democratic Party - SDP 49903 ME: Movement for Changes - RCC 49904 ME: Serbian People&#39;s Party - SNS 49905 ME: Socialist People&#39;s Party - SNP 49906 ME: People&#39;s Party - NS 49907 ME: Bosniak Party - BS 49908 ME: Croatian Civic Initiative HGI 49909 ME: Liberal Party of Monten- egro - LPCG 49910 ME: Serbian Democratic Party - DS 49911 ME: Serbian Radical Party Dr. Vojislav Seselj - SRS 49912 ME: People&#39;s Socialist Party of Montenegro - NS 49913 ME: Democratic Party of Unity Democratic Alliance in Montenegro - DSJ 49914 ME: Democratic Alliance in Montenegro - DSCG 49915 ME: Democratic Union of Albanians - DUA 49916 ME: Albanian alernativa - AA 49996 ME: Other 52801 NL: Christian Democratic Party - CDA 52802 NL: Labour Party - PvdA 52803 NL: Socialist Party - SP 52804 NL: Liberals - VVD 52805 NL: Party for Freedom - PVV 52806 NL: Green/Left (GroenLinks) 52807 NL: Christian Union (ChristenUnie) 52808 NL: Democrats 66 - D66 52809 NL: Reformed Party - SGpP 52810 NL: Party for the animals - PvdD 52811 NL: Group Verdonk\Proud of the Netherlands 52896 NL: Other 57801 NO: Labour Party dna 57802 NO: Progress Party FrP 57803 NO: Conservative Party H 57804 NO: Christian Democratic Party KrF 57805 NO: Red 57806 NO: Centre Party Sp 57807 NO: Socialist Left Party SV 57808 NO: Liberal Party V 57896 NO: Other 61601 PL: National Party of Rentners and Pensioners - KPEiR 61602 PL: League of Polish Families - LPR 61603 PL: Democratic Party - PD 61604 PL: Party of Women - PK
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61605 PL: Civic Platform - PO 61606 PL: Polish Labour Party - PPP 61607 PL: Polish Peasant Party - PSL 61608 PL: Law and Justice - PiS 61609 PL: Self-defense - SRP 61610 PL: Socialdemocracy of Poland - SDPL 61611 PL: Union of Left Democracy - SLD 61612 PL: Union of Real Politics - UPR 61613 PL: Union of Work - UPR 61696 PL: Other 62001 PT: Bloco de Esquerda 62002 PT: Social democratic Center - Popular Party - CDS/PP 62003 PT: Portuguese Communist Party - CDU/PCP 62004 PT: Communist Party of Portuguese Workers - MRPP 62005 PT: Social Democratic Party - PPD/PSD 62006 PT: Socialist Party - PS 62007 PT: Revolutionary Socialist Party - PSR 62008 PT: People&#39;s Democratic Union - UDP 62096 PT: Other 64201 RO: Partidul Democrat-Liberal 64202 RO: Partidul Social Democrat 64203 RO: Partidul National Liberal 64204 RO: Partidul Noua Generatie-Crestin Democrat 64205 RO: Uniunea Democrata a Maghiarilor din Romnia 64206 RO: Partidul Romnia Mare 64207 RO: Partidul Conservator 64208 RO: Partidul Initiativa Nationala 64209 RO: Partidul National Crestin Democrat 64296 RO: Other 64301 RU: Agrarian Party of Russia - APR 64302 RU: Civil Force 64303 RU: Democratic Party of Russia - DPR 64304 RU: United Russia 64305 RU: Communist Party of Russian Federation - CPRF 64306 RU: Liberal Democratic Party of Russia - LDPR 64307 RU: Patriots of Russia 64308 RU: Fair Russia 64309 RU: The Union of Right Forces - SPS 64310 RU: Social Justice Party 64311 RU: Yabloko 64396 RU: Other 68801 RS: Democratic Party - DS 68802 RS: Democratic Party of Serbia - DSS 68803 RS: Serbian Radical Party - SRS 68804 RS: G17+ 68805 RS: Liberal Democratic Party - LDP 68806 RS: New Serbia - NS 68807 RS: Movement Strenght of Serbia - PSS 68808 RS: Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - SVM 68809 RS: League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina - LSV 68810 RS: United Serbia - JS 68811 RS: Party for Democratic Progress - PDP 68812 RS: Party for Democratic Action - PDD 68813 RS: Roma Union of Serbia - UPR 68814 RS: Roma Party - RP 68815 RS: Socialist Party of Serbia - SPS 68816 RS: Stranka demokratske akcije - SDA 68817 RS: Sanjak Democratic Party - SDP 68818 RS: Serbian Democratic Renewal Movement - SDPP 68819 RS: Social Democratic Union - SDU 68820 RS: Christian Democratic Party of Serbia - DHSS 68821 RS: Democratic League of Croats in Vojvodina - DSHV 68822 RS: Bosniac Democratic Party of Sanjak - BDSS 68823 RS: Social-Liberal Party of Sanjak - SLPS 68824 RS: Party of United Pensioners of Serbia - PUPS 68825 RS: Serbian Renewal Movement - SPO 68896 RS: Other 70301 SK: Aliancia noveho obcana - ANO
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70302 SK: Komunisticka strana Slovenska - KSS 70303 SK: Krestanskodemokraticke hnutie - KDH 70304 SK: Ludova strana-Hnutie za demokraticke Slovensko - LS-HZDS 70305 SK: Slobodne forum - SF 70306 SK: Slovenska demokraticka a krestanska unia-Demokraticka strana - SdkU-DS 70307 SK: Slovenska narodna strana - SNS 70308 SK: SMER - Socialna demokracia - SMER 70309 SK: Strana madarskej koalicie - SMK 70396 SK: Other 70501 SI: Demokratska stranka upokojencev 70502 SI: Liberalna demokracija Slovenije 70503 SI: Slovenska ljudska stranka 70504 SI: Slovenska nacionalna stranka 70505 SI: Slovenska demokratska stranka 70506 SI: Nova Slovenija - Krcanska ljudska stranka 70507 SI: Socialni demokrati 70508 SI: Stranka nove politike 70509 SI: LIPA 70596 SI: Other 72401 ES: Partido Socialista Obrero Espaol - PSOE 72402 ES: Partido Popular - PP 72403 ES: Izquierda Unida - IU 72404 ES: Bloque nacionalista galego - BNG 72405 ES: Coalicin Canaria - CC 72406 ES: Unin del Pueblo Navarro - UPN 72407 ES: Convergencia Democrtica de Navarra - CDN 72408 ES: Partido Nacionalista Vasco - PNV 72409 ES: Eusko Alkartasuna - EA 72410 ES: Accin Nacionalista Vasca - ANV 72411 ES: Nafarroa Bai - NaBai 72412 ES: Chunta Aragonesista - CHA 72413 ES: Verts - IC 72414 ES: Convergencia i Uni CIu 72415 ES: Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya - ERC 72416 ES: Partido Andalucista - PA 72417 ES: UPyD 72496 ES: Other 75201 SE: Center party (C) 75202 SE: Liberal party (FP) 75203 SE: Christian Democratic party (KD) 75204 SE: Green party (MP) 75205 SE: Moderate party (M) 75206 SE: Social democratic party (S) 75207 SE: Left wing party (V) 75296 SE: Other 75601 CH: Radicals 75602 CH: Christian democrats 75603 CH: Socialist party 75604 CH: Swiss people party 75605 CH: Liberal party 75606 CH: Christian-social 75607 CH: Swiss labor party 75608 CH: Green party 75609 CH: Green liberal party 75610 CH: Swiss democrats 75611 CH: Federal Democratic Union 75612 CH: Evangelical People&#39;s Party 75613 CH: Ticino League 75696 CH: Other 79201 TR: Justice and Development Party AKP 79202 TR: Motherland Party ANAP 79203 TR: Great Union Party BBP 79204 TR: Republican People&#39;s Party CHP 79205 TR: Democrat Party DP 79206 TR: Demokratik Sol Parti DSP 79207 TR: Democratic Society Party DTP 79208 TR: Nationalist Action Party MHP 79209 TR: Felicite Party SP
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79210 TR: Social Democrat People&#39;s Party SHP 79296 TR: Other 80401 UA: Communist party of Ukraine 80402 UA: Progressive Socialist party of Ukraine 80403 UA: Socialist party of Ukraine 80404 UA: Party of Regions 80405 UA: Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc 80406 UA: People&#39;s Self-Defense Bloc 80407 UA: Lytvyn Bloc 80408 UA: United Centre party 80409 UA: Our Ukraine Bloc 80410 UA: All Ukrainian Union &#39;Freedom&#39; 80496 UA: Other 80701 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity IMRO DPMNU 80702 MK: Social-Democratic Aliance of Macedonia SDAM 80703 MK: Democratic Party of Albanians - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia DPA 80704 MK: Democratic Unioun for Integration - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia DUI 80705 MK: Liberal Party LP 80706 MK: New Social-Democratic Party NSDP 80707 MK: Socialistic Party of Macedonia SPM 80708 MK: Democratic Union DU 80709 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Peoples Party IMRO - PP 80710 MK: Liberal-Democratic Party LDP 80711 MK: Party for Democratic Prosperity - Ethnic Albanian Party PDP 80712 MK: Movement for Restoration of Macedonia MRM 80713 MK: Party for European Future PEF 80714 MK: Democratic Party of Serbs - Political Party of Ethnic Serbs in Macedonia DPS 80715 MK: New Alternative NA 80716 MK: Party for Entire Emancipation of Romas in Macedonia - Political Party of Ethnic Romas in Macedonia PEERM 80717 MK: Party for Economic Restoration PER 80718 MK: Party for Democratic Action - Islamic way - Political Party of Ethnic Bosnians in Macedonia PDA 80719 MK: Democratic Party of Turcs - Political Party of Ethnic Turks in Macedonia DTP 80720 MK: Democratic Union of Albanians - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia DUA 80721 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Genuine IMRO - G 80722 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Macedonian IMRO - M 80723 MK: Secret Macedonia Revolutionary Organization SMRO 80724 MK: Peoples Democratic Party - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia PDP 80725 MK: Democratic Party of Vlach`s - Political Party of Ethnic Vlach`s in Macedonia DPV 80796 MK: Other 82601 GB-GBN: Conservative Party CON 82602 GB-GBN: Labour Party LAB 82603 GB-GBN: Liberal Democrat Party LD 82604 GB-GBN: Plaid Cymru PC 82605 GB-GBN: Scottish National Party SNP 82606 GB-GBN: Green Party GRN 82696 GB-GBN: Other 90901 GB-NIR: Democratic Unionist Party - DUP 90902 GB-NIR: Sinn Fein 90903 GB-NIR: Social Democratic and Labour Party - SDLP 90904 GB-NIR: Alliance Party 90905 GB-NIR: Ulster Unionist Party - UUP 90906 GB-NIR: Progressive Unionist Party - PUP 90907 GB-NIR: UK Unionist Party 90908 GB-NIR: Conservative 90909 GB-NIR: Workers Party 90910 GB-NIR: Socialist Environmentalist Alliance 90911 GB-NIR: Socialist Party 90912 GB-NIR: Green Party 90996 GB-NIR: Other 91501 RS-KM: Democratic Party of Kosovo 91502 RS-KM: Democratic League of Kosovo 91503 RS-KM: New Kosovo Alliance 91504 RS-KM: Democratic League of Dardania-Albanian Christian Democratic 91505 RS-KM: Alliance for the Future of Kosovo 91506 RS-KM: Reformist Party ORA 91507 RS-KM: Party of Justice 91508 RS-KM: Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo
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which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


91509 RS-KM: Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo 91510 RS-KM: Vakat Coalition 91511 RS-KM: Independent Liberal Party 91512 RS-KM: Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija 91513 RS-KM: Serb People&#39;s Party 91514 RS-KM: New Democracy 91515 RS-KM: Civic Initiative of Gora 91516 RS-KM: Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party 91517 RS-KM: New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo 91518 RS-KM: Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and Metohija 91519 RS-KM: United Roma Party of Kosovo 91596 RS-KM: Other Note: Standardized country-specific variable containing country ISO 3166-1 identifier (CCC) and country-specific categories (political parties). This variable has been harmonized into V264_LR (left-right scale variable). Belgium: Because of compulsory voting system in Belgium additional answer categories 19 &#39;Ik zou niet gaan stemmen&#39;/&#39;Je nirai pas voter&#39; and 20 &#39;Ik heb geen stemrecht&#39;/&#39;Je nai pas le droit de voter&#39; were implemented in the Field Questionnaire and missing variable v263 was computed based on v264. According to standard filter corrections v264 was adjusted and categories 19 &#39;Ik zou niet gaan stemmen&#39;/&#39;Je nirai pas voter&#39; and 20 &#39;Ik heb geen stemrecht&#39;/&#39;Je nai pas le droit de voter&#39; were recoded into missing value -3 &#39;not applicable&#39;. Denmark: Category &#39;Other&#39; was not implemented in Field Questionnaire. According to Programme Director&#39;s information &#39;there are no other political parties than the one&#39;s [sic] listed&#39;. Netherlands: Wrong filter: Code -3 &#39;not applicable&#39; has been recoded into -5 &#39;other missing&#39; if v263 = 1 &#39;yes I would vote&#39; and v264= -3 &#39;not applicable&#39; Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording, response categories).

Value 801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 810 811 812 813 814 815 896 3101 3102 3103 3104 3105 3106 3107

Label AL: The Socialist Party of Albania - PSSH AL: The Social Democratic Party of Albania - PSD AL: The Social Democracy Party of Albania - PDSSH AL: The Socialist Movement for Integration - LSI AL: The Liberal Democracy Party - PDL AL: The Democratic Alliance Party - PAD AL: Union for Human Rights Party - PBDNJ AL: The Environmentalist Agrarian Party - PAA AL: The Democratic Party of Albania - PD AL: The New Democratic Party - PDR AL: Reformed Democratic Party AL: Republican Party of Albania - PR AL: The Christian Democratic Party of Albania - PDK AL: National Front Party - PBK AL: Movement for Legality Party - PLL AL: Other AZ: New Azerbaijan Party AZ: Musavat/Equality Party AZ: Azerbaijan Democratic Party AZ: Popular Front Party AZ: National Independence Party AZ: Azerbaijan Liberal Party AZ: Social-Democratic Party
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# v264: Value 3108 3109 3110 3111 3112 3113 3114 3115 3116 3117 3196 4001 4002 4003 4004 4005 4006 4007 4008 4096 5101 5102 5103 5104 5105 5106 5107 5108 5109 5110 5111 5112 5113 5114 5115 5116 5196 5601 5602 5603 5604 5605 5606

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label AZ: Communist Party AZ: Justice Party AZ: Civic Solidarity Party AZ: Motherland Party AZ: Azerbaijan Hope Party AZ: Social Prosperity Party AZ: Azerbaijan Party of Democratic Reform AZ: Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party AZ: Great Order Party AZ: Civil Union Party AZ: Other AT: Social Democratic Party of Austria- SP AT: Austrian People's Party - VP AT: Austrian Freedom Party - FP AT: The Austrian Greens\Die Grnen AT: Liberal Forum\Liberales Forum AT: Communist Party of Austria - KP AT: Alliance for the Future of Austria - BZ AT: Dr. Martins List - For Democracy, Control, Justice\Li AT: Other AM: Armenian Revolutionary Federation AM: Communist Party of Armenia AM: Impeachment Alliance AM: National Democratic Union AM: National Unity AM: New Times AM: Heritage Party AM: Pan-Armenian National Movement AM: Peoples Party of Armenia AM: People's Party AM: Prosperous Armenia AM: Republican Party of Armenia AM: Republic AM: Rule of Law AM: Dashink' Party AM: United Labour Party AM: Other BE: Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams - CD&V BE: Vlaamse Liberalen en Democraten Open - VLD BE: Socialisten en Progressieven Anders - SP.A BE: Vlaams Belang BE: Groen! BE: Lijst Dedecker
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# v264: Value 5607 5608 5609 5610 5611 5612 5613 5614 5615 5617 5618 5696 7001 7002 7003 7004 7005 7006 7007 7008 7009 7010 7011 7012 7013 7014 7015 7016 7017 7018 7019 7020 7021 7022 7023 7024 7025 7096 10001 10002 10003 10004 10005

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label BE: Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie - N-VA BE: Sociaal Liberale Partij - SLP BE: Parti Socialiste - PS BE: Mouvement Rformateur - MR BE: Centre Dmocrate Humaniste - CDH BE: Ecolo Ecolo BE: Front National - FN BE: Parti du Travail de Belgique - Unit Antifasciste - PTB BE: Libral Dmocrate - LiD BE: Blank BE: Invalid BE: Other BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilovic - BPS BA: Party for BiH - SBiH BA: Croatian Christian Democratic Union of BiH - HKDU BA: Social-Democratic Party - SDP BA: Serbian Radical Party of RS - SRS RS BA: Croatian Party of Rights - HSP BA: Croatian Party of Rights Dr. Jurisic Djapic BA: Serbian Democratic Party - SDS BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Party of Rights - BSP BA: Croatian Democratic Union - HDZ BA: Croatian Democratic Union 1990 Croatian Unity - HDZ 1990 BA: Democratic People's Unity of BiH - DNZ BA: Bosnian Party - Mirnes Ajanovic - BOSS BA: Socialistic Party - SP BA: Party of Democratic Action - SDA BA: Croatian Peasants Party - HSS BA: New Croatian Initiative - NHI BA: Party of Democratic Progress - PDP BA: Liberal Democratic Party - LDS BA: People`s Party Work for Progress - NSRzB BA: The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats - SNSD BA: Bosnia-Podrinje People's - Party BA: Social-Democratic Union - SDU BA: Democratic Movement of the Srpska - DEPOS BA: Party of Pensioners of BiH BA: Other BG: National Union Attack BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union Alexander Stambolijski BG: Bulgarian Social Democratic Party BG: Bulgarian Socialist Party BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union
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# v264: Value 10006 10007 10008 10009 10010 10011 10012 10013 10014 10015 10016 10017 10018 10019 10020 10021 10022 10023 10096 11201 11202 11203 11204 11205 11206 11207 11208 11209 11210 11211 11212 11213 11214 11215 11216 11296 19101 19102 19103 19104 19105 19106 19107

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label BG: Communist Party of Bulgaria BG: Democratic Party BG: Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria BG: Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria BG: Green Party of Bulgaria BG: Movement for an Equal Public Model BG: George's Day Movement BG: Movement for Rights and Freedoms BG: National Movement for Stability and Progress BG: Novoto Vreme (New Age) Party BG: Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats BG: Bulgarian Women's Party BG: Roma party BG: Euro-Roma party BG: Political Movement Social Democrats BG: Union of Democratic Forces BG: Union of Free Democrats BG: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Bulgari BG: Other BY: Liberal Democratic Party BY: Belarusian Social Sports Party BY: Belarusian Party 'The Greens' ['Zyalyoniya'] BY: Social-Democratic Party of People's Concord [Narodnai Zg BY: Agrarian Party BY: Republican Party BY: Conservative Christian Party of the Belarusian People's BY: Belarusian People's Front Party BY: Republican Party of Labor and Justice BY: Party of Communists Belarusian BY: United Civic Party BY: Belarusian Patriotic Party BY: Party Belarusian Social-Democratic Assembly# [Hrama BY: Belarusian Social-Democratic Party (People's Assembly) [ BY: Communist Party of Belarus BY: Supporters of the political policy of the President of t BY: Other HR: Croatian Democratic Union HDZ HR: Croatian People's Party - Liberal Democrats HNS HR: Croatian Peasant Party HSS HR: Croatian Social Liberal Party HSLS HR: Croatian Party of Rights HSP HR: Croatian Party of Pensioners HSU HR: Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja HDS
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# v264: Value 19108 19109 19110 19111 19112 19113 19114 19115 19116 19117 19196 19601 19602 19603 19604 19605 19606 19696 19701 19702 19703 19704 19705 19706 19707 19708 19709 19710 19796 20301 20302 20303 20304 20305 20306 20307 20308 20309 20310 20311 20312 20313 20314

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label HR: Istrian Democratic Assembly IDS HR: Primorje - Gorski Kotar Alliance PGS HR: Independent Democratic Serbian Party SDSS HR: Social Democratic Party of Croatia SDP HR: Croatian Independent Democrats HR: Leftists of Croatia HR: Socialist Labour Party of Croatia HR: Green Party HR: Greens of Croatia HR: Green Party - Green Alternative HR: Other CY: Democratic Rally - DISI CY: Progressive Party of Working People - AKEL CY: Democratic Party - DIKO CY: Movement for Social Democracy - EDEK CY: European Party - EYROKO CY: Ecological and Environmental Movement CY: Other CY-TCC: Republican Turkish Party - CTP CY-TCC: National Unity Party - UBP CY-TCC: Democratic Party - DP CY-TCC: Communal Democracy Party - TDP CY-TCC: Freedom and Reform Party - ORP CY-TCC: Politics for People Party - HIS CY-TCC: Peoples Party - HP CY-TCC: Cyprus Socialist Party - KSP CY-TCC: United Cyprus Party - BKP CY-TCC: Patriot Cypriot Party - YKP CY-TCC: Other CZ: Party of Common Sense CZ: Czech Movement for National Unity CZ: Balbin Poetic Party CZ: Liberal-Reform Party CZ: Law and Justice CZ: Independents CZ: Czech Right CZ: Czech Crown CZ: Civic Democratic Party CZ: Czech Social Democratic Party CZ: European Democrats - SNK CZ: Freedom Union - Democratic Union CZ: Helax-Ostrava is Having Fun CZ: Right Bloc
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# v264: Value 20315 20316 20317 20318 20319 20320 20321 20322 20323 20324 20325 20396 20801 20802 20803 20804 20805 20806 20807 20808 20809 20810 23301 23302 23303 23304 23305 23306 23307 23308 23309 23310 23311 23396 24601 24602 24603 24604 24605 24606 24607 24608 24696

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label CZ: 4 Visions CZ: Czech National Socialist Party CZ: Moravians CZ: Green Party CZ: Humanistic Party CZ: Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia CZ: Coalition for the Czech Republic CZ: National Party CZ: Folklore and Society CZ: Christian-Democratic Union- Czech and Slovak People Part CZ: Independent Democrats CZ: Other DK: Social Democrats DK: Radical Left Party DK: Conservative Peoples Party DK: Socialist Peoples Party DK: Danish Peoples Party DK: Christian Democrats DK: Venstre, Denmarks Liberal Party DK: New Alliance (Liberal Alliance) DK: Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) DK: Would cast a blank vote EE: Estonian Centrist Party EE: Estonian Reform Party EE: Estonian Peoples Union EE: Pro Patria and Res Publica Union EE: Estonian Social Democratic Party EE: Estonian Green Party EE: Estonian Christian Democrats EE: Estonian Independence Party EE: Estonian Left Party EE: Russian Party in Estonia EE: Estonian Constitution Party EE: Other FI: Center party - KESK FI: National Coalition Party - KOK FI: Social Democratic Party - SDP FI: Left Alliance - VAS FI: Green League - VIHR FI: Christian Democrats - KD FI: Swedish People's Party in Finland - RKP FI: True Finns - PS FI: Other
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# v264: Value 25001 25002 25003 25004 25005 25006 25007 25008 25009 25010 25011 25012 25013 25096 26801 26802 26803 26804 26805 26806 26807 26808 26809 26810 26811 26812 26813 26814 26896 27601 27602 27603 27604 27605 27606 27607 27608 27696 30001 30002 30003 30004 30005

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label FR: Left Wing Extremist Parties (Revolutionnairy Communist L FR: Communist Party FR: Socialist Party FR: Other Left Wing Parties (Radical Leftist Party, Republic FR: Green Party FR: Other Environmentalist Parties FR: Democratic Movement FR: New Centrist Party FR: Hunting, Fishing, Nature, and Tradition FR: Union for a Popular Mouvement FR: Movement for France FR: Right Wing Extremist Parties (National Front, National R FR: Empty ballot FR: Other GE: National movement GE: Labor Party GE: New Rightists Party GE: Republican Party GE: Industrial Party GE: Conservative Party GE: For United Georgia GE: People's Party GE: Georgia's way GE: National Democratic Party GE: Party 'Samartlianoba' (Justice) GE: Christian-Democratic Movement GE: Party of Future GE: Party 'Tavisufleba' (party of freedom movement) GE: Other DE: Christian Democratic Party/Christian Social Union - CDU/ DE: German Social-Democratic Party - SPD DE: German Liberal Party - FDP DE: The Green Party DE: The Left/Party of Democratic Socialism - PDS DE: Republicans DE: German National Party - NPD DE: German Peoples Party - DVU DE: Other GR: New Democracy - ND GR: Pan-Hellenic Socialist Movement - PASOK GR: Communist Party of Greece - KKE GR: Coalition of the Radical Left - SYRIZA GR: Popular Orhtodox Rally - LAOS
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# v264: Value 30096 34801 34802 34803 34804 34805 34806 34807 34808 34809 34810 34896 35201 35202 35203 35204 35205 35206 35207 35296 37201 37202 37203 37204 37205 37206 37207 37208 37296 38001 38002 38003 38004 38005 38006 38007 38008 38009 38010 38011 38012 38013 38014

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label GR: Other HU: Magyar Szocialista Prt - MSZP HU: Fidesz Magyar Polgri Szvetsg Fidesz HU: Szabad Demokratk Szvetsge - SZDSZ HU: Magyar Demokrata Frum - MDF HU: Keresztnydemokrata Npprt - KDNP HU: Centrumprt HU: Magyar Igazsg s let Prtja - MIP HU: Magyar Kommunista Munksprt Munksprt HU: Fggetlen Kisgazda s Polgri Prt - FKGP HU: Jobbik Magyarorszgrt Mozgalom - JOBBIK HU: Other IS: Independence Party IS: Alliance Party IS: Left-Green Movement IS: Progressive Party IS: Liberal Party IS: Citizen Movement IS: Democracy Movement IS: Other IE: Fianna Fail IE: Fine Gael IE: Labour Party IE: Green Party IE: Sinn Fein IE: Progressive Democrats IE: Socialist Party IE: Independents IE: Other IT: Rifondazione e Comunisti Italiani (Lista Anticapitalista IT: Partito Comunista dei Lavoratori (non presente al Sud e IT: Sinistra e Libert IT: Lista Bonino-Pannella IT: Partito Democratico IT: Italia dei Valori - Lista Di Pietro IT: Liberal Democratici Riformisti IT: Unione di Centro (UDC-Rosa Bianca) IT: Il Popolo della Libert IT: Lega Nord (Bossi) IT: Sdtiroler Volkspartei (minoranza tedesca, con Partito IT: Autonomie Libert Dmocratie IT: Valle d'Aoste IT: Polo dell'Autonomia
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# v264: Value 38015 38016 38096 42801 42802 42803 42804 42805 42806 42807 42808 42809 42810 42811 42812 42813 42896 44001 44002 44003 44004 44005 44006 44007 44008 44009 44010 44011 44012 44013 44096 44201 44202 44203 44204 44205 44206 44207 44296 47001 47002 47003 47004

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label IT: Fiamma Tricolore - Destra Sociale IT: Forza Nuova (non presente nelle due isole maggiori) IT: Other LV: The People's Party (Tautas partija) LV: Union of the Green and Farmers (Zalo un Zemnieku savieni LV: The New Era (Jaunais laiks) LV: Concord Centre (Saskanas Centrs) LV: Latvia first party and party Latvian way electoral union LV: For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK LV: Union 'For human rights in united Latvia' LV: Latvian Socialdemocratic Worker Party LV: Political Patriotic Union 'Motherland' LV: Party 'All For Latvia' ('Visu Latvijai!') LV: New Democrats ('Jaunie Demokrati') LV: Society for Political Change LV: Democratic patriotic association LV: Other LT: Labour Party LT: Liberal and Center Union LT: Lithuanian Polish Election action LT: Lithuanian People's Union 'For Just Lithuania' LT: Liberal Union of Lithuanian Republic LT: Lithuanian Russian Union LT: Lithuanian Social Democratic Union LT: Lithuanian Peasants Populist Union LT: New Union (social liberals) LT: Party 'Order and Justice' LT: Citizen's Democracy Party LT: Revival of Nation Party LT: Homeland Union- Lithuanian Christian Democrats LT: Other LU: Kommunistesch Partei Ltzebuerg / Parti Communiste Luxe LU: Di Lnk - La Gauche LU: Di Grng /Les Verts LU: Ltzebuerger Sozialistesch Arbechterpartei / Parti Soci LU: Chrschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei / Parti Chrtien Soc LU: Demokratesch Partei/ Parti Dmocratique (Libral) DP / LU: Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei / Parti rformiste LU: Other MT: Alternattiva Demokratika MT: Azzjoni Nazzjonali MT: Malta Labour Party MT: Partit Nazzjonalista
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# v264: Value 47005 47006 47007 47008 47096 49801 49802 49803 49804 49805 49806 49807 49808 49809 49810 49811 49812 49813 49814 49815 49816 49817 49818 49819 49820 49821 49822 49823 49824 49825 49896 49901 49902 49903 49904 49905 49906 49907 49908 49909 49910 49911 49912

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label MT: Alpha Liberal Democratic Reformist Political Party MT: Alleanza Libaral-Demokratika MT: Forza Malta MT: Imperium Europa MT: Other MD: Democratic Party of Moldova MD: Party of Communists of Moldova MD: Moldova Noastra (Our Moldova) Alliance MD: Agrarian Party of Moldova MD: Socialist Party of Moldova MD: People s Christian Democratic Party MD: Professionals Movement Speranta-Nadejda MD: Liberal Party MD: Social Liberal Party MD: New National Moldovan Party MD: Social-Democratic Party of Moldova MD: Socio-political Movement Forta Noua (New Force) MD: Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova Patria-Ro MD: Socio-political Movement Ravnopravie (Equality) MD: Environmental Party of Moldova Green Alliance MD: Liberal Democrat Party from Moldova MD: Republican Popular Party MD: Republican Party of Moldova MD: Labor Union Patria-Rodina MD: Centrist Union of Moldova MD: Party of Spiritual Development Moldova Unita (United Mol MD: Social Democracy Party of Moldova MD: Conservative Party MD: National Liberal Party MD: Socio-political Movement for Nation and Country MD: Other ME: Democratic Party of Socialists DPS ME: Social Democratic Party - SDP ME: Movement for Changes - RCC ME: Serbian People's Party - SNS ME: Socialist People's Party - SNP ME: People's Party - NS ME: Bosniak Party - BS ME: Croatian Civic Initiative HGI ME: Liberal Party of Monten- egro - LPCG ME: Serbian Democratic Party - DS ME: Serbian Radical Party Dr. Vojislav Seselj - SRS ME: People's Socialist Party of Montenegro - NS
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# v264: Value 49913 49914 49915 49916 49996 52801 52802 52803 52804 52805 52806 52807 52808 52809 52810 52811 52896 57801 57802 57803 57804 57805 57806 57807 57808 57896 61601 61602 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61608 61609 61610 61611 61612 61613 61696 62001 62002 62003

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label ME: Democratic Party of Unity Democratic Alliance in Montene ME: Democratic Alliance in Montenegro - DSCG ME: Democratic Union of Albanians - DUA ME: Albanian alernativa - AA ME: Other NL: Christian Democratic Party - CDA NL: Labour Party - PvdA NL: Socialist Party - SP NL: Liberals - VVD NL: Party for Freedom - PVV NL: Green/Left (GroenLinks) NL: Christian Union (ChristenUnie) NL: Democrats 66 - D66 NL: Reformed Party - SGpP NL: Party for the animals - PvdD NL: Group Verdonk\Proud of the Netherlands NL: Other NO: Labour Party dna NO: Progress Party FrP NO: Conservative Party H NO: Christian Democratic Party KrF NO: Red NO: Centre Party Sp NO: Socialist Left Party SV NO: Liberal Party V NO: Other PL: National Party of Rentners and Pensioners - KPEiR PL: League of Polish Families - LPR PL: Democratic Party - PD PL: Party of Women - PK PL: Civic Platform - PO PL: Polish Labour Party - PPP PL: Polish Peasant Party - PSL PL: Law and Justice - PiS PL: Self-defense - SRP PL: Socialdemocracy of Poland - SDPL PL: Union of Left Democracy - SLD PL: Union of Real Politics - UPR PL: Union of Work - UPR PL: Other PT: Bloco de Esquerda PT: Social democratic Center - Popular Party - CDS/PP PT: Portuguese Communist Party - CDU/PCP
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# v264: Value 62004 62005 62006 62007 62008 62096 64201 64202 64203 64204 64205 64206 64207 64208 64209 64296 64301 64302 64303 64304 64305 64306 64307 64308 64309 64310 64311 64396 68801 68802 68803 68804 68805 68806 68807 68808 68809 68810 68811 68812 68813 68814 68815

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label PT: Communist Party of Portuguese Workers - MRPP PT: Social Democratic Party - PPD/PSD PT: Socialist Party - PS PT: Revolutionary Socialist Party - PSR PT: People's Democratic Union - UDP PT: Other RO: Partidul Democrat-Liberal RO: Partidul Social Democrat RO: Partidul National Liberal RO: Partidul Noua Generatie-Crestin Democrat RO: Uniunea Democrata a Maghiarilor din Romnia RO: Partidul Romnia Mare RO: Partidul Conservator RO: Partidul Initiativa Nationala RO: Partidul National Crestin Democrat RO: Other RU: Agrarian Party of Russia - APR RU: Civil Force RU: Democratic Party of Russia - DPR RU: United Russia RU: Communist Party of Russian Federation - CPRF RU: Liberal Democratic Party of Russia - LDPR RU: Patriots of Russia RU: Fair Russia RU: The Union of Right Forces - SPS RU: Social Justice Party RU: Yabloko RU: Other RS: Democratic Party - DS RS: Democratic Party of Serbia - DSS RS: Serbian Radical Party - SRS RS: G17+ RS: Liberal Democratic Party - LDP RS: New Serbia - NS RS: Movement Strenght of Serbia - PSS RS: Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - SVM RS: League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina - LSV RS: United Serbia - JS RS: Party for Democratic Progress - PDP RS: Party for Democratic Action - PDD RS: Roma Union of Serbia - UPR RS: Roma Party - RP RS: Socialist Party of Serbia - SPS
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# v264: Value 68816 68817 68818 68819 68820 68821 68822 68823 68824 68825 68896 70301 70302 70303 70304 70305 70306 70307 70308 70309 70396 70501 70502 70503 70504 70505 70506 70507 70508 70509 70596 72401 72402 72403 72404 72405 72406 72407 72408 72409 72410 72411 72412

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label RS: Stranka demokratske akcije - SDA RS: Sanjak Democratic Party - SDP RS: Serbian Democratic Renewal Movement - SDPP RS: Social Democratic Union - SDU RS: Christian Democratic Party of Serbia - DHSS RS: Democratic League of Croats in Vojvodina - DSHV RS: Bosniac Democratic Party of Sanjak - BDSS RS: Social-Liberal Party of Sanjak - SLPS RS: Party of United Pensioners of Serbia - PUPS RS: Serbian Renewal Movement - SPO RS: Other SK: Aliancia noveho obcana - ANO SK: Komunisticka strana Slovenska - KSS SK: Krestanskodemokraticke hnutie - KDH SK: Ludova strana-Hnutie za demokraticke Slovensko - LS-HZDS SK: Slobodne forum - SF SK: Slovenska demokraticka a krestanska unia-Demokraticka st SK: Slovenska narodna strana - SNS SK: SMER - Socialna demokracia - SMER SK: Strana madarskej koalicie - SMK SK: Other SI: Demokratska stranka upokojencev SI: Liberalna demokracija Slovenije SI: Slovenska ljudska stranka SI: Slovenska nacionalna stranka SI: Slovenska demokratska stranka SI: Nova Slovenija - Krcanska ljudska stranka SI: Socialni demokrati SI: Stranka nove politike SI: LIPA SI: Other ES: Partido Socialista Obrero Espaol - PSOE ES: Partido Popular - PP ES: Izquierda Unida - IU ES: Bloque nacionalista galego - BNG ES: Coalicin Canaria - CC ES: Unin del Pueblo Navarro - UPN ES: Convergencia Democrtica de Navarra - CDN ES: Partido Nacionalista Vasco - PNV ES: Eusko Alkartasuna - EA ES: Accin Nacionalista Vasca - ANV ES: Nafarroa Bai - NaBai ES: Chunta Aragonesista - CHA
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# v264: Value 72413 72414 72415 72416 72417 72496 75201 75202 75203 75204 75205 75206 75207 75296 75601 75602 75603 75604 75605 75606 75607 75608 75609 75610 75611 75612 75613 75696 79201 79202 79203 79204 79205 79206 79207 79208 79209 79210 79296 80401 80402 80403 80404

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label ES: Verts - IC ES: Convergencia i Uni CIu ES: Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya - ERC ES: Partido Andalucista - PA ES: UPyD ES: Other SE: Center party (C) SE: Liberal party (FP) SE: Christian Democratic party (KD) SE: Green party (MP) SE: Moderate party (M) SE: Social democratic party (S) SE: Left wing party (V) SE: Other CH: Radicals CH: Christian democrats CH: Socialist party CH: Swiss people party CH: Liberal party CH: Christian-social CH: Swiss labor party CH: Green party CH: Green liberal party CH: Swiss democrats CH: Federal Democratic Union CH: Evangelical People's Party CH: Ticino League CH: Other TR: Justice and Development Party AKP TR: Motherland Party ANAP TR: Great Union Party BBP TR: Republican People's Party CHP TR: Democrat Party DP TR: Demokratik Sol Parti DSP TR: Democratic Society Party DTP TR: Nationalist Action Party MHP TR: Felicite Party SP TR: Social Democrat People's Party SHP TR: Other UA: Communist party of Ukraine UA: Progressive Socialist party of Ukraine UA: Socialist party of Ukraine UA: Party of Regions
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# v264: Value 80405 80406 80407 80408 80409 80410 80496 80701 80702 80703 80704 80705 80706 80707 80708 80709 80710 80711 80712 80713 80714 80715 80716 80717 80718 80719 80720 80721 80722 80723 80724 80725 80796 82601 82602 82603 82604 82605 82606 82696 90901 90902 90903

which political party would you vote for (Q75a)


Label UA: Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc UA: People's Self-Defense Bloc UA: Lytvyn Bloc UA: United Centre party UA: Our Ukraine Bloc UA: All Ukrainian Union 'Freedom' UA: Other MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democra MK: Social-Democratic Aliance of Macedonia SDAM MK: Democratic Party of Albanians - Political Party of Ethni MK: Democratic Unioun for Integration - Political Party of E MK: Liberal Party LP MK: New Social-Democratic Party NSDP MK: Socialistic Party of Macedonia SPM MK: Democratic Union DU MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Peoples MK: Liberal-Democratic Party LDP MK: Party for Democratic Prosperity - Ethnic Albanian Party MK: Movement for Restoration of Macedonia MRM MK: Party for European Future PEF MK: Democratic Party of Serbs - Political Party of Ethnic Se MK: New Alternative NA MK: Party for Entire Emancipation of Romas in Macedonia - Po MK: Party for Economic Restoration PER MK: Party for Democratic Action - Islamic way - Political Pa MK: Democratic Party of Turcs - Political Party of Ethnic Tu MK: Democratic Union of Albanians - Political Party of Ethni MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Genuine MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Macedon MK: Secret Macedonia Revolutionary Organization SMRO MK: Peoples Democratic Party - Political Party of Ethnic Alb MK: Democratic Party of Vlach`s - Political Party of Ethnic MK: Other GB-GBN: Conservative Party CON GB-GBN: Labour Party LAB GB-GBN: Liberal Democrat Party LD GB-GBN: Plaid Cymru PC GB-GBN: Scottish National Party SNP GB-GBN: Green Party GRN GB-GBN: Other GB-NIR: Democratic Unionist Party - DUP GB-NIR: Sinn Fein GB-NIR: Social Democratic and Labour Party - SDLP
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# v264: Value 90904 90905 90906 90907 90908 90909 90910 90911 90912 90996 91501 91502 91503 91504 91505 91506 91507 91508 91509 91510 91511 91512 91513 91514 91515 91516 91517 91518 91519 91596 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

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Label GB-NIR: Alliance Party GB-NIR: Ulster Unionist Party - UUP GB-NIR: Progressive Unionist Party - PUP GB-NIR: UK Unionist Party GB-NIR: Conservative GB-NIR: Workers Party GB-NIR: Socialist Environmentalist Alliance GB-NIR: Socialist Party GB-NIR: Green Party GB-NIR: Other RS-KM: Democratic Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Democratic League of Kosovo RS-KM: New Kosovo Alliance RS-KM: Democratic League of Dardania-Albanian Christian Demo RS-KM: Alliance for the Future of Kosovo RS-KM: Reformist Party ORA RS-KM: Party of Justice RS-KM: Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Vakat Coalition RS-KM: Independent Liberal Party RS-KM: Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija RS-KM: Serb People's Party RS-KM: New Democracy RS-KM: Civic Initiative of Gora RS-KM: Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party RS-KM: New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo RS-KM: Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and M RS-KM: United Roma Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Other other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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# v264_LR: Information

which political party would you vote for - left/right scale (Q75a)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=36190 /-] [Invalid=31596 /-] POLITICAL PARTY: LEFT-RIGHT SCALE - HARMONIZED VARIABLE [Q75: If there was a general election tomorrow, can you tell me if you would vote?] Q75a &#60;SHOW CARD 75a&#62; IF YES: which party would you vote for? -5 other missing
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Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

# v264_LR:

which political party would you vote for - left/right scale (Q75a)
-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 left 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 right Note: Harmonized variable: country-specific categories have been recoded according to the placement of national political parties on a left-right scale as delivered by country. For more detailed information, see Method Report. For country-specific variable, see v264. Iceland: The scale for political parties position on left/right scale given by the Programme Director ranged from 0 to 10. The scale asked for in Methodological Questionnaire ranged from 1 to 10. For adjusting the Islandic 11-point Likert scale to the standard 10-point Likert scale the value 0.1 was subtracted from all Islandic values.

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v265:

Label left right other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

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which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 801-91596] [Missing=*] [Valid=5264 /-] [Invalid=62522 /-] [Q75: If there was a general election tomorrow, can you tell me if you would vote?] Q75b &#60;SHOW CARD 75b&#62; IF NO: Which party appeals to you most? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 801 AL: The Socialist Party of Albania - PSSH 802 AL: The Social Democratic Party of Albania - PSD 803 AL: The Social Democracy Party of Albania - PDSSH 804 AL: The Socialist Movement for Integration - LSI 805 AL: The Liberal Democracy Party - PDL 806 AL: The Democratic Alliance Party - PAD 807 AL: Union for Human Rights Party - PBDNJ 808 AL: The Environmentalist Agrarian Party - PAA 809 AL: The Democratic Party of Albania - PD 810 AL: The New Democratic Party - PDR 811 AL: Reformed Democratic Party 812 AL: Republican Party of Albania - PR 813 AL: The Christian Democratic Party of Albania - PDK 814 AL: National Front Party - PBK 815 AL: Movement for Legality Party - PLL 896 AL: Other 3101 AZ: New Azerbaijan Party
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3102 AZ: Musavat/Equality Party 3103 AZ: Azerbaijan Democratic Party 3104 AZ: Popular Front Party 3105 AZ: National Independence Party 3106 AZ: Azerbaijan Liberal Party 3107 AZ: Social-Democratic Party 3108 AZ: Communist Party 3109 AZ: Justice Party 3110 AZ: Civic Solidarity Party 3111 AZ: Motherland Party 3112 AZ: Azerbaijan Hope Party 3113 AZ: Social Prosperity Party 3114 AZ: Azerbaijan Party of Democratic Reform 3115 AZ: Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party 3116 AZ: Great Order Party 3117 AZ: Civil Union Party 3196 AZ: Other 4001 AT: Social Democratic Party of Austria- SP 4002 AT: Austrian People&#39;s Party - VP 4003 AT: Austrian Freedom Party - FP 4004 AT: The Austrian Greens\Die Grnen 4005 AT: Liberal Forum\Liberales Forum 4006 AT: Communist Party of Austria - KP 4007 AT: Alliance for the Future of Austria - BZ 4008 AT: Dr. Martins List - For Democracy, Control, Justice\Liste Hans Peter Martin 4096 AT: Other 5101 AM: Armenian Revolutionary Federation 5102 AM: Communist Party of Armenia 5103 AM: Impeachment Alliance 5104 AM: National Democratic Union 5105 AM: National Unity 5106 AM: New Times 5107 AM: Heritage Party 5108 AM: Pan-Armenian National Movement 5109 AM: Peoples Party of Armenia 5110 AM: People&#39;s Party 5111 AM: Prosperous Armenia 5112 AM: Republican Party of Armenia 5113 AM: Republic 5114 AM: Rule of Law 5115 AM: Dashink&#39; Party 5116 AM: United Labour Party 5196 AM: Other 5601 BE: Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams - CD&#38;V 5602 BE: Vlaamse Liberalen en Democraten Open - VLD 5603 BE: Socialisten en Progressieven Anders - SP.A 5604 BE: Vlaams Belang 5605 BE: Groen! 5606 BE: Lijst Dedecker 5607 BE: Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie - N-VA 5608 BE: Sociaal Liberale Partij - SLP 5609 BE: Parti Socialiste - PS 5610 BE: Mouvement Rformateur - MR 5611 BE: Centre Dmocrate Humaniste - CDH 5612 BE: Ecolo Ecolo 5613 BE: Front National - FN 5614 BE: Parti du Travail de Belgique - Unit Antifasciste - PTB-UA 5615 BE: Libral Dmocrate - LiD 5617 BE: Blank 5618 BE: Invalid 5696 BE: Other 7001 BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilovic - BPS 7002 BA: Party for BiH - SBiH 7003 BA: Croatian Christian Democratic Union of BiH - HKDU 7004 BA: Social-Democratic Party - SDP 7005 BA: Serbian Radical Party of RS - SRS RS 7006 BA: Croatian Party of Rights - HSP 7007 BA: Croatian Party of Rights Dr. Jurisic Djapic
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7008 BA: Serbian Democratic Party - SDS 7009 BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Party of Rights - BSP 7010 BA: Croatian Democratic Union - HDZ 7011 BA: Croatian Democratic Union 1990 Croatian Unity - HDZ 1990 7012 BA: Democratic People&#39;s Unity of BiH - DNZ 7013 BA: Bosnian Party - Mirnes Ajanovic - BOSS 7014 BA: Socialistic Party - SP 7015 BA: Party of Democratic Action - SDA 7016 BA: Croatian Peasants Party - HSS 7017 BA: New Croatian Initiative - NHI 7018 BA: Party of Democratic Progress - PDP 7019 BA: Liberal Democratic Party - LDS 7020 BA: People`s Party Work for Progress - NSRzB 7021 BA: The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats - SNSD 7022 BA: Bosnia-Podrinje People&#39;s - Party 7023 BA: Social-Democratic Union - SDU 7024 BA: Democratic Movement of the Srpska - DEPOS 7025 BA: Party of Pensioners of BiH 7096 BA: Other 10001 BG: National Union Attack 10002 BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People&#39;s Union Alexander Stambolijski 10003 BG: Bulgarian Social Democratic Party 10004 BG: Bulgarian Socialist Party 10005 BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People&#39;s Union 10006 BG: Communist Party of Bulgaria 10007 BG: Democratic Party 10008 BG: Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria 10009 BG: Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria 10010 BG: Green Party of Bulgaria 10011 BG: Movement for an Equal Public Model 10012 BG: George&#39;s Day Movement 10013 BG: Movement for Rights and Freedoms 10014 BG: National Movement for Stability and Progress 10015 BG: Novoto Vreme (New Age) Party 10016 BG: Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats 10017 BG: Bulgarian Women&#39;s Party 10018 BG: Roma party 10019 BG: Euro-Roma party 10020 BG: Political Movement Social Democrats 10021 BG: Union of Democratic Forces 10022 BG: Union of Free Democrats 10023 BG: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Bulgarian National Movement 10096 BG: Other 11201 BY: Liberal Democratic Party 11202 BY: Belarusian Social Sports Party 11203 BY: Belarusian Party &#39;The Greens&#39; [&#39;Zyalyoniya&#39;] 11204 BY: Social-Democratic Party of People&#39;s Concord [Narodnai Zgody] 11205 BY: Agrarian Party 11206 BY: Republican Party 11207 BY: Conservative Christian Party of the Belarusian People&#39;s Front 11208 BY: Belarusian People&#39;s Front Party 11209 BY: Republican Party of Labor and Justice 11210 BY: Party of Communists Belarusian 11211 BY: United Civic Party 11212 BY: Belarusian Patriotic Party 11213 BY: Party Belarusian Social-Democratic Assembly [Hramada] 11214 BY: Belarusian Social-Democratic Party (People&#39;s Assembly) [Nardonaya Hramada] 11215 BY: Communist Party of Belarus 11216 BY: Supporters of the political policy of the President of the Republic of Belarus A.G. Lukashenko 11296 BY: Other 19101 HR: Croatian Democratic Union HDZ 19102 HR: Croatian People&#39;s Party - Liberal Democrats HNS 19103 HR: Croatian Peasant Party HSS 19104 HR: Croatian Social Liberal Party HSLS 19105 HR: Croatian Party of Rights HSP 19106 HR: Croatian Party of Pensioners HSU 19107 HR: Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja HDSSB 19108 HR: Istrian Democratic Assembly IDS
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19109 HR: Primorje - Gorski Kotar Alliance PGS 19110 HR: Independent Democratic Serbian Party SDSS 19111 HR: Social Democratic Party of Croatia SDP 19112 HR: Croatian Independent Democrats 19113 HR: Leftists of Croatia 19114 HR: Socialist Labour Party of Croatia 19115 HR: Green Party 19116 HR: Greens of Croatia 19117 HR: Green Party - Green Alternative 19196 HR: Other 19601 CY: Democratic Rally - DISI 19602 CY: Progressive Party of Working People - AKEL 19603 CY: Democratic Party - DIKO 19604 CY: Movement for Social Democracy - EDEK 19605 CY: European Party - EYROKO 19606 CY: Ecological and Environmental Movement 19696 CY: Other 19701 CY-TCC: Republican Turkish Party - CTP 19702 CY-TCC: National Unity Party - UBP 19703 CY-TCC: Democratic Party - DP 19704 CY-TCC: Communal Democracy Party - TDP 19705 CY-TCC: Freedom and Reform Party - ORP 19706 CY-TCC: Politics for People Party - HIS 19707 CY-TCC: Peoples Party - HP 19708 CY-TCC: Cyprus Socialist Party - KSP 19709 CY-TCC: United Cyprus Party - BKP 19710 CY-TCC: Patriot Cypriot Party - YKP 19796 CY-TCC: Other 20301 CZ: Party of Common Sense 20302 CZ: Czech Movement for National Unity 20303 CZ: Balbin Poetic Party 20304 CZ: Liberal-Reform Party 20305 CZ: Law and Justice 20306 CZ: Independents 20307 CZ: Czech Right 20308 CZ: Czech Crown 20309 CZ: Civic Democratic Party 20310 CZ: Czech Social Democratic Party 20311 CZ: European Democrats - SNK 20312 CZ: Freedom Union - Democratic Union 20313 CZ: Helax-Ostrava is Having Fun 20314 CZ: Right Bloc 20315 CZ: 4 Visions 20316 CZ: Czech National Socialist Party 20317 CZ: Moravians 20318 CZ: Green Party 20319 CZ: Humanistic Party 20320 CZ: Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 20321 CZ: Coalition for the Czech Republic 20322 CZ: National Party 20323 CZ: Folklore and Society 20324 CZ: Christian-Democratic Union- Czech and Slovak People Party 20325 CZ: Independent Democrats 20396 CZ: Other 20801 DK: Social Democrats 20802 DK: Radical Left Party 20803 DK: Conservative Peoples Party 20804 DK: Socialist Peoples Party 20805 DK: Danish Peoples Party 20806 DK: Christian Democrats 20807 DK: Venstre, Denmarks Liberal Party 20808 DK: New Alliance (Liberal Alliance) 20809 DK: Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) 20810 DK: Would cast a blank vote 23301 EE: Estonian Centrist Party 23302 EE: Estonian Reform Party 23303 EE: Estonian Peoples Union 23304 EE: Pro Patria and Res Publica Union
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23305 EE: Estonian Social Democratic Party 23306 EE: Estonian Green Party 23307 EE: Estonian Christian Democrats 23308 EE: Estonian Independence Party 23309 EE: Estonian Left Party 23310 EE: Russian Party in Estonia 23311 EE: Estonian Constitution Party 23396 EE: Other 24601 FI: Center party - KESK 24602 FI: National Coalition Party - KOK 24603 FI: Social Democratic Party - SDP 24604 FI: Left Alliance - VAS 24605 FI: Green League - VIHR 24606 FI: Christian Democrats - KD 24607 FI: Swedish People&#39;s Party in Finland - RKP 24608 FI: True Finns - PS 24696 FI: Other 25001 FR: Left Wing Extremist Parties (Revolutionnairy Communist League, Labour Class Combat, Workers Party - PT) 25002 FR: Communist Party 25003 FR: Socialist Party 25004 FR: Other Left Wing Parties (Radical Leftist Party, Republicain&#39;s and Citizen&#39;s Movement) 25005 FR: Green Party 25006 FR: Other Environmentalist Parties 25007 FR: Democratic Movement 25008 FR: New Centrist Party 25009 FR: Hunting, Fishing, Nature, and Tradition 25010 FR: Union for a Popular Mouvement 25011 FR: Movement for France 25012 FR: Right Wing Extremist Parties (National Front, National Republicain Movement) 25013 FR: Empty ballot 25096 FR: Other 26801 GE: National movement 26802 GE: Labor Party 26803 GE: New Rightists Party 26804 GE: Republican Party 26805 GE: Industrial Party 26806 GE: Conservative Party 26807 GE: For United Georgia 26808 GE: People&#39;s Party 26809 GE: Georgia&#39;s way 26810 GE: National Democratic Party 26811 GE: Party &#39;Samartlianoba&#39; (Justice) 26812 GE: Christian-Democratic Movement 26813 GE: Party of Future 26814 GE: Party &#39;Tavisufleba&#39; (party of freedom movement) 26896 GE: Other 27601 DE: Christian Democratic Party/Christian Social Union - CDU/CSU 27602 DE: German Social-Democratic Party - SPD 27603 DE: German Liberal Party - FDP 27604 DE: The Green Party 27605 DE: The Left/Party of Democratic Socialism - PDS 27606 DE: Republicans 27607 DE: German National Party - NPD 27608 DE: German Peoples Party - DVU 27696 DE: Other 30001 GR: New Democracy - ND 30002 GR: Pan-Hellenic Socialist Movement - PASOK 30003 GR: Communist Party of Greece - KKE 30004 GR: Coalition of the Radical Left - SYRIZA 30005 GR: Popular Orhtodox Rally - LAOS 30096 GR: Other 34801 HU: Magyar Szocialista Prt - MSZP 34802 HU: Fidesz Magyar Polgri Szvetsg Fidesz 34803 HU: Szabad Demokratk Szvetsge - SZDSZ 34804 HU: Magyar Demokrata Frum - MDF 34805 HU: Keresztnydemokrata Npprt - KDNP 34806 HU: Centrumprt 34807 HU: Magyar Igazsg s let Prtja - MIP
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34808 HU: Magyar Kommunista Munksprt Munksprt 34809 HU: Fggetlen Kisgazda s Polgri Prt - FKGP 34810 HU: Jobbik Magyarorszgrt Mozgalom - JOBBIK 34896 HU: Other 35201 IS: Independence Party 35202 IS: Alliance Party 35203 IS: Left-Green Movement 35204 IS: Progressive Party 35205 IS: Liberal Party 35206 IS: Citizen Movement 35207 IS: Democracy Movement 35296 IS: Other 37201 IE: Fianna Fail 37202 IE: Fine Gael 37203 IE: Labour Party 37204 IE: Green Party 37205 IE: Sinn Fein 37206 IE: Progressive Democrats 37207 IE: Socialist Party 37208 IE: Independents 37296 IE: Other 38001 IT: Rifondazione e Comunisti Italiani (Lista Anticapitalista) 38002 IT: Partito Comunista dei Lavoratori (non presente al Sud e nelle isole) 38003 IT: Sinistra e Libert 38004 IT: Lista Bonino-Pannella 38005 IT: Partito Democratico 38006 IT: Italia dei Valori - Lista Di Pietro 38007 IT: Liberal Democratici Riformisti 38008 IT: Unione di Centro (UDC-Rosa Bianca) 38009 IT: Il Popolo della Libert 38010 IT: Lega Nord (Bossi) 38011 IT: Sdtiroler Volkspartei (minoranza tedesca, con Partito Autonomista Trentino Tirolese) 38012 IT: Autonomie Libert Dmocratie 38013 IT: Valle d&#39;Aoste 38014 IT: Polo dell&#39;Autonomia 38015 IT: Fiamma Tricolore - Destra Sociale 38016 IT: Forza Nuova (non presente nelle due isole maggiori) 38096 IT: Other 42801 LV: The People&#39;s Party (Tautas partija) 42802 LV: Union of the Green and Farmers (Zalo un Zemnieku savieniba) 42803 LV: The New Era (Jaunais laiks) 42804 LV: Concord Centre (Saskanas Centrs) 42805 LV: Latvia first party and party Latvian way electoral union 42806 LV: For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK 42807 LV: Union &#39;For human rights in united Latvia&#39; 42808 LV: Latvian Socialdemocratic Worker Party 42809 LV: Political Patriotic Union &#39;Motherland&#39; 42810 LV: Party &#39;All For Latvia&#39; (&#39;Visu Latvijai!&#39;) 42811 LV: New Democrats (&#39;Jaunie Demokrati&#39;) 42812 LV: Society for Political Change 42813 LV: Democratic patriotic association 42896 LV: Other 44001 LT: Labour Party 44002 LT: Liberal and Center Union 44003 LT: Lithuanian Polish Election action 44004 LT: Lithuanian People&#39;s Union &#39;For Just Lithuania&#39; 44005 LT: Liberal Union of Lithuanian Republic 44006 LT: Lithuanian Russian Union 44007 LT: Lithuanian Social Democratic Union 44008 LT: Lithuanian Peasants Populist Union 44009 LT: New Union (social liberals) 44010 LT: Party &#39;Order and Justice&#39; 44011 LT: Citizen&#39;s Democracy Party 44012 LT: Revival of Nation Party 44013 LT: Homeland Union- Lithuanian Christian Democrats 44096 LT: Other 44201 LU: Kommunistesch Partei Ltzebuerg / Parti Communiste Luxembourgeois KPL / PCL 44202 LU: Di Lnk - La Gauche
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44203 LU: Di Grng /Les Verts 44204 LU: Ltzebuerger Sozialistesch Arbechterpartei / Parti Socialiste Ouvrier Luxembourgeois LSAP / POSL 44205 LU: Chrschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei / Parti Chrtien Social CSV / PCS 44206 LU: Demokratesch Partei/ Parti Dmocratique (Libral) DP / PD 44207 LU: Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei / Parti rformiste dalternative dmocratique ADR 44296 LU: Other 47001 MT: Alternattiva Demokratika 47002 MT: Azzjoni Nazzjonali 47003 MT: Malta Labour Party 47004 MT: Partit Nazzjonalista 47005 MT: Alpha Liberal Democratic Reformist Political Party 47006 MT: Alleanza Libaral-Demokratika 47007 MT: Forza Malta 47008 MT: Imperium Europa 47096 MT: Other 49801 MD: Democratic Party of Moldova 49802 MD: Party of Communists of Moldova 49803 MD: Moldova Noastra (Our Moldova) Alliance 49804 MD: Agrarian Party of Moldova 49805 MD: Socialist Party of Moldova 49806 MD: People s Christian Democratic Party 49807 MD: Professionals Movement Speranta-Nadejda 49808 MD: Liberal Party 49809 MD: Social Liberal Party 49810 MD: New National Moldovan Party 49811 MD: Social-Democratic Party of Moldova 49812 MD: Socio-political Movement Forta Noua (New Force) 49813 MD: Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova Patria-Rodina 49814 MD: Socio-political Movement Ravnopravie (Equality) 49815 MD: Environmental Party of Moldova Green Alliance 49816 MD: Liberal Democrat Party from Moldova 49817 MD: Republican Popular Party 49818 MD: Republican Party of Moldova 49819 MD: Labor Union Patria-Rodina 49820 MD: Centrist Union of Moldova 49821 MD: Party of Spiritual Development Moldova Unita (United Moldova) 49822 MD: Social Democracy Party of Moldova 49823 MD: Conservative Party 49824 MD: National Liberal Party 49825 MD: Socio-political Movement for Nation and Country 49896 MD: Other 49901 ME: Democratic Party of Socialists DPS 49902 ME: Social Democratic Party - SDP 49903 ME: Movement for Changes - RCC 49904 ME: Serbian People&#39;s Party - SNS 49905 ME: Socialist People&#39;s Party - SNP 49906 ME: People&#39;s Party - NS 49907 ME: Bosniak Party - BS 49908 ME: Croatian Civic Initiative HGI 49909 ME: Liberal Party of Monten- egro - LPCG 49910 ME: Serbian Democratic Party - DS 49911 ME: Serbian Radical Party Dr. Vojislav Seselj - SRS 49912 ME: People&#39;s Socialist Party of Montenegro - NS 49913 ME: Democratic Party of Unity Democratic Alliance in Montenegro - DSJ 49914 ME: Democratic Alliance in Montenegro - DSCG 49915 ME: Democratic Union of Albanians - DUA 49916 ME: Albanian alernativa - AA 49996 ME: Other 52801 NL: Christian Democratic Party - CDA 52802 NL: Labour Party - PvdA 52803 NL: Socialist Party - SP 52804 NL: Liberals - VVD 52805 NL: Party for Freedom - PVV 52806 NL: Green/Left (GroenLinks) 52807 NL: Christian Union (ChristenUnie) 52808 NL: Democrats 66 - D66 52809 NL: Reformed Party - SGpP 52810 NL: Party for the animals - PvdD
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52811 NL: Group Verdonk\Proud of the Netherlands 52896 NL: Other 57801 NO: Labour Party dna 57802 NO: Progress Party FrP 57803 NO: Conservative Party H 57804 NO: Christian Democratic Party KrF 57805 NO: Red 57806 NO: Centre Party Sp 57807 NO: Socialist Left Party SV 57808 NO: Liberal Party V 57896 NO: Other 61601 PL: National Party of Rentners and Pensioners - KPEiR 61602 PL: League of Polish Families - LPR 61603 PL: Democratic Party - PD 61604 PL: Party of Women - PK 61605 PL: Civic Platform - PO 61606 PL: Polish Labour Party - PPP 61607 PL: Polish Peasant Party - PSL 61608 PL: Law and Justice - PiS 61609 PL: Self-defense - SRP 61610 PL: Socialdemocracy of Poland - SDPL 61611 PL: Union of Left Democracy - SLD 61612 PL: Union of Real Politics - UPR 61613 PL: Union of Work - UPR 61696 PL: Other 62001 PT: Bloco de Esquerda 62002 PT: Social democratic Center - Popular Party - CDS/PP 62003 PT: Portuguese Communist Party - CDU/PCP 62004 PT: Communist Party of Portuguese Workers - MRPP 62005 PT: Social Democratic Party - PPD/PSD 62006 PT: Socialist Party - PS 62007 PT: Revolutionary Socialist Party - PSR 62008 PT: People&#39;s Democratic Union - UDP 62096 PT: Other 64201 RO: Partidul Democrat-Liberal 64202 RO: Partidul Social Democrat 64203 RO: Partidul National Liberal 64204 RO: Partidul Noua Generatie-Crestin Democrat 64205 RO: Uniunea Democrata a Maghiarilor din Romnia 64206 RO: Partidul Romnia Mare 64207 RO: Partidul Conservator 64208 RO: Partidul Initiativa Nationala 64209 RO: Partidul National Crestin Democrat 64296 RO: Other 64301 RU: Agrarian Party of Russia - APR 64302 RU: Civil Force 64303 RU: Democratic Party of Russia - DPR 64304 RU: United Russia 64305 RU: Communist Party of Russian Federation - CPRF 64306 RU: Liberal Democratic Party of Russia - LDPR 64307 RU: Patriots of Russia 64308 RU: Fair Russia 64309 RU: The Union of Right Forces - SPS 64310 RU: Social Justice Party 64311 RU: Yabloko 64396 RU: Other 68801 RS: Democratic Party - DS 68802 RS: Democratic Party of Serbia - DSS 68803 RS: Serbian Radical Party - SRS 68804 RS: G17+ 68805 RS: Liberal Democratic Party - LDP 68806 RS: New Serbia - NS 68807 RS: Movement Strenght of Serbia - PSS 68808 RS: Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - SVM 68809 RS: League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina - LSV 68810 RS: United Serbia - JS 68811 RS: Party for Democratic Progress - PDP 68812 RS: Party for Democratic Action - PDD
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68813 RS: Roma Union of Serbia - UPR 68814 RS: Roma Party - RP 68815 RS: Socialist Party of Serbia - SPS 68816 RS: Stranka demokratske akcije - SDA 68817 RS: Sanjak Democratic Party - SDP 68818 RS: Serbian Democratic Renewal Movement - SDPP 68819 RS: Social Democratic Union - SDU 68820 RS: Christian Democratic Party of Serbia - DHSS 68821 RS: Democratic League of Croats in Vojvodina - DSHV 68822 RS: Bosniac Democratic Party of Sanjak - BDSS 68823 RS: Social-Liberal Party of Sanjak - SLPS 68824 RS: Party of United Pensioners of Serbia - PUPS 68825 RS: Serbian Renewal Movement - SPO 68896 RS: Other 70301 SK: Aliancia noveho obcana - ANO 70302 SK: Komunisticka strana Slovenska - KSS 70303 SK: Krestanskodemokraticke hnutie - KDH 70304 SK: Ludova strana-Hnutie za demokraticke Slovensko - LS-HZDS 70305 SK: Slobodne forum - SF 70306 SK: Slovenska demokraticka a krestanska unia-Demokraticka strana - SdkU-DS 70307 SK: Slovenska narodna strana - SNS 70308 SK: SMER - Socialna demokracia - SMER 70309 SK: Strana madarskej koalicie - SMK 70396 SK: Other 70501 SI: Demokratska stranka upokojencev 70502 SI: Liberalna demokracija Slovenije 70503 SI: Slovenska ljudska stranka 70504 SI: Slovenska nacionalna stranka 70505 SI: Slovenska demokratska stranka 70506 SI: Nova Slovenija - Krcanska ljudska stranka 70507 SI: Socialni demokrati 70508 SI: Stranka nove politike 70509 SI: LIPA 70596 SI: Other 72401 ES: Partido Socialista Obrero Espaol - PSOE 72402 ES: Partido Popular - PP 72403 ES: Izquierda Unida - IU 72404 ES: Bloque nacionalista galego - BNG 72405 ES: Coalicin Canaria - CC 72406 ES: Unin del Pueblo Navarro - UPN 72407 ES: Convergencia Democrtica de Navarra - CDN 72408 ES: Partido Nacionalista Vasco - PNV 72409 ES: Eusko Alkartasuna - EA 72410 ES: Accin Nacionalista Vasca - ANV 72411 ES: Nafarroa Bai - NaBai 72412 ES: Chunta Aragonesista - CHA 72413 ES: Verts - IC 72414 ES: Convergencia i Uni CIu 72415 ES: Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya - ERC 72416 ES: Partido Andalucista - PA 72417 ES: UPyD 72496 ES: Other 75201 SE: Center party (C) 75202 SE: Liberal party (FP) 75203 SE: Christian Democratic party (KD) 75204 SE: Green party (MP) 75205 SE: Moderate party (M) 75206 SE: Social democratic party (S) 75207 SE: Left wing party (V) 75296 SE: Other 75601 CH: Radicals 75602 CH: Christian democrats 75603 CH: Socialist party 75604 CH: Swiss people party 75605 CH: Liberal party 75606 CH: Christian-social 75607 CH: Swiss labor party 75608 CH: Green party
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75609 CH: Green liberal party 75610 CH: Swiss democrats 75611 CH: Federal Democratic Union 75612 CH: Evangelical People&#39;s Party 75613 CH: Ticino League 75696 CH: Other 79201 TR: Justice and Development Party AKP 79202 TR: Motherland Party ANAP 79203 TR: Great Union Party BBP 79204 TR: Republican People&#39;s Party CHP 79205 TR: Democrat Party DP 79206 TR: Demokratik Sol Parti DSP 79207 TR: Democratic Society Party DTP 79208 TR: Nationalist Action Party MHP 79209 TR: Felicite Party SP 79210 TR: Social Democrat People&#39;s Party SHP 79296 TR: Other 80401 UA: Communist party of Ukraine 80402 UA: Progressive Socialist party of Ukraine 80403 UA: Socialist party of Ukraine 80404 UA: Party of Regions 80405 UA: Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc 80406 UA: People&#39;s Self-Defense Bloc 80407 UA: Lytvyn Bloc 80408 UA: United Centre party 80409 UA: Our Ukraine Bloc 80410 UA: All Ukrainian Union &#39;Freedom&#39; 80496 UA: Other 80701 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity IMRO DPMNU 80702 MK: Social-Democratic Aliance of Macedonia SDAM 80703 MK: Democratic Party of Albanians - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia DPA 80704 MK: Democratic Unioun for Integration - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia DUI 80705 MK: Liberal Party LP 80706 MK: New Social-Democratic Party NSDP 80707 MK: Socialistic Party of Macedonia SPM 80708 MK: Democratic Union DU 80709 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Peoples Party IMRO - PP 80710 MK: Liberal-Democratic Party LDP 80711 MK: Party for Democratic Prosperity - Ethnic Albanian Party PDP 80712 MK: Movement for Restoration of Macedonia MRM 80713 MK: Party for European Future PEF 80714 MK: Democratic Party of Serbs - Political Party of Ethnic Serbs in Macedonia DPS 80715 MK: New Alternative NA 80716 MK: Party for Entire Emancipation of Romas in Macedonia - Political Party of Ethnic Romas in Macedonia PEERM 80717 MK: Party for Economic Restoration PER 80718 MK: Party for Democratic Action - Islamic way - Political Party of Ethnic Bosnians in Macedonia PDA 80719 MK: Democratic Party of Turcs - Political Party of Ethnic Turks in Macedonia DTP 80720 MK: Democratic Union of Albanians - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia DUA 80721 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Genuine IMRO - G 80722 MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Macedonian IMRO - M 80723 MK: Secret Macedonia Revolutionary Organization SMRO 80724 MK: Peoples Democratic Party - Political Party of Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia PDP 80725 MK: Democratic Party of Vlach`s - Political Party of Ethnic Vlach`s in Macedonia DPV 80796 MK: Other 82601 GB-GBN: Conservative Party CON 82602 GB-GBN: Labour Party LAB 82603 GB-GBN: Liberal Democrat Party LD 82604 GB-GBN: Plaid Cymru PC 82605 GB-GBN: Scottish National Party SNP 82606 GB-GBN: Green Party GRN 82696 GB-GBN: Other 90901 GB-NIR: Democratic Unionist Party - DUP 90902 GB-NIR: Sinn Fein 90903 GB-NIR: Social Democratic and Labour Party - SDLP 90904 GB-NIR: Alliance Party 90905 GB-NIR: Ulster Unionist Party - UUP 90906 GB-NIR: Progressive Unionist Party - PUP
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90907 GB-NIR: UK Unionist Party 90908 GB-NIR: Conservative 90909 GB-NIR: Workers Party 90910 GB-NIR: Socialist Environmentalist Alliance 90911 GB-NIR: Socialist Party 90912 GB-NIR: Green Party 90996 GB-NIR: Other 91501 RS-KM: Democratic Party of Kosovo 91502 RS-KM: Democratic League of Kosovo 91503 RS-KM: New Kosovo Alliance 91504 RS-KM: Democratic League of Dardania-Albanian Christian Democratic 91505 RS-KM: Alliance for the Future of Kosovo 91506 RS-KM: Reformist Party ORA 91507 RS-KM: Party of Justice 91508 RS-KM: Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo 91509 RS-KM: Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo 91510 RS-KM: Vakat Coalition 91511 RS-KM: Independent Liberal Party 91512 RS-KM: Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija 91513 RS-KM: Serb People&#39;s Party 91514 RS-KM: New Democracy 91515 RS-KM: Civic Initiative of Gora 91516 RS-KM: Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party 91517 RS-KM: New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo 91518 RS-KM: Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and Metohija 91519 RS-KM: United Roma Party of Kosovo 91596 RS-KM: Other Note: Standardized country-specific variable containing country ISO 3166-1 identifier (CCC) and country-specific categories (political parties). This variable has been harmonized into V265_LR (left-right scale variable). Belgium: Because of compulsory voting system in Belgium additional categories were implemented in the Field Questionnaire. These categories 19 &#39;Ik zou niet gaan stemmen&#39;/&#39;Je nirai pas voter&#39; and 20 &#39;Ik heb geen stemrecht&#39;/&#39;Je nai pas le droit de voter&#39; were recoded into missing values -3 &#39;not applicable&#39;. Denmark: Category &#39;Other&#39; was not implemented in Field Questionnaire. According to Programme Director&#39;s information &#39;there are no other political parties than the one&#39;s [sic] listed&#39;. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording, response categories).

Value 801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 810 811 812 813 814 815 896 3101

Label AL: The Socialist Party of Albania - PSSH AL: The Social Democratic Party of Albania - PSD AL: The Social Democracy Party of Albania - PDSSH AL: The Socialist Movement for Integration - LSI AL: The Liberal Democracy Party - PDL AL: The Democratic Alliance Party - PAD AL: Union for Human Rights Party - PBDNJ AL: The Environmentalist Agrarian Party - PAA AL: The Democratic Party of Albania - PD AL: The New Democratic Party - PDR AL: Reformed Democratic Party AL: Republican Party of Albania - PR AL: The Christian Democratic Party of Albania - PDK AL: National Front Party - PBK AL: Movement for Legality Party - PLL AL: Other AZ: New Azerbaijan Party
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# v265: Value 3102 3103 3104 3105 3106 3107 3108 3109 3110 3111 3112 3113 3114 3115 3116 3117 3196 4001 4002 4003 4004 4005 4006 4007 4008 4096 5101 5102 5103 5104 5105 5106 5107 5108 5109 5110 5111 5112 5113 5114 5115 5116 5196

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label AZ: Musavat/Equality Party AZ: Azerbaijan Democratic Party AZ: Popular Front Party AZ: National Independence Party AZ: Azerbaijan Liberal Party AZ: Social-Democratic Party AZ: Communist Party AZ: Justice Party AZ: Civic Solidarity Party AZ: Motherland Party AZ: Azerbaijan Hope Party AZ: Social Prosperity Party AZ: Azerbaijan Party of Democratic Reform AZ: Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party AZ: Great Order Party AZ: Civil Union Party AZ: Other AT: Social Democratic Party of Austria- SP AT: Austrian People's Party - VP AT: Austrian Freedom Party - FP AT: The Austrian Greens\Die Grnen AT: Liberal Forum\Liberales Forum AT: Communist Party of Austria - KP AT: Alliance for the Future of Austria - BZ AT: Dr. Martins List - For Democracy, Control, Justice\Li AT: Other AM: Armenian Revolutionary Federation AM: Communist Party of Armenia AM: Impeachment Alliance AM: National Democratic Union AM: National Unity AM: New Times AM: Heritage Party AM: Pan-Armenian National Movement AM: Peoples Party of Armenia AM: People's Party AM: Prosperous Armenia AM: Republican Party of Armenia AM: Republic AM: Rule of Law AM: Dashink' Party AM: United Labour Party AM: Other
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# v265: Value 5601 5602 5603 5604 5605 5606 5607 5608 5609 5610 5611 5612 5613 5614 5615 5617 5618 5696 7001 7002 7003 7004 7005 7006 7007 7008 7009 7010 7011 7012 7013 7014 7015 7016 7017 7018 7019 7020 7021 7022 7023 7024 7025

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label BE: Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams - CD&V BE: Vlaamse Liberalen en Democraten Open - VLD BE: Socialisten en Progressieven Anders - SP.A BE: Vlaams Belang BE: Groen! BE: Lijst Dedecker BE: Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie - N-VA BE: Sociaal Liberale Partij - SLP BE: Parti Socialiste - PS BE: Mouvement Rformateur - MR BE: Centre Dmocrate Humaniste - CDH BE: Ecolo Ecolo BE: Front National - FN BE: Parti du Travail de Belgique - Unit Antifasciste - PTB BE: Libral Dmocrate - LiD BE: Blank BE: Invalid BE: Other BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Patriotic Party-Sefer Halilovic - BPS BA: Party for BiH - SBiH BA: Croatian Christian Democratic Union of BiH - HKDU BA: Social-Democratic Party - SDP BA: Serbian Radical Party of RS - SRS RS BA: Croatian Party of Rights - HSP BA: Croatian Party of Rights Dr. Jurisic Djapic BA: Serbian Democratic Party - SDS BA: Bosnia-Herzegovina Party of Rights - BSP BA: Croatian Democratic Union - HDZ BA: Croatian Democratic Union 1990 Croatian Unity - HDZ 1990 BA: Democratic People's Unity of BiH - DNZ BA: Bosnian Party - Mirnes Ajanovic - BOSS BA: Socialistic Party - SP BA: Party of Democratic Action - SDA BA: Croatian Peasants Party - HSS BA: New Croatian Initiative - NHI BA: Party of Democratic Progress - PDP BA: Liberal Democratic Party - LDS BA: People`s Party Work for Progress - NSRzB BA: The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats - SNSD BA: Bosnia-Podrinje People's - Party BA: Social-Democratic Union - SDU BA: Democratic Movement of the Srpska - DEPOS BA: Party of Pensioners of BiH
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# v265: Value 7096 10001 10002 10003 10004 10005 10006 10007 10008 10009 10010 10011 10012 10013 10014 10015 10016 10017 10018 10019 10020 10021 10022 10023 10096 11201 11202 11203 11204 11205 11206 11207 11208 11209 11210 11211 11212 11213 11214 11215 11216 11296 19101

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label BA: Other BG: National Union Attack BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union Alexander Stambolijski BG: Bulgarian Social Democratic Party BG: Bulgarian Socialist Party BG: Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union BG: Communist Party of Bulgaria BG: Democratic Party BG: Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria BG: Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria BG: Green Party of Bulgaria BG: Movement for an Equal Public Model BG: George's Day Movement BG: Movement for Rights and Freedoms BG: National Movement for Stability and Progress BG: Novoto Vreme (New Age) Party BG: Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats BG: Bulgarian Women's Party BG: Roma party BG: Euro-Roma party BG: Political Movement Social Democrats BG: Union of Democratic Forces BG: Union of Free Democrats BG: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Bulgari BG: Other BY: Liberal Democratic Party BY: Belarusian Social Sports Party BY: Belarusian Party 'The Greens' ['Zyalyoniya'] BY: Social-Democratic Party of People's Concord [Narodnai Zg BY: Agrarian Party BY: Republican Party BY: Conservative Christian Party of the Belarusian People's BY: Belarusian People's Front Party BY: Republican Party of Labor and Justice BY: Party of Communists Belarusian BY: United Civic Party BY: Belarusian Patriotic Party BY: Party Belarusian Social-Democratic Assembly# [Hrama BY: Belarusian Social-Democratic Party (People's Assembly) [ BY: Communist Party of Belarus BY: Supporters of the political policy of the President of t BY: Other HR: Croatian Democratic Union HDZ
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# v265: Value 19102 19103 19104 19105 19106 19107 19108 19109 19110 19111 19112 19113 19114 19115 19116 19117 19196 19601 19602 19603 19604 19605 19606 19696 19701 19702 19703 19704 19705 19706 19707 19708 19709 19710 19796 20301 20302 20303 20304 20305 20306 20307 20308

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label HR: Croatian People's Party - Liberal Democrats HNS HR: Croatian Peasant Party HSS HR: Croatian Social Liberal Party HSLS HR: Croatian Party of Rights HSP HR: Croatian Party of Pensioners HSU HR: Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja HDS HR: Istrian Democratic Assembly IDS HR: Primorje - Gorski Kotar Alliance PGS HR: Independent Democratic Serbian Party SDSS HR: Social Democratic Party of Croatia SDP HR: Croatian Independent Democrats HR: Leftists of Croatia HR: Socialist Labour Party of Croatia HR: Green Party HR: Greens of Croatia HR: Green Party - Green Alternative HR: Other CY: Democratic Rally - DISI CY: Progressive Party of Working People - AKEL CY: Democratic Party - DIKO CY: Movement for Social Democracy - EDEK CY: European Party - EYROKO CY: Ecological and Environmental Movement CY: Other CY-TCC: Republican Turkish Party - CTP CY-TCC: National Unity Party - UBP CY-TCC: Democratic Party - DP CY-TCC: Communal Democracy Party - TDP CY-TCC: Freedom and Reform Party - ORP CY-TCC: Politics for People Party - HIS CY-TCC: Peoples Party - HP CY-TCC: Cyprus Socialist Party - KSP CY-TCC: United Cyprus Party - BKP CY-TCC: Patriot Cypriot Party - YKP CY-TCC: Other CZ: Party of Common Sense CZ: Czech Movement for National Unity CZ: Balbin Poetic Party CZ: Liberal-Reform Party CZ: Law and Justice CZ: Independents CZ: Czech Right CZ: Czech Crown
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# v265: Value 20309 20310 20311 20312 20313 20314 20315 20316 20317 20318 20319 20320 20321 20322 20323 20324 20325 20396 20801 20802 20803 20804 20805 20806 20807 20808 20809 20810 23301 23302 23303 23304 23305 23306 23307 23308 23309 23310 23311 23396 24601 24602 24603

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label CZ: Civic Democratic Party CZ: Czech Social Democratic Party CZ: European Democrats - SNK CZ: Freedom Union - Democratic Union CZ: Helax-Ostrava is Having Fun CZ: Right Bloc CZ: 4 Visions CZ: Czech National Socialist Party CZ: Moravians CZ: Green Party CZ: Humanistic Party CZ: Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia CZ: Coalition for the Czech Republic CZ: National Party CZ: Folklore and Society CZ: Christian-Democratic Union- Czech and Slovak People Part CZ: Independent Democrats CZ: Other DK: Social Democrats DK: Radical Left Party DK: Conservative Peoples Party DK: Socialist Peoples Party DK: Danish Peoples Party DK: Christian Democrats DK: Venstre, Denmarks Liberal Party DK: New Alliance (Liberal Alliance) DK: Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) DK: Would cast a blank vote EE: Estonian Centrist Party EE: Estonian Reform Party EE: Estonian Peoples Union EE: Pro Patria and Res Publica Union EE: Estonian Social Democratic Party EE: Estonian Green Party EE: Estonian Christian Democrats EE: Estonian Independence Party EE: Estonian Left Party EE: Russian Party in Estonia EE: Estonian Constitution Party EE: Other FI: Center party - KESK FI: National Coalition Party - KOK FI: Social Democratic Party - SDP
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# v265: Value 24604 24605 24606 24607 24608 24696 25001 25002 25003 25004 25005 25006 25007 25008 25009 25010 25011 25012 25013 25096 26801 26802 26803 26804 26805 26806 26807 26808 26809 26810 26811 26812 26813 26814 26896 27601 27602 27603 27604 27605 27606 27607 27608

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label FI: Left Alliance - VAS FI: Green League - VIHR FI: Christian Democrats - KD FI: Swedish People's Party in Finland - RKP FI: True Finns - PS FI: Other FR: Left Wing Extremist Parties (Revolutionnairy Communist L FR: Communist Party FR: Socialist Party FR: Other Left Wing Parties (Radical Leftist Party, Republic FR: Green Party FR: Other Environmentalist Parties FR: Democratic Movement FR: New Centrist Party FR: Hunting, Fishing, Nature, and Tradition FR: Union for a Popular Mouvement FR: Movement for France FR: Right Wing Extremist Parties (National Front, National R FR: Empty ballot FR: Other GE: National movement GE: Labor Party GE: New Rightists Party GE: Republican Party GE: Industrial Party GE: Conservative Party GE: For United Georgia GE: People's Party GE: Georgia's way GE: National Democratic Party GE: Party 'Samartlianoba' (Justice) GE: Christian-Democratic Movement GE: Party of Future GE: Party 'Tavisufleba' (party of freedom movement) GE: Other DE: Christian Democratic Party/Christian Social Union - CDU/ DE: German Social-Democratic Party - SPD DE: German Liberal Party - FDP DE: The Green Party DE: The Left/Party of Democratic Socialism - PDS DE: Republicans DE: German National Party - NPD DE: German Peoples Party - DVU
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# v265: Value 27696 30001 30002 30003 30004 30005 30096 34801 34802 34803 34804 34805 34806 34807 34808 34809 34810 34896 35201 35202 35203 35204 35205 35206 35207 35296 37201 37202 37203 37204 37205 37206 37207 37208 37296 38001 38002 38003 38004 38005 38006 38007 38008

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label DE: Other GR: New Democracy - ND GR: Pan-Hellenic Socialist Movement - PASOK GR: Communist Party of Greece - KKE GR: Coalition of the Radical Left - SYRIZA GR: Popular Orhtodox Rally - LAOS GR: Other HU: Magyar Szocialista Prt - MSZP HU: Fidesz Magyar Polgri Szvetsg Fidesz HU: Szabad Demokratk Szvetsge - SZDSZ HU: Magyar Demokrata Frum - MDF HU: Keresztnydemokrata Npprt - KDNP HU: Centrumprt HU: Magyar Igazsg s let Prtja - MIP HU: Magyar Kommunista Munksprt Munksprt HU: Fggetlen Kisgazda s Polgri Prt - FKGP HU: Jobbik Magyarorszgrt Mozgalom - JOBBIK HU: Other IS: Independence Party IS: Alliance Party IS: Left-Green Movement IS: Progressive Party IS: Liberal Party IS: Citizen Movement IS: Democracy Movement IS: Other IE: Fianna Fail IE: Fine Gael IE: Labour Party IE: Green Party IE: Sinn Fein IE: Progressive Democrats IE: Socialist Party IE: Independents IE: Other IT: Rifondazione e Comunisti Italiani (Lista Anticapitalista IT: Partito Comunista dei Lavoratori (non presente al Sud e IT: Sinistra e Libert IT: Lista Bonino-Pannella IT: Partito Democratico IT: Italia dei Valori - Lista Di Pietro IT: Liberal Democratici Riformisti IT: Unione di Centro (UDC-Rosa Bianca)
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# v265: Value 38009 38010 38011 38012 38013 38014 38015 38016 38096 42801 42802 42803 42804 42805 42806 42807 42808 42809 42810 42811 42812 42813 42896 44001 44002 44003 44004 44005 44006 44007 44008 44009 44010 44011 44012 44013 44096 44201 44202 44203 44204 44205 44206

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label IT: Il Popolo della Libert IT: Lega Nord (Bossi) IT: Sdtiroler Volkspartei (minoranza tedesca, con Partito IT: Autonomie Libert Dmocratie IT: Valle d'Aoste IT: Polo dell'Autonomia IT: Fiamma Tricolore - Destra Sociale IT: Forza Nuova (non presente nelle due isole maggiori) IT: Other LV: The People's Party (Tautas partija) LV: Union of the Green and Farmers (Zalo un Zemnieku savieni LV: The New Era (Jaunais laiks) LV: Concord Centre (Saskanas Centrs) LV: Latvia first party and party Latvian way electoral union LV: For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK LV: Union 'For human rights in united Latvia' LV: Latvian Socialdemocratic Worker Party LV: Political Patriotic Union 'Motherland' LV: Party 'All For Latvia' ('Visu Latvijai!') LV: New Democrats ('Jaunie Demokrati') LV: Society for Political Change LV: Democratic patriotic association LV: Other LT: Labour Party LT: Liberal and Center Union LT: Lithuanian Polish Election action LT: Lithuanian People's Union 'For Just Lithuania' LT: Liberal Union of Lithuanian Republic LT: Lithuanian Russian Union LT: Lithuanian Social Democratic Union LT: Lithuanian Peasants Populist Union LT: New Union (social liberals) LT: Party 'Order and Justice' LT: Citizen's Democracy Party LT: Revival of Nation Party LT: Homeland Union- Lithuanian Christian Democrats LT: Other LU: Kommunistesch Partei Ltzebuerg / Parti Communiste Luxe LU: Di Lnk - La Gauche LU: Di Grng /Les Verts LU: Ltzebuerger Sozialistesch Arbechterpartei / Parti Soci LU: Chrschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei / Parti Chrtien Soc LU: Demokratesch Partei/ Parti Dmocratique (Libral) DP /
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# v265: Value 44207 44296 47001 47002 47003 47004 47005 47006 47007 47008 47096 49801 49802 49803 49804 49805 49806 49807 49808 49809 49810 49811 49812 49813 49814 49815 49816 49817 49818 49819 49820 49821 49822 49823 49824 49825 49896 49901 49902 49903 49904 49905 49906

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label LU: Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei / Parti rformiste LU: Other MT: Alternattiva Demokratika MT: Azzjoni Nazzjonali MT: Malta Labour Party MT: Partit Nazzjonalista MT: Alpha Liberal Democratic Reformist Political Party MT: Alleanza Libaral-Demokratika MT: Forza Malta MT: Imperium Europa MT: Other MD: Democratic Party of Moldova MD: Party of Communists of Moldova MD: Moldova Noastra (Our Moldova) Alliance MD: Agrarian Party of Moldova MD: Socialist Party of Moldova MD: People s Christian Democratic Party MD: Professionals Movement Speranta-Nadejda MD: Liberal Party MD: Social Liberal Party MD: New National Moldovan Party MD: Social-Democratic Party of Moldova MD: Socio-political Movement Forta Noua (New Force) MD: Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova Patria-Ro MD: Socio-political Movement Ravnopravie (Equality) MD: Environmental Party of Moldova Green Alliance MD: Liberal Democrat Party from Moldova MD: Republican Popular Party MD: Republican Party of Moldova MD: Labor Union Patria-Rodina MD: Centrist Union of Moldova MD: Party of Spiritual Development Moldova Unita (United Mol MD: Social Democracy Party of Moldova MD: Conservative Party MD: National Liberal Party MD: Socio-political Movement for Nation and Country MD: Other ME: Democratic Party of Socialists DPS ME: Social Democratic Party - SDP ME: Movement for Changes - RCC ME: Serbian People's Party - SNS ME: Socialist People's Party - SNP ME: People's Party - NS
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# v265: Value 49907 49908 49909 49910 49911 49912 49913 49914 49915 49916 49996 52801 52802 52803 52804 52805 52806 52807 52808 52809 52810 52811 52896 57801 57802 57803 57804 57805 57806 57807 57808 57896 61601 61602 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61608 61609 61610 61611

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label ME: Bosniak Party - BS ME: Croatian Civic Initiative HGI ME: Liberal Party of Monten- egro - LPCG ME: Serbian Democratic Party - DS ME: Serbian Radical Party Dr. Vojislav Seselj - SRS ME: People's Socialist Party of Montenegro - NS ME: Democratic Party of Unity Democratic Alliance in Montene ME: Democratic Alliance in Montenegro - DSCG ME: Democratic Union of Albanians - DUA ME: Albanian alernativa - AA ME: Other NL: Christian Democratic Party - CDA NL: Labour Party - PvdA NL: Socialist Party - SP NL: Liberals - VVD NL: Party for Freedom - PVV NL: Green/Left (GroenLinks) NL: Christian Union (ChristenUnie) NL: Democrats 66 - D66 NL: Reformed Party - SGpP NL: Party for the animals - PvdD NL: Group Verdonk\Proud of the Netherlands NL: Other NO: Labour Party dna NO: Progress Party FrP NO: Conservative Party H NO: Christian Democratic Party KrF NO: Red NO: Centre Party Sp NO: Socialist Left Party SV NO: Liberal Party V NO: Other PL: National Party of Rentners and Pensioners - KPEiR PL: League of Polish Families - LPR PL: Democratic Party - PD PL: Party of Women - PK PL: Civic Platform - PO PL: Polish Labour Party - PPP PL: Polish Peasant Party - PSL PL: Law and Justice - PiS PL: Self-defense - SRP PL: Socialdemocracy of Poland - SDPL PL: Union of Left Democracy - SLD
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# v265: Value 61612 61613 61696 62001 62002 62003 62004 62005 62006 62007 62008 62096 64201 64202 64203 64204 64205 64206 64207 64208 64209 64296 64301 64302 64303 64304 64305 64306 64307 64308 64309 64310 64311 64396 68801 68802 68803 68804 68805 68806 68807 68808 68809

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label PL: Union of Real Politics - UPR PL: Union of Work - UPR PL: Other PT: Bloco de Esquerda PT: Social democratic Center - Popular Party - CDS/PP PT: Portuguese Communist Party - CDU/PCP PT: Communist Party of Portuguese Workers - MRPP PT: Social Democratic Party - PPD/PSD PT: Socialist Party - PS PT: Revolutionary Socialist Party - PSR PT: People's Democratic Union - UDP PT: Other RO: Partidul Democrat-Liberal RO: Partidul Social Democrat RO: Partidul National Liberal RO: Partidul Noua Generatie-Crestin Democrat RO: Uniunea Democrata a Maghiarilor din Romnia RO: Partidul Romnia Mare RO: Partidul Conservator RO: Partidul Initiativa Nationala RO: Partidul National Crestin Democrat RO: Other RU: Agrarian Party of Russia - APR RU: Civil Force RU: Democratic Party of Russia - DPR RU: United Russia RU: Communist Party of Russian Federation - CPRF RU: Liberal Democratic Party of Russia - LDPR RU: Patriots of Russia RU: Fair Russia RU: The Union of Right Forces - SPS RU: Social Justice Party RU: Yabloko RU: Other RS: Democratic Party - DS RS: Democratic Party of Serbia - DSS RS: Serbian Radical Party - SRS RS: G17+ RS: Liberal Democratic Party - LDP RS: New Serbia - NS RS: Movement Strenght of Serbia - PSS RS: Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - SVM RS: League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina - LSV
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# v265: Value 68810 68811 68812 68813 68814 68815 68816 68817 68818 68819 68820 68821 68822 68823 68824 68825 68896 70301 70302 70303 70304 70305 70306 70307 70308 70309 70396 70501 70502 70503 70504 70505 70506 70507 70508 70509 70596 72401 72402 72403 72404 72405 72406

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label RS: United Serbia - JS RS: Party for Democratic Progress - PDP RS: Party for Democratic Action - PDD RS: Roma Union of Serbia - UPR RS: Roma Party - RP RS: Socialist Party of Serbia - SPS RS: Stranka demokratske akcije - SDA RS: Sanjak Democratic Party - SDP RS: Serbian Democratic Renewal Movement - SDPP RS: Social Democratic Union - SDU RS: Christian Democratic Party of Serbia - DHSS RS: Democratic League of Croats in Vojvodina - DSHV RS: Bosniac Democratic Party of Sanjak - BDSS RS: Social-Liberal Party of Sanjak - SLPS RS: Party of United Pensioners of Serbia - PUPS RS: Serbian Renewal Movement - SPO RS: Other SK: Aliancia noveho obcana - ANO SK: Komunisticka strana Slovenska - KSS SK: Krestanskodemokraticke hnutie - KDH SK: Ludova strana-Hnutie za demokraticke Slovensko - LS-HZDS SK: Slobodne forum - SF SK: Slovenska demokraticka a krestanska unia-Demokraticka st SK: Slovenska narodna strana - SNS SK: SMER - Socialna demokracia - SMER SK: Strana madarskej koalicie - SMK SK: Other SI: Demokratska stranka upokojencev SI: Liberalna demokracija Slovenije SI: Slovenska ljudska stranka SI: Slovenska nacionalna stranka SI: Slovenska demokratska stranka SI: Nova Slovenija - Krcanska ljudska stranka SI: Socialni demokrati SI: Stranka nove politike SI: LIPA SI: Other ES: Partido Socialista Obrero Espaol - PSOE ES: Partido Popular - PP ES: Izquierda Unida - IU ES: Bloque nacionalista galego - BNG ES: Coalicin Canaria - CC ES: Unin del Pueblo Navarro - UPN
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# v265: Value 72407 72408 72409 72410 72411 72412 72413 72414 72415 72416 72417 72496 75201 75202 75203 75204 75205 75206 75207 75296 75601 75602 75603 75604 75605 75606 75607 75608 75609 75610 75611 75612 75613 75696 79201 79202 79203 79204 79205 79206 79207 79208 79209

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label ES: Convergencia Democrtica de Navarra - CDN ES: Partido Nacionalista Vasco - PNV ES: Eusko Alkartasuna - EA ES: Accin Nacionalista Vasca - ANV ES: Nafarroa Bai - NaBai ES: Chunta Aragonesista - CHA ES: Verts - IC ES: Convergencia i Uni CIu ES: Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya - ERC ES: Partido Andalucista - PA ES: UPyD ES: Other SE: Center party (C) SE: Liberal party (FP) SE: Christian Democratic party (KD) SE: Green party (MP) SE: Moderate party (M) SE: Social democratic party (S) SE: Left wing party (V) SE: Other CH: Radicals CH: Christian democrats CH: Socialist party CH: Swiss people party CH: Liberal party CH: Christian-social CH: Swiss labor party CH: Green party CH: Green liberal party CH: Swiss democrats CH: Federal Democratic Union CH: Evangelical People's Party CH: Ticino League CH: Other TR: Justice and Development Party AKP TR: Motherland Party ANAP TR: Great Union Party BBP TR: Republican People's Party CHP TR: Democrat Party DP TR: Demokratik Sol Parti DSP TR: Democratic Society Party DTP TR: Nationalist Action Party MHP TR: Felicite Party SP
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# v265: Value 79210 79296 80401 80402 80403 80404 80405 80406 80407 80408 80409 80410 80496 80701 80702 80703 80704 80705 80706 80707 80708 80709 80710 80711 80712 80713 80714 80715 80716 80717 80718 80719 80720 80721 80722 80723 80724 80725 80796 82601 82602 82603 82604

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label TR: Social Democrat People's Party SHP TR: Other UA: Communist party of Ukraine UA: Progressive Socialist party of Ukraine UA: Socialist party of Ukraine UA: Party of Regions UA: Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc UA: People's Self-Defense Bloc UA: Lytvyn Bloc UA: United Centre party UA: Our Ukraine Bloc UA: All Ukrainian Union 'Freedom' UA: Other MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democra MK: Social-Democratic Aliance of Macedonia SDAM MK: Democratic Party of Albanians - Political Party of Ethni MK: Democratic Unioun for Integration - Political Party of E MK: Liberal Party LP MK: New Social-Democratic Party NSDP MK: Socialistic Party of Macedonia SPM MK: Democratic Union DU MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Peoples MK: Liberal-Democratic Party LDP MK: Party for Democratic Prosperity - Ethnic Albanian Party MK: Movement for Restoration of Macedonia MRM MK: Party for European Future PEF MK: Democratic Party of Serbs - Political Party of Ethnic Se MK: New Alternative NA MK: Party for Entire Emancipation of Romas in Macedonia - Po MK: Party for Economic Restoration PER MK: Party for Democratic Action - Islamic way - Political Pa MK: Democratic Party of Turcs - Political Party of Ethnic Tu MK: Democratic Union of Albanians - Political Party of Ethni MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Genuine MK: Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Macedon MK: Secret Macedonia Revolutionary Organization SMRO MK: Peoples Democratic Party - Political Party of Ethnic Alb MK: Democratic Party of Vlach`s - Political Party of Ethnic MK: Other GB-GBN: Conservative Party CON GB-GBN: Labour Party LAB GB-GBN: Liberal Democrat Party LD GB-GBN: Plaid Cymru PC
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Cases

Percentage

# v265: Value 82605 82606 82696 90901 90902 90903 90904 90905 90906 90907 90908 90909 90910 90911 90912 90996 91501 91502 91503 91504 91505 91506 91507 91508 91509 91510 91511 91512 91513 91514 91515 91516 91517 91518 91519 91596 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

which political party appeals to you most (Q75b)


Label GB-GBN: Scottish National Party SNP GB-GBN: Green Party GRN GB-GBN: Other GB-NIR: Democratic Unionist Party - DUP GB-NIR: Sinn Fein GB-NIR: Social Democratic and Labour Party - SDLP GB-NIR: Alliance Party GB-NIR: Ulster Unionist Party - UUP GB-NIR: Progressive Unionist Party - PUP GB-NIR: UK Unionist Party GB-NIR: Conservative GB-NIR: Workers Party GB-NIR: Socialist Environmentalist Alliance GB-NIR: Socialist Party GB-NIR: Green Party GB-NIR: Other RS-KM: Democratic Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Democratic League of Kosovo RS-KM: New Kosovo Alliance RS-KM: Democratic League of Dardania-Albanian Christian Demo RS-KM: Alliance for the Future of Kosovo RS-KM: Reformist Party ORA RS-KM: Party of Justice RS-KM: Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Vakat Coalition RS-KM: Independent Liberal Party RS-KM: Serb Democratic Party of Kosovo and Metohija RS-KM: Serb People's Party RS-KM: New Democracy RS-KM: Civic Initiative of Gora RS-KM: Serb Kosovo-Metohija Party RS-KM: New Democratic Initiative of Kosovo RS-KM: Union of Independent Social Democrats of Kosovo and M RS-KM: United Roma Party of Kosovo RS-KM: Other other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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# v265_LR: Information

which political party appeals to you most - left/right scale (Q75b)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=4939 /-] [Invalid=62847 /-] POLITICAL PARTY: LEFT-RIGHT SCALE - HARMONIZED VARIABLE [Q75: If there was a general election tomorrow, can you tell me if you would vote?] Q75b &#60;SHOW CARD 75b&#62; IF NO: Which party appeals to you most? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 left 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 right Note: Harmonized variable: country-specific categories have been recoded according to the placement of national political parties on a left-right scale as delivered by country. For more detailed information, see Method Report. For country-specific variable, see v265. Iceland: The scale for political parties&#39; position on left/right scale given by the Programme Director ranged from 0 to 10. The scale asked for in Methodological Questionnaire ranged from 1 to 10. For adjusting the Islandic 11-point Likert scale to the standard 10-point Likert scale the value 0.1 was subtracted from all Islandic values. Label left right other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v266:

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work: people from less developed countries (Q76)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=64475 /-] [Invalid=3311 /-] Q76 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; &#60;SHOW CARD 76 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; How about people from less developed countries coming here to work? Which one of the following do you think the government should do? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 let anyone come who wants to 2 let people come as long as there are jobs available 3 put strict limits on the number of foreigners who can come here 4 prohibit people coming here from other countries Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).
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work: people from less developed countries (Q76)


(Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v134), WVS 2000 (v146).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v267:

Label anyone come who wants to come when jobs available strict limits on the number of foreigners prohibit people coming here from other countries other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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terrorism: can be justified/must be condemned (Q77)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=63479 /-] [Invalid=4307 /-] Q77 &#60;SHOW CARD 77 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER ONLY&#62; Terrorism is everyday news. In principle, most people are against it, but there is still room for differences of opinion. Which of these two statements do you tend to agree with? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 there may be certain circumstances where terrorism is justified 2 terrorism for whatever motive must always be condemned 3 neither (spontaneous) Turkey: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label under certain circumstances justified must always be condemned neither other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v268:

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immigrants take away jobs from [nationality] (Q78A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=65365 /-] [Invalid=2421 /-] Q78A &#60;SHOW CARD 78 READ OUT&#62; Please look at the following statements and indicate where you would place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer
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immigrants take away jobs from [nationality] (Q78A)


-1 don&#39;t know 1 immigrants take jobs away from natives in a country 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 immigrants do not take jobs away from natives in a country

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v269:

Label take away do not take away other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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immigrants undermine countrys cultural life (Q78B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=64726 /-] [Invalid=3060 /-] Q78B &#60;SHOW CARD 78 READ OUT&#62; Please look at the following statements and indicate where you would place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 a countrys cultural life is undermined by immigrants 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a countrys cultural life is not undermined by immigrants Label undermine cultural life do not undermine cultural life other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v270:

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immigrants increase crime problems (Q78C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=64456 /-] [Invalid=3330 /-]
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# v270:

immigrants increase crime problems (Q78C)


Q78C &#60;SHOW CARD 78 READ OUT&#62; Please look at the following statements and indicate where you would place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 immigrants make crime problems worse 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 immigrants do not make crime problems worse Label make it worse do not make it worse other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Literal question

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v271:

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immigrants are a strain on welfare system (Q78D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=63376 /-] [Invalid=4410 /-] Q78D &#60;SHOW CARD 78 READ OUT&#62; Please look at the following statements and indicate where you would place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 immigrants are a strain on a countrys welfare system 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 immigrants are not a strain on a countrys welfare system Label are a strain are not a strain other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2

Cases

Percentage

# v271: Value -1 # v272:

immigrants are a strain on welfare system (Q78D)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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immigrants will become a threat to society (Q78E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62974 /-] [Invalid=4812 /-] Q78E &#60;SHOW CARD 78 READ OUT&#62; Please look at the following statements and indicate where you would place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 in the future the proportion of immigrants will become a threat to society 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 in the future the proportion of immigrants will not become a threat to society Label will become a threat will not become a threat other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v273:

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immigrants maintain own/take over customs (Q78F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=62878 /-] [Invalid=4908 /-] Q78F &#60;SHOW CARD 78 READ OUT&#62; Please look at the following statements and indicate where you would place your views on this scale? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 for the greater good of society it is better if immigrants maintain their distinct customs and traditions 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 for the greater good of society it is better if immigrants do not maintain their distinct customs and traditions but adopt the customs of the country
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# v273: Value 1 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v274:

immigrants maintain own/take over customs (Q78F)


Label maintain distinct customs and traditions take over the customs of the country other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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immigrants living in your country: feels like a stranger (Q79A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=65571 /-] [Invalid=2215 /-] Q79 &#60;SHOW CARD 79 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please indicate to what extent you agree or disagree with each of the following statements regarding immigrants living in your country: Q79.A Because of the number of immigrants in [COUNTRY], I sometimes feel like a stranger -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree neither agree/nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v275:

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immigrants living in your country: there are too many (Q79B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=63472 /-] [Invalid=4314 /-] Q79 &#60;SHOW CARD 79 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE&#62; Please indicate to what extent you agree or disagree with each of the following statements regarding immigrants living in your country: Q79.B Today in [COUNTRY], there are too many immigrants -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable
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immigrants living in your country: there are too many (Q79B)


-2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly

Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v276:

Label agree strongly agree neither agree/nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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important: to have been born in [country] (Q80A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66526 /-] [Invalid=1260 /-] Q80 &#60;SHOW CARD 80&#62; Some people say the following things are important for being truly [NATIONALITY]. Others say they are not important. How important do you think each of the following is? Q80.A To have been born in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Comparability: Comparable questions: ISSP 2003 (Q3a). (Differences: In ISSP response categories are different) Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

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# v277:

important: to respect [country nationality] political institutions and laws (Q80B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66530 /-] [Invalid=1256 /-] Q80 &#60;SHOW CARD 80&#62; Some people say the following things are important for being truly [NATIONALITY]. Others say they are not important. How important do you think each of the following is? Q80.B To respect [COUNTRY]s political institutions and laws -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Comparability: Comparable questions: ISSP 2003 (Q3f). (Differences: In ISSP response categories are different) Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v278:

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important: to have [country nationality] ancestry (Q80C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66477 /-] [Invalid=1309 /-] Q80 &#60;SHOW CARD 80&#62; Some people say the following things are important for being truly [NATIONALITY]. Others say they are not important. How important do you think each of the following is? Q80.C To have [COUNTRY]s ancestry -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Comparability: Comparable questions: ISSP 2003 (Q3h). (Differences: In ISSP response categories are different) Label very important quite important not important
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Value 1 2 3

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Percentage

# v278: Value 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v279:

important: to have [country nationality] ancestry (Q80C)


Label not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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important: to be able to speak [country language] (Q80D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66780 /-] [Invalid=1006 /-] Q80 &#60;SHOW CARD 80&#62; Some people say the following things are important for being truly [NATIONALITY]. Others say they are not important. How important do you think each of the following is? Q80.D To be able to speak [THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE] [NOTE: if more than one national languages, ask the national languages] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Comparability: Comparable questions: ISSP 2003 (Q3d). (Differences: In ISSP response categories are different) Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v280:

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important: to have lived in [country] for a long time (Q80E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=66386 /-] [Invalid=1400 /-] Q80 &#60;SHOW CARD 80&#62; Some people say the following things are important for being truly [NATIONALITY]. Others say they are not important. How important do you think each of the following is? Q80.E To have lived for a long time in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer
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important: to have lived in [country] for a long time (Q80E)


-1 don&#39;t know 1 very important 2 quite important 3 not important 4 not important at all Comparability: Comparable questions: ISSP 2003 (Q3c). (Differences: In ISSP response categories are different; item is a bit different)

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

Label very important quite important not important not important at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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# v281:

how often do you follow politics in media (Q81)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=67246 /-] [Invalid=540 /-] Q81 &#60;SHOW CARD 81&#62; How often do you follow politics in the news on television or on the radio or in the daily papers? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 every day 2 several times a week 3 once or twice a week 4 less often 5 never Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v217). Label every day several times a week once or twice a week less often never other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v282:

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give information to help justice (Q82A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=65055 /-] [Invalid=2731 /-] Q82 &#60;SHOW CARD 82 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Can you tell me your opinion on each of the following statements? Q82.A If someone has information that may help justice be done, generally he or she should give it to the authorities -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree Cases Percentage

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# v282: Value 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v283:

give information to help justice (Q82A)


Label agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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people should stick to own affairs (Q82B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=65338 /-] [Invalid=2448 /-] Q82 &#60;SHOW CARD 82 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; Can you tell me your opinion on each of the following statements? Q82.B People should stick to their own affairs and not show too much interest in what others say or do -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 neither agree nor disagree 4 disagree 5 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label agree strongly agree agree nor disagree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v284:

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are you concerned with: immediate family (Q83A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=67290 /-] [Invalid=496 /-] Q83 &#60;SHOW CARD 83 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q83.A Your immediate family -5 other missing -4 question not asked
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# v284:

are you concerned with: immediate family (Q83A)


-3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v285:

Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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are you concerned with: people neighbourhood (Q83B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=67146 /-] [Invalid=640 /-] Q83 &#60;SHOW CARD 83 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q83.B People in your neighbourhood -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very much much to a certain extent
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# v285: Value 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v286:

are you concerned with: people neighbourhood (Q83B)


Label not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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are you concerned with: people own region (Q83C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66913 /-] [Invalid=873 /-] Q83 &#60;SHOW CARD 83 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q83.C The people of the region you live in -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v287:

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are you concerned with: fellow countrymen (Q83D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66795 /-] [Invalid=991 /-] Q83 &#60;SHOW CARD 83 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of:
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are you concerned with: fellow countrymen (Q83D)


Q83.D Your fellow countrymen -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v288:

Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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are you concerned with: europeans (Q83E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66232 /-] [Invalid=1554 /-] Q83 &#60;SHOW CARD 83 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q83.E Europeans -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very much
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# v288: Value 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v289:

are you concerned with: europeans (Q83E)


Label much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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are you concerned with: humankind (Q83F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66182 /-] [Invalid=1604 /-] Q83 &#60;SHOW CARD 83 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q83.F All humans all over the world -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v290:

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are you concerned with: elderly people (Q84A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=65627 /-] [Invalid=2159 /-]
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are you concerned with: elderly people (Q84A)


Q84 &#60;SHOW CARD 84 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q84.A elderly people in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Slovak Republic: Question not implemented in Hungarian version of Field Questionnaire, but in Slovak version. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. For Slovak question see SK08 in national dataset. Respondents can be filtered by v376 &#39;62 Hungarian&#39; and &#39;144 Slovak&#39;. Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v291:

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are you concerned with: unemployed people (Q84B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66906 /-] [Invalid=880 /-] Q84 &#60;SHOW CARD 84 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q84.B unemployed people in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/
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# v291:

are you concerned with: unemployed people (Q84B)


Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction).

Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v292:

Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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are you concerned with: immigrants (Q84C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66351 /-] [Invalid=1435 /-] Q84 &#60;SHOW CARD 84 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q84.C immigrants in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

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are you concerned with: sick and disabled (Q84D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66998 /-] [Invalid=788 /-] Q84 &#60;SHOW CARD 84 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q84.D sick and disabled people in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/ Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction). Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v294:

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are you concerned with: poor children (Q84E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-5] [Missing=*] [Valid=66954 /-] [Invalid=832 /-] Q84 &#60;SHOW CARD 84 READ OUT EACH ITEM AND CODE AN ANSWER FOR EACH&#62; To what extent do you feel concerned about the living conditions of: Q84.E Children in poor families in [COUNTRY] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 very much 2 much 3 to a certain extent 4 not so much 5 not at all Ukraine: Incomparable translation of the item. The phrase &#39;feel concerned about&#39; has been translated differently. More detailed information on translation problems is available at: www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/evs/surveys/survey-2008/dataanddocumentation/
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# v294: Value 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v295:

are you concerned with: poor children (Q84E)


Label very much much to a certain extent not so much not at all other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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environment: giving part of income (Q85A)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=62042 /-] [Invalid=5744 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.A I would give part of my income if I were certain that the money would be used to prevent environmental pollution -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, response categories). Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v296:

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environment: approaching the limit of people (Q85B)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=56036 /-] [Invalid=11750 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62;

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# v296:

environment: approaching the limit of people (Q85B)


I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.B We are approaching the limit of the number of people the earth can support -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Comparability: Comparable questions: WVS 2000 (v33).

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v297:

Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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environment: interference produces disastrous consequences (Q85C)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=62119 /-] [Invalid=5667 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.C When humans interfere with nature it often produces disastrous consequences -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Sweden: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer
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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2

Cases

Percentage

# v297: Value -1 # v298:

environment: interference produces disastrous consequences (Q85C)


Label don't know Cases Percentage

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environment: human ingenuity insures earth remaining fit (Q85D)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=56960 /-] [Invalid=10826 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.D Human ingenuity will insure that the earth remains fit to live in -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v299:

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environment: nature is strong enough to cope with impacts of industry (Q85E)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=57305 /-] [Invalid=10481 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.E The balance of nature is strong enough to cope with the impacts of modern industrial nations -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree disagree
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Value 1 2 3

Cases

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# v299: Value 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v300:

environment: nature is strong enough to cope with impacts of industry (Q85E)


Label disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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environment: humans were meant to rule over nature (Q85F)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=60325 /-] [Invalid=7461 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.F Humans were meant to rule over the rest of nature -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree strongly Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v301:

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environment: if things continue we will experience a catastrophe (Q85G)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=60010 /-] [Invalid=7776 /-] Q85 &#60;SHOW CARD 85 READ OUT AND CODE ONE ANSWER PER LINE!&#62; I am now going to read out some statements about the environment. For each one read out, can you tell me whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? Q85.G If things continue on their present course, we will soon experience a major ecological catastrophe -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 agree strongly 2 agree 3 disagree
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# v301:

environment: if things continue we will experience a catastrophe (Q85G)


4 disagree strongly

Value 1 2 3 4 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v302:

Label agree strongly agree disagree disagree strongly other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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sex respondent (Q86)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67774 /-] [Invalid=12 /-] Q86 INCLUDE COUNTRY-SPECIFIC QUESTIONS HERE/ &#60;ASK ALL&#62; / Demographics Sex of respondent -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 male 2 female Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v214), WVS 2000 (v223). Label male female other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v303:

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year of birth respondent (Q87)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1900-1994] [Missing=*] [Valid=67495 /-] [Invalid=291 /-] Q87 Can you tell me your year of birth, please 19.. -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v215), WVS 2000 (v224).
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# v303: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # age:

year of birth respondent (Q87)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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age: respondent (constructed)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 15-108] [Missing=*] [Valid=67495 /-] [Invalid=291 /-] Age respondent (constructed) Source variable: v303 [Can you tell me your year of birth, please 19..] Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # age_r:

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age (recoded)
[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-6] [Missing=*] [Valid=67495 /-] [Invalid=291 /-] Age - recoded (6 intervals) Source variable: age -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 15-24 2 25-34 3 35-44 4 45-54 5 55-64 6 65 and more years Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label 15-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65 and more years other missing Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 -5

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# age_r: Value -4 -3 -2 -1

age (recoded)
Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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# age_r2:

age (recoded into 3 intervals)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67495 /-] [Invalid=291 /-] Age - recoded (3 intervals) Source variable: age -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 15-29 years 2 30-49 years 3 50 and more years Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label 15-29 years 30-49 years 50 and more years other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Information Statistics [NW/ W] Literal question

Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v304:

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having [countrys] nationality (Q88)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67652 /-] [Invalid=134 /-] Q88 Do you have [COUNTRYS] nationality? &#60;NATIONALITY IS PASSPORT!&#62; &#60;IF CODE 1, -1, -2: GO TO Q90&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Norway: Variable derived from v305b. Label yes no other missing
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Value 1 2 -5

Cases

Percentage

# v304: Value -4 -3 -2 -1

having [countrys] nationality (Q88)


Label question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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# v305b:

respondents nationality - ISO 3166-1 code (Q89)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4-917] [Missing=*] [Valid=3275 /-] [Invalid=64511 /-] Q89 What is your nationality? &#60;NATIONALITY IS PASSPORT!&#62; &#60;CODING INSTRUCTION: TO BE CODED INTO PRE-SPECIFIED ISO 3166-1 (2-CHARACTER)&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 4 Afghanistan 8 Albania 12 Algeria 20 Andorra 24 Angola 31 Azerbaijan 32 Argentina 36 Australia 40 Austria 50 Bangladesh 51 Armenia 56 Belgium 68 Bolivia 70 Bosnia-Herzegovina 76 Brazil 100 Bulgaria 112 Belarus 120 Cameroon 124 Canada 132 Cape Verde 144 Sri Lanka 152 Chile 156 China 158 Taiwan 170 Colombia 178 Congo, Rep. of 191 Croatia 192 Cuba 196 Cyprus 200 Czechoslovakia 203 Czech Republic 208 Denmark 214 Dominican Republic 218 Ecuador 231 Ethiopia 233 Estonia 246 Finland 250 France 263 Faroe Islands 268 Georgia 275 Palestinian Territory, occupied 276 Germany 288 Ghana 300 Greece
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# v305b:

respondents nationality - ISO 3166-1 code (Q89)


324 Guinea 340 Honduras 348 Hungary 352 Iceland 356 India 360 Indonesia 364 Iran 368 Iraq 372 Ireland 376 Israel 380 Italy 384 Cte d&#39;Ivoire 392 Japan 398 Kazakhstan 410 Korea, South 422 Lebanon 428 Latvia 440 Lithuania 450 Madagascar 454 Malawi 480 Mauritius 498 Moldava 504 Morocco 528 Netherlands 530 Netherlands Antilles 554 New Zealand 566 Nigeria 578 Norway 586 Pakistan 600 Paraguay 604 Peru 608 Philippines 616 Poland 620 Portugal 642 Romania 643 Russia 678 So Tom and Prncipe 686 Senegal 703 Slovakia 704 Vietnam 705 Slovenia 706 Somalia 710 South Africa 716 Zimbabwe 724 Spain 752 Sweden 756 Switzerland 760 Syria 762 Tajikistan 764 Thailand 788 Tunisia 792 Turkey 795 Turkmenistan 804 Ukraine 807 Macedonia 818 Egypt 826 Great Britain 834 Tanzania 840 United States 858 Uruguay 860 Uzbekistan 862 Venezuela 890 Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of 894 Zambia 911 Serbia 912 Montenegro 915 Kosovo 917 Alien&#39;s passport
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# v305b:

respondents nationality - ISO 3166-1 code (Q89)


Note: Verbatim recorded answers standardized according to ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code. Data for original string variable is not available in this dataset.

Value 4 8 12 20 24 31 32 36 40 50 51 56 68 70 76 100 112 120 124 132 144 152 156 158 170 178 191 192 196 200 203 208 214 218 231 233 246 250 263 268 275

Label Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Azerbaijan Argentina Australia Austria Bangladesh Armenia Belgium Bolivia Bosnia-Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Belarus Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Sri Lanka Chile China Taiwan Colombia Congo, Rep. of Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czechoslovakia Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Ethiopia Estonia Finland France Faroe Islands Georgia Palestinian Territory, occupied
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Percentage

# v305b: Value 276 288 300 324 340 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 392 398 410 422 428 440 450 454 480 498 504 528 530 554 566 578 586 600 604 608 616 620 642 643 678 686 703 704

respondents nationality - ISO 3166-1 code (Q89)


Label Germany Ghana Greece Guinea Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Cte d'Ivoire Japan Kazakhstan Korea, South Lebanon Latvia Lithuania Madagascar Malawi Mauritius Moldava Morocco Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Pakistan Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia So Tom and Pr-ncipe Senegal Slovakia Vietnam
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Cases

Percentage

# v305b: Value 705 706 710 716 724 752 756 760 762 764 788 792 795 804 807 818 826 834 840 858 860 862 890 894 911 912 915 917 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v306:

respondents nationality - ISO 3166-1 code (Q89)


Label Slovenia Somalia South Africa Zimbabwe Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine Macedonia Egypt Great Britain Tanzania United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of Zambia Serbia Montenegro Kosovo Alien's passport other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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respondent born in [country] (Q90)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67636 /-] [Invalid=150 /-] Q90 Were you born in [COUNTRY]? &#60;IF CODE 1, -1, -2: GO TO Q93&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes
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# v306:

respondent born in [country] (Q90)


2 no

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v307b:

Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4-915] [Missing=*] [Valid=5287 /-] [Invalid=62499 /-] Q91 In which country were you born? Write in: ... &#60;CODING INSTRUCTION: TO BE CODED INTO PRE-SPECIFIED ISO 3166-1 (2-CHARACTER)&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 4 Afghanistan 8 Albania 12 Algeria 20 Andorra 24 Angola 31 Azerbaijan 32 Argentina 36 Australia 40 Austria 50 Bangladesh 51 Armenia 56 Belgium 66 Anguilla 68 Bolivia 70 Bosnia-Herzegovina 76 Brazil 96 Brunei 100 Bulgaria 104 Burma (Myanmar) 108 Burundi 112 Belarus 116 Cambodia 120 Cameroon 124 Canada 132 Cape Verde 140 Central African Republic 144 Sri Lanka 152 Chile 156 China 158 Taiwan 170 Colombia 178 Congo, Rep. of 180 Congo, Dem. Rep. of 191 Croatia 192 Cuba 196 Cyprus 200 Czechoslovakia 203 Czech Republic
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# v307b:

respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


204 Benin 208 Denmark 214 Dominican Republic 218 Ecuador 231 Ethiopia 232 Eritrea 233 Estonia 242 Fiji 246 Finland 250 France 262 Djibouti 263 Faroe Islands 264 Greenland 268 Georgia 275 Palestinian Territory, occupied 276 Germany 288 Ghana 292 Gibraltar 300 Greece 324 Guinea 332 Haiti 340 Honduras 344 Hong Kong 348 Hungary 352 Iceland 356 India 360 Indonesia 364 Iran 368 Iraq 372 Ireland 376 Israel 380 Italy 384 Cte d&#39;Ivoire 388 Jamaica 392 Japan 398 Kazakhstan 404 Kenya 408 Korea, North 410 Korea, South 414 Kuwait 417 Kyrgyzstan 418 Laos 422 Lebanon 428 Latvia 434 Libya 438 Liechtenstein 440 Lithuania 442 Luxembourg 450 Madagascar 454 Malawi 480 Mauritius 484 Mexico 496 Mongolia 498 Moldava 504 Morocco 508 Mozambique 524 Nepal 528 Netherlands 530 Netherlands Antilles 533 Aruba 554 New Zealand 562 Niger 566 Nigeria 578 Norway 586 Pakistan 591 Panama 600 Paraguay 604 Peru
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# v307b:

respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


608 Philippines 616 Poland 620 Portugal 624 Guinea-Bissau 630 Puerto Rico 642 Romania 643 Russia 646 Rwanda 678 So Tom and Prncipe 686 Senegal 694 Sierra Leone 702 Singapore 703 Slovakia 704 Vietnam 705 Slovenia 706 Somalia 710 South Africa 716 Zimbabwe 724 Spain 740 Suriname 752 Sweden 756 Switzerland 760 Syria 762 Tajikistan 764 Thailand 768 Togo 784 United Arab Emirates 788 Tunisia 792 Turkey 795 Turkmenistan 800 Uganda 804 Ukraine 807 Macedonia 810 USSR 818 Egypt 826 Great Britain 833 Isle of Man 834 Tanzania 840 United States 858 Uruguay 860 Uzbekistan 862 Venezuela 882 Samoa 890 Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of 894 Zambia 901 Germany East 911 Serbia 912 Montenegro 915 Kosovo Note: Verbatim recorded answers standardized according to ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code. Data for original string variable is not available in this dataset.

Value 4 8 12 20 24 31 32 36 40

Label Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Azerbaijan Argentina Australia Austria
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Percentage

# v307b: Value 50 51 56 66 68 70 76 96 100 104 108 112 116 120 124 132 140 144 152 156 158 170 178 180 191 192 196 200 203 204 208 214 218 231 232 233 242 246 250 262 263 264 268

respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


Label Bangladesh Armenia Belgium Anguilla Bolivia Bosnia-Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burma (Myanmar) Burundi Belarus Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Sri Lanka Chile China Taiwan Colombia Congo, Rep. of Congo, Dem. Rep. of Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czechoslovakia Czech Republic Benin Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Ethiopia Eritrea Estonia Fiji Finland France Djibouti Faroe Islands Greenland Georgia
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Cases

Percentage

# v307b: Value 275 276 288 292 300 324 332 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 398 404 408 410 414 417 418 422 428 434 438 440 442 450 454 480 484 496 498 504 508 524

respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


Label Palestinian Territory, occupied Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Guinea Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Cte d'Ivoire Jamaica Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea, North Korea, South Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Latvia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malawi Mauritius Mexico Mongolia Moldava Morocco Mozambique Nepal
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Cases

Percentage

# v307b: Value 528 530 533 554 562 566 578 586 591 600 604 608 616 620 624 630 642 643 646 678 686 694 702 703 704 705 706 710 716 724 740 752 756 760 762 764 768 784 788 792 795 800 804

respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


Label Netherlands Netherlands Antilles Aruba New Zealand Niger Nigeria Norway Pakistan Panama Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Guinea-Bissau Puerto Rico Romania Russia Rwanda So Tom and Pr-ncipe Senegal Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Vietnam Slovenia Somalia South Africa Zimbabwe Spain Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Togo United Arab Emirates Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine
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Cases

Percentage

# v307b: Value 807 810 818 826 833 834 840 858 860 862 882 890 894 901 911 912 915 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v308:

respondents country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q91)


Label Macedonia USSR Egypt Great Britain Isle of Man Tanzania United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Samoa Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of Zambia Germany East Serbia Montenegro Kosovo other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

year in which respondent came to live in [country] (Q92)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1916-2009] [Missing=*] [Valid=5034 /-] [Invalid=62752 /-] Q92 Can you tell me in which year you first came to live in [COUNTRY] Write in year: ... -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v309:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

father born in [country] (Q93)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67385 /-] [Invalid=401 /-] Q93
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# v309:

father born in [country] (Q93)


&#60;ASK ALL&#62; Was your father born in [COUNTRY]? &#60;IF CODE 1, -1, -2: GO TO Q95&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v310b:

Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4-916] [Missing=*] [Valid=8102 /-] [Invalid=59684 /-] Q94 In which country was your father born? Write in: ... &#60;CODING INSTRUCTION: TO BE CODED INTO PRE-SPECIFIED ISO 3166-1 (2-CHARACTER)&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 4 Afghanistan 8 Albania 12 Algeria 20 Andorra 24 Angola 28 Antigua and Barbuda 31 Azerbaijan 32 Argentina 36 Australia 40 Austria 50 Bangladesh 51 Armenia 56 Belgium 68 Bolivia 70 Bosnia-Herzegovina 72 Botswana 76 Brazil 100 Bulgaria 108 Burundi 112 Belarus 116 Cambodia 120 Cameroon 124 Canada 132 Cape Verde 140 Central African Republic 144 Sri Lanka 152 Chile 156 China 158 Taiwan
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# v310b:

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


170 Colombia 178 Congo, Rep. of 180 Congo, Dem. Rep. of 191 Croatia 192 Cuba 196 Cyprus 200 Czechoslovakia 203 Czech Republic 204 Benin 208 Denmark 214 Dominican Republic 218 Ecuador 222 El Salvador 231 Ethiopia 232 Eritrea 233 Estonia 242 Fiji 246 Finland 248 lands Islands 250 France 263 Faroe Islands 264 Greenland 268 Georgia 275 Palestinian Territory, occupied 276 Germany 288 Ghana 292 Gibraltar 300 Greece 308 Grenada 312 Guadeloupe 324 Guinea 328 Guyana 340 Honduras 344 Hong Kong 348 Hungary 352 Iceland 356 India 360 Indonesia 364 Iran 368 Iraq 372 Ireland 376 Israel 380 Italy 384 Cte d&#39;Ivoire 388 Jamaica 392 Japan 398 Kazakhstan 404 Kenya 408 Korea, North 410 Korea, South 414 Kuwait 417 Kyrgyzstan 418 Laos 422 Lebanon 428 Latvia 434 Libya 438 Liechtenstein 440 Lithuania 446 Macau 450 Madagascar 454 Malawi 458 Malaysia 470 Malta 474 Martinique 480 Mauritius 484 Mexico 498 Moldava 504 Morocco
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# v310b:

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


508 Mozambique 524 Nepal 528 Netherlands 530 Netherlands Antilles 533 Aruba 554 New Zealand 566 Nigeria 578 Norway 586 Pakistan 600 Paraguay 604 Peru 608 Philippines 616 Poland 620 Portugal 624 Guinea-Bissau 630 Puerto Rico 638 Runion 642 Romania 643 Russia 659 St. Kitts and Nevis 663 Saint Martin 678 So Tom and Prncipe 686 Senegal 694 Sierra Leone 702 Singapore 703 Slovakia 704 Vietnam 705 Slovenia 706 Somalia 710 South Africa 716 Zimbabwe 724 Spain 740 Suriname 752 Sweden 756 Switzerland 760 Syria 762 Tajikistan 764 Thailand 768 Togo 788 Tunisia 792 Turkey 795 Turkmenistan 800 Uganda 804 Ukraine 807 Macedonia 810 USSR 818 Egypt 826 Great Britain 834 Tanzania 840 United States 858 Uruguay 860 Uzbekistan 862 Venezuela 890 Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of 894 Zambia 900 Germany West 911 Serbia 912 Montenegro 915 Kosovo 916 Austria-Hungary Note: Verbatim recorded answers standardized according to ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code. Data for original string variable is not available in this dataset.

Value 4 8

Label Afghanistan Albania


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Percentage

# v310b: Value 12 20 24 28 31 32 36 40 50 51 56 68 70 72 76 100 108 112 116 120 124 132 140 144 152 156 158 170 178 180 191 192 196 200 203 204 208 214 218 222 231 232 233

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


Label Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Azerbaijan Argentina Australia Austria Bangladesh Armenia Belgium Bolivia Bosnia-Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Burundi Belarus Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Sri Lanka Chile China Taiwan Colombia Congo, Rep. of Congo, Dem. Rep. of Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czechoslovakia Czech Republic Benin Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Ethiopia Eritrea Estonia
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Cases

Percentage

# v310b: Value 242 246 248 250 263 264 268 275 276 288 292 300 308 312 324 328 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 398 404 408 410 414 417 418 422 428 434 438 440 446

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


Label Fiji Finland lands Islands France Faroe Islands Greenland Georgia Palestinian Territory, occupied Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Grenada Guadeloupe Guinea Guyana Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Cte d'Ivoire Jamaica Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea, North Korea, South Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Latvia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Macau
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Cases

Percentage

# v310b: Value 450 454 458 470 474 480 484 498 504 508 524 528 530 533 554 566 578 586 600 604 608 616 620 624 630 638 642 643 659 663 678 686 694 702 703 704 705 706 710 716 724 740 752

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


Label Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Malta Martinique Mauritius Mexico Moldava Morocco Mozambique Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles Aruba New Zealand Nigeria Norway Pakistan Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Guinea-Bissau Puerto Rico Runion Romania Russia St. Kitts and Nevis Saint Martin So Tom and Pr-ncipe Senegal Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Vietnam Slovenia Somalia South Africa Zimbabwe Spain Suriname Sweden
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Percentage

# v310b: Value 756 760 762 764 768 788 792 795 800 804 807 810 818 826 834 840 858 860 862 890 894 900 911 912 915 916 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v311:

fathers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q94)


Label Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Togo Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine Macedonia USSR Egypt Great Britain Tanzania United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of Zambia Germany West Serbia Montenegro Kosovo Austria-Hungary other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

mother born in [country] (Q95)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=67538 /-] [Invalid=248 /-] Q95 Was your mother born in [COUNTRY]? &#60;IF CODE 1, -1, -2: GO TO Q97&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no

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# v311: Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

mother born in [country] (Q95)


Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

# v312b:

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4-916] [Missing=*] [Valid=8036 /-] [Invalid=59750 /-] Q96 In which country was your mother born? Write in: ... &#60;CODING INSTRUCTION: TO BE CODED INTO PRE-SPECIFIED ISO 3166-1 (2-CHARACTER)&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 4 Afghanistan 8 Albania 12 Algeria 24 Angola 28 Antigua and Barbuda 31 Azerbaijan 32 Argentina 36 Australia 40 Austria 50 Bangladesh 51 Armenia 56 Belgium 68 Bolivia 70 Bosnia-Herzegovina 76 Brazil 100 Bulgaria 108 Burundi 112 Belarus 116 Cambodia 120 Cameroon 124 Canada 132 Cape Verde 140 Central African Republic 144 Sri Lanka 152 Chile 156 China 158 Taiwan 170 Colombia 178 Congo, Rep. of 180 Congo, Dem. Rep. of 191 Croatia 192 Cuba 196 Cyprus 200 Czechoslovakia 203 Czech Republic 204 Benin 208 Denmark 214 Dominican Republic 218 Ecuador
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# v312b:

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


231 Ethiopia 232 Eritrea 233 Estonia 242 Fiji 246 Finland 250 France 254 French Guiana 263 Faroe Islands 264 Greenland 268 Georgia 275 Palestinian Territory, occupied 276 Germany 288 Ghana 292 Gibraltar 300 Greece 308 Grenada 324 Guinea 340 Honduras 344 Hong Kong 348 Hungary 352 Iceland 356 India 360 Indonesia 364 Iran 368 Iraq 372 Ireland 376 Israel 380 Italy 384 Cte d&#39;Ivoire 388 Jamaica 392 Japan 398 Kazakhstan 400 Jordan 404 Kenya 410 Korea, South 417 Kyrgyzstan 418 Laos 422 Lebanon 428 Latvia 430 Liberia 434 Libya 438 Liechtenstein 440 Lithuania 450 Madagascar 454 Malawi 458 Malaysia 470 Malta 480 Mauritius 484 Mexico 496 Mongolia 498 Moldava 504 Morocco 508 Mozambique 524 Nepal 528 Netherlands 530 Netherlands Antilles 533 Aruba 554 New Zealand 562 Niger 566 Nigeria 578 Norway 586 Pakistan 600 Paraguay 604 Peru 608 Philippines 616 Poland 620 Portugal 624 Guinea-Bissau
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# v312b:

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


630 Puerto Rico 642 Romania 643 Russia 659 St. Kitts and Nevis 674 San Marino 678 So Tom and Prncipe 686 Senegal 694 Sierra Leone 702 Singapore 703 Slovakia 704 Vietnam 705 Slovenia 706 Somalia 710 South Africa 716 Zimbabwe 724 Spain 740 Suriname 752 Sweden 756 Switzerland 760 Syria 762 Tajikistan 764 Thailand 768 Togo 780 Trinidad and Tobago 788 Tunisia 792 Turkey 795 Turkmenistan 800 Uganda 804 Ukraine 807 Macedonia 810 USSR 818 Egypt 826 Great Britain 834 Tanzania 840 United States 858 Uruguay 860 Uzbekistan 862 Venezuela 890 Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of 894 Zambia 900 Germany West 911 Serbia 912 Montenegro 915 Kosovo 916 Austria-Hungary Note: Verbatim recorded answers standardized according to ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code. Data for original string variable is not available in this dataset.

Value 4 8 12 24 28 31 32 36 40 50 51

Label Afghanistan Albania Algeria Angola Antigua and Barbuda Azerbaijan Argentina Australia Austria Bangladesh Armenia
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Cases

Percentage

# v312b: Value 56 68 70 76 100 108 112 116 120 124 132 140 144 152 156 158 170 178 180 191 192 196 200 203 204 208 214 218 231 232 233 242 246 250 254 263 264 268 275 276 288 292 300

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


Label Belgium Bolivia Bosnia-Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Burundi Belarus Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Sri Lanka Chile China Taiwan Colombia Congo, Rep. of Congo, Dem. Rep. of Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czechoslovakia Czech Republic Benin Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Ethiopia Eritrea Estonia Fiji Finland France French Guiana Faroe Islands Greenland Georgia Palestinian Territory, occupied Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece
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Cases

Percentage

# v312b: Value 308 324 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 398 400 404 410 417 418 422 428 430 434 438 440 450 454 458 470 480 484 496 498 504 508 524 528 530 533 554

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


Label Grenada Guinea Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Cte d'Ivoire Jamaica Japan Kazakhstan Jordan Kenya Korea, South Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Latvia Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Malta Mauritius Mexico Mongolia Moldava Morocco Mozambique Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles Aruba New Zealand
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Percentage

# v312b: Value 562 566 578 586 600 604 608 616 620 624 630 642 643 659 674 678 686 694 702 703 704 705 706 710 716 724 740 752 756 760 762 764 768 780 788 792 795 800 804 807 810 818 826

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


Label Niger Nigeria Norway Pakistan Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Guinea-Bissau Puerto Rico Romania Russia St. Kitts and Nevis San Marino So Tom and Pr-ncipe Senegal Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Vietnam Slovenia Somalia South Africa Zimbabwe Spain Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine Macedonia USSR Egypt Great Britain
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Percentage

# v312b: Value 834 840 858 860 862 890 894 900 911 912 915 916 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v313:

mothers country of birth - ISO 3166-1 code (Q96)


Label Tanzania United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of Zambia Germany West Serbia Montenegro Kosovo Austria-Hungary other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

current legal marital status respondent (Q97)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-6] [Missing=*] [Valid=67325 /-] [Invalid=461 /-] Q97 &#60;WIDOWED AND DIVORCED FROM A MARRIAGE OR REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP ONLY, NOT FROM COHABITATION&#62; What is your current legal marital status? &#60;IF CODE 6, -1, -2: GO TO Q99&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 married 2 registered partnership 3 widowed 4 divorced 5 separated 6 never married and never registered partnership Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Northern Cyprus, Georgia, Italy, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine: Category 2 &#39;registered partnership&#39; was not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories, interviewer instruction). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v89), WVS 2000 (v106). (Differences: question text and response categories). Label married registered partnership widowed divorced Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4

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# v313: Value 5 6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v314:

current legal marital status respondent (Q97)


Label separated never married or registered partnership other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

lived with partner before marriage (Q98)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=49268 /-] [Invalid=18518 /-] Q98 Did you live together with your partner before your marriage or before the registration of your partnership? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v315:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

living with partner (Q99)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=28768 /-] [Invalid=39018 /-] Q99 &#60;IF MARRIED OR REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP (Q97 IS 1 OR 2) GO TO Q101&#62; Do you live with a partner? &#60;IF CODE 1: GO TO Q101&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Label yes no other missing question not asked
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Value 1 2 -5 -4

Cases

Percentage

# v315: Value -3 -2 -1 # v316:

living with partner (Q99)


Label not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

having steady relationship (Q100)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=23524 /-] [Invalid=44262 /-] Q100 Do you have a steady relationship? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording). Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v317:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

did you live with a partner before (Q101)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=52482 /-] [Invalid=15304 /-] Q101 &#60;FOR THOSE DIVORCED, SEPARATED, WIDOWED (Q97 IS 3, 4 OR 5) GO TO Q105 / FOR THOSE MARRIED OR IN A REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP (Q97 IS 1 OR 2) ASK:&#62; Before your current relationship, were you married or did you live with a partner? &#60;FOR THOSE NEVER MARRIED OR NEVER IN A REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP (Q97 IS 6) ASK:&#62; Did you live with a partner before? &#60;IF CODE 2, -1, -2, -3: GO TO Q105&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no Iceland: Variable was split in two questions in Field Questionnaire. Respondents had to answer one of them, not both. Both questions are merged to fit the Master Questionnaire. Italy: Variable was split into two part of which the second part was added to v318. This was recoded for the variables to be in line with the Master Questionnaire. Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: interviewer instruction, question wording).
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# v317: Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v318:

did you live with a partner before (Q101)


Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

married to this partner or in registered partnership (Q102)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=4228 /-] [Invalid=63558 /-] Q102 &#60;FOR THOSE NEVER MARRIED OR NEVER IN A REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP (Q97 IS 6) GO TO Q104 / ASK FROM THOSE WHO ARE MARRIED OR IN REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP Q97=1 OR 2&#62; Were you married to this partner or did you have a registered partnership with this partner? &#60;IF CODE 3, -1, -2, -3: GO TO Q104&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes, married 2 yes registered partnership 3 no Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Northern Cyprus, Georgia, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine: Category 2 &#39;registered partnership&#39; was not implemented in Field Questionnaire. Turkey: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label yes, married yes registered partnership no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v319:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

lived with this partner before marriage/registration of partnership (Q103)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=2359 /-] [Invalid=65427 /-] Q103 Did you live together with this partner before your marriage or before the registration of your partnership? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 yes 2 no
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# v319:

lived with this partner before marriage/registration of partnership (Q103)


Turkey: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;.

Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v320:

Label yes no other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

end of relationship because of separation or partners death


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-2] [Missing=*] [Valid=5283 /-] [Invalid=62503 /-] Q104 Did this relationship end because you separated or because your partner died? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 separated 2 partner died Turkey: Question not asked in Field Questionnaire. Computed and coded as -4 &#39;question not asked&#39;. Label separated partner died other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v321:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

how many children do you have (Q105)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-0] [Missing=*] [Valid=67173 /-] [Invalid=613 /-] Q105 &#60;ASK ALL&#62; How many children do you have? Write in: ... &#60;IF CODE 0: GO TO Q107&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no children Label no children
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Value 0

Cases

Percentage

# v321: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v322:

how many children do you have (Q105)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

year in which firstborn child was born (Q106)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1929-2010] [Missing=*] [Valid=46498 /-] [Invalid=21288 /-] Q106 Of all your children, in which year was your first child born? Please, include deceased children. Write in year: ... -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v323:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

living in household: partner, husband or wife (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67137 /-] [Invalid=649 /-] Q107a &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. &#60;DEFINITION OF LIVING IN HOUSEHOLD: SPENDING ON AVERAGE FOUR OR MORE NIGHTS PER WEEK IN THE SAME HOUSE. CHILDREN INCLUDE PARTNERS, ADOPTION AND FOSTER CHILDREN.&#62; v323 partner, husband or wife -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI04 in Finnish dataset). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI05). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no
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Value 0

Cases

Percentage

# v323: Value 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

living in household: partner, husband or wife (Q107)


Label yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

# v324a:

living in household: children (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66388 /-] [Invalid=1398 /-] Q107a &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. &#60;DEFINITION OF LIVING IN HOUSEHOLD: SPENDING ON AVERAGE FOUR OR MORE NIGHTS PER WEEK IN THE SAME HOUSE. CHILDREN INCLUDE PARTNERS, ADOPTION AND FOSTER CHILDREN.&#62; v324a children -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI04 in Finnish dataset). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI05). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v324b:

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

living in household: number of children (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-16] [Missing=*] [Valid=29373 /-] [Invalid=38413 /-] Q107b &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. IF YES, number: ... v324b number of children -5 other missing
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# v324b:

living in household: number of children (Q107)


-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v325a:

Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.

living in household: parents (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66611 /-] [Invalid=1175 /-] Q107a &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. &#60;DEFINITION OF LIVING IN HOUSEHOLD: SPENDING ON AVERAGE FOUR OR MORE NIGHTS PER WEEK IN THE SAME HOUSE. CHILDREN INCLUDE PARTNERS, ADOPTION AND FOSTER CHILDREN.&#62; v325a parents -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI04 in Finnish dataset). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI05). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v325b:

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living in household: number of parents (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-6] [Missing=*] [Valid=13660 /-] [Invalid=54126 /-] Q107b &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household.
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# v325b:

living in household: number of parents (Q107)


IF YES, number: ... v325b number of parents -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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# v326a:

living in household: grandparents (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66165 /-] [Invalid=1621 /-] Q107a &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. &#60;DEFINITION OF LIVING IN HOUSEHOLD: SPENDING ON AVERAGE FOUR OR MORE NIGHTS PER WEEK IN THE SAME HOUSE. CHILDREN INCLUDE PARTNERS, ADOPTION AND FOSTER CHILDREN.&#62; v326a grandparents -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI04 in Finnish dataset). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI05). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v326b:

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living in household: number of grandparents (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-4] [Missing=*] [Valid=2213 /-] [Invalid=65573 /-] Q107b &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. IF YES, number: ... v326b number of grandparents -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know
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Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

Cases

Percentage

# v326b: # v327a:

living in household: number of grandparents (Q107) living in household: relatives (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66478 /-] [Invalid=1308 /-] Q107a &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. &#60;DEFINITION OF LIVING IN HOUSEHOLD: SPENDING ON AVERAGE FOUR OR MORE NIGHTS PER WEEK IN THE SAME HOUSE. CHILDREN INCLUDE PARTNERS, ADOPTION AND FOSTER CHILDREN.&#62; v327a other relatives (brothers, sisters etc.) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI04 in Finnish dataset). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI05). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v327b:

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living in household: number of relatives (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-12] [Missing=*] [Valid=8578 /-] [Invalid=59208 /-] Q107b &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. IF YES, number: ... v327b number of other relatives (brothers, sisters etc.) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know Label other missing question not asked not applicable
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Value -5 -4 -3

Cases

Percentage

# v327b: Value -2 -1 # v328a:

living in household: number of relatives (Q107)


Label no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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living in household: non relatives (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66268 /-] [Invalid=1518 /-] Q107a &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. &#60;DEFINITION OF LIVING IN HOUSEHOLD: SPENDING ON AVERAGE FOUR OR MORE NIGHTS PER WEEK IN THE SAME HOUSE. CHILDREN INCLUDE PARTNERS, ADOPTION AND FOSTER CHILDREN.&#62; v328a Other non relatives -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI04 in Finnish dataset). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI05). Variables v323 v324a v325a v326a v327a v328a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v328b:

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living in household: number of non relatives (Q107)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-12] [Missing=*] [Valid=2015 /-] [Invalid=65771 /-] Q107b &#60;SHOW CARD 107&#62; Who, apart from you, is living in this household? Please select from the card all those that are relevant, and tell me how many of each live in the household. IF YES, number: ... v328b number of other non relatives -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v328b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v329a:

living in household: number of non relatives (Q107)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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experienced: death of own children (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66256 /-] [Invalid=1530 /-] Q108a Have you ever experienced any of the following events? [If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time?] v329a The death of one of your children? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI06 in Finnish dataset). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI07). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v329b:

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age experienced: death of own children (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-95] [Missing=*] [Valid=2872 /-] [Invalid=64914 /-] Q108b [Have you ever experienced any of the following events?] If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time? IF YES, age: ... v329b The death of one of your children? (age experienced) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v329b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v330a:

age experienced: death of own children (Q108)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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experienced: divorce of own children (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66168 /-] [Invalid=1618 /-] Q108a Have you ever experienced any of the following events? [If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time?] v330a The divorce of one of your children? -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI06 in Finnish dataset). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI07). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v330b:

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age experienced: divorce of own children (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 4-96] [Missing=*] [Valid=3278 /-] [Invalid=64508 /-] Q108b [Have you ever experienced any of the following events?] If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time? IF YES, age: ... v330b The divorce of one of your children? (age experienced) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v330b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v331a:

age experienced: divorce of own children (Q108)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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experienced: divorce of parents (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67103 /-] [Invalid=683 /-] Q108a Have you ever experienced any of the following events? [If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time?] v331a The divorce of your parents -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI06 in Finnish dataset). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI07). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v331b:

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age experienced: divorce of parents (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-79] [Missing=*] [Valid=4744 /-] [Invalid=63042 /-] Q108b [Have you ever experienced any of the following events?] If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time? IF YES, age: ... v331b The divorce of your parents (age experienced) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v331b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v332a:

age experienced: divorce of parents (Q108)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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experienced: divorce of relative (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=66501 /-] [Invalid=1285 /-] Q108a Have you ever experienced any of the following events? [If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time?] v332a The divorce of another relative -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI06 in Finnish dataset). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI07). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v332b:

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age experienced: divorce of relative (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-94] [Missing=*] [Valid=10477 /-] [Invalid=57309 /-] Q108b [Have you ever experienced any of the following events?] If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time? IF YES, age: ... v332b The divorce of another relative (age experienced) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v332b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v333a:

age experienced: divorce of relative (Q108)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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experienced: death of father (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67076 /-] [Invalid=710 /-] Q108a Have you ever experienced any of the following events? [If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time?] v333a The death of your father -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI06 in Finnish dataset). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI07). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v333b:

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age experienced: death of father (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-94] [Missing=*] [Valid=28511 /-] [Invalid=39275 /-] Q108b [Have you ever experienced any of the following events?] If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time? IF YES, age: ... v333b The death of your father (age experienced) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v333b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v334a:

age experienced: death of father (Q108)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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experienced: death of mother (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-1] [Missing=*] [Valid=67114 /-] [Invalid=672 /-] Q108a Have you ever experienced any of the following events? [If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time?] v334a The death of your mother -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no 1 yes Response categories documented according to dataset. In Master Questionnaire response categories are: 1. yes 2. no Finland: In the Field Questionnaire category &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39; was implemented as own variable (FI06 in Finnish dataset). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into 0 &#39;no&#39; according to this &#39;none of the above mentioned&#39;-variable. Likewise an additional variable indicating &#39;can&#39;t say&#39; was implemented (FI07). Variables v329a v330a v331a v332a v333a v334a were recoded into -1 &#39;don&#39;t know&#39; according to this &#39;can&#39;t say&#39;-variable. Label no yes other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v334b:

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age experienced: death of mother (Q108)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-96] [Missing=*] [Valid=21423 /-] [Invalid=46363 /-] Q108b [Have you ever experienced any of the following events?] If yes, at what age have you experienced this for the first time? IF YES, age: ... v334b The death of your mother (age experienced) -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know

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# v334b: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v335:

age experienced: death of mother (Q108)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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age completed education respondent (Q109)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-0] [Missing=*] [Valid=63570 /-] [Invalid=4216 /-] Q109 At what age did you complete your full time education, either at school or at an institution of higher education? Please exclude apprenticeships. &#60;IF RESPONDENT IS STILL AT SCHOOL, ASK:&#62; At what age do you expect you will have completed your education? Write in age: ... -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 no formal education Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). (Modified trend: response categories). Comparable questions: WVS 1995 (v218), WVS 2000 (v227). Label no formal education other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 0 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v335_r:

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age completed education respondent (Q109) (recoded in intervals)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-10] [Missing=*] [Valid=63570 /-] [Invalid=4216 /-] AGE COMPLETED EDUCATION RESPONDENT - RECODED (10 INTERVALS) Source variable: v335 [At what age did you complete your full time education, either at school or at an institution of higher education? Please exclude apprenticeships.] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 &#60;12 years 2 13 years 3 14 years 4 15 years 5 16 years 6 17 years 7 18 years 8 19 years
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# v335_r:

age completed education respondent (Q109) (recoded in intervals)


9 20 years 10 21 +years Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999).

Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v336:

Label <12 years 13 years 14 years 15 years 16 years 17 years 18 years 19 years 20 years 21 +years other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

Cases

Percentage

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educational level respondent: ISCED code one digit (Q110)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-6] [Missing=*] [Valid=67171 /-] [Invalid=615 /-] EDUCATIONAL LEVEL OF RESPONDENT: ISCED (ONE-DIGIT CODE) - HARMONIZED VARIABLE Q110 &#60;SHOW CARD 110&#62; What is the highest level you have completed in your education? &#60;COMPLETED MEANS DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 0 : pre-primary education or none education 1 1 : primary education or first stage of basic education 2 2 : lower secondary or second stage of basic education 3 3 : (upper) secondary education 4 4 : post-secondary non-tertiary education 5 5 : first stage of tertiary education 6 6 : second stage of tertiary education Note: Harmonized variable: national educational categories have been recoded according to ISCED97. For country-specific variable, see v336_cs. For detailed correspondence with country-specific categories, see Method Report. Turkey: Persons who answered to not have finished &#34;Liseden&#34; (high school) were coded as 2 &#34;2: Lower secondary or second stage of basic education&#34; (66 cases). For excluding these persons from analysis use variable v336_cs code 7920211 &#34;TR - 6 - Liseden ayr#ld#m&#34;. Label 0 : Pre-primary education or none education 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 2 : Lower secondary or second stage of basic education Cases Percentage

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# v336: Value 3 4 5 6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1

educational level respondent: ISCED code one digit (Q110)


Label 3 : (Upper) secondary education 4 : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 5 : First stage of tertiary education 6 : Second stage of tertiary education other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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# v336_r:

education level (Q110) (recoded)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-3] [Missing=*] [Valid=67171 /-] [Invalid=615 /-] EDUCATIONAL LEVEL OF RESPONDENT - RECODED (3 CATEGORIES) Source variable: v336_4 [What is the highest level you have completed in your education?] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 Lower 2 Middle 3 Upper Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label Lower Middle Upper other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v336_2: Information

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educational level respondent: ISCED code two digits (Q110)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-60] [Missing=*] [Valid=67171 /-] [Invalid=615 /-] EDUCATIONAL LEVEL OF RESPONDENT: ISCED (TWO-DIGIT CODE) - HARMONIZED VARIABLE Q110 &#60;SHOW CARD 110&#62; What is the highest level you have completed in your education? &#60;COMPLETED MEANS DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE&#62; -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 0 : pre-primary education or none education
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# v336_2:

educational level respondent: ISCED code two digits (Q110)


10 1 : primary education or first stage of basic education 11 1 : primary education or first stage of basic education 21 2A : general lower secondary or second stage of basic education 22 2B : pre-vocational or pre-technical lower secondary or second stage of basic education 23 2C : vocational or technical lower secondary or second stage of basic education 31 3A : general (upper) secondary education 32 3B : pre-vocational or pre-technical (upper) secondary education 33 3C : vocational or technical (upper) secondary education 40 4 : post-secondary non-tertiary education 41 4A : post-secondary non-tertiary education 42 4B : post-secondary non-tertiary education 43 4C : post-secondary non-tertiary education 51 5A : first stage of tertiary education (general) 52 5B : first stage of tertiary education (vocational) 60 6 : second stage of tertiary education Note: Harmonized variable: national educational categories have been recoded according to ISCED97. For country-specific variable, see v336_cs. For detailed correspondence with country-specific categories, see Method Report. Turkey: Persons who answered to not have finished &#34;Liseden&#34; (high school) were coded as 21 &#34;2A: General lower secondary or second stage of basic education&#34; (66 cases). For excluding these persons from analysis use variable v336_cs code 7920211 &#34;TR - 6 - Liseden ayr#ld#m&#34;.

Value 0 10 11 21 22 23 31 32 33 40 41 42 43 51 52 60 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v336_3: Information

Label 0 : Pre-primary education or none education 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 2A : General lower secondary or second stage of basic educ 2B : Pre-vocational or pre-technical lower secondary or se 2C : Vocational or technical lower secondary or second sta 3A : General (upper) secondary education 3B : Pre-vocational or pre-technical (upper) secondary edu 3C : Vocational or technical (upper) secondary education 4 : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 4A : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 4B : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 4C : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 5A : First stage of tertiary education (general) 5B : First stage of tertiary education (vocational) 6 : Second stage of tertiary education other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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Percentage

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educational level respondent: ISCED code three digits (Q110)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 0-602] [Missing=*] [Valid=67171 /-] [Invalid=615 /-] EDUCATIONAL LEVEL OF RESPONDENT: ISCED (THREE-DIGIT CODE) - HARMONIZED VARIABLE Q110 &#60;SHOW CARD 110&#62; What is the highest level you have completed in your education? &#60;COMPLETED MEANS DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE&#62;
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# v336_3:

educational level respondent: ISCED code three digits (Q110)


-5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 0 0 : Pre-primary education or none education 100 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 110 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 210 2A : General lower secondary or second stage of basic education 220 2B : Pre-vocational or pre-technical lower secondary or second stage of basic education 230 2C : Vocational or technical lower secondary or second stage of basic education 310 3A : General (upper) secondary education 320 3B : Pre-vocational or pre-technical (upper) secondary education 330 3C : Vocational or technical (upper) secondary education 400 4 : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 410 4A : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 420 4B : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 430 4C : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 510 5A : First stage of tertiary education (general) 511 5A (first degree) : First stage of tertiary education (general) 512 5A (second degree) : First stage of tertiary education (general) 513 5A (third degree) : First stage of tertiary education (general) 520 5B : First stage of tertiary education (vocational) 600 6 : Second stage of tertiary education 601 6 (first degree) : Second stage of tertiary education 602 6 (second degree) : Second stage of tertiary education Note: Harmonized variable: national educational categories have been recoded according to ISCED97. For country-specific variable, see v336_cs. For detailed correspondence with country-specific categories, see Method Report. Turkey: Persons who answered to not have finished &#34;Liseden&#34; (high school) were coded as 210 &#34;2A: General lower secondary or second stage of basic education&#34; (66 cases). For excluding these persons from analysis use variable v336_cs code 7920211 &#34;TR - 6 - Liseden ayr#ld#m&#34;.

Value 0 100 110 210 220 230 310 320 330 400 410 420 430 510 511 512 513 520 600 601 602

Label 0 : Pre-primary education or none education 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 1 : Primary education or first stage of basic education 2A : General lower secondary or second stage of basic educ 2B : Pre-vocational or pre-technical lower secondary or se 2C : Vocational or technical lower secondary or second sta 3A : General (upper) secondary education 3B : Pre-vocational or pre-technical (upper) secondary edu 3C : Vocational or technical (upper) secondary education 4 : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 4A : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 4B : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 4C : Post-secondary non-tertiary education 5A : First stage of tertiary education (general) 5A (first degree) : First stage of tertiary education (gen 5A (second degree) : First stage of tertiary education (ge 5A (third degree) : First stage of tertiary education (gen 5B : First stage of tertiary education (vocational) 6 : Second stage of tertiary education 6 (first degree) : Second stage of tertiary education 6 (second degree) : Second stage of tertiary education
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# v336_3: Value -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v336_4: Information

educational level respondent: ISCED code three digits (Q110)


Label other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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highest educational level attained respondent (8 categories) (Q110)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-8] [Missing=*] [Valid=67171 /-] [Invalid=615 /-] HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL LEVEL ATTAINED RESPONDENT - RECODED (8 CATEGORIES) Source variable: v336_3 [What is the highest level you have completed in your education?] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 1 Inadequately completed elementary education 2 Completed (compulsory) elementary education 3 Incomplete secondary school: technical/vocational type 4 Complete secondary school: technical/vocational type/secondary 5 Incomplete secondary: university-preparatory type/secondary, 6 Complete secondary: university-preparatory type/full secondary 7 Some university without degree/higher education - lower-level tertiary 8 University with degree/higher education - upper-level tertiary Note: Variable constructed in the style of CASMIN (Comparative Analysis of Social Mobility in Industrial Nations) but not in exact accordance with the scheme as it is based on educational level in country as defined in ISCED (3 digits). Comparability: Trend question (EVS 2008=EVS 1999). Label Inadequately completed elementary education Completed (compulsory) elementary education Incomplete secondary school: technical/vocational type Complete secondary school: technical/vocational type/seconda Incomplete secondary: university-preparatory type/secondary, Complete secondary: university-preparatory type/full seconda Some university without degree/higher education - lower-leve University with degree/higher education - upper-level tertia other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know Cases Percentage

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Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v336_5: Information

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highest educational level attained respondent (13 categories) (Q110)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 1-13] [Missing=*] [Valid=67171 /-] [Invalid=615 /-] HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL LEVEL ATTAINED RESPONDENT - RECODED (13 CATEGORIES) Source variable: v336_3
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# v336_5:

highest educational level attained respondent (13 categories) (Q110)


[What is the highest level you have completed in your education?] -5 other missing -4 question not asked -3 nap -2 na -1 dk 1 1a: Inadequately completed general education 2 1b: General elementary education 3 1c: Basic vocational qualification or general elementary education and vocational qualification 4 2a: Intermediate vocational qualification or intermediate general qualification and vocational qualification 5 2b: Intermediate general qualification 6 2c_gen: General maturity certificate 7 2c_voc: Vocational maturity certificate/General maturity certificate and vocational qualification 8 3a: Lower tertiary education 9 3a_gen: Lower tertiary education general diplomas 10 3a_voc: Lower tertiary education diplomas with vocational emphasis 11 3b: Higher tertiary education 12 3b_low: Higher tertiary education lower level 13 3b_high: Higher tertiary education higher level Note: Variable constructed in the style of CASMIN (Comparative Analysis of Social Mobility in Industrial Nations) but not in exact accordance with the scheme as it is based on educational level in country as defined in ISCED (3 digits). Turkey: Persons who answered to not have finished &#34;Liseden&#34; (high school) were coded as 5 &#34;2b: Intermediate general qualification&#34; (66 cases). For excluding these persons from analysis use variable v336_cs code 7920211 &#34;TR - 6 - Liseden ayr#ld#m&#34;.

Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 # v336_cs: Information

Label 1a: Inadequately completed general education 1b: General elementary education 1c: Basic vocational qualification or general elementary edu 2a: Intermediate vocational qualification or intermediate ge 2b: Intermediate general qualification 2c_gen: General maturity certificate 2c_voc: Vocational maturity certificate/General maturity cer 3a: Lower tertiary education 3a_gen: Lower tertiary education general diplomas 3a_voc: Lower tertiary education diplomas with vocational em 3b: Higher tertiary education 3b_low: Higher tertiary education lower level 3b_high: Higher tertiary education higher level other missing question not asked not applicable no answer don't know

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educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


[Type= discrete] [Format=numeric] [Range= 80000-9150600] [Missing=*] [Valid=67270 /-] [Invalid=516 /-] Q110 &#60;SHOW CARD 110&#62; What is the highest level you have completed in your education? &#60;COMPLETED MEANS DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE&#62; -5 other missing
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


-4 question not asked -3 not applicable -2 no answer -1 don&#39;t know 80000 0 : AL - I pa shkolluar 80100 1 : AL - Arsim fillor 80210 2A : AL - Arsim i mesm i ult 80310 3A : AL - Arsim i mesm i lart i prgjithshm (3 vjet) 80320 3B : AL - Arsim i mesm i lart profesional (4 ose 5 vjet) 80330 3C : AL - Arsim i mesm i lart profesional (3 vjet) 80511 5A (First degree) : AL - Diplom Universitare niveli I (3 vjet) 80512 5A (First degree) : AL - Diplom universitare niveli I (4 Vjet) 80513 5A (First degree) : AL - Diplom Universitare niveli II (3 +2) 80514 5A (First degree) : AL - Diplom Universitare niveli II (4 + 2) 80515 5A (Second degree) : AL - Master niveli I (5+1) 80516 5A (Second degree) : AL - Master niveli II (6+1) 80520 5B : AL - Arsim i lart jo Universitar (ex. Shkolla e lart e infermieris; elektrike; ekonomike etj) 80600 6 : AL - Doktorata Phd 310000 0 : AZ - T#hsilsiz 310100 1 : AZ - Ibtidai t#hsil (1-4 sinif) 310200 2 : AZ - Natamam orta (5-8 yoxsa 9 sinif) 310310 3A : AZ - mumi orta (9-10 yoxsa 10-11 sinif) 310330 3C : AZ - Pe## m#kt#bi 310420 4B : AZ - Texnikum/ Kolec 310511 5A (First degree) : AZ - Natamam ali (Bakalavr) 310512 5A (Second degree) : AZ - Ali (Magistr) 310600 6 : AZ - Elmi d#r#c# 400101 1 : AT - Noch Schler/in (ohne ersten allgemeinbildenden Schulabschluss) 400102 1 : AT - Schule beendet ohne ersten allgemeinbildenden Abschluss 400210 2A : AT - Hauptschulabschluss, Volksschulabschluss 8. Klasse (auch bei Besuch einer mittleren/hheren Schule ohne ents 400310 3A : AT - AHS oder Berufsbildende Hhere Schule 400321 3B : AT - Berufsbildende mittlere Schule (z.B. Handelsschule) oder Polytechnikum (9. Klasse) 400322 3B : AT - Berufsschule und Lehre 400410 4A : AT - Matura oder Hochschulreife im zweiten Bildungsweg 400420 4B : AT - Gesundheits- und Krankenpflegeschule, Schulen fr medizinisch-technischen Fachdienst 400511 5A (First degree) : AT - Bachalaureat (Hochschule, Universitt, Fachhochschule) 400512 5A (Second degree) : AT - Magisterium/Diplom (Hochschule, Universitt, Fachhochschule) 400520 5B : AT - Berufsakademie oder Kolleg (mit Diplomabschluss) 400600 6 : AT - Promotion od. Habilitation (Hochschule, Universitt, Fachhochschule) 510000 0 : AM - No primary or illiterate 510100 1 : AM - General primary (3 years) 510210 2A : AM - General basic (9 years) 510310 3A : AM - General secondary (10-11 years) 510330 3C : AM - Primary professional 510410 4A : AM - Secondary professional (College, technical secondary school) 510511 5A (first degree) : AM - Incomplete higher education (at least 3 years) 510512 5A (second degree) : AM - Post graduate and higher professional (candidate degree) 510600 6 : AM - Scientific degree (Doctor degree) 560000 0 : BE - Lager onderwijs niet voltooid 560100 1 : BE - Lager onderwijs 560210 2A : BE - Lager secundair onderwijs: Algemeen (ASO) 560220 2B : BE - Lager secundair onderwijs: beroeps (BSO) 560230 2C : BE - Lager secundair onderwijs: Technisch (TSO) (A3) 560310 3A : BE - Hoger secundair onderwijs: Algemeen (ASO) 560320 3B : BE - Hoger secundair onderwijs: Beroeps (BSO) 560330 3C : BE - Hoger secundair onderwijs: Technisch (TSO) (A2) 560511 5A (First degree) : BE - Universitair onderwijs: kandidatuur of academische bachelor 560512 5A (Second degree) : BE - Universitair onderwijs: licentiaat of academische master 560520 5B : BE - Hoger niet-universitair onderwijs: korte type (A1) (HOKT) (professionele bachelor) 560521 5B : BE - Hoger niet-universitair onderwijs: Lange type (HOLT) 560600 6 : BE - Universitair onderwijs: doctoraat of PhD 700000 0 : BA - Bez kole (do tri razreda osnovne kole) 700100 1 : BA - Nedovrena osnovna kola (4 do 7 razreda) 700210 2A : BA - Potpuna osnovna kola (8 razreda) 700310 3A : BA - Gimnazija 700320 3B : BA - #etvorogodinja stru#na kola za manuelna zanimanja 700321 3B : BA - #etvorogodinja stru#na kola za nemanuelna zanimanja
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


700322 3B : BA - Srednja usmerena kola (1978-1988) 700330 3C : BA - Jednogodinja, dvogodinja ili trogodinja kola za KV ili VKV 700511 5A (first degree) : BA - Umetni#ka akademija, visoka kola 700512 5A (second degree) : BA - Magistratura i Master 700513 5A (first degree) : BA - Fakultet prirodnih/ tehni#kih nauka 700514 5A (first degree) : BA - Fakultet drutvenih nauka 700520 5B : BA - Via kola 700600 6 : BA - Doktorat 1000100 1 : BG - ####### ########### 1000210 2A : BG - ####### ########### 1000311 3A : BG - ###### #### ########### 1000312 3A : BG - ###### ######### #### ########### (####### #######, ###### 1000321 3B : BG - ###### ########### # ####### ## ######## # ##### 1000322 3B : BG - ###### ############# ########### 1000421 4B : BG - #### - ##### 1000422 4B : BG - ##### 1000511 5A (first degree) : BG - ##### - ############ ###### 1000512 5A (second degree) : BG - ##### - ########### ###### 1000600 6 : BG - ######## ## #######/###### ## ####### 1120000 0 : BY - ### ########### 1120100 1 : BY - ##### ######### ########### 1120210 2A : BY - ##### ####### ########### 1120310 3A : BY - ###############-########### ########### # ############ 1120311 3A : BY - ##### ####### ########### 1120330 3C : BY - ###############-########### ########### ### ########### 1120410 4A : BY - ####### ########### ########### 1120511 5A (first degree) : BY - ####### ######### 1120512 5A (second degree) : BY - ###### ########### 1120513 5A (third degree) : BY - ####### ######## 1120601 6 (first degree) : BY - ####### ######### #### 1120602 6 (second degree) : BY - ####### ####### #### 1910000 0 : HR - bez kole (do tri razreda osnovne kole) 1910100 1 : HR - nedovrena osnovna kola (4 do 7 razreda) 1910210 2A : HR - potpuna osnovna kola (8 razreda) 1910310 3A : HR - #etverogodinja ili du#a strukovna srednja kola (tehni#ke i srodne) 1910311 3A : HR - gimnazija 1910330 3C : HR - srednja strukovna kola u trajanju 1-3 godina (obrtni#ka, industrijska, KV/VKV) 1910511 5A (first degree) : HR - fakultet - sveu#ilini studij (4-6 godina) 1910512 5A (first degree) : HR - umjetni#ka akademija 1910513 5A (second degree) : HR - postignut magisterij znanosti ili magisterij struke 1910520 5B : HR - via ili visoka kola (dvogodinje) 1910521 5B : HR - stru#ni studij ili veleu#ilite (2-3 godine) 1910600 6 : HR - postignut doktorat znanosti 1960000 0 : CY - Primary education unfinished 1960001 0 : CY - Never went to school 1960100 1 : CY - Primary school 1960210 2A : CY - Gymnasion 1960310 3A : CY - General Lyceum-High School 1960320 3B : CY - Technical-Vocational Lyceum-High School 1960330 3C : CY - Institute of Vocational Training 1960511 5A (First degree) : CY - University/Polytechnic School Bachelors 1960512 5A (Second degree) : CY - Postgraduate studies- Masterdegrees 1960520 5B : CY - Higher Technical_Educational Institutes 1960600 6 : CY - Ph.D 1970000 0 : CY-TCC - Hi okula gitmedim 1970001 0 : CY-TCC - #lkokuldan ayr#ld#m 1970100 1 : CY-TCC - #lkokul mezunuyum 1970101 1 : CY-TCC - Ortaokuldan ayr#ld#m 1970210 2A : CY-TCC - Ortaokul mezunuyum 1970211 2A : CY-TCC - Liseden ayr#ld#m 1970212 2A : CY-TCC - Lise #rencisiyim 1970310 3A : CY-TCC - Lise mezunuyum 1970311 3A : CY-TCC - niversiteden ayr#ld#m 1970312 3A : CY-TCC - niversite #rencisiyim 1970511 5A (First degree) : CY-TCC - niversite mezunuyum 1970512 5A (First degree) : CY-TCC - Yksek lisans #rencisiyim 1970513 5A (Second degree) : CY-TCC - Yksek lisans bitirdim 1970514 5A (Second degree) : CY-TCC - Doktora #rencisiyim
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


1970555 Other : CY-TCC - Di#er 1970600 6 : CY-TCC - Doktora bitirdim 2030000 0 : CZ - Bez vzd#ln 2030100 1 : CZ - Nepln zkladn vzd#ln (dokon#en pouze 1. stupe# Z, SZ, ZZ) 2030210 2A : CZ - Zkladn vzd#ln (dokon#ena Z, dokon#ena 1. #st vceletch gymnzi) 2030230 2C : CZ - Zkladn vzd#ln (dokon#ena SZ, ZZ, u#ebn obory s upravenmi u#ebnmi plny) 2030310 3A : CZ - St#edokolsk vzd#ln s maturitou (U#ilit#) 2030311 3A : CZ - St#edokolsk vzd#ln s maturitou (S, gymnzia) 2030320 3B : CZ - St#edokolsk vzd#ln - Konzervato#e 2030330 3C : CZ - St#edokolsk vzd#ln bez maturity (U#ilit# zakon#eno pouze vu#nm listem nebo zv#re#no 2030331 3C : CZ - St#edokolsk vzd#ln bez maturity (S zakon#eny pouze zv#re#nou zkoukou ne maturitou) 2030410 4A : CZ - Absolventi S s maturitou po n nsledovalo dal studium zakon#en maturitou (nstavbov studiu 2030430 4C : CZ - Absolventi S bez maturity (zv#re#n zkouka) po n nsledovalo dal studium zakon#en zv 2030511 5A (First degree) : CZ - Vysokokolsk vzd#ln s diplomem (Bc., BcA) 2030512 5A (Second degree) : CZ - Vysokokolsk vzd#ln s magisterskm diplomem (Mgr., Ing., Ing. arch., MUDr., MDDr., 2030520 5B : CZ - Vy odborn vzd#ln (VO - DiS., pomaturitnm specializa#n studium) 2030600 6 : CZ - Doktorsk studijn program (Ph.D., Th.D., CSc. DrSc.) 2080010 2A : DK - Gr i skole 2080020 2A : DK - 7. klasse eller mindre 2080030 2A : DK - 8. klasse + mellemskole uden eksamen 2080040 2A : DK - 9. klasse statskontrolleret prve og folkeskolens afgangsprver 2080050 2A : DK - Teknisk forberedelseseksamen 2080060 2A : DK - 10. klasses statskontrolleret prve og folkeskolens udvidede afgangsprver 2080070 2A : DK - Udvidet teknisk forberedelseseksamen 2080080 2A : DK - 1. real 2080090 2A : DK - 2. real 2080100 2A : DK - 3. real uden eksamen 2080110 2A : DK - Realkurser uden eksamen 2080120 2A : DK - Mellemskoleeksamen 2080130 2A : DK - Real-, pigeskole- og prliminreksamen 2080140 2A : DK - Gymnasium eller HF uden eksamen 2080150 3A : DK - Studenter- eller HF-eksamen 2080160 Other : DK - Andet (herunder udenlandsk skole) 2080170 3C : DK - Specialarbejderkursus 2080180 3C : DK - Faglig uddannelse (lrling, EFG f.eks. kontorassistent, typograf, snedker, frisr) 2080190 3C : DK - 1-rig handelseksamen, hjere handelseksamen (HH), 1-2 rig EDB-uddannelse 2080200 5A (first degree) : DK - Handelshjskole (korrespondent, HA, HD) eller bankuddannelse 2080210 5B : DK - 2-3 rig teknisk uddannelse (f.eks. laborant, teknisk assistent, apoteksassistent, tandpleje) 2080220 5B : DK - Videregende teknisk uddannelse, evt. efter gennemfrt faglig uddannelse (f.eks. maskin- eller byggetekni 2080230 3C : DK - 1-rig uddannelse indenfor social- eller sundhedsvsenet (f.eks. sygehjlper, beskftigelsesvejleder) 2080240 5A (first degree) : DK - 3-4 rig uddannelse indenfor social- og sundhedsvsenet (f.eks. sygeplejerske, plejeassist 2080250 5A (first degree) : DK - 3-4 rig uddannelse indenfor undervisning og oplysning (f.eks. brnehave-/ fritidspdagog 2080260 5A (second degree) : DK - Kandidat fra universitetet eller hjere lreanstalt (f.eks. gymnasielrer, civilingeni 2080270 5B : DK - Uddannet indenfor forsvar, politi, postvsenet, Toldvsenet mv. 2080280 Other : DK - Anden uddannelse 2330110 1A : EE - Phiharidus (phikooli 1-6 klass) 2330210 2A : EE - Phiharidus (phikooli 7-9 klass) 2330220 2B : EE - Keskharidus (kutsepe keskhariduse baasil) 2330230 2C : EE - Phiharidus (kutsepe phihariduse baasil) 2330310 3A : EE - Keskharidus (g#mnaasiumi 10-12 klass) 2330410 4A : EE - Keskharidus (kutsekrghariduslik pe) 2330511 5A (first degree) : EE - Krgharidus (diplomippe diplom) 2330512 5A (first degree) : EE - Krgharidus (bakalaurusepe ja kraad) 2330513 5A (second degree) : EE - Krgharidus (magistripe ja kraad) 2330520 5B : EE - Krgharidus (rakenduskrghariduse diplom) 2330600 6 : EE - Krgharidus (doktoripe ja kraad) 2460100 1 : FI - Kansakoulu 2460210 2A : FI - Peruskoulu 2460310 3A : FI - Lukio tai ylioppilas 2460320 3B : FI - Ammattikoulu tai kurssi 2460430 4C : FI - Erikoisammattitutkinto 2460510 5A (first degree) : FI - Ammattikorkeakoulu 2460511 5A (first degree) : FI - Korkeakoulu, alemman asteen tutkinto 2460512 5A (second degree) : FI - Korkeakoulu, ylemmn asteen tutkinto 2460520 5B : FI - Opistotason ammatillinen koulutus 2460600 6 : FI - Tohtori- tai lisensiaattikoulutus
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


2500000 0 : FR - Ecole primaire sans certificat dtudes 2500100 1 : FR - Ecole primaire avec certificat dtudes 2500210 2A : FR - Collge denseignement gnral (de la 6me la 3me) 2500220 2B : FR - Collge avec enseignement professionnel (de la 6me la 3me) 2500310 3A : FR - Enseignement gnral des lyces (de la seconde la terminale) 2500320 3B : FR - Enseignement professionnel des lyces (de la seconde la terminale) 2500330 3C : FR - Enseignements conduisant au CAP, BEP, BP 2500511 5A (First degree) : FR - Deug et classes prparatoires aux grandes coles 2500512 5A (Second degree) : FR - License, matrise, coles dingnieur, coles de commerce 2500513 5A (Third degree) : FR - Master, DESS, DEA (bac + 5) 2500520 5B : FR - DUT et techniciens suprieurs (bac+2) 2500600 6 : FR - Doctorat (bac + 8) 2680000 0 : GE - aranairi ganaTleba 2680100 1 : GE - dawyebiTi ganaTleba 2680210 2A : GE - daumTavrebeli saSualo(8-9 klasi) 2680310 3A : GE - sruli saSualo (10-11 klasi) 2680330 3C : GE - profesiuli swavlebis centrebi 2680410 4A : GE - sruli specializirebuli koleji/instituti, (igive teqnikumi) 2680511 5A (First degree) : GE - daumTavrebeli umaRlesi (bakalvaris xarisxi) 2680512 5A (Second degree) : GE - sruli umaRlesi (magistris xarisxi) (igive umaRlesi saswavleblis diplomi) 2680520 5B : GE - teqnikuri da specializebuli institutebi 2680600 6 : GE - samecniero xarisxi (kandidati, mecnierebaTa doqtori) 2760101 1 : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Keinen beruflichen Abschluss 2760102 2B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760103 2B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760104 2B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760105 3B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760106 3B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760107 3B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760108 5B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhrigen Gesundheitswesen 2760109 5B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760110 5B : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760111 5A : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760112 5A : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760113 5A : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760114 6 : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Promotion, Habilitation 2760115 Other : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760188 1 : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Wei&#223; nicht 2760199 1 : DE - Zurzeit Schler(in); Verweigert 2760201 1 : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760202 2B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760203 2B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760204 2B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760205 3B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760206 3B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760207 3B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760208 5B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760209 5B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760210 5B : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760211 5A : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760212 5A : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760213 5A : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760214 6 : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Promotion, Habilitation 2760215 Other : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760288 1 : DE - Kein Schulabschlu&#223;s; Wei&#223; nicht 2760299 1 : DE - Kein Schulabschluss; Verweigert 2760301 2B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760302 2B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760303 2B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760304 2B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760305 3B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760306 3B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760307 3B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760308 5B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760309 5B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760310 5B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760311 5A : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760312 5A : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor)
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


2760313 5A : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760314 6 : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Promotion, Habilitation 2760315 Other : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760388 2B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Wei&#223; nicht 2760399 2B : DE - Volks-/Hauptschule; Verweigert 2760401 2A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760402 2A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760403 2A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760404 2A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760405 3B : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760406 3B : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760407 3B : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760408 5B : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760409 5B : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760410 5B : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760411 5A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760412 5A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760413 5A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760414 6 : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Promotion, Habilitation 2760415 Other : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760488 2A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Wei&#223; nicht 2760499 2A : DE - Realschule, Mittlere-/Fachshulereife; Verweigert 2760501 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760502 2B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760503 2B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760504 2B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760505 3B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich 2760506 3B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760507 3B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760508 5B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760509 5B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760510 5B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760511 5A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760512 5A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760513 5A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760514 6 : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Promotion, Habilitation 2760515 Other : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760588 2B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Kla&#223;se; Wei&#223; nicht 2760599 2B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 8./ 9. Klasse; Verweigert 2760601 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760602 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760603 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760604 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760605 3B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760606 3B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760607 3B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760608 5B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760609 5B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760610 5B : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760611 5A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760612 5A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760613 5A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


2760614 6 : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Promotion, Habilitation 2760615 Other : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760688 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Kla&#223;se; Wei&#223; nicht 2760699 2A : DE - Polytechnische Oberschule 10. Klasse; Verweigert 2760701 3A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760702 3A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760703 3A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760704 3A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760705 4A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760706 4A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760707 4A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760708 5B : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhriges Gesundheitswesen 2760709 5B : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760710 5B : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760711 5A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760712 5A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760713 5A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760714 6 : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Promotion, Habilitation 2760715 Other : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760788 3A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Wei&#223; nicht 2760799 3A : DE - Fachhochschulreife; Verweigert 2760801 3A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760802 3A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760803 3A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760804 3A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760805 4A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760806 4A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760807 4A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhrigen Gesundheitswesens 2760808 5B : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhrigen Gesundheitswesens 2760809 5B : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760810 5B : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760811 5A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760812 5A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760813 5A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760814 6 : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Promotion, Habilitation 2760815 Other : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760888 3A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Wei&#223; nicht 2760899 3A : DE - Abitur, allgemeine Hochschulreife; Verweigert 2760901 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2760902 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2760903 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2760904 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2760905 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2760906 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2760907 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhrigen Gesundheitswesens 2760908 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhrigen Gesundheitswesens 2760909 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2760910 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2760911 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule) 2760912 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2760913 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2760914 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Promotion, Habilitation 2760915 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2760988 Other : DE - Anderen Abschlu&#223;s; Wei&#223; nicht 2760999 Other : DE - Anderen Abschluss; Anderen beruflichen Ausbildungs- oder Hochschul-/Fachhochschulabschluss 2768801 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Kein beruflicher Abschluss 2768802 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Berufliches Praktikum, Volontariat 2768803 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Berufsvorbereitungsjahr 2768804 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Beruflich-betriebliche Anlernzeit mit Abschl.Zeugnis, keine Lehre 2768805 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Abgeschlossene Lehre (gewerblich, kaufmnnisch, landwirtschaftlich) 2768806 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Vorbereitungsdienst fr den mittleren Dienst 2768807 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Berufsqual. Abschl. Kollegschule oder 1-jhrigen Gesundheitswesens 2768808 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Meister-/Technikersausbildung oder 2/3-jhrigen Gesundheitswesens 2768809 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Fach-/Berufsakademie oder Verwaltungsfachhochschule 2768810 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Abschluss der Fachschule der ehemaligen DDR 2768811 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Fachhochschule (auch Ingenieur, ohne Verwaltungsfachhochschule)
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# v336_cs:

educational level respondent (Q110) (country specific)


2768812 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Abgeschlossenes Studium (Bachelor) 2768813 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Abgeschlossenes Studium: Diplom, Magister, Staatsexamen, Master 2768814 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Promotion, Habilitation 2768815 Other : DE - Verweigert ; Anderen beruflichen Abschluss 2768899