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British General Election Study, 1997 : Campaign Panel

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SN: 3890
Title: British General Election Study, 1997 : Campaign Panel
Persistent identifier: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-3890-1
Series: British Election Study [British Election Studies, 1969-]
Depositor: Social and Community Planning Research
Principal investigator(s): Heath, A., University of Oxford. Nuffield College
Jowell, R., Social and Community Planning Research
Curtice, J.K., University of Strathclyde
Norris, P., Harvard University. John F. Kennedy School of Government
Data collector(s): Social and Community Planning Research
Sponsor(s): Economic and Social Research Council
Gatsby Charitable Foundation
Grant number: H552255003
Other acknowledgements: P ; 1648
A. Park, K. Thomson and L. Brook Bridget Taylor, CREST (Centre for Research into Elections and Social Trends) Research Officer at Nuffield College, Oxford. Funding for waves B-D and the Election Study module on wave A

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Heath, A., Jowell, R., Curtice, J.K., Norris, P. (1999). British General Election Study, 1997 : Campaign Panel. [data collection]. 3rd Edition. UK Data Service. SN: 3890, http://doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-3890-1

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British General Election Study, 1997 : Campaign Panel
The aims of this survey were :
to analyse the interaction between medium-term economic and short-term political factors and the way in which they determine the outcome of elections;
to understand the dynamics of the election campaign and how the process of modernisation and professionalisation of campaign communications has affected the role of political leaders, the media, and the political trust and knowledge of voters.
Main Topics:
The file contains data for (initially) 3,662 respondents from four waves of interviewing :
British Social Attitudes (BSA) 1996 in spring 1996;
Wave B : 3-4 weeks before the 1997 general election;
Wave C : 1-2 weeks before the 1997 general election;
Wave D : May 1997. The initial wave was face-to-face and subsequent waves by telephone.
In addition, there is geographic information derived from the 1991 Census and turnout and electoral registration information derived from a check against the marked-up Electoral Registers.
Standard Measures
LibAuthA is the BSA version of the libertarian-authoritarian scale. LibAutBA is the BGES version of the libertarian-authoritarian scale. LftRighA is the BSA version of the left-right scale. LftRigBA is the BGES version of the left-right scale.

For the third edition of this study (December 1999), two variables were corrected: the variables affected are LIBAUTBA and LFTRIGBA. These are the scale scores for the 'balanced' or 'BGES-version' of the Left-Right and Libertarian-Authoritarian scales (see also SN:3921, British Social Attitudes Survey, 1996). For further details please see note and read file documentation for this study.

Coverage, universe, methodology

Dates of fieldwork: Wave A : spring/summer 1996
Wave B : 1-16 April 1997
Wave C : 17-30 April 1997
Wave D : May 1997
Country: Great Britain
Spatial units: Council Areas
Counties
Local Authority Districts
Standard Statistical Regions
Wards (Electoral)
Westminster Parliamentary Constituencies
Kind of data: Numeric data
Alpha/numeric data
Individual (micro) level
Universe: National
Adults aged 17 years and over (in spring/summer 1996) living in Great Britain excluding Scotland north of the Caledonian Canal.
Time dimensions: Longitudinal/panel/cohort
four waves.
Sampling procedures: Multi-stage stratified random sample
Method of data collection: Face-to-face interview; Telephone interview; Self-completion
A face-to-face interview using CAPI was conducted for Wave A. A telephone interview using CATI was conducted for Waves B-D. Wave A also included a self-completion questionnaire.
A check against marked-up Electoral Registers was used for the link to Census data.
Weighting: No information recorded

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AGEAIR POLLUTIONARTS
ASIANSASSAULTATTITUDES
BLACK PEOPLEBOVINE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHYBRITISH POLITICAL PARTIES
BURGLARYBUSINESSESCARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
CARSCENSORSHIPCENTRAL GOVERNMENT
CHILDRENCINEMA ATTENDANCECITIZENSHIP
CIVIL SERVANTSCLASS CONSCIOUSNESSCOMMUNITIES
CONSERVATIVE PARTY (GREAT BRITAIN)COSTSCOUNCIL TAX
COUNTRYSIDE CONSERVATIONCOUNTRYSIDECOURTS
CRIME PREVENTIONCULTURAL IDENTITYCURRENCIES
DECENTRALIZED GOVERNMENTDECISION MAKINGDEFENCE
DEMOCRACYDEMONSTRATIONS (PROTESTS)DENTAL TREATMENT
DENTISTSDIET AND NUTRITIONECONOMIC ACTIVITY
ECONOMIC CONDITIONSEDUCATIONEDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
EDUCATIONAL GRANTSELDERLYELECTION BROADCASTING
ELECTION CAMPAIGNSELECTIONSELECTORS
EMPLOYEESEMPLOYERSEMPLOYMENT HISTORY
EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMESENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATIONENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION
ETHNIC GROUPSEUROPEAN UNIONFAMILY ENVIRONMENT
FINANCIAL EXPECTATIONSFINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSFINANCIAL RESOURCES
FINANCIAL SUPPORTFREEDOM OF THOUGHTFULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT
GENDERGENERAL PRACTITIONERSGENETICS
GIFTSGREAT BRITAINGREEN PARTY (UNITED KINGDOM)
HEADS OF GOVERNMENTHEALTH SERVICESHIGHER EDUCATION
HOME BUYINGHOME OWNERSHIPHOMOSEXUALITY
HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SERVICESHOSPITAL SERVICESHOURS OF WORK
HOUSEHOLDSHOUSING CONDITIONSHOUSING TENURE
HOUSINGIDENTITYIMMIGRANTS
IMMIGRATIONINCOME DISTRIBUTIONINCOME TAX
INCOMEINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTINDUSTRIES
JUDGMENTS (LEGAL)JUSTICELABOUR DISPUTES
LABOUR PARTY (GREAT BRITAIN)LAW ENFORCEMENTLAWFUL OPPOSITION
LEGISLATURELIBERAL DEMOCRATS (GREAT BRITAIN)LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES
LOCAL GOVERNMENTMANAGERSMARITAL STATUS
MASS MEDIA BIASMEDICAL INSURANCEMEETINGS
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENTMINIMUM WAGESMIXED MARRIAGES
MONARCHYMOTOR VEHICLESNATIONAL IDENTITY
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH SCHEMESNEWS ITEMSNEWSPAPER READERSHIP
NEWSPAPERSNORTHERN IRELANDNUCLEAR POWER STATIONS
OCCUPATIONSPART-TIME EMPLOYMENTPATIENTS
PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTSPETROLPLAID CYMRU
POLICE ACTIVITIESPOLICE SERVICESPOLITICAL ALLEGIANCE
POLITICAL ATTITUDESPOLITICAL AWARENESSPOLITICAL CHANGE
POLITICAL EXTREMISMPOLITICAL INFLUENCEPOLITICAL INTEREST
POLITICAL ISSUESPOLITICAL LEADERSPOLITICAL PARTICIPATION
POLITICAL POWERPOLITICAL SYSTEMSPOLITICAL UNIFICATION
POLITICIANSPOVERTYPRICE CONTROL
PRICESPRISON SENTENCESPRISONERS
PRIVATE EDUCATIONPRIVATE SECTORPRIVATIZATION
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATIONPUBLIC EXPENDITUREPUBLIC INFORMATION
PUBLIC TRANSPORTRACIAL PREJUDICERAILWAY TRANSPORT
REFERENDUMSREHABILITATION (SOCIAL OFFENDERS)RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION
RELIGIOUS ATTENDANCERENTED ACCOMMODATIONRESIDENTIAL MOBILITY
RIGHT OF WAYRIGHT TO INFORMATIONRIGHT TO POLITICAL ASYLUM
RIGHT TO PRIVACYRIGHTS OF ACCUSEDRIGHTS OF PRISONERS
ROAD TOLL CHARGESROAD TRAFFICROADS
SCHOOL DISCIPLINESCHOOLSSCOTLAND
SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTYSELF-EMPLOYEDSEXUAL BEHAVIOUR
SEXUAL OFFENCESSHARESSMOKING
SOCIAL CLASSSOCIAL HOUSINGSOCIAL INTEGRATION
SOCIAL ISSUESSOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITSSOCIAL SUPPORT
SOCIAL WELFARE PHILOSOPHYSOCIAL WELFARESOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS
SPOUSE'S ECONOMIC ACTIVITYSPOUSE'S OCCUPATIONSPOUSE'S OCCUPATIONAL STATUS
SPOUSESSTANDARD OF LIVINGSTATE CONTROL
STATE RESPONSIBILITYSTATE RETIREMENT PENSIONSSTUDENTS
SUPERVISORSSURGERYTAXATION
TELEVISION CHANNELSTELEVISION NEWSTELEVISION PROGRAMMES
TELEVISION VIEWINGTHEFT PROTECTIONTRADE UNIONS
UNEMPLOYMENTUPPER HOUSEVIDEO RECORDERS
VIDEO RECORDINGSVOTING BEHAVIOURVOTING INTENTION
VOTINGWAGE DETERMINATIONWAGES
WALES

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Date of release:
First edition: 02 July 1998
Latest edition: 20 December 1999 (3rd Edition)
Copyright: Copyright Social and Community Planning Research
Access conditions: The depositor has specified that registration is not required.
Please note: These data are available to any user for any purpose under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (CC BY 4.0)

For the third edition of this study (December 1999), two variables were corrected: the variables affected are LIBAUTBA and LFTRIGBA. These are the scale scores for the 'balanced' or 'BGES-version' of the Left-Right and Libertarian-Authoritarian scales (see also SN:3921, British Social Attitudes Survey, 1996). For further details please see note and read file documentation for this study.
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Rabinowitz, G., Macdonald, S.E. and Listhaug, O., Competing theories of issue voting : is discounting the explanation?, paper prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association, Washington DC, September 2-5 1993.

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Bennett, S., Flickinger, R., and Rhine, S. Political talk - over here, over there and over time : a comparative analysis of who talks about politics in Britain and the United States, 1959-1994, paper presented to the International Society of Political Psychology meeting, Vancouver, June 30th-July 3rd 1996.

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Upton, G.J.G. (2016) Categorical data analysis by example, Oxford: Wiley. ISBN: 978-1-119-30786-0.

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