Satisfaction with cultural facilities in European cities

This indicator offers a view of the degree of satisfaction among European citizens regarding cultural facilities available in their place of residence. To a certain extent, this indicator allows a ranking of the highest valued cities to be made.

This indicator stems from a question included in the Urban Audit and in the Flash Eurobarometer on Quality of Life in European Cities regarding the degree of satisfaction with respect to cultural facilities such as cinemas, theatres, museums and libraries in the city where respondents live. The answer categories are the following: Very satisfied, Rather satisfied, Rather unsatisfied, Not at all satisfied or No answer.

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