GLES Cross-Section 2009-2017, Cumulation

GLES Cross-Section 2009-2017, Cumulation

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ZA6835 Version 1.0.0GLES Cross-Section 2009-2017, Cumulation
Concept and goalThe GLES Cross-Section is a probabilistic survey conducted and cumulated before and after the 2009, 2013 and 2017 federal elections. With the GLES Cross-Section, political attitudes, preferences, and voting behaviour can be analysed.
ContentVote intention, voting decision, political involvement, political attitudes, problem perception, evaluation of political elites, political media usage, contact with parties, coalition preferences, sociodemography, personality
Date of collectionPre-ElectionPost-Election
200910.08.2009 – 26.09.200928.09.2009 – 23.11.2009
201329.07.2013 – 21.09.201323.09.2013 – 23.12.2013
201731.07.2017 - 23.09.201725.09.2017 - 30.11.2017
Linkage with other GLES studiesGLES Sensitive Regional Data 2013-2017
GLES Panel
Long-term Panel 2009-2013- 2017
Candidate Study 2009
Candidate Study 2013
Candidate Study 2017

Associated studiesComparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES)
Mode of collectionComputer Assisted Personal Interview (CAPI)
Target populationGerman citizens resident in the Federal Republic of Germany, who had a minimum age of 16 years and lived in private households
Sampling procedure2009, 2013: Random sampling based on the ADM-design with oversampling of East German population
2017: Multistage register sample with oversampling of the East German population
Number of unitsPre-electionPost-election
2009N = 2,173N = 2,115
2013N = 2,003N = 1,908
2017N = 2,179N = 2,112
Total: N = 12,490
Duration of interviewapprox. 60 min (per survey)