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Social Weather Stations Survey [Philippines]: Quarter II, 1995 (ICPSR 2405)
Principal Investigator(s): Social Weather Stations
The Social Weather Stations Surveys were designed to provide a source of data on Philippine economic and social conditions independent from Philippine governmental statistics. These quarterly surveys cover the entire Philippines with four major geographic study areas: National Capital Region (NCR), Balance Luzon (areas outside of NCR but within Luzon), Visayas, and Mindanao. Adults, aged 18 and older, are asked through face-to-face interviews for their views on issues concerning the general topics of economics, governance, politics, diplomacy, and society, as well as issues of current public interest in the Philippines. The survey also gathers information from household heads about the members of the household and household characteristics. The Social Weather Stations Survey for the second quarter of 1995 was conducted from June 5 to July 1, 1995. Questions on economics issues probed for respondents' feelings about personal encounters with poverty, as well as their views on quality of life trends and taxation and fiscal policies. Questions about governance included ratings of political personalities, the government's ability to fight graft and corruption, presidential and senatorial performance, knowledge of the legal system, appraisal of the justice system, the election process, and former president Ferdinand Marcos. A series of questions about politics asked respondents about their voting behavior history, national unity, and how democracy works. Questions on diplomacy elicited respondents' views on external military threats, foreign relations, national security threats, and the United States' military presence in Asia. Societal topics covered the state of the family, agrarian reform, language, tourism programs, environmental concerns, birth control practices, illegal drug use, and the National Food Authority. Background information on respondents includes age, sex, political party, marital status, employment status, education, household composition, home ownership, health insurance coverage, and household spending patterns.
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Social Weather Stations. Social Weather Stations Survey [Philippines]: Quarter II, 1995. ICPSR02405-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1998. http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR02405.v1
Persistent URL: http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR02405.v1
Scope of Study
Subject Terms: agrarian reform, birth control, democracy, drug abuse, economic conditions, environmental attitudes, families, international relations, Marcos, Ferdinand, national security, political attitudes, poverty, presidential performance, public opinion, quality of life, social indicators, social issues, taxation, tourism, voting behavior
Geographic Coverage: Global, Luzon, Mindanao, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Visayas
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Original ICPSR Release: 1998-12-23
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