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National Election Study 2015 data available

The National Election Study 2015 report was published in July 2016. Data from the study is available from the Finnish Social Science Data Archive for research, teaching and learning purposes (FSD3067 Finnish National Election Study 2015).

7.9.2016

Indicators updated

Democracy indicators (available in Finnish) have been updated based on the National Election Study 2015 and other statistical information.

21.12.2016

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Research Data

Parliamentary election surveys are archived at the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD). Individual datasets are available in Aila to users according to the conditions of use and the Archive’s access application procedure.

FSD3067 Finnish National Election Study 2015 [Aila: FSD2653] was collected after the 2015 parliamentary elections, using face-to-face interviews and a supplementary, self-administered questionnaire. The interview data form Finland's contribution to the international Comparative Study of Electoral Systems program (CSES 4).

FSD2653 Finnish National Election Study 2011 [Aila: FSD2653] was collected after the 2011 parliamentary elections, using face-to-face interviews and a supplementary, self-administered questionnaire. The interview data form Finland's contribution to the international Comparative Study of Electoral Systems program (CSES 3).

FSD2269 Finnish National Election Study 2007 [Aila: FSD2269] was collected after the 2007 parliamentary elections, using face-to-face interviews and a supplementary, self-administered questionnaire. There is a deliberate over-representation of the Swedish-speaking population. The interview data form Finland's contribution to the international Comparative Study of Electoral Systems program (CSES).

FSD1260 Finnish National Election Study 2003 [Aila: FSD1260] was collected after the 2003 parliamentary elections, using face-to-face interviews and a supplementary, self-administered questionnaire. There is a deliberate over-representation of Swedish-speaking population. The interview data form Finland's contribution to the international Comparative Study of Electoral Systems program (CSES).

The collections of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive include a number of other surveys covering elections. More information on the theme page: Data on Finnish elections


Finnish Social Science Data Archive & Finnish national election study consortiumUpdated 2016-09-07