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The fluctuating fortunes of the U.K. Social Democratic Party

This paper describes the methodology, and outlines some of the findings, of an ongoing programme of political research. The focus is the recently formed UK Social Democratic Party. The SDP, in collaboration with its Alliance partner, the Liberal...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1983: Demonstrating The Contribution Of Research
Authors: Tony Lunn, Peter Cooper, Oliver Murphy
Company: QRi Consulting Ltd.
June 15, 1983

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Classifying undecided voters in pre-election surveys

Due to the potential impact and significance of the undecideds and the widespread use of telephone surveys, it became imperative that an improved technique be developed which would result in a reliable forecast of the likely voting patterns of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1982: Fitting Research To Turbulent Times
Authors: Frederick Wiseman, I. Fenwick, J. W. Becker, J. Heiman
June 15, 1982

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Diminishing political participation

Statistics show that political participation in Switzerland, as in many other Western countries, is constantly decreasing. A first analysis has shown, that certain segments of the population are much less participating in polls than others,...

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Social Change Analysis As A Tool For Strategic Planning And Decision Making
Author: Werner Wyss
Company: SCOPE Qualitative Research AG
June 18, 1980

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The voters between left and right

9 out of 10 voters can position themselves on a left / right semantic differential scale. Some 30% choose for the center position. The scale-positions largely explain party-choice in elections as well as perceptions of political entities such as...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Author: Jan Stapel
Company: NIPO
June 15, 1980

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The democracy of opinion polls

Observation of the behaviour, attitudes and opinions, among other things, of a population can be done to achieve many objectives. Much of such studies belong to the field of market research, and much to social research. Opinion polling is included in...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Author: Norman L. Webb
Company: Gallup International Association
June 15, 1980

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Survey on opinion, attitude and voting intention during the 1979 British general election campaign

In the weeks just prior to the British general election of May 1979 Research Services Ltd. conducted a series of four surveys for a London Sunday newspaper, the Observer. In some ways, there was nothing unusual about the four surveys. They were of a...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Authors: Michael Warren, Anthony King
June 15, 1980

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A comparative analysis of voting and voters in Germany and the United Kingdom

The objective of this paper is to investigate what can be learnt about comparative politics from an examination of public opinion poll data across country. The two countries selected are Germany and Britain: and the data compared is mainly taken from...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Authors: John Clemens, Kurt Galler
Company: Marplan Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
June 15, 1980

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The Austrian nuclear power referendum and its influence on the Austrian general elections in May 1979

The outcome of the Austrian national referendum against the operation of the nuclear power plant in Zwentendorf did not only turn out as a surprise for the Austrian political scene but has also been referred to, as a remarkable event on the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Authors: Ernst Gehmacher, Fritz Plasser
Company: GfK
June 15, 1980

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The use of computer simulations in forward planning

This paper describes how a set of simulation programmes, grouped under the acronym WANDA, can be used to increase the contribution of sample survey data to forward planning. The problem taken as an example is the construction of a model of voting...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1973: The Application Of Market And Social Research For More Efficient Planning
Author: John Clemens
September 1, 1973