The election survey 1971-2019

The election survey 1971-2019

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About the survey

At every parliamentary election since 1971, the Danish National Election Study has carried out countrywide representative voter studies.

 

The primary purpose of these election studies has been to uncover the most important reasons for why voters vote as they do.

Contents

The election survey 1971-2019 consists of a unique time series on party elections and political attitudes in Denmark spanning across half a century.

The election survey allows you to analyse and compare public sentiment over time:

  • Who are people voting for?
  • What topics are considered important?
  • Is there trust towards the politicians?

You can read more about the Danish National Election Study at www.valgprojektet.dk.

Download the full series

Danish Election Survey 1971-2019 — continuity file

 

The Danish Election Survey, 2019

 

The Election Survey, 2015

 

The Election Survey, 2011

 

The Election Survey, 2007

 

The Election Survey, 2005

 

The Election Survey, 2005, combination study 1

 

The Election Survey, 2005, combination study 2

 

The Election Survey, 2001, main study

 

The Election Survey, 2001, combination study 1

 

The Election Survey, 2001, combination study 2

 

The Election Survey, 1998

 

The Election Survey, 1998, supplementary study

 

The Election Survey, 1994

 

The Election Survey, 1994, supplementary study

 

The Election Survey, 1990

 

The Election Survey, 1988

 

The Election Survey, 1987

 

The Election Survey, 1984

 

Danish election surveys, recurring questions 1971-1981

 

The Election Survey, 1981

 

The Election Survey, 1979

 

The Election Survey, 1977

 

The Election Survey, 1975

 

Panel study of the elections in 1971 and 1973

 

The Election Survey, 1973

 

Before and after study of the 1971 election