Australian Election Study, 1987
The Australian Election Study (AES) is a survey designed to collect data for academic research on Australian public opinion and behaviour during federal elections. All the studies are national, post-election self-completion (mail-in, mail-out) surveys with the sample drawn randomly from the electoral register. The 1987 study had two goals. The first was to continue the broad line of enquiry established by the 1967 and 1979 Australian National Political Attitudes surveys so that patterns of...[Show more]
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