Single Wave Study
The study aims to investigate how (the perception of) income inequality affects basic political attitudes.
Single Wave Study
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Datasets and documentation
|Number of the household member encrypted
|Year and month of the field work period
|Order of questions: which of the gi12a007, gi12a008 - gi12a010 and gi12a011 questions was presented first
|Order of questions: which of the gi12a007, gi12a008 - gi12a010 and gi12a011 questions was presented second
|Order of questions: which of the gi12a007, gi12a008 - gi12a010 and gi12a011 questions was presented third
|Condition1: Will you please indicate the category that applies to your household’s net income in 2011?
|Condition2: Will you please indicate the category that applies to your household’s net income in 2011?
|Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted, or that you can’t be too careful in dealing with people? Please indicate a score of 0 to 10
|Confidence: Dutch government
|Confidence: Dutch parliament
|Confidence: the legal system
|Can you indicate, on a scale from 0 to 10, where you would position your own opinion? 0 means citizens should pursue their self-interest and 10 means citizens should cooperate with others
|Was it difficult to answer the questions?
|Were the questions sufficiently clear?
|Did the questionnaire get you thinking about things?
|Was it an interesting subject?
|Did you enjoy answering the questions?
|Starting date questionnaire
|Starting time questionnaire
|End date questionnaire
|End time questionnaire
|Duration in seconds
Response OverviewSelected number of household members: 1700 (100.0%)
Non-response: 6 (0.4%)
Response: 1694 (99.6%)
Complete: 1688 (99.2%)
Incomplete: 6 (0.4%)
05-03-2012 to 07-03-2012
The first 1700 respondents with the age of 16 years and older.
A reminder was sent twice to non-respondents.