TitleWhy Iowa? University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll. Data
Research genreResearch data; guided; Guided; Interviews (individual); Mixed research; Rectangular data
Type of itemDataset
Creator(s)Redlawsk, David P.; Tolbert, Caroline J.; Donovan, Todd
Date(s) of creation2008-2010
Abstract or summaryData set consists of 63 variables selected from the Why Iowa survey instruments. Survey instruments include a questionnaire conducted March 29-31, 2007, a questionnaire conducted January 5-10, 2008, a caucus attendee poll conducted in 2008, a pre Feb 5 survey conducted Feb 1-4, 2008 and a post Feb 5 survey conducted Feb 7-10, 2008. With the cooperation of the Iowa Democratic and Republican Parties, one survey instrument was placed in each precinct in the state (1784 precincts) for each party. A total of 3,568 surveys.
Funder or SponsorUniversity of Iowa. Dept. of Political Science
Research DomainPolitical science
SubjectsCaucus--Iowa--Statistics: Voting--Iowa--Statistics: Presidential elections--United States--2000-2010: Iowa
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Book uses data from the Why Iowa
Detail: Book utilizes data from the Why Iowa survey instruments.
Author: Redlawsk, David P. (Rutgers University)
Author: Tolbert, Caroline J.
Author: Donovan, Todd
Name: Redlawsk, David P., Tolbert, Caroline J. and Donovan, Todd. Why Iowa? How Caucuses and Sequential Elections Improve the Presidential Nominating Process. University of Chicago Press, 2010
Identifier: 978022670695 (isbn)