Moral, religious, societal, political, economic and social attitudes, goals, beliefs and values of mass publics in Europe. Topics: the questionnaire contains three parts: Apart from common core questions asked in all countries, a number of optional questions are included as well as some country-specific questions. 1. Common set of questions: Leisure time: importance of spheres of life; feeling of happiness; memberships and active participation in clubs, political parties, associations, citizens' initiatives and professional organisations; social networks in the leisure time; tolerance towards minorities, people of different faith and foreigners; interpersonal trust; locus of control (scalometer); general satisfaction with life (scalometer). Politics: party preference; attitude towards foreign employees in the respondent's country; fear of the future; assimilation and integration of immigrants; idea of justice; interest in political news in the media; individualism and public spirit; political interest; political participation; self-assessment on a left-right scale (scalometer); self-responsibility (scalometer); attitude towards freedom of competition and free enterprise (scalometer); satisfaction with democracy; attitude towards the country's present political system and evaluation of the country's past political system (scalometer); preference for a democratic political system or a strong leadership of a single politician (scale); attitude towards democracy (scale) (optional question). Religion: absolutism versus relativism with regard to good and bad; present and, where applicable, former religious denomination; present frequency of going to church, and at the age of 12; importance of rites of passage (religious services at birth, wedding and funeral), self-rating of religiousness; church adequacy with regard to moral issues, problems in family life, spiritual needs and social problems; believe in god, life after death, hell, heaven, sin, telepathy and rebirth; faith in god or nihilism (scale); importance of god in life (scalometer); comfort and strength from religion; moments of prayer and meditation; frequency of prayers; possession of and believe in lucky charms and talisman (scalometer); reading and accounting for horoscopes; attitude towards separation of church (religion) and state (scale). Family and marriage: importance of qualities for a successful marriage (scale); attitude towards marriage and traditional family pattern (scale); attitude towards children of one's own (scale); attitude towards female roles (scale); attitude towards a traditional or liberal parent-child relationship; importance of qualities to learn children at home; attitude towards abortion. Society: preference for individual freedom or social equality; post materialism (scale); preferred development of society (scale)(optional question); confidence in institutions; adherence to the country's individual human rights (Idem; is optional); social-spatial solidarity concerned with family, neighbourhood, people in the region, fellow countrymen, Europeans and mankind; social-economic solidarity (concerned with elderly, unemployed people, foreigners and handicapped people as well as readiness to actually help such groups; personal reasons of solidarity (reasons for helping the elderly and immigrants; identification with the town, region, nation, Europe and the world; national pride. Morals and sexuality: (justification of tax evasion, theft, drug use, lies, bribe money, corruption, euthanasia, suicide, environmental pollution, drink-driving; scale); moral attitudes towards relationship and sexuality (homosexuality, abortion, divorce, promiscuity; scale); presumed spread of immoral behaviour among fellow citizens (scale); attitude towards a punishment depending on the delinquent's or witness's situation (scale). Demography: sex; year of birth; marital status and living together with a partner; number of children; school education; age at completion of school education; employment; executive position and span of control; company size; job (ISCO88) and professional position; periods of unemployment; size of household; age of children in the household; head of household; characteristics of head of household; household income. Additionally coded: size of town; region; country. 2. Additional questions in some countries: Attitude towards privatization of state companies (scalometer); willingness to fight for one's own country; attitude towards income equality or individual effort (scalometer); preference for individual or state responsibility of retirement income and housing (scalometer); attitude towards radical or just cautious changes of one's own life; attitude towards revolutionary changes in society; evaluation of solvability of environmental problems, crime rate and unemployment on a national level; security of employment; thoughts about the meaning of life; believe in angels and supernatural powers; attitude towards the exertion of religious practises in school; attitude towards dealing with different religious traditions; attitude towards banning irreligious books and films; assessment of the churches' influence on the country's politics; moral perceptions about dodging the fare, political murder, embryonic research, genetic manipulation, prostitution, paedophilia (scale); trust in fellow countrymen. Interviewer rating: social stratum of respondent; respondent's willingness to cooperate. Additionally coded: date of interview; length of interview.