American National Election Study (ANES) Series
Investigator: Warren E. Miller et al. and the National Election Studies
The American National Election Study (ANES), begun in 1948, is the oldest continuous series of survey data investigating electoral behavior and attitudes in the United States. The focus of the survey includes voter perceptions of the major political parties, the candidates, national and international issues, and of the importance of the election. Also explored are voter expectations about the outcome of the election, degree of voter interest in politics, political affiliation and voting history, as well as participation in the electoral process. ANES interviews are conducted before and after presidential elections and after national congressional elections. Post-election interviews include questions on actual voting behavior and voter reflections about the election outcome.
What Can I Do With This Collection?
- American National Election Study, 2008: Pre- and Post-Election Survey
- American National Election Study, 2004: Pre- and Post-Election Survey
- American National Election Study, 1998: Post-Election Survey
- American National Election Study, 1996: Pre- and Post-Election Survey Pre-Post Data File (All Components)
- American National Election Study, 1984 Pre- and Post-Election Survey (ICPSR Version)
- American National Election Study, 1976
- American National Election Studies: Evaluations of Government and Society Study 1 (EGSS 1), 2010-2012
- American National Election Studies (ANES) Panel Study, 2008-2009
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