The European Social Survey European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ESS ERIC) is a biennial survey, monitoring Social Change in Europe since 2002.
The latest data release shows attitudes towards climate change and parliamentary trust.
Our latest survey data found the Germans, Slovenians, French and Belgians to be most concerned about climate change. At the other end of the scale, the least concern was found in the Czech Republic, Estonia and Israel pic.twitter.com/wZvyDXEuQn— ESS ERIC (@ESS_Survey) 4. decembra 2017
More details in Czech by the Sociological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
Using our Round 8 (2016) #data, we examined the level of Parliamentary #trust amongst respondents in 18 #European countries. We discovered that levels of trust are highest in #Norway and lowest in #Slovenia pic.twitter.com/jpWpEF10HG— ESS ERIC (@ESS_Survey) 6. decembra 2017
20th January 2021
2nd December 2020