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Respondent number

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

2.

Interviewee's general situation today in comparison to his situation 4 years ago-improved/gotten worse

As to your general situation in comparison to your situation four yeras ago, would you say it has improved, is the same or is it worse? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

3.

The country's situation has improved/gotten worse

What about the country's situation?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

4.

To what extent interviewee is interested in politics

To what extent are you interested in politics in general?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

5.

Interviewee generally attends lectures on political subjects

Do you generally attend lectures on political subjects?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

6.

In the period before the elections,interviewee participates in meetings organized by the parties

In the period before the elections, do you participate in meetings organized by the parties?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

7.

Two main sources of information on political affairs

Choosing from radio, television and newspapers, what are your two main sources of information on political affairs?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

8.

To what extent interviewee talks about politics with friends

To what extent do you talk about politics with your friends?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

9.

Interviewee votes like friends

In Israel, as in every democracy, the voting in an election is a personal and private affair. Even so, there are people who vote like their friends and there are those who don't. How do you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

10.

Spouse votes like interviewee

Does your wife (husband) vote like you?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

11.

To what extent do you discuss politics with your close relatives

To what extent do you discuss politics with your close relatives?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

12.

Most of interviewee's relatives vote like him

Do (most of) your relatives vote like you?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

13.

Main reason why interviewee votes

People vote for a number of reasons. What is the main reason why you, personally, vote?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

14.

The opposition serves the country in the same way the party in government does

Do you think the opposition serves the country the same way the party in government does?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

15.

Elections, making people vote for different parties, hurt the unity of the nation

Elections make people vote for different parties. In your opinion, does this hurt the unity of the people?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

16.

Politicians use the elections to take advantage of the people

Some people say that through the elections politicians take advantage of the people for their own purpose. Do you agree?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

17.

Youth movement interviewee participated in

Did you participate in a youth movement? Which?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

18.

Party interviewee supports or tends to support is similar to the youth movement he belonged to

Is the party you support, or tend towards, nowadays, similar to the youth movement you were a member of?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

19.

Interviewee's father is interested in politics

Is your father interested in politics?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

20.

Interviewee usually discusses/ed politics with father

Do (or did) you usually discuss politics with your father?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

21.

Interviewee definition of the ideal political party

Below are a number of pairs of adjectives that can be used to define a political party. Between every adjective in a pair there are seven steps. Think of the ideal party you would like to see in government. Where would you place it?-strong... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

22.

Interviewee definition of the ideal political party

Below are a number of pairs of adjectives that can be used to define a political party. Between every adjective in a pair there are seven steps. Think of the ideal party you would like to see in government. Where would you place it?-rightw... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

23.

Interviewee definition of the ideal political party

Below are a number of pairs of adjectives that can be used to define a political party. Between every adjective in a pair there are seven steps. Think of the ideal party you would like to see in government. Where would you place it?-conser... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

24.

Interviewee definition of the ideal political party

Below are a number of pairs of adjectives that can be used to define a political party. Between every adjective in a pair there are seven steps. Think of the ideal party you would like to see in government. Where would you place it?-middle... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

25.

Interviewee definition of the ideal political party

Below are a number of pairs of adjectives that can be used to define a political party. Between every adjective in a pair there are seven steps. Think of the ideal party you would like to see in government. Where would you place it?-inexpe... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

26.

The first of the two most important problems the government should be taking care of

What are the most important problems the government should be taking care of? The first:

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

27.

The second problem

What are the most important problems the government should be taking care of? The second one:

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

28.

Government will soon find a solution for the above mentioned two problems

Do you believe the government will soon find a solution for the two problems you mentioned above?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

29.

Party stands on the first issue differ

Do the parties' stand on the first issue differ from one another?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

30.

Party stands on the second issue differ

Do they differ on the second issue?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

31.

Interviewee identifies with a specific party's stand on the first problem/this influences way he votes

Do you identify with a specific party's stand on the first problem? If yes, does that influence the way you vote?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

32.

Interviewee identifies with a specific party's stand on the second problem/this influences way he votes

Do you identify with a specific party's stand on the second problem? If yes, does that influence the way you vote?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

33.

When interviewee decided to vote

Some people decide very early whom to vote for and some people wait until the last minute. How about you?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

34.

Factor making interviewee decide whom to vote for, for those who wait to decide

If you wait, what will make you decide for whom to vote?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

35.

To what extent election campaign helps decide whom to vote for

To what extent do you think the election campaign helps you decide for whom to vote?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

36.

To what extent radio broadcasts help decide whom to vote for

To what extent do you think radio broadcsts help you decide whom to vote for?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

37.

To what extent the press helps decide whom to vote for

To what extent do you think the press helps you decide whom to vote for?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

38.

To what extent television helps decide whom to vote for

To what extent do you think television will help you decide whom to vote for?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

39.

Interviewee is interested in the subject of social and economic inequality in Israel

Lately, people have been saying there is social and economic inequality in the country. Are you interested in the subject?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

40.

To what extent interviewee agrees that there is too much social and economic inequality in Israel

To what extent do you agree that there is too much social and economic inequality in the country?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

41.

To what extent the issue of socio-economic inequality will influence the results of the election

To what extent do you think this issue (socio-economic inequality) will influence the results of the election?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

42.

To what extent the parties differ in their stands on socio-economic inequality

To what extent do you think the parties differ in their stands on this issue?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

43.

Party whose stand on socio-economic inequality interviewee identifies with

Is there a party whose stand on this issue you identify? If yes, which?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

44.

Party whose stand on socio-economic inequality interviewee does not identify with

Is there a party whose stand on this issue is very far from yours? If yes, which?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

45.

How the issue of socio-economic inequality will influence interviewee's vote in next election

How will this issue influence your voting in the next election?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

46.

Interviewee will withdraw support for party if it changes its stand on this issue

If the party you support, or tend towards, changes its stand on this issue, will you withdraw your support and vote for somebody else? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

47.

Interviewee is usually interested in security problems

Are you usually interested in security problems?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

48.

Israel has to give up occupied territories if wants to maintain Jewish character&come closer to peace

Some people say that if we want to maintain the Jewish character of the country and come closer to peace, we'll have to give up the occupied territories. What do you think? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

49.

To what extent territories issue will influence results of next election

To what extent do you think this issue (occupied territories) will influence the results of the next election?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

50.

To what extent party stands differ on territories issue

To what extent do you think the parties differ in their stands on this subject (occupied territories)?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 1973 - May 1973 Survey.

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