The researchers studied people born in England, Scotland and Wales. They were divided into two categories: those with higher education or higher qualifications and those without.
The analysis showed that people with higher education are less biased, less supportive of the idea of the supremacy of public order over personal freedom, and generally more supportive of liberal values.
Some limitations of the study are also mentioned. In particular, only the British participated in it, that is, the sample cannot be called representative of Russia, for example.