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STUDY IDENTIFICATION

Study Identification

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

RESPONDENT SERIAL

Respondent serial See Note 1.

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

DECK 01

Deck Number 1

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

LENGTH OF INTERVIEW

Length of interview

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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