The Resource British General Election Panel Survey, 1992-1997

British General Election Panel Survey, 1992-1997

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British General Election Panel Survey, 1992-1997
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British General Election Panel Survey, 1992-1997
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The 1992-1997 British Election Panel Survey contacted a sample of registered British electors a total of eight times, the first wave being just after the April 1992 general election and the final wave just after the May 1997 general election. The aim of the study was to investigate individual-level stability and change in political attitudes, economic and social circumstances, and voting behavior over the lifetime of the 1992-1997 Parliament. A wave of data collection was carried out each spring, immediately following the general elections (1992, 1997), local government elections (1993, 1995, 1996), and European Parliament elections (1994). In addition, there were two autumn waves, in 1995 and 1996, both following the party conference season
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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, 1992-1997
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2616
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ICPSR02616.v1
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Label
British General Election Panel Survey, 1992-1997
Publication
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2616
Control code
ICPSR02616.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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