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English Public Attitudes to CSPL - Relevant Questions: Insights from the British Election Study Internet Panel

Bon, Esmeralda Valentine; van der Eijk, Cees

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Esmeralda Valentine Bon

Cees van der Eijk



Abstract

In the analyses reported in this report weights were used as follow: if a variable occurred in only one wave, the weight for that specific wave was employed. If a variable was measured in multiple waves, either the 'full' weight for all waves was used or a multiple-wave-weight that covered the specific waves of relevance. For the purpose of replication, the British Election Study and most of the Public Standards survey data can be freely accessed and downloaded from the UK Data Service data archives (https://discover.ukdataservice.ac.uk/).

Report Type Discussion Paper
Publication Date Jul 4, 2017
Pages 15
Institution Citation Bon, E. V., & van der Eijk, C. (2017). English Public Attitudes to CSPL - Relevant Questions: Insights from the British Election Study Internet Panel. Committee on Standards in Public Life
Keywords British Election Study; Public Opinion; Political Attitudes; CSPL; Political Trust; Standards in Public Life
Additional Information This report was prepared for the Horizon Scanning Event of the CSPL -the Committee on Standards in Public Life, to report on questions in the BES (British Election Study) internet panel survey (BESip) that relate to the Committee's 7 Principles of Public Life (also known as the Nolan Principles).

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