Acceptance Atlas of European Values
Jan Peter Balkenende (prime minister of the Netherlands) said in 2005, on his acceptance of the first copy of the Atlas of European Values: "This atlas shows us the soul of the Europeans. It is a treasure-trove of information on the wealth of opinions about Europe and the forces that bind us in spite of our differences. It advances the dialogue about what Europe stands for, a dialogue which is fundamental to European Culture. For as Vitrubius said: 'There is nothing more essential than what we carry in our minds'.
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Where to get the data - Survey 2008
Data access Free of charge data and documentation download is provided by the GESIS Data Archive for the Social Sciences in Cologne. GESIS Data Catalogue supports direct access to data and documentation for download. For all EVS datasets, study descriptions are provided covering information on the origin…click for more details