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Notes from page 138 138 using none toencode none in asp.net web,windows application GTIN-14 disapprove = none none two, strongly disapprove = one. Item (a) is from the pre-election survey, and (b) and (c) are from the post-election survey. The factor analysis yielded one factor with an eigenvalue greater than one, and a factor score variable was computed.

Emotional reactions to the war were measured by giving respondents a list of four positive (happy, hopeful, confident, proud) and four negative (angry, disgusted, uneasy, afraid) words and asked to choose which words described their feelings about the situation in Iraq . The emotional reaction to Iraq variable is the number of positive words minus the number of negative words designated. Similar variables are constructed for emotional reactions to the economy and the NHS.

26 Other predictor variables in the model are constructed as follows: (i) issue-proximities respondents were asked to place themselves and labour, Conservative and liberal Democrat parties on 0 10 scales for the following dimensions: (a) left right, (b) tax spend, (c) EU membership, (d) crime-rights of the accused. The issue-proximity variables are the average absolute distances between the respondent and each of the parties on the four dimensions; (ii) party best on most important issue respondents were asked: As far as you re concerned, what is the single most important issue facing the country at the present time (emphasis in original). Respondents supplying an issue were then asked: Which party is best able to handle this issue 0 1 dummy variables are created for labour, the Conservatives, the liberal Democrats and all other parties.

Respondents not designating a most important issue, those stating that no party was best able to handle the most important issue, and those stating they did not know which party is best are the reference category; (iii) party identification see note 10 above; (iv) economic evaluations were measured using the results of an exploratory factor analysis of responses to these questions: (a) How does the financial situation of your household now compare with what it was 12 months ago (b) How do you think the general economic situation in this country has changed over the last 12 months (c) How do you think the financial situation of your household will change over the next 12 months (d) How do you think the general economic situation in this country will develop over the next 12 months Responses were scored: lot worse = 2, little worse = 1, don t know = zero, little better = one, lot better = two. The analysis yielded one factor with an eigenvalue greater than one, and a factor score variable is computed; (v) emotional reactions to the NHS and the economy respondents were given a list of four positive (happy, hopeful, confident, proud) and four negative (angry, disgusted, uneasy, afraid) words and asked to choose which words described their feelings about the NHS (the economy). The.

Notes from pages 138 149 emotional react none none ions variables are the number of positive words minus the number of negative words designated; (vi) socio-demographics age in years; ethnicity is a 0 1 dummy variable with respondents designating themselves as white British scored one, and all others scored zero; gender is scored male = one, female = zero; region of residence is a series of 0 1 dummy variables with Greater london as the reference category; social class is the six-category Registrar General (RG) classification. Respondents not able to be classified using the RG scheme who have a spouse/partner are given the spouse/partner s RG classification..

5 Electoral choices 1 Economic eval none for none uations were measured using the results of an exploratory factor analysis of responses to the following questions: (a) How does the financial situation of your household now compare with what it was 12 months ago ; (b) How do you think the general economic situation in this country has changed over the last 12 months ; (c) How do you think the financial situation of your household will change over the next 12 months ; (d) How do you think the general economic situation in this country will develop over the next 12 months . Responses were scored: lot worse = 2, little worse = 1, don t know = zero, little better = one, lot better = two. The factor analysis yielded one factor with an eigenvalue greater than one, and a factor score variable was computed.

2 Party identification was measured using responses to the standard BES question: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as labour, Conservative, liberal Democrat, [Scottish National (Scotland)/Plaid Cymru (Wales)] or what . 0 1 dummy variables were created for labour, Conservative, liberal Democrat and miscellaneous other parties. Respondents stating none , no party , or don t know were treated as the reference category.

3 The question wording is: How well do you think the present government has handled each of the following issues . The numbers designated positive in Figure 5.3 are the percentage of respondents judging that the government has handled a particular issue very well or fairly well and the numbers designated negative are the percentage judging that the government has handled that issue fairly badly or very badly .

The order of presentation of issues was randomized. 4 The question wording is: How well do you think a Conservative government would handle each of the following issues . The order of presentation of issues was randomized.

The numbers in Figure 5.4 are computed as described in note 3 above..

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