DescriptionData 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.
NoteWhy Iowa survey instruments document. These survey instruments are 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.
NoteData set is available in SPSS (source format), Excel spreadsheet (.xlsx), and comma separated values (CSV).
GenreResearch data, guided, Guided, Interviews (individual), Mixed research, Rectangular data
Data Life Cycle Event(s) Type: Related publication Label: 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 Reference: http://bit.ly/gMO29L
CollectionDemocratic and Republican Iowa Caucuses on January 3, 2008
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