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EVS (2016): European Values Study 2008: Integrated Dataset (EVS 2008). GESIS Data Archive, Cologne. ZA4800 Data file Version 4.0.0, doi:10.4232/1.12458
Study No.ZA4800
TitleEuropean Values Study 2008: Integrated Dataset (EVS 2008)
Current Version4.0.0, 2016-4-15, doi:10.4232/1.12458
Date of Collection27.03.2008 - 15.03.2010
Principal Investigator/
Authoring Entity,
Institution
  • Gedeshi, Ilir - Center for Economic and Social Studies, Albania
  • Zulehner, Paul M. - University of Vienna, Austria
  • Rotman, David - Belarus State University, Belarus
  • Swyngedouw, Marc - Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Voyé, Liliane - Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Fotev, Georgy - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
  • Baloban, Josip - University of Zagreb, Croatia
  • Roudometof, Victor - University of Cyprus, Cyprus
  • Rabusic, Ladislav - Masaryk University, Czech Republic
  • Gundelach, Peter - University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Saar, Andrus - SAAR POLL, Estonia
  • Pehkonen, Juhani - TNS Gallup Oy, Finland
  • Tchernia, Jean-François - Tchernia Etudes Conseil, France
  • Pachulia, Merab - Georgian Opinion Research Business International (GORBI), Georgia
  • Jagodzinski, Wolfgang - University of Cologne, Germany
  • Voas, David - University of Manchester, Great Britain
  • Gari, Aikaterini - University of Athens, Greece
  • Rosta, Gergely - Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary
  • Jónsson, Fridrik H. - University of Iceland, Iceland
  • Breen, Michael - University of Limerick, Ireland
  • Rovati, Giancarlo - Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy
  • Zepa, Brigita - Baltic Institute of Social Sciences, Latvia
  • Ziliukaite, Ruta - Institute of Culture, Philosophy and Art, Lithuania
  • Hausman, Pierre - CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg
  • Petkovska, Antoanela - Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia
  • Troisi, Joseph - University of Malta, Malta
  • Petruti, Doru - Institute of Marketing and Polls IMAS-INC, Republic of Moldova
  • Besic, Milos - University of Montenegro, Republic of Montenegro
  • European Values Study - (Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Northern Cyprus)
  • Halman, Loek - Tilburg University, The Netherlands
  • Smith, Alan - University of Ulster, Northern Ireland
  • Listhaug, Ola - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
  • Jasinska-Kania, Aleksandra - University of Warsaw, Poland
  • Vala, Jorge - University of Lisbon, Portugal
  • Voicu, Malina - Romanian Academy, Romania
  • Bashkirova, Elena - Bashkirova & Partners, Russian Federation
  • Gredelj, Stjepan - University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Kusá, Zuzana - Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic
  • Tos, Niko - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Silvestre Cabrera, María - University of Deusto, Spain
  • Lundasen, Susanne - Ersta Sköndal University College, Sweden
  • Joye, Dominique - Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences (FORS), University of Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Esmer, Yilmaz - Bahcesehir University, Turkey
  • Balakireva, Olga - National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine
Categories Categories
  • Society, Culture
  • Religion and Weltanschauung
Topics Topics
  • 5 Society and culture
  • 5.5 Religion and values
Study No.4800
TitleEuropean Values Study 2008: Integrated Dataset (EVS 2008)
Other Titles

    Current Version4.0.0, 15.04.2016, 10.4232/1.12458
    Date of Collection
    Principal Investigator/ Authoring Entity, Institution
    • Gedeshi, Ilir - Center for Economic and Social Studies, Albania
    • Zulehner, Paul M. - University of Vienna, Austria
    • Rotman, David - Belarus State University, Belarus
    • Swyngedouw, Marc - Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
    • Voyé, Liliane - Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
    • Fotev, Georgy - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
    • Baloban, Josip - University of Zagreb, Croatia
    • Roudometof, Victor - University of Cyprus, Cyprus
    • Rabusic, Ladislav - Masaryk University, Czech Republic
    • Gundelach, Peter - University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Saar, Andrus - SAAR POLL, Estonia
    • Pehkonen, Juhani - TNS Gallup Oy, Finland
    • Tchernia, Jean-François - Tchernia Etudes Conseil, France
    • Pachulia, Merab - Georgian Opinion Research Business International (GORBI), Georgia
    • Jagodzinski, Wolfgang - University of Cologne, Germany
    • Voas, David - University of Manchester, Great Britain
    • Gari, Aikaterini - University of Athens, Greece
    • Rosta, Gergely - Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary
    • Jónsson, Fridrik H. - University of Iceland, Iceland
    • Breen, Michael - University of Limerick, Ireland
    • Rovati, Giancarlo - Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy
    • Zepa, Brigita - Baltic Institute of Social Sciences, Latvia
    • Ziliukaite, Ruta - Institute of Culture, Philosophy and Art, Lithuania
    • Hausman, Pierre - CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg
    • Petkovska, Antoanela - Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia
    • Troisi, Joseph - University of Malta, Malta
    • Petruti, Doru - Institute of Marketing and Polls IMAS-INC, Republic of Moldova
    • Besic, Milos - University of Montenegro, Republic of Montenegro
    • European Values Study - (Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Northern Cyprus)
    • Halman, Loek - Tilburg University, The Netherlands
    • Smith, Alan - University of Ulster, Northern Ireland
    • Listhaug, Ola - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
    • Jasinska-Kania, Aleksandra - University of Warsaw, Poland
    • Vala, Jorge - University of Lisbon, Portugal
    • Voicu, Malina - Romanian Academy, Romania
    • Bashkirova, Elena - Bashkirova & Partners, Russian Federation
    • Gredelj, Stjepan - University of Belgrade, Serbia
    • Kusá, Zuzana - Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic
    • Tos, Niko - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    • Silvestre Cabrera, María - University of Deusto, Spain
    • Lundasen, Susanne - Ersta Sköndal University College, Sweden
    • Joye, Dominique - Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences (FORS), University of Lausanne, Switzerland
    • Esmer, Yilmaz - Bahcesehir University, Turkey
    • Balakireva, Olga - National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine

    Abstract

      Categories
      • Society, Culture
      • Religion and Weltanschauung

      Topics
      • 5 Society and culture
      • 5.5 Religion and values

      Content

      DatasetNumber of Units: 66281
      Number of Variables: 477
      Analysis System(s): SPSS, Stata
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      Errata in current version
      2011-10-31v46-v60Notification: For several countries a deviation in coding the battery´s items was detected. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block.
      2011-10-31v336_3, v344_3, v355_3Notification: Persons in the Turkish national dataset who answered not to have finished "Liseden" (high school) were coded as 210 "general lower secondary or second stage of basic education". For excluding these persons from analysis use code 7920211 "2A: TR - 6 - Liseden ayrıldım".
      2012-5-22weight_g, weight_sNotification: Both weights are computed on basis of age and gender. Cases/records with missing values on variable ´year of birth´ and/or gender have got a weight of 0. When applying weights, these cases/records are excluded from analysis, but do remain in the data file.
      2016-6-10v370, v370aNotification: Researchers who want to use the ‘size of town’ variable for analyses are kindly asked to carefully check the results due to some inconsistencies we found in some surveys. They may be caused by deviating questions used in a country, by the source of the information (respondent, interviewer, field work institute), or the way of coding the variable (post-coded, further checked and processed, etc.).
      Version 4.0.0
      (current version)
      2016-4-15 Full data release (update) doi:10.4232/1.12458
      Changes in this version
      2016-4-15Dataset2016-4-15The Azerbaijanian survey is dropped from the current version of the EVS 2008 due to concerns about the data quality. For evaluation, the data and documentation of the national dataset (Azerbaijan, ZA4785) are further available by the GESIS Data Archive. Users who want to analyse the data are kindly asked to carefully check socio-demographic distributions (e.g. age, education, and marital status) indicating problems regarding sample design and fieldwork, respectively.
      2016-6-6Dataset2016-4-15In order to prevent the identification of single respondents, specific information is aggregated into coarse categories providing users with less detailed information on respondent´s residence (region of interview, size of town) and occupation (ISCO-variables). For more detailed information, see the variable report and "Further remarks" of the study description.
      2016-6-6v370a2016-4-15New variable: v370a - Size of town, collapsed (5 categories: 1+2,3+4;5+6,7,8)
      2016-6-6v371c_N1, v371c_N2, v371c_N3, v368c_N1, v368c_N2, v368c_N32016-4-15Related to regional information on NUTS 1, NUTS 2, and NUTS 3 level: Additionally to the variables applying an EVS specific coding frame (numeric NUTS variables), six new variables are included now applying the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (in string format). The new NUTS variables for region where interview was conducted v371c_N1, v371c_N2, v371c_N3 and for region at age 14 v368c_N1, v368c_N2, v368c_N3 correspond to the EVS specific NUTS variables. For more information see Variable Report in section "Data and Documents".
      2016-6-6f_dup_ca2016-4-15Additional flag variable (f_dup_ca) marking duplicate records as ‘1 suspicious’. Duplicate records are defined in terms of identity of respondents’ answers to all (almost all) questionnaire items, i.e. excluding technical and constructed variables, or variables that are manipulated/recoded during data processing. Data users are alerted to a closer inspection of the consequences of record duplication in view of their concrete research context. Further information on duplicate cases is given in the Variable Report in section "Data and Documents". Detailed data on detected duplicate records is available here.
      2016-6-6doi2016-4-15NEW GESIS administrative variable: doi (Digital Object Identifier)
      2016-6-6v106, v1082016-4-15Correction for Croatia: 43 Serbian Orthodox Church members were coded as Other in the harmonized variable instead as Orthodox. ´19103 HR: The Serbian Orthodox Church´ has to be recoded to ´52 orthodox´. ´19103 HR: The Serbian Orthodox Church´ has been recoded to ´52 orthodox´ .
      2016-6-6v3702016-4-15Correction for Germany: The coding of the categories 4-7 was incorrect due to a coding error. The categories 4-7 are recoded now to categories 5-8, category 4 has been set to missing.
      2016-6-6v371b_N3, v371b_N22016-4-15Correction for Germany 2008: In the German portion regional variables on NUTS 2 and NUTS 3 level were coded incorrectly. The variables have been recoded on basis of the original German data files made available by the national Program Director.
      2012-5-22v338, v339ISCO, v339_3, v339_2, v339SIOPS, v339ISEI, v339ESeC, v339egp2016-4-15Correction of filter from v337 to variavle v338: ITALY: In 769 records, variable v338 was coded incorrectly as "3 never had a paid job "instead of "-3 nap". Correction: if value codes “1, 2, 3” in variable v337, code “-3” in v338. After correction: in variables v339ISCO v339_3 v339_2 v339SIOPS v339ISEI v339ESeC v339egp, 275 records are coded as “-3 nap”, instead of 993 records. PORTUGAL: In 730 records, variable v338 was coded incorrectly as "3 never had a paid job", instead of "-3 nap". Correction: if value codes “1, 2, 3” in variable v337, code “-3” in v338. After correction: in variables v339ISCO v339_3 v339_2 v339SIOPS v339ISEI v339ESeC v339egp, 189 records are coded as “-3 nap”, instead of 903 records. GREAT BRITAIN: In 731 records, variable v338 was coded incorrectly as "3 never had a paid job", instead of "-3 nap". Correction: if value codes “1, 2, 3” in variable v337, code “-3” in v338. After correction: in variables v339ISCO v339_3 v339_2 v339SIOPS v339ISEI v339ESeC v339egp 96 records are coded as “-3 nap”, instead of 826 records. SWEDEN: In 741 records, variable v338 was coded incorrectly as "1 employed” or “2 self-employed” instead of "-3 nap". Correction: if value codes “1, 2” in variable v337, code “-3” in v338. After correction in variable v338 “1 employed”=359 records (instead of 965 records), “2 self employed”=23 records (instead of 122 records), “3 never had a paid job”=16 records.
      Version 3.0.02011-11-20 Full data release doi:10.4232/1.11004
      Changes in this version
      2011-10-31datasetNot all changes from version 2.0.0 to version 3.0.0 are included in the list below. For further changes, please see Variable Report in section "Data and Documents".--
      2011-10-31intnoData missing for Spain. 2011-11-20Data has been introduced in the Spanish dataset.
      2011-10-31v202_4; age; age_r; age_r2; v335_r; v336_r; v336_4; v336_5; v339_2; v339_3; v344_r; v344_4; v344_5; v346_2; v346_3; v353_r; v355_r; v355_4; v355_5; v357_2; v357_3; v353_r; v377; v378New variables added to integrated data set. For more detailed information see EVS Variable Report 2008, section three.2011-11-20
      2011-10-31v240Data for Italy integrated in EVS 2008 although deviation in question wording. Respondents were asked their opinion on ´Homosexual behaviour´ not on ´Homosexuality´ as defined in master questionnaire.2011-11-20Data removed from EVS 2008; country-specific variable IT01 will be created in updated release of National Data Set in mid-2012.
      2011-10-31v339ISCO, v339_3, v339_2, v339SIOPS, v339ISEI, v339ESeC and v339egpAlthough some respondents answered "3 never had a paid job" in variable ´v338 employment/self-employment: last job (Q111A)´ they have valid values on variables v339ISCO, v339_3, v339_2, v339SIOPS, v339ISEI, v339ESeC and v339egp.2011-11-20Respondents answering "3 never had a paid job" in variable ´v338: employment/self-employment: last job (Q111A)´ were coded as "-3 not applicable" in v339ISCO, v339_3, v339_2, v339SIOPS, v339ISEI, v339ESeC, v339egp.
      2011-10-31v336_3/v344_3/v355_3Persons in the Turkish national dataset who answered not to have finished "Liseden" (high school) were coded as 210 "general lower secondary or second stage of basic education". For excluding these persons from analysis use code 7920211 "2A: TR - 6 - Liseden ayrıldım". --
      2011-10-31v10-v25; v28-v43; v69-v86Original Turkish dataset included system misssings (problem of double negation may cause problems in data).2011-11-20System missing from original Turkish dataset were recoded to -5.
      2011-10-31v170-v181Response category ´2 not mentioned´ not included in Turkish field questionnaie which caused system missings in original datset.2011-11-20System missing from original Turkish dataset were recoded to -5.
      2011-10-31v46-v60Notification: For several countries a deviation in coding the battery´s items was detected. Some countries seem to have asked item by item while others asked the battery as a block.--
      2011-10-31v368b_N3/v371b_N3Both variables were erroneously built with a 3-digits code (ISO 3166-1) for country instead of a 4-digits code.2011-11-20Correction of variables by using the correct 4-digits code for country (ISO 3166-1).
      Version 2.0.02010-11-30 doi:10.4232/1.10188
      Changes in this version
      2010-9-10all variablesMatching of two missing cases to the Greek data2010-9-10The errata listed below are corrected in data set version 2.0.0. For updates made between release v. 1.0.0 and v.2.0.0 two patches were provided. They are preserved in the Data Archive. Please ask the stuff for access.
      2010-9-10weightCorrection of weight for French and Greek data 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10versionRenaming of GESIS Archive Version of IDS into 1.0.0 "2010-06-30"´ 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v302Recoding of v302 "sex respondent" of Finnish data into IDS standard categories 1 ´male´ and 2 ´female´2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v233 to v252Correction of v233 to v252 (v233, v234, v235, v236, v237, v238, v239, v240, v241, v242, v243, v244, v245, v246, v247, v248, v249, v250, v251 and v252) - Data integration of Danish sub-dataset2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v303Recoding of wrong code 1999 into missing value -2 ´na´ of Russian and Northern Irish data 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v334bRecoding of missing values -1 ´dk´ and -2 ´na´ into -3 ´nap´ of v334b for Bulgarian and Swiss data 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v371b_N1, v371b_N2 and v371a_N3Correction of missing regional information for v371b_N1, v371b_N2 and v371a_N3 of German data 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v368b_N1, v368b_N2 and v368b_N3Correction of missing regional information for v368b_N1, v368b_N2 and v368b_N3 of German data 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10weightNotification for weight of Azerbaijan. Because of certain distribution of age and gender in sample, certain gender/age groups are highly underrepresented (women over 75 years old). Therfore weighing factor is changing sample size. 2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v341a, v348a and v359aRenaming of wrong value labels for v341A 1 ´None´, 2 ´1-9´, 3 ´10-24´ and 4 ´25 or more´ into 1 ´1-9´, 2 ´10-24´ and 3 ´25 or more´2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v106_cs, v108_cs, v264, v265, v305b, v307b, v310b, v312b, v343b, v368b_CC, v336_cs, v344_cs, v355_cs, v353W_cs, v353M_cs, v353Y_cs, v368b_N3, v371b_N3, v368b_N2, v371b_N2, v368b_N1, v371b_N1, v376Correction of value labels with country specific special characters2010-9-10
      2010-9-10v355Recoding of wild code "18" into -5 ´other missing´ in v355 for Swiss data.2010-9-10
      2011-3-15v83Notification of deviant question wording of Q14 ´important in a job´.2011-3-15
      2011-3-15weight_cRecode -5 into 1 to combine country specific weight with weight (weight*weight_c).2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v374bIllogical answer: "121" in Slovenian Data.2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v372Illogical answer in Great Britain: „16.11.2209“ and „02.12.2002“. There are also interview dates before and after official survey period.2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v368b_N3, v368b_N2, v368b_N1, v368b_ccAddition of missing information on Nuts3, Nuts2, and Nuts1 level for Iceland.2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v355v355: 9 respondents of Swiss data on wild code "18". Cases are recoded into -5.2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v136 to v147Change of value labels of v136 to v147 into 1 "very important" 2 "rather important" 3 "not very important".2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v353m_ppV353m_ppp was calculated with the CS income variable. In Bulgaria some respondents had score 0, so they got 0 on v353m_pp. To prevent this, they are placed into the same group as the Bulgarians with the lowest income category.2011-11-20
      2010-9-10v46 to v60Notification of deviant answer pattern in item battery of Q6 in Northern Cyprus. --
      2011-3-15v322Illogical answer pattern: In 110 cases (BE, HR, CZ, FI, FR, DE, IS, IE,IT, RO, SK, SI, ES, SE, TR, UA, MK, GB, NIR) is the year of birth of respondent > year in which firstborn child was born. 2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v308Illogical answer pattern: In 27 cases (AZ, HR, NCY, FR, DE, LV, LU, MD, SK, SI, ES, UA) is the year of birth of respondent > year in which respondent came to live in [country]. 2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v284 to v294Notification of deviant question wording of Q83 and Q84 . The phrase “feel concerned about” has been translated differently in several field questionnaires, for instance, in some cases it has been translated into “worried about”, in other cases as “involved in”. 2011-3-15
      2011-3-15v106_cs, v108_csMoldova: Correction of value label of country specific code 498096 and addition of missing value label of code 499001.2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v106In the Norwegian data set hindu is coded as ´5: muslim´, but should be ´6: hindu´.2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v1 to v5Correction of the order of variables v1 to v5 in the Swedish data set: v1=v2, v2=v3, v3=v4, v4=v5, v5=v1. 2011-11-20
      2011-3-15v106_cs v108_cs v264 v265 v305b v307b v310b v312b v343b v368b_CC v336_cs v344_cs v355_csv353W_cs v353M_cs v353Y_cs v368b_N3 v371b_N3 v368b_N2 v371b_N2 v368b_N1 v371b_N1 v376Correction of value labels with country specific characters: Please download the Unicode patch_2 for correcting the labels in the Integrated Dataset (v. 2.0.0) ZA4800_v2-0-0_patch_2.zip2011-11-20The Unicode patch_2 for correcting the labels in the Integrated Dataset (v 2.0.0) is preserved in the GESIS Data Archive. Please ask the staff for access.
      2011-3-15v1-v5; v106; v106_cs; v108_cs; v136 - v147; v308; v322; v353m_pp; v355; v368b_N3; v368b_N2; v368b_N1; v368b_cc; v372; v374b; weight_cPatch and documentation provided for correcting errata as of 2011-03-15 in EVS 2008 Integrated Dataset (v. 2.0.0) ZA4800_v2-0-0_patch_1.zip ZA4800_v2-0-0_p1_ readme.doc2011-11-20Errata listed are corrected in data set v3.0.0. For updates between v2.0.0 and v3.0.0 two patches were provided. Ask the staff for access.
      Version 1.0.02010-6-30 First data release doi:10.4232/1.10059
      NotesThe EVS Integrated Dataset 2008 is offered in two different versions: • The EVS Integrated Dataset 2008, ZA4800 contains de facto anonymised data, i.e. specific information is aggregated into coarse categories providing less detailed information on respondent’s residence and occupation. It is provided for direct download through the GESIS data catalogue free of charge after registration. • The EVS Integrated Dataset 2008 (Restricted Use File), ZA4799 contains complete information, i.e. also data that could not be included in the EVS 2008 ZA4800 because of data protection concerns. Due to the sensitive nature of the data, its usage is subject to specific contractual regulations. The contract allowing for off-site access can be downloaded in section ‘Data and Documentation’ of the study description.
      Publications
      • The EVS Bibliography lists all kinds of publications using EVS data, based on national and cross-national analysis. The bibliography is an easy way to find relevant publications in the field of value studies. Moreover, some enhanced publications with information on the datasets, variables, and syntax codes of the concepts used are available. The EVS Bibliography can be found here.
      • Atlas of European Values: Trends and Traditions at the turn of the Century. Loek Halman, Inge Sieben, and Marga van Zundert, Tilburg University. Leiden, Tilburg: Brill 2012 For further information see EVS webpage
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      • European Values Study (EVS)
        The European Values Study 1981-2008 is a large-scale, cross-national and longitudinal survey research program carried out under the responsibility of the European Values Study Foundation. The four EVS waves cover a broad range of topics including the main domains of life: work and leisure time, family and sexuality, religion, politics and ethics. The EVS holding includes integrated datasets on every EVS wave and additionally for the waves 1999 and 2008 the national datasets. The EVS Longitudinal Data File 1981-2008 is based on the four waves and can be easily merged with the World Values Survey 1981-2014 to an Integrated Values Surveys 1981-2014 Data File.

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        • ZA3776 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - France
        • ZA3777 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Great Britain
        • ZA3778 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Germany
        • ZA3779 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Austria
        • ZA3780 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Italy
        • ZA3781 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Spain
        • ZA3782 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Portugal
        • ZA3783 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Netherlands
        • ZA3784 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Belgium
        • ZA3785 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Denmark
        • ZA3786 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Sweden
        • ZA3787 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Finland
        • ZA3788 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Iceland
        • ZA3789 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Northern Ireland
        • ZA3790 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Ireland
        • ZA3791 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Estonia
        • ZA3792 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Latvia
        • ZA3793 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Lithuania
        • ZA3794 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Poland
        • ZA3795 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Czech Republic
        • ZA3796 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Slovakia
        • ZA3797 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Hungary
        • ZA3798 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Romania
        • ZA3799 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Bulgaria
        • ZA3800 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Croatia
        • ZA3801 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Greece
        • ZA3802 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Russia
        • ZA3803 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Malta
        • ZA3804 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Luxembourg
        • ZA3805 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Slovenia
        • ZA3806 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Ukraine
        • ZA3807 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Belarus
        • ZA3808 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Turkey
        • ZA3811 EVS - European Values Study 1999 - Integrated Dataset
        • ZA4438 EVS - European Values Study 1981 - Integrated Dataset
        • ZA4460 EVS - European Values Study 1990 - Integrated Dataset
        • ZA4751 European Values Study 2008: France (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4752 European Values Study 2008: Great Britain (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4753 European Values Study 2008: Germany (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4754 European Values Study 2008: Austria (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4755 European Values Study 2008: Italy (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4756 European Values Study 2008: Spain (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4757 European Values Study 2008: Portugal (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4758 European Values Study 2008: Netherlands (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4759 European Values Study 2008: Belgium (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4760 European Values Study 2008: Denmark (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4761 European Values Study 2008: Sweden (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4762 European Values Study 2008: Finland (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4763 European Values Study 2008: Iceland (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4764 European Values Study 2008: Northern Ireland (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4765 European Values Study 2008: Ireland (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4766 European Values Study 2008: Estonia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4767 European Values Study 2008: Latvia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4768 European Values Study 2008: Lithuania (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4769 European Values Study 2008: Poland (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4770 European Values Study 2008: Czech Republic (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4771 European Values Study 2008: Slovak Republic (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4772 European Values Study 2008: Hungary (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4773 European Values Study 2008: Romania (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4774 European Values Study 2008: Bulgaria (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4775 European Values Study 2008: Croatia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4776 European Values Study 2008: Greece (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4777 European Values Study 2008: Russian Federation (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4778 European Values Study 2008: Malta (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4779 European Values Study 2008: Luxembourg (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4780 European Values Study 2008: Slovenia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4781 European Values Study 2008: Ukraine (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4782 European Values Study 2008: Belarus (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4783 European Values Study 2008: Albania (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4784 European Values Study 2008: Armenia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4785 European Values Study 2008: Azerbaijan (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4786 European Values Study 2008: Bosnia-Herzegovina (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4787 European Values Study 2008: Cyprus (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4788 European Values Study 2008: Northern Cyprus (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4789 European Values Study 2008: Georgia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4790 European Values Study 2008: Kosovo (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4791 European Values Study 2008: Turkey (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4792 European Values Study 2008: Republic of Macedonia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4793 European Values Study 2008: Republic of Moldova (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4794 European Values Study 2008: Republic of Montenegro (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4795 European Values Study 2008: Norway (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4796 European Values Study 2008: Serbia (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4797 European Values Study 2008: Switzerland (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4799 European Values Study 2008: Integrated Dataset (EVS 2008) - Restricted Use File
        • ZA4800 European Values Study 2008: Integrated Dataset (EVS 2008)
        • ZA4804 European Values Study Longitudinal Data File 1981-2008 (EVS 1981-2008)
        • ZA5080 European and World Values Surveys Four-Wave Integrated Data File, 1981-2004
        • ZA5174 European Values Study Longitudinal Data File 1981-2008 (EVS 1981-2008) – Restricted Use File