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Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1962

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Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1962
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Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1962
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This was the third in a series of studies conducted by the Social Research Institute of Tokyo on the political attitudes of the voting population in metropolitan Tokyo (see also ICPSR 7068 and 7069). This study attempted a thorough investigation of the four largest political parties in Japan in 1962: Liberal Democratic, Democratic Socialist, Socialist, and Communist. Respondents were asked to give their opinions of each party, to list the most important criteria on which they judged political parties, and to indicate which parties they could never support. A large portion of the survey probed respondents' impressions of each of the four parties individually. This was achieved through a lengthy scaling procedure evaluating each party's degree of fairness, trustworthiness, strength, consistency, affluence, independence, persuasiveness, capability, and seriousness of purpose. Demographic variables cover age, sex, marital status, education, standard of living, and occupation
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  • Yoron Kagaku Kyokai
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1962
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  • 1962
  • 7070
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ICPSR07070.v1
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Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1962
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  • 1962
  • 7070
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ICPSR07070.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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