Rights and freedoms in the perception of the Russian population (Levada Center)

Random-sample questionnaire-based nationally representative polls conducted as omnibus surveys 2000-22

Version 1.0, published: Oct. 24, 2022

Open Access

Heiko Pleines


Main category: Protests
Curated by: Jan Matti Dollbaum
Additional categories: Opinion Polls
Levada Center (2022): Rights and freedoms in the perception of the Russian population (Levada Center), v. 1.0, Discuss Data, <doi:10.48320/59561DDE-6219-470D-86E8-2AC63A36A4FD>.

Description

The Levada Center has been conducting omnibus surveys of the Russian population on a regular basis. This data collection includes questions about perceptions of a large number of human and civic rights - together with standard social-demographic and political data about all respondents, from a total of 17 opinion polls conducted in 2000, 2005-07, 2011, 2013-15, 2017-22.

Included in this data collection are the relevant questions from the Levada omnibus surveys. The SPSS file (.sav) is the original file provided by the Levada Center. It has been exported into an Excel file. The content of the respective xlsx-file should be identical with the original sav-file.

The file "DocuDataCollection" documents the questions included in the dataset and provides information about the random-sample questionnaire-based nationally representative polls conducted as omnibus surveys. The original data files are in Russian, but the documentation lists all questions and answer options with an English translation.

An overview of some selected results is included in the data collection as a separate file.

Countries

Russia

Keywords

Civil Rights Human Rights Social Rights Rule Of Law

Language of data

English Russian

Disciplines

Comparative Politics Law Sociology

Methods of data collection

Public Opinion Poll