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1.

STUDY IDENTIFICATION

Study Identification

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

2.

RESPONDENT SERIAL

Respondent serial See Note 1.

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

3.

DECK 01

Deck Number 1

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

4.

LENGTH OF INTERVIEW

Length of interview

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

5.

ATTENTION TO NEWSPAPERS

2. How closely do you follow newspapers for news and comment about politics - very closely, fairly closely or just once in a while? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

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ATTENTION TO TELEVISION

3. How closely do you usually follow programmes about politics on television - very closely, fairly closely or just once in a while? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

7.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PARTIES

8. Considering everything the parties stand for, would you say that there is a great deal fo difference between them, some difference, or not much difference? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

8.

CON KEEP-BREAK PROMISES

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

9.

LAB KEEP-BREAK PROMISES

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

10.

CON DIVIDE OR UNITE

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

11.

LAB DIVIDE OR UNITE

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

12.

CON BLOODY-MINDED

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

13.

LAB BLOODY-MINDED

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

14.

CON GOOD FOR CLASSES

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

15.

LAB GOOD FOR CLASSES

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

16.

CON EXTREME-MODERATE

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

17.

LAB EXTREME-MODERATE

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

18.

CON CAPABLE-NOT CAPABLE

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

19.

LAB CAPABLE-NOT CAPABLE

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

20.

CON STANDS FIRM-GIVES WAY

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

21.

LAB STANDS FIRM-GIVES WAY

9. On this card are listed some choices of opposite words or phrases, and I'd like you to say how much each one applies to a party. I'm going to ask you about the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. SHOW CARD A (POINT TO OPTIONS ON ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

22.

CARED WHICH PARTY WON

10. Would you say that you cared a good deal which party won the election or that you didn't care very much which party won?

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

23.

ELECTION HELP SOLVE PROBLEMS

11. How much do you think the Election is going to help solve the major problems that the country is facing - a great deal, a little, or not at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

24.

ELECTION GAVE PEOPLE FACTS

12. Do you think the recent Election campaign generally gave the people the facts about the problems facing the country?

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

25.

INTEREST IN POLITICS

14. How much interest would you say you take in politics - a great deal, some, not much, or none at all?

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

26.

CON HANDLED RISING PRICES

15. How well do you think the last Conservative Government handled the problem of rising prices - very well, fairly well, not very well, or not at all well? ("Last Conservative Government" means 1970-1974) ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

27.

LAB WOULD HAVE HANDLED PRICES

16. If the Labour Party had been in power at the time how well do you think they would have handled the problem of rising prices - very well, fairly well, not very well, or not at all well? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

28.

IMPORTANCE OF PRICES

17. Think about when you were deciding about voting. How important to you when you were deciding about voting was the issue of rising prices - the most important single thing, fairly important, or not very important? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

29.

PRICES GO ON RISING

18. Some people say that prices will go on rising fast no matter what any Government tries to do. Would you say you agree or disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

30.

UNDERSTANDING OF PRICES

19. On some issues people feel that they understand the problems that are involved, while on others they tend to feel that they don't really understand what the problems are. How well would you say you understand the problem of rising pric... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

31.

BLAME PRICES ON CON GOVT

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? How much would you say the ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

32.

BLAME PRICES ON BIG BUSINESS

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? And how much is big busines... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

33.

BLAME PRICES ON LABOUR PARTY

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? And the Labour Party? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

34.

BLAME PRICES ON COMMON MARKET

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? The Common Market? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

35.

BLAME PRICES ON COMMUNISTS

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? Communists? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

36.

BLAME PRICES ON TRADE UNIONS

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? The Trade Unions? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

37.

BLAME PRICES ON WORLD SITUATION

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? The World Situation? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

38.

BLAME PRICES ON SHOPS AND SUPERMARKETS

20. There has been a lot of talk recently about who is really to blame for rising prices. SHOW CARD C Using one of the answers on this card, could you say how much to blame you think each of the following are? Shops and Supermarkets? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

39.

CON GOVT HANDLED MINERS STRIKE

21. How well do you think the last Conservative government handled the events leading up to the Miners' Strike - very well, fairly well, not very well, or not at all well? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

40.

LAB WOULD HAVE HANDLED MINERS STRIKE

22. If the Labour party had been in power how well do you think they would have handled the events that led up to the Miners' Strike - very well, fairly well, not very well or not at all well? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

41.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME CON GOVT

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? The last Conservative Government? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

42.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME MR HEATH

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? Mr. Heath? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

43.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME LABOUR PARTY

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? The Labour Party? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

44.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME COMMUNISTS

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? Communists? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

45.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME TRADE UNIONS

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? Trade Unions generally? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

46.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME COAL BOARD

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? The management of the coal industry - in other wo... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

47.

MINERS STRIKE BLAME N U M

23. People don't agree about who was really to blame for the Miners' Strike. Using one of the answers on this card, could you tell me how much you think each of the following was to blame? The Miners' Union - in other words, the National ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

48.

CON GOVT HANDLED STRIKES

24. How well do you think the last Conservative government generally handled the problem of strikes - very well, fairly well, not very well or not at all well? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

49.

LAB WOULD HAVE HANDLED STRIKES

25. If the Labour party had been in power how well do you think they generally would have handled the problem of strikes - very well, fairly well, not very well or not at all well? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

50.

IMPORTANCE OF STRIKES

26. Think about when you were deciding about voting. How important to you when you were deciding about voting was the problem of strikes - the most important single thing, fairly important, or not very important? ... (view details)

Taken from: British Election Study: February 1974, Cross-Section.

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