The following findings have been published and are available for download from this page.
Key findings from the first three rounds of the ESS - this mostly draws upon academic work using ESS data that has been published in books and journals.
Key findings from the first five rounds of the ESS - this draws on further examples of published academic work using ESS data.
In 2011, we launched a new series of ESS Topline Findings, which are concise cross-national summaries of particular topics covered in the questionnaire. Number 1 in the series focuses on trust in justice using data from Round 5 of the survey. Number 2 focuses on welfare attitudes in Europe using data from Round 4 of the survey. Number 3 focuses on the economic crisis, quality of work and social integration using data from Rounds 2 and 5 of the ESS. Number 4 focuses on Europeans' understandings and evaluations of democracy using data from Round 6 of the ESS.
ESS Topline Findings:
- 1. Trust in Justice
- 2. Welfare Attitudes in Europe
- 3. Economic Crisis, Quality of Work and Social Integration
- 4. Europeans' Understandings and Evaluations of Democracy
- 5. Europeans' Personal and Social Wellbeing
- 6. Social Inequalities in Health and their Determinants
Country-specific booklets from the ESS Topline Findings series are also available. Currently there are two issues available in the series, Policing by Consent in the UK (using data from Round 5 of the ESS) and Experiences and Expressions of Ageism in the UK (using data from Round 4 of the ESS).
Country-specific ESS Topline Findings: