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European Values Study

 


Data description

EVSThe European Values Study is a large-scale, cross-national and longitudinal survey of attitudes, opinions and values. EVS is produced by Tilburg University and partners, using representative national adult population samples and face-to-face interviews.

The harmonisation of variables allows the generation of an 'Integrated Values Surveys' data file, incorporating four waves of the European Values Study and five waves of the World Values Survey. Details are on the Integrated Values Surveys page.

 


Time period
  • Wave 5  2017
  • Wave 4: 2008
  • Wave 3: 1999
  • Wave 2: 1990
  • Wave 1: 1981
  • EVS Longitudinal Data File: 1981-2008
  • Integrated Values Surveys: 1981-2014

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Support links

Documentation is available on the EVS site.

EVS publications are available via this link.

See also the EUI Library pages for these resources:

The related European Values in Numbers and Atlas of European Values are available at Badia Library shelfmark 306.094.

 


How to access data

Data downloads are available following registration with the GESIS social sciences data archive.

Please read, and abide by, the terms of use on the GESIS site.

European statistical data resources (EUI Library).

 


Data homepage

Contact: Thomas Bourke at [email protected]

 

Page last updated on 26 September 2019