Short-term Campaign Panel 2013

Short-term Campaign Panel 2013

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ZA5704 Version 3.2.0Short-term Campaign Panel 2017
ZA5753 Version 3.0.0Control Group I (to panel wave 3)
ZA5754 Version 3.0.0Control Group II (to panel wave 5)
ZA5755 Version 3.1.0Control Group III (to panel wave 7)
ZA5758 Version 2.0.0Interim 2014 survey of the 2009-2013-2017, 2013-2017-2021 long-term panel and the 2013 election panel.
ZA5759 Version 1.0.0Interim 2015 survey of the 2009-2013-2017, 2013-2017-2021 long-term panel and the 2013 election panel
Concept and goalThe Campaign Panel is a seven-wave survey of Internet users entitled to vote. The respondents are interviewed up to seven times at short intervals – six times before the 2017 federal election and once afterwards. Parallel to waves 3, 5 and 7, control cross-sections (1,000 respondents each) were carried out. In addition, the panel respondents were surveyed in interim surveys in 2014 and 2015 as again in the 2017 federal election. Repeat respondents of the election campaign panels for the 2013 and 2017 federal elections
The Campaign Panel allows for an analysis of changes in individuals' political attitudes and political behaviour over the course of an election campaign.
ContentVote intention and voting decision, political involvement, political attitudes, problem perception, evaluation of political actors, political media use, party contacts, coalition preferences, reception TV debate, sociodemography, personality, voting behaviour in state elections
Date of collection and number of unitsWave 1: 20.06.13 – 07.07.13N = 5,256
Wave 2: 18.07.13 – 28.07.13N = 4,517
Wave 3: 01.08.13 – 11.08.13N = 4,332
Wave 4: 15.08.13 – 25.08.13N = 4,285
Wave 5: 02.09.13 – 12.09.13N = 4,205
Wave 6: 16.09.13 – 21.09.13N = 4,062
Wave 7: 24.09.13 – 04.10.13N = 4,192
Linkage with other GLES studiesCampaign Media Content Analysis 2013, Print Media & TV
Mode of collectionWeb-based interviews (CAWI)
Target populationGerman citizens eligible to vote with access to the Internet
Sampling ProcedureQuota sampling of the frame population of the Online-Access-Panel Respondi
Duration of interviewApprox. 20 to 25 minutes per wave