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The Resource British General Election Panel Survey, 1986-1987

British General Election Panel Survey, 1986-1987

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British General Election Panel Survey, 1986-1987
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British General Election Panel Survey, 1986-1987
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This study, a follow-up to the BRITISH ELECTION STUDY: [JUNE] 1983 (ICPSR 8409), was undertaken to describe and explain the outcome of the 1987 general election in Great Britain. The investigators sought to measure the magnitude and causes of the erosion of enduring support for the two major British political parties, the changing relationship between social stratification and electoral behavior, the pattern and sources of short-term voting change, and the division of opinion over major political issues and their relationships to the party division of the vote. Questions were posed regarding voting behavior in 1987 and general social and political attitudes. Numerous replications of measures used in the 1983 British Election Study were included
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  • Heath, A. F.
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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  • Jowell, R.
  • Curtice, J.K.
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British General Election Panel Survey, 1986-1987
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  • 1986--1987
  • 6450
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ICPSR06450.v1
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British General Election Panel Survey, 1986-1987
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  • 1986--1987
  • 6450
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ICPSR06450.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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