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The Resource German Election Panel Study, 1990

German Election Panel Study, 1990

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German Election Panel Study, 1990
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German Election Panel Study, 1990
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Data covering opinions about politicians, parties, and political issues were gathered for the first three waves of this panel study before the Bundestag election in 1990, and again for a fourth wave after the election. Topics include voting behavior in the most recent general election, party preference, attitudes toward political candidates, issue relevance and competence of parties versus coalitions, projected results of this election, views regarding the respondent's personal economic situation, attitudes toward the 35-hour work week, opinions about the unification of Germany and the short- or long-term advantages or disadvantages of unification, interest in opinion polls and their possible influence on voting, and beliefs about television programming's neutrality in the election campaign. Other subjects covered were fear of losing one's job, interest in media coverage of political issues, preferred newspaper, political discussions among family members, education level attained, and religiosity
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  • Kaase, M.
  • Klingermann, H.-D.
  • Kuechler, M.
  • Pappi, F.U.
  • Semetko, H.A.
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German Election Panel Study, 1990
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  • 1989-11--1990-12
  • 6192
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ICPSR06192.v1
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Label
German Election Panel Study, 1990
Publication
Note
  • 1989-11--1990-12
  • 6192
Control code
ICPSR06192.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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