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Creator: Aarts, C.W.A.M.
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LISS panel > Elections House of Representatives 2010

In this study respondents were asked which party they planned to vote for at the elections for the House of Representatives in June 2010.

LISS panel > Immigrants in the Netherlands

The survey investigates the views of the native Dutch public on immigrants. The study incorporates a vignette experiment.

Creator: Van Ham, Carolien, Aarts, Kees
Title Description
LISS panel > Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 2012

In September 2012 the questionnaire “Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 2012”, (based on the NKO) was administered to the LISS panel members aged 18 years and older. (Part of the questionnaire also was presented to the panel members aged 16 or 17, if the questions were applicable.) Because of the elections that have been held on September 12, the questionnaire was presented on September 13.

Creator: Ham, C., Aarts, C.W.A.M.
Title Description
Immigrant panel > Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 2012

In September 2012 the questionnaire “Dutch Parliamentary Election
Studies 2012”, (based on the NKO) was administered to the LISS-I panel
members aged 18 years and older. (Part of the questionnaire also was
presented to the panel members aged 16 or 17, if the questions were
applicable.) Because of the elections that have been held on September
12, the questionnaire was presented on September 13.

Creator: Swan, Emily, Koelen, Maria, Bouwman, Laura, Aarts, Noelle
Title Description
LISS panel > How is obesity perpetuated or resisted in different contexts?

This study examines risk
factors for obesity: besides individual aspects, social and environmental
factors are looked into. By investigating which factors encourage being
'non-obese’, the study aims to discover means by which obesity can be avoided.

Creator: M. Kamp (Universiteit Twente), C.W.A.M. Aarts (Universiteit Twente), H. van der Kolk (Universiteit Twente), J.J.A. Thomassen (Universiteit Twente), Stichting Kiezersonderzoek Nederland (SKON)
Title Description
Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies > Dutch Parliamentary Election Study 1998

Two wave survey on voters' opinions: before and after the Dutch parliamentary elections of May 6, 1998. Political interest and communication / most important national problems /
party adherence / party membership / government policy satisfaction /
voting intention Second Chamber 1994 / general attitude towards (not)
voting / perception of poll results / political issues: euthanasia,
asylum seekers, European Union, ethnic minorities, perception of main
parties standpoint, own stand / political knowledge / membership of the
European Union / left-right self-rating / previous voting behaviour /
sympathy scores for political parties and politicians / political
knowledge: recognition of politician portraits, largest party,
composition of coalition / coalition preference before election / social
and political goals / conditions for Dutch nationality, the
multicultural society / composition of household / household income /
background characteristics: respondent: date of birth, marital status /
background characteristics respondent and partner: education,
occupational status, reasons for not working, occupation, number of
employees, number of working hours / former occupation / willingness to
work in regular job / religious denomination, attendance of religious
services / denomination raised in / respondent: political discussions
and party preference of parents when respondent was aged 10-16 / social
class self image / head of household: education, occupation, number of
working hours, number of employees, reason for not working / parents:
education, occupation, number of working hours, number of employees,
reason for not working / interest and activities in campaign / voting
behaviour Second Chamber 1998, coalition preference after elections /
(post-)materialist values / importance of political issues: income
differences, integration of ethnic minorities, nuclear plants, heavy
traffic on highways, environmental pollution, unemployment, euthanasia,
European Union, financial deficit of the state, level social benefits,
securing good provision for old age, misusing social benefits, asylum
seekers, crime, health care / perception importance of various issues
to political parties: unemployment, environment, fighting crime,
refugees, health care / social participation / perception standpoint
political parties: level of social benefits, nuclear plants /
satisfaction with Dutch democracy: fairness of elections, role of
political parties, members of parliament / satisfaction with Dutch
economy / regional representativeness of the parliament / right to vote
for immigrants / best candidate for prime minister / left-right rating
of political parties / external and internal political efficacy /
political cynicism / social isolation / acceptance of political
decisions / vote probability: other party / civic competence and civic
political participation / religion in politics: pillarization /
social-class self image / nationalism, patriotism, importance of
disobedience, self-control, national anthem and flag, attitude to
foreigners / self administered questionnaire: description of three
persons who are most close to respondent (partner excluded): political
discussions with them, their political stand / contacts with other
persons / trust in institutions: churches, army, judges, press, police,
parliament, administration, big companies, European Union, NATO /
media consumption: watching news and entertainment tv programs,
listening to radio channels, reading newspapers, magazines / political
TV commercials / Internet / approached by political party / political
interest, reading (inter)national news / convincing others to vote for
party.

> Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies > Dutch Parliamentary Election Study 1998

Two wave survey on voters' opinions: before and after the Dutch parliamentary elections of May 6, 1998. Political interest and communication / most important national problems /
party adherence / party membership / government policy satisfaction /
voting intention Second Chamber 1994 / general attitude towards (not)
voting / perception of poll results / political issues: euthanasia,
asylum seekers, European Union, ethnic minorities, perception of main
parties standpoint, own stand / political knowledge / membership of the
European Union / left-right self-rating / previous voting behaviour /
sympathy scores for political parties and politicians / political
knowledge: recognition of politician portraits, largest party,
composition of coalition / coalition preference before election / social
and political goals / conditions for Dutch nationality, the
multicultural society / composition of household / household income /
background characteristics: respondent: date of birth, marital status /
background characteristics respondent and partner: education,
occupational status, reasons for not working, occupation, number of
employees, number of working hours / former occupation / willingness to
work in regular job / religious denomination, attendance of religious
services / denomination raised in / respondent: political discussions
and party preference of parents when respondent was aged 10-16 / social
class self image / head of household: education, occupation, number of
working hours, number of employees, reason for not working / parents:
education, occupation, number of working hours, number of employees,
reason for not working / interest and activities in campaign / voting
behaviour Second Chamber 1998, coalition preference after elections /
(post-)materialist values / importance of political issues: income
differences, integration of ethnic minorities, nuclear plants, heavy
traffic on highways, environmental pollution, unemployment, euthanasia,
European Union, financial deficit of the state, level social benefits,
securing good provision for old age, misusing social benefits, asylum
seekers, crime, health care / perception importance of various issues
to political parties: unemployment, environment, fighting crime,
refugees, health care / social participation / perception standpoint
political parties: level of social benefits, nuclear plants /
satisfaction with Dutch democracy: fairness of elections, role of
political parties, members of parliament / satisfaction with Dutch
economy / regional representativeness of the parliament / right to vote
for immigrants / best candidate for prime minister / left-right rating
of political parties / external and internal political efficacy /
political cynicism / social isolation / acceptance of political
decisions / vote probability: other party / civic competence and civic
political participation / religion in politics: pillarization /
social-class self image / nationalism, patriotism, importance of
disobedience, self-control, national anthem and flag, attitude to
foreigners / self administered questionnaire: description of three
persons who are most close to respondent (partner excluded): political
discussions with them, their political stand / contacts with other
persons / trust in institutions: churches, army, judges, press, police,
parliament, administration, big companies, European Union, NATO /
media consumption: watching news and entertainment tv programs,
listening to radio channels, reading newspapers, magazines / political
TV commercials / Internet / approached by political party / political
interest, reading (inter)national news / convincing others to vote for
party.

Creator: C.W.A.M. Aarts (University of Twente Twente), H. Anker (University of Nijmegen), J.J.M. van Holsteyn (University of Leiden), E.V. Oppenhuis (University of Amsterdam), P.C.P.M Pennings (Free University Amsterdam), K. Wittebrood (University of Nijmegen), Stichting Kiezersonderzoek Nederland (SKON)
Title Description
Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies > Dutch Parliamentary Election Study 1994

Two wave survey on voters' opinions: before and after the Dutch parliamentary elections of May 3, 1994. Pre-election wave: reading of newspapers, tv-newscast exposure / most important national problems / party identification and membership / evaluation of government policy on economy, employment and respondents personal finances / perception of main parties' standpoints on various political issues: euthanasia, crime, income differences, nuclear plants, ethnic minorities, R's own viewpoints regarding these matters / voting at last municipal elections /feasibility of multi-party system / sympathy rating of parties and leading politicians / coalition preference / party identification of parents / most essential goals in life / the inflow of asylum-seekers / the meaning of life / the life of Brian / Post-election wave: exposure to election campaigns, participation in it / voting behaviour, time of vote decision, voting stability / image of political parties regarding their ability to solve specific problems: crime, employment, pollution, welfare-fraud, financing deficit, pensioners' incomes / importance ranking of these problems / voting for European parliament / perception of main parties' standpoints on the unification of Europe, R's own standpoints in this matter / who will be the best prime minister / familiarity with politicians / best &amp, worst qualities of leading politicians / left-right rating of political parties / meaning of the concepts of left and right / sense of political efficacy / image of politicians and the political system / civic competence / relation between citizens and politicians / importance of the city council ( gemeenteraad ), provincial states ( provinciale staten ), national and European parliament to R's personal life / importance ranking of various political and personal issues / political participation / who are most entitled to a job / attitude to foreigners / racism / positive discrimination / chance that R will ever vote for other political parties / role of religion in public life, pillarization. Background variables: basic characteristics/ residence/ household characteristics/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure/ organizational membership.

> Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies > Dutch Parliamentary Election Study 1994

Two wave survey on voters' opinions: before and after the Dutch parliamentary elections of May 3, 1994. Pre-election wave: reading of newspapers, tv-newscast exposure / most important national problems / party identification and membership / evaluation of government policy on economy, employment and respondents personal finances / perception of main parties' standpoints on various political issues: euthanasia, crime, income differences, nuclear plants, ethnic minorities, R's own viewpoints regarding these matters / voting at last municipal elections /feasibility of multi-party system / sympathy rating of parties and leading politicians / coalition preference / party identification of parents / most essential goals in life / the inflow of asylum-seekers / the meaning of life / the life of Brian / Post-election wave: exposure to election campaigns, participation in it / voting behaviour, time of vote decision, voting stability / image of political parties regarding their ability to solve specific problems: crime, employment, pollution, welfare-fraud, financing deficit, pensioners' incomes / importance ranking of these problems / voting for European parliament / perception of main parties' standpoints on the unification of Europe, R's own standpoints in this matter / who will be the best prime minister / familiarity with politicians / best &amp, worst qualities of leading politicians / left-right rating of political parties / meaning of the concepts of left and right / sense of political efficacy / image of politicians and the political system / civic competence / relation between citizens and politicians / importance of the city council ( gemeenteraad ), provincial states ( provinciale staten ), national and European parliament to R's personal life / importance ranking of various political and personal issues / political participation / who are most entitled to a job / attitude to foreigners / racism / positive discrimination / chance that R will ever vote for other political parties / role of religion in public life, pillarization. Background variables: basic characteristics/ residence/ household characteristics/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure/ organizational membership.

Creator: Dr. B. Hosch-Dayican, Prof. Dr. K. Aarts, Dr. A. Dassen, and Dr. C. Amrit
Title Description
LISS panel > Calibrating Twitter Data: Issue Salience and Issue Ownership in Social Media and in Surveys

This questionnaire
consists of questions about the knowledge of the views of different political
parties and the use of Twitter for voicing political opinions.

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