Satisfaction with cultural facilities in EU cities

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The FINANCIAL — The results of the most recent European Commission survey of satisfaction with cultural facilities indicate that in 2015, in 20 capital cities in the European Union (EU), over 75 % of respondents were satisfied with the cultural facilities available, such as concert halls, theatres,museums and libraries.

The four EU capitals with 90 % or more of respondents stating satisfaction were Wien (97 %), Helsinki (94 %), Praha and Stockholm (both 90 %). Those with less than 60 % of respondents satisfied were Lisboa (59 %), Lefkosia (58 %) and Valletta (34 %).

These results are part of a wider presentation of statistics on capital cities which you can find in the interactive tool “My capital in a bubble”. The tool enables you to compare statistics on a range of themes including the labour market, quality of life and selected demographics.


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