Generally, adults in the EU’s Central and Eastern European states tend to be less likely than those in the EU countries of Western Europe to say they would welcome Muslims or Jews into their families or neighborhoods, and they are less likely to favor same-sex marriage. At the same time, the Central and Eastern Europeans are more likely than the Western Europeans to view Christianity as an important component of their national identity, and to express higher levels of religious commitment.
Collection: Graphics, Images, Texts
Project: 10. Churches and religions in Europe.
Chronology: 21st century
Scope: Secondary Education, Higher Education
Resource type: Report
Source: Pew Research Center
Owner: Filippo Galletti (Modernalia)
Copyright: Pew Research Center
Abstract: Report by the Pew Research Center