Eurobarometer Data Service

National Pride

Would you say that you are very proud, quite proud, not very proud, or not at all proud to be (nationality (3))?

New follow up question added starting with Eurobarometer 54 / CCEB:

And would you say you are very proud, fairly proud, not very proud, not at all proud to be European? (4)

ZA Study Number Eurobarometer Fieldwork Month Fieldwork Year Question Number Variable Name (1)
120817 3-4 1982 Q.165 (2) V106
131819 3-4 1983 Q.238 V152
132021 3-4 1984 Q.248 V99
154224 10-11 1985 Q.163 V25
154426 10-11 1986 Q.160 V61
171530 10-11 1988 Q.130 V65
256342 11-12 1994 Q.14 V52
2619Flash 47 5-6 1995 Q.4 / Q.3 (4) 
293647.1 3-4 1997 Q.40 V254
320452.0 10-11 1999 Q.10  
329653 4-5 2000 Q.29  
338754.1 11-12 2000 Q.6 / Q.7  
3978CCEB2001.1 10 2001 Q.14 / Q.15   
362756.2 10-11 2001 Q.7 / Q.8  
363957.1 3-5 2002 Q.28 / Q.29  
3979CCEB2002.2 9-10 2002 Q.14 / Q.15  
3983CCEB2003.2 5 2003 Q.10 / Q.11  
393860.1 10-11 2003 Q.44 / Q.45  
3986CCEB2003.4 10-11 2003 Q.12 / Q.13 
422962.0 10-11 2004 Q.45 / Q.46  
441464.2 10-11 2005 QA41 / QA42  
452666.1 9-10 2006 QA31 / QA32  

(1) Please note that the variable names refer to the final ICPSR/ZA codebook editions, if available. 

(2) Different question wording: "... to be a citizen of our country?"

(3) Starting with Eurobarometer 53 referring to the nationality as specified in Q.1 ("What is your nationality"?).

(4) European pride" has been asked for the first time in the framework of Flash Eurobarometer 47: Q.3 "In fact, all citizens of the European Union member states are "European citizens". Are you personally proud or not to be a European citizen?".