NZES1993: New Zealand Election Survey

The post-election survey focused on voting trends and decision-making in the 1993 New Zealand general election. Voters were questioned on: parties/politicians and the politics and issues of each; economic policy; attitudes to other policies and values; their attitudes on the extent of representation and the level of participation; party preferences and voting; the role of elections and types of electoral reforms.

Background variables include age, sex, country of birth, place of residence, racial, religious and class identity, personal income, marital status, level of education, employment status, income, spouse’s employment status and income.



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Author Jack Vowles (1229010), Peter Aimer (1229016), Helena Catt (1229019), Raymond Miller (1212948), Jim Lamare (1229013)
Source Created 2015-08-31T05:19:37Z
Source Modified 2015-08-31T05:19:37
Language English
Source Identifier 10.17608/k6.auckland.2002590.v5
Dataset metadata created 1 August 2019, last updated 6 December 2023