since i'm not sure if my question is as specific as expected by Stack* audience, I would like to explain a little what I would like to get.

I'm looking for a database, dataset or some data source where I can find information about how people feel about themselves.

Suppose that we are dealing with some "how I feel about *" test where there are questions which answer falls in a range between "not so much" to "yes, indeed".

Imagine questions like:

  • "Do you think you're liberal?"
  • "Are you fine with meeting people from different countries?"
  • "Do you think you can manage unexpected situations?"
  • "Do you value the support of your family?"

and so on...


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    Polling companies like gallup.com have this data and release it in various forms: news.gallup.com/topic/report.aspx might be a useful starting point. Of course, not all of their data is free, but quite a bit of it is. I signed up for their newsletter and they send me vaguely interesting stats on a weekly basis. – user3856 Jul 25 '18 at 17:49
  • that's interesting, i haven't thought of polling companies released reports. i'll look into it! – gabt Jul 26 '18 at 6:25

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