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ZA6804: Short-term Campaign Panel (GLES 2017)

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Bibliographic Citation

Citation Citation GLES (2019): Short-term Campaign Panel (GLES 2017). GESIS Data Archive, Cologne. ZA6804 Data file Version 7.0.0, https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13323
Study No.ZA6804
TitleShort-term Campaign Panel (GLES 2017)
Current Version7.0.0, 2019-7-24, https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13323
Date of Collection06.10.2016 - 23.03.2018
Principal Investigator/ Authoring Entity, Institution
  • Roßteutscher, Sigrid - Universität Frankfurt
  • Schmitt-Beck, Rüdiger - Universität Mannheim
  • Schoen, Harald - Universität Mannheim
  • Weßels, Bernhard - Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung
  • Wolf, Christof - GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften
Contributor, Institution, Role
  • Schoen, Harald - Universität Mannheim - ProjectLeader
  • Preißinger, Maria - Universität Mannheim - ProjectManager
  • Kratz, Agatha - Universität Mannheim - ProjectMember
  • Manger, Lea - Universität Mannheim - ProjectMember
  • Wuttke, Alexander - Universität Mannheim - ProjectMember
  • Bauer, Irina - GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - DataCurator
  • Bucher, Hannah - GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - DataCurator
  • Kaukal, Malte - GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - DataCurator
  • Kühn, Marie - GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - DataCurator
  • Stroppe, Anne-Kathrin - GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - DataCurator

Content

AbstractPolitical issues (Issues). Political attitudes and behaviour. Opinion formation during election campaigns. Topics: Political interest; satisfaction with democracy; Big Five (psychological self-characterisation); intention to participate in elections; intended vote on BTW (first and second vote); election decision (intended, hypothetical): Consideration Set for second vote; current assessment of personal economic situation and the economic situation in Germany; sympathy scale for selected parties (CDU, CSU, SPD, FDP, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Die Linke, AfD); satisfaction with the performance of the federal government (scale); satisfaction with the performance of the individual governing parties (CDU, CSU, SPD); willingness to take risks; sympathy scale for top politicians (Angela Merkel, Sigmar Gabriel, Horst Seehofer, Christian Lindner, Katrin Göring-Eckardt, Katja Kipping, Frauke Petry); problem-solving competence of the parties; political knowledge (voting rights in Germany, first-second vote, 5% hurdle); self-assessment on the left-right continuum (scalometer); personal value orientations according to the Schwartz model; positionissues (ego): socio-economic dimension (lower taxes and less welfare benefits vs. more welfare state benefits vs. more taxes), opportunities for foreigners to move in, integration of foreigners (should be able to adapt to German culture vs. be able to live according to their own culture), climate protection (priority for combating climate change, even if it harms economic growth vs. priority for economic growth, even if it makes combating climate change more difficult), security and privacy (for strong state intervention vs. against strong state intervention), European integration (push for European unification vs. European unification is already going too far); attitudes towards efficiency and electoral norms; political positions (adoption of children for same-sex partnerships, deportation of economic refugees, Islamic communities should be monitored by the state, state measures to reduce income disparities, referenda at federal level, restrictions on the exercise of the Islamic faith); political positions on current issues (state and economy, expansion of state powers in fighting crime, Islam fits into German society); most important source of political information (television, newspaper, radio, Internet, personal conversations, others); average Internet use (general, politically current); current use and reception frequency of TV news (Tagesschau/Tagesthemen (ARD), Heute/Heute Journal (ZDF), RTL Aktuell, Sat. 1 News, others); current use and reception frequency of daily newspapers (Bild-Zeitung, Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Süddeutsche Zeitung, die tageszeitung, Die Welt, others); current use and reception frequency of weekly magazines in print and online versions (Der Spiegel, Focus, Die Zeit, Stern); voter participation and decision on the BTW 2013 election; frequency of political conversations; number of interlocutors; relationship to individual interlocutors and the interlocutors´ election intentions; party identification as well as the duration, strength and type of party identification; disenchantment with politics (parties only want voters´ votes, most party politicians are trustworthy and honest, even simple party members can contribute ideas, without professional politicians our country would be governed worse, citizens have hardly any possibilities to influence politics, parties are only about power, parties exert too much influence in society, parties consider the state as a self-service shop); assessment of differences in governmental policies of parties and assessment of differences between parties in general; national identity; assessment of components of national identity; temporary work; fear of losing a job; fear of losing a business; subjective class affiliation. Additionally in the second wave: Political knowledge (assignment of politicians/parties, unemployment rate); assessment of justice within the German society; assessment of one´s own share in the German standard of living; foreign policy orientation (use of military force never justified, FRG should concentrate on problems in the country, FRG should act in agreement with the USA, necessity of a common stance of FRG and allies in crises, FRG should play a more active role in world politics, war sometimes necessary to protect national interests, FRG should provide security on its own, FRG should represent interests towards the USA with more self-confidence); sympathy scale for top politicians (Angela Merkel, Martin Schulz, Horst Seehofer, Christian Lindner, Katrin Göring-Eckardt, Sahra Wagenknecht, Frauke Petry); political positions on current issues (Federal Government should strive for a good relationship with Trump, more taxes for rich citizens, restrictions on the exercise of the Islamic faith in the FRG, observation of Islamic communities by the state, Federal Government should strive for a good relationship with Putin, Islam fits into German society); classification of parties on the left-right-continuum (scalometer); principles of democracy (democratic parties should have the chance to govern, have the right to stand up for their opinion against the majority, democracy without polit. opposition unthinkable); Chancellor preference; forms of participation, retrospective (participation in citizens´ initiatives, participation in demonstrations, election campaign support of party or politician); trust in institutions (Bundestag, Federal Constitutional Court, Bundeswehr, unions, banks, media, police); position issues: Importance of welfare state benefits and taxes, possibilities for foreigners to move in, integration of foreigners, climate protection, security and privacy; attitudes towards extremism/authoritarianism (dictatorship may have a better form of government, GDR had more good than bad sides, socialism good but so far badly executed idea, troublemakers should feel undesirable, strong leaders to live safely, traditions should be maintained, nationalisation of commercial enterprises, group/association interests should be subordinated to the common good, the world would be better if people were like Germans). Additionally coded: Study number; GESIS Archive Version; Digital Object Identifier; year of survey; period of survey; GLES component; survey/wave; participation behavior WKP 2013; electoral district; weighting factors; sequence number; sequence number (WKP 2009, 2013); survey evaluation; number of participations in online panels, surveys; Information on problems in the data set; field time wave 1; completeness of the interview; interruption of the survey; time undercut index (WKP 2013, 2017); last page viewed; survey time; respondent´s input device; respondent´s Javascript and Flash usage; survey start/end time; date of entry into respondi panel; number of surveys (invitations, participation, cancellations); control items. Demography: Origin according to West/East Germany; German nationality; sex; month of birth; year of birth; school leaving certificate (ego, partner); federal state; household size; number of household members under 18 years of age; marital status; partner present; partner in household; vocational training; gainful employment (ego, partner); previous gainful employment (ego, partner); duration of unemployment ; occupation (ego, partner); differentiation of occupational groups (employee, manual worker, academic profession, self-employed, civil servant); employment sector; economic sector; former occupation (ego, partner); former occupation (employee, manual worker, academic profession, self-employed, civil servant); net household income (categories); religious affiliation; frequency of going to church; religiousness; country of birth; age when moving in; place of residence.

Methodology

Geographic Coverage
  • Germany (DE)
UniverseThe target population of the Campaign Panel comprises all German citizens who were eligible to vote in the election to the German Bundestag on September 24, 2017. Due to conducting the study online, not every German citizen eligible to vote had a chance to be selected for the survey. Thus, the frame population is restricted to German citizens eligible to vote who were members of the Online-Access-Panels conducted by Respondi AG and GapFish GmbH. The Respondi panel contained 65.000 to 70.000 members at the end of 2016. After completing a double opt-in registration procedure and filling in their master data, Respondi panel members are considered active, when they participated in a survey in the past three months, whereas GapFish panel members are considered active when they participated in a survey in the past 12 months. 113.000 members of the GapFish panel fulfill these criteria. The members of the Access-Panels are mainly recruited online. A smaller proportion is recruited by telephone.
Analysis Unit Analysis Unit
  • Individual
Sampling Procedure Sampling Procedure
  • Non-probability: Quota
Mode of Collection Mode of Collection
  • Self-administered questionnaire: Web-based (CAWI)
Time Method Time Method
  • Longitudinal: Panel
Kind of Data Kind of Data
  • Numeric
  • Text
Data CollectorUniversity of Mannheim, Chair for Political Psychology
Date of Collection
  • 06.10.2016 - 23.03.2018

Errata & Versions

VersionDate, Name, DOI
7.0.0 (current version)2019-7-24 Release7-0-0 https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13323
6.0.02018-9-26 Release6-0-0 https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13150
5.0.02018-6-20 Release5-0-0 https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13047
4.0.02018-2-1 Release4-0-0 https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12971
3.0.02017-11-27 Release3-0-0 https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12930
2.0.02017-4-28 Release2-0-0 https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12776
1.0.02017-1-26 first archive edition https://doi.org/10.4232/1.12735
Errata in current version
DateSubjectDescription
2017-1-26Programming error kp1_1500Due to a programming error all answers of "don´t know" were saved as "no answer".
2017-1-26Filter error kp1_1681/kp1_1661Due to unclear circumstances 17 respondents in kp1_1681a-f and 2 respondents in kp1_1661a-h were not directed to the follow up request although they did not move the sliders.
2017-1-26Filter error kp1_1933Due to programming error 121 respondents were not directed to the follow up request although they did not move the sliders.
2017-1-26Filter error kp1_1945Due to programming error one respondent has not been directed to the follow up request although it did not move the sliders.
2017-5-2Error in verification for wave two56 respondents of the Short-term Campaign Panel 2013 were able to verify themselves for the second wave although their saved data were wrong. They are flagged by kp2_info1.
2017-5-2Programming error kp2_1933/kp2_1945a-cOne respondent could not move the sliders and has been recoded into -92 "Error in data".
2017-11-27Filter error kp3_1681/kp3_1661Due to unclear circumstances 6 respondents in kp3_1681a-f and 3 respondents in kp3_1661a-h were not directed to the follow up request although they had not moved the sliders.
2017-11-27Filter error kp3_1933Due to programming error 22 respondents were not directed to the follow up request although they had not moved the slider.
2017-11-27Filter error kp3_1945Due to programming error one respondent has not been directed to the follow up request although it had not moved the slider.
2018-2-1Filter error kp3_221Due to programming error, 7 respondents who indicated to choose LKR (Code 331) or Buendnis C (Code 351) in kp3_190bb were not directed to this question.
2018-2-1Filter error kp4_421Due to unclear circumstances, one respondent in kp4_421ka-ei was not directed to the follow-up request, although it had not checked any of the boxes.
2018-2-1Filter error kp4_1616/kp4_1681/kp4_1661Due to unclear circumstances, 2 respondents in kp4_1616a-c,y, 6 respondents in kp4_1681a-f and 2 respondents in kp4_1661a-h were not directed to the follow-up requests, although they had neither moved the sliders nor checked the radio button.
2018-2-1Filter error kp4_1933Due to unclear circumstances, 27 respondents in kp4_1933 were not directed to the follow-up request, although they had not moved the slider.
2018-2-1Filter error kp4_2095Due to unclear circumstances, 18 respondents were able to again indicate the same party as in kp4_2090a,b (Party identification).
2018-2-1Filter error kp4_221Due to programming error, 8 respondents who indicated to choose LKR (Code 331) or Buendnis C (Code 351) in kp4_190bb were not directed to this question.
2018-2-1Filter error kp5_1681/kp5_1661Due to unclear circumstances, 5 respondents in kp5_1681a-f and 3 respondents in kp5_1661a-h were not directed to the follow-up requests, although they had neither moved the sliders nor checked the radio button.
2018-2-1Filter error kp5_1933Due to unclear circumstances, 21 respondents in kp5_1933 were not directed to the follow-up request, although they had not moved the slider.
2018-2-1Filter error kp5_221Due to programming error, 8 respondents who indicated to choose LKR (Code 331) or Buendnis C (Code 351) in kp4_190bb were not directed to this question.
2018-2-1Programming error kp6_2880Due to a premature field start, 38 respondents (lfdn <= 45) were shown preliminary versions of kp6_2880j,k,w,x,y,z,aa,ab,ac,ad,ae which had not been authorized yet.
2018-2-5Filter error kp6_1681/kp6_1661Due to unclear circumstances, 5 respondents in kp6_1681a-f and 2 respondents in kp6_1661a-h were not directed to the follow-up requests, although they had neither moved the sliders nor checked the radio button.
2018-2-5Filter error kp6_1933Due to unclear circumstances, 21 respondents in kp6_1933 were not directed to the follow-up request, although they had not moved the slider.
2018-2-5Filter error kp6_221Due to programming error, 3 respondents who indicated to choose LKR (Code 331) or Buendnis C (Code 351) in kp6_190bb were not directed to this question.
2018-2-5Filter error kp7_1933Due to unclear circumstances, 15 respondents in kp7_1933 were not directed to the follow-up request, although they had not moved the slider.
2018-2-5Filter error kp7_1945Due to programming error, one respondent in kp7_1945a-b has not been directed to the follow up request although it had not moved the sliders.
2018-2-5Filter error kp7_2095Due to unclear circumstances, 19 respondents were able to again indicate the same party as in kp7_2090a,b (Party identification).
2018-2-5Filter error kp7_221Due to programming error, 6 respondents who indicated to choose LKR (Code 331) or Buendnis C (Code 351) in kp7_190bb were not directed to this question.
2018-2-5Filter error kp8_1681/kp8_1661Due to unclear circumstances, 3 respondents in kp8_1681a-f and 2 respondents in kp8_1661a-h were not directed to the follow-up requests, although they had neither moved the sliders nor checked the radio button.
2018-2-5Filter error kp8_1933Due to unclear circumstances, 23 respondents in kp8_1933 were not directed to the follow-up request, although they had not moved the slider.
2018-6-20Programming error kp8_341aThe variable kp8_341 has been incorrectly labeled as CSU/CSU (instead of CDU/CSU).
2018-6-20Filter error kp8_1933ue to unclear circumstances, 4 respondents were not directed to kp9_211a,c-f,i,g.
Version changes
Changes between version 7.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2019-7-25Due to an error when loading the data, open question verbatims of the respondents in wave 4 were incorrectly coded to -95 "Errors in the data". The error was corrected affecting the variables kp4_840_c1, kp4_840_c2, kp4_840_c3, kp4_840_c4, kp4_840_c5, kp4_860_c1, kp4_860_c2, kp4_860_c3, kp4_860_c4, kp4_860_c5.2019-7-25
2019-7-25The numerical variable study contains as value the (ZA-)study number of the data set in four-digit format. In addition to the ZA number, the value label now also specifies the title of the respective study.2019-7-25
2019-7-25The numerical variable "sample" is used to allocates respondents to their sample or survey group. This variable is newly introduced for all GLES studies and harmonizes these information. In the election campaign panel it replaces the variable "group", which previously contained this information.2019-7-25
2019-7-25In the string variable "field_start" the date of the first day of the survey is stored in the format ´YYYYY-MM-DD´. In the string variable "field_end" the date of the last day of the survey is stored in the format ´YYYYY-MM-DD´. They replace the variable field, in which this information was previously summarized.2019-7-25
2019-7-25The variables kpX_field, year and survey have been dropped. The information can be found in the variables study and sample or in the study description.2019-7-25
2019-7-25The variable name of the constituency allocation did not contain the year of the federal election, when the constituencies were effective. This has been adjusted and the variables elecdist and elecdist1-elecdist4 renamed elecdist17_ and elecdist17_1-elecdist17_4.2019-7-25
2019-7-25An English version of the data sets, the questionnaire and the study documentation were published.2019-7-25
Changes between version 6.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2018-9-25Open answers are coded and included in the dataset(kpX_840_c1-5, kpX_860_c1-5, kpX_260_c1-3).2018-9-25
2018-9-25The dichotomous variables "wXa" (participation in survey) was recoded based on the short-term campaign-panel 2013. As direct consequence 18 respondents were identified, who did - based on the new definition - not participate in any of the waves. 2018-9-25
2018-9-25Die Variable „kpx_info“ was wrongly calculated and has been corrected.2018-9-25
2018-9-25The missing categories of the constituency coding has been updated (elecdist, elecdist1-elecdist4). It now differentiates between respondents, who refused to name their ZIP code, and those, who named a ZIP code which could not be assigned to a constituency.2018-9-25
2018-9-25Post-stratification weights have been recalculated based on the marginal distributions from the (N)Onliner-Atlas 2016 (wei_on – wei5_on).2018-9-25
2018-9-25Variable names have been adjusted according to the Short-Term Campaign-Panel 2013 (ZA5704). This affects the variables: kpX_650x,z,v; kpX_250; kpX_262*; kpX_352; kpX_2550; kpX_3921; kpX_2481; kpX_2590 (New names: kpX_650p,z1,v2; kpX_252;kpX_260*; kpX_350; kpX_2551; kpX_3920; kpX_2480; kpX_2591). An overview of the changes can be found in the study description.2018-9-25
2018-9-25Several corrections in the variables and labels were implemented.2018-9-25
Changes between version 5.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2018-6-20Wave 9 has been added to the dataset.2018-6-20
2018-6-20The variables elecdist, elecdist1, elecdist2, elecdist3, and elecdist4 have been updated. The assignment of constituencies is now based on the Stata ado-file "plztowknr" and accounts for the geographic boundaries of the electoral districts in 2017.2018-6-20
2018-6-20The variable kpx_info has been updated and gives information on inconsistencies in the reported residence of respondents. This includes not matching federal states and constituencies as well as changes of the federal state between wave 1/a1 and wave 9.2018-6-20
2018-6-20The variable kp8_211 has been recoded because the values were incorrectly replaced by the values of the variable kp8_221 in earlier versions. The error has been corrected. 2018-6-20
2018-6-20The variable kp7_compl was erroneous and has been corrected.2018-6-20
2018-6-20The variable lfdn has been inconsistent. All cases, which were already included in the first wave, were assigned a new consecutive number in each released version of the dataset. This fault has been removed and the consecutive number corresponds to the latest dataset version (v4.0.0).2018-6-20
2018-6-20Post-stratification weights have been recalculated based on the marginal distributions from the German micro census 2016.2018-6-20
2018-6-20Correction of variable and value labels.2018-6-20
Changes between version 4.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2018-2-1Waves 4-8 have been added to the dataset.2018-2-1
2018-2-1Between the fourth and the fifth wave, new respondents were added and they were interviewed from wave five onward. This resulted in the possibility to provide information on time-invariant characteristics in various waves. Variables „kpx_2280flag“, „kpx_2291flag, „kpx_2290flag“, „kpx_2350flag“, „kpx_2390flag“, „kpx_3710flag“,“ kpx_3720flag“, „kpx_3730flag“ and „kpx_3740flag“ give information on when respondents gave these information. 2018-2-1
2018-2-1The variable "wkp13" has been replaced by the variable "gruppe", to identify respondents of the campaign panel 2013 as well as respondents added between waves four and five.2018-2-1
2018-2-1Recoding of variables kp3_4000 (Membership party) and kp3_4110 (Membership party, other party) in party versions A and B.2018-2-1
2018-2-1For variables kpX_2090a (Party identification) and kpX_2095a (Multiple party identification), CDU and CSU have been listed separately.2018-2-1
2018-2-1Because of an erroneous variable kpX_compl, not all disposition codes had been assigned correctly. This fault has been removed.2018-2-1
2018-2-1Correction of variable and value labels.2018-2-1
Changes between version 3.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2017-11-27The third wave has been added to the dataset.2017-11-27
2017-11-27For the answer of 107 respondents in the verification process who also participated in 2013 and happended to have a typo, the typo instead of the corrected answer was saved. This have been corrected.2017-11-27
2017-11-27Respondents breaking off before or during the verification process of wave 2 have been recoded into -95 "not participated".2017-11-27
2017-11-27Coding of kp1_1702 has been corrected.2017-11-27
2017-11-27Correction of wrong code of party "Bündnis C - Christen für Deutschland" in wave 2.2017-11-27
2017-11-27Correction of variable and value labels.2017-11-27
Changes between version 2.0.0 and it's previous version
DateSubjectDescriptionCorrection Description
2017-5-2The second wave has been added to the dataset.2017-5-2
2017-5-2In a line with the addition of the second wave variables invariant in time have been renamed into the kpx_ pattern. This affects „kp1_2280“, „kp1_2291“, „kp1_2290“, „kp1_2293s“, „kp1_2390“, „kp1_3710“, „kp1_3720“, „kp1_3730“, „kp1_3740“, „kp1_3750“, „kp1_3760“, „kp1_3921“, „kp1_3930“, „kp1_2550“, „kp1_3940“, „kp1_3950“, „kp1_3960“ and „kp1_2350“. Those variable names now start with "kpx_" instead of "kp1_".2017-5-2
2017-5-2Weights regarding speeders have been droped („wei_mzz“, „wei_mzoz“, „wei_onz“, „wei_onoz“) and are replaced by weights affecting all cases („wei_mz“,“wei_on“).2017-5-2
2017-5-2Notifications of filter errors have been changed. Instead of flagging them in kp1_info1 and kp1_info2 affected respondents are recoded into -92 "Error in data" (kp1_1681a-e, kp1_1661a-g).2017-5-2
2017-5-2Following variables have been removed from the first wave: „kp1_speederflag_WKP17“, „kp1_speederflag_WKP13“, „kp1_ats“ and „kp1_device_type“. 2017-5-2
2017-5-2Following variables have been added to the first wave: „kp1_compl“, „kp1_dispcode“ and „kp1_quota“ 2017-5-2
2017-5-2A wrong recoding of -97 "not applicable" and -93 "not asked, terminated" has been corrected in the first wave.2017-5-2
2017-5-2Correction of variable and value labels.2017-5-2

Further Remarks

Number of Units: 22521
Number of Variables: 2646 (+ 1914 Zeitvariablen)
Analysis System(s): SPSS, Stata

Publications

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Groups

Research Data Centre
Groups
  •  German Longitudinal Election Study (GLES)
    The German Longitudinal Election Study (GLES) is a DFG-funded project which made its debut just prior to the 2009 federal election. GLES is the largest and most ambitious election study held so far in Germany. Although the initial mandate is to examine and analyse the electorate for three consecutive elections, the aspired goal is to integrate the project within GESIS as an institutionalized election study after the federal election of 2017, and hence to make it a permanent study.