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American national election study, 1982 : post-election survey file

Author: Warren E Miller; Maria Elena Sánchez; National Election Studies (U.S.); University of Michigan. Center for Political Studies.; Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor, 1983?]
Series: American national election study series; ICPSR study, 9042.
Edition/Format:   Computer file
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This is the seventeenth in a series of studies of American national elections produced by the Political Behavior Program of the Survey Research Center (SRC) and the Center for Political Studies (CPS), and the third study to be conducted under the auspices of a National Science Foundation grant providing long-term support for the National Election Studies. The 1982 Election Study has two components: 1) a traditional
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Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Warren E Miller; Maria Elena Sánchez; National Election Studies (U.S.); University of Michigan. Center for Political Studies.; Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
OCLC Number: 21018219
Notes: Data collected: 1982.
"Maria Elena Sánchez was director of studies in 1982"--Codebook.
ICPSR data class: Class I.
Description: data file (logical records) + codebook.
Details: The data are available in card-image and OSIRIS formats.
Series Title: American national election study series; ICPSR study, 9042.
Responsibility: principal investigators, Warren E. Miller and the National Election Studies/Center for Political Studies.

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This is the seventeenth in a series of studies of American national elections produced by the Political Behavior Program of the Survey Research Center (SRC) and the Center for Political Studies (CPS), and the third study to be conducted under the auspices of a National Science Foundation grant providing long-term support for the National Election Studies. The 1982 Election Study has two components: 1) a traditional post-election survey using in-person interviews with a national sample of 1,418 respondents located in the 74 primary areas of the county-based SRC sampling frame, and 2) an experimental post-election survey using computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) with a national sample of 1,000 respondents selected by a random-digit dialing procedure. The post-election survey contains only the personal interview data. An integrated file containing both personal and telephone data will be available at a later date. Telephone respondents were administered a somewhat abbreviated version of the in-person interview schedules, adapted for use over the telephone where appropriate. The focus of the survey was the congressional elections which had just been held. Respondents were asked about their involvement and interest in the campaign, whether and how they voted, the nature and extent of their contact with their United States Representative, and about their knowledge of issue positions held by candidates for Congress.

A number of questions dealt with President Reagan's performance in office. In addition, the respondents were asked to evaluate Reagan's personal qualities and their own feelings toward him. Other variables include feeling thermometers, party identification, major national problems, attitudes on a number of social and political issues, personal data on employment, income, religion, age, education, and marital status, and field administration and sampling variables.

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