Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey - 1989 

Principal Investigators :
Social and Community Planning Research (now called National Centre for Social Research)
 
Years: 1989
   
Description:

The Northern Ireland Social Attitudes (NISA) survey began in 1989 as an extension of the British Social Attitudes Survey, and ran until 1996. In 1991, 866 adults aged 18 or over interviewed on their attitudes to a range of social issues.

 
Results:

Below is a listing of the modules for this survey. Click on the module of interest for a listing of the variables and their questions


AIDS
Background
Civil_Liberties
Community_Relations
Economic_Activity
Economic_Prospects
Europe_and_International_Relations
Food
Morality
Political_Attitudes
Poverty
Public_Spending
Social_Class
Welfare
Work_Orientations

   
Questionnaires:

The main questionnaire was administered using computer assisted interviewing. Respondents were also asked to complete a paper self-completion questionnaire.

The questionnaires can be obtained from the UK Data Archive at the University of Essex.

 
Datasets:
The data set can be obtained from the UK Data Archive at the University of Essex.
   
Category: General Social Attitudes

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