Catalog of Holdings

Study Report

Study Number: KB-053-001-1-1-United States-APPC-2000

Subject Area: Election Studies

Bibliographic Citation: National Annenberg election survey: 2000 presidential election.  [machine-readable data file] / University of Pennsylvania. Annenberg Public Policy Center  [principal investigator(s)] / Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania  [distributor].

Date Accessioned: 2/16/2006

Number of Files Received: 0

Comments: Data files are in SPSS format and tab-delimieted formats. Users are prompted to view an agreement for using the study when they first use this CD-Rom. The about.htm provides links to codebook files and data files on this CD. A backup copy of this CD-Rom is made. Its ISO copy is in DPLS-archive. This study was ordered from Oxford University Press. It comes with a paperback book and a data CD-Rom. 9/06 Program is installed on Ketchup and Mustard. 11/07 Memorial Library also has a copy of this book. Its call number is JK 1968 2000b. A newer version of this study including 2004 data is available at the Memorial Library. Its call number is JK 1968 2004 C37 2006.

Access Status: Access limited to UW-Madison

Date Ordered: 2/7/2006

Documentation: Codebook files are in PDF format and a book titled capturing Campaign Dynamics:the Annenberg election survey: design, method and data includes CD-Rom.

Abstract: The national Annenberg election study (NAES) of 2000 is a cross-sectional survey, which began November 8, 1999 and ended January 19, 2001. It includes daily telephone interviews with average samples of 50 to 300 people. Because the survey began in November of 1999 researchers can analyze the dynamics of primary elections as never before. In addition, the survey stayed in the field for more than two months after Election Day to collect public opinions in those 36 days of uncertainty over who had won the presidency. In the end 79,458 US residents were interviewed by telephone about their perceptions and behaviors relevant to the campaign as well as the political system generally. Because some respondents were interviewed multiple times, in total 100,626 interviews were conducted. For respondents who were interviewed more than once, their cross-section interviews were matched with their follow-up reinterviews to form pre-post panel studies around the conventions, debates and general election.

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7344 (CD-Rom)
7345 (CD-Rom)