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Individual Freedom and Human Rights

Last updated: October 24, 2005

This graph shows where respondents rated their country on the level of respect for individual freedom and human rights, by election study. In parentheses is the average rating reported by respondents in each election study - the lower the number in parentheses, the more perceived respect on average. Election studies appearing towards the top of the graph have the most perceived respect for individual freedom and human rights on average. Also provided is the percent of respondents within each election study that chose each answer.

Respondents' perception of the level of respect for
individual freedom and human rights in their country...


Data Source:
CSES Module 2: June 29, 2005 version

Variables Used:
CSES Module 2: B3043

Question Text:
How much respect is there for individual freedom and human rights nowadays in (country)? Do you feel there is a lot of respect for individual freedom, some respect, not much respect, or no respect at all?
1. A LOT OF RESPECT
2. SOME RESPECT
3. NOT MUCH RESPECT
4. NO RESPECT AT ALL

Weights Used:
CSES Module 2: B1010_1 (Sample Weight)

Notes: