New Zealand Election Study
Published on 2016-11-29T00:47:24Z (GMT) by Martin von Randow
Through the analysis of political behaviour over successive New Zealand elections, we have been monitoring the democratic process in New Zealand during a period of social and economic change and, most particularly, during the transition between electoral systems: the first past the post (FPP) or plurality electoral system in effect in New Zealand from the origins of the political system, and the new Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) system which is in effect from the 1996 election. The NZES began in its present form in 1990. The NZES’s main source of data are questionnaires which are posted to randomly selected registered electors across the country immediately following each election. Questions focus on voting choices, political opinions, and social and demographic characteristics.
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Vowles, Jack; Cotterell, Gerard; Curtin, Jennifer; von Randow, Martin (2016): New Zealand Election Study. figshare. Collection.