Northern Ireland Assembly Elections Study - 2003 

Principal Investigators :
Bernadette C. Hayes, Queen's University Belfast
Geoffrey Evans, Nuffield College, Oxford
Lizanne Dowds, University of Ulster
Paul Mitchell, London School of Economics
Years: 2003

Carried out immediately after the Northern Ireland Assembly elections in November 2003, the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections Study was designed to measure attitudes and behaviour at that election.

Results: Tables of results are available for all questions within the survey.

The questionnaire was administered face-to-face using computer assisted personal interviewing (CAPI), with a small self-completion section.

The dataset is available in SPSS portable file, compressed using WINZIP. Please note that the data should be weighted using the WTFACTOR variable. The data is also available from the UK Data Archive.

The Erosion of Consent: Protestant Disillusionment with the Agreement
by Ian McAllister, Bernadette C Hayes and Lizanne Dowds

Changing Party Fortunes: Party Competition and Public Opinion at the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections of 2003
by Paul Mitchell, Geoffrey Evans and Brendan O'Leary

Category: Elections

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