Gerber, Alan S., Gregory A. Huber, David Doherty and Conor M. Dowling (2012). Replication Materials for, ‘Personality and the Strength and Direction of Partisan Identification,’ http://hdl.handle.net/10079/559110a2-8e02-4cc7-b704-4f443b07269. ISPS Data Archive.
Authors; 2008 Cooperative CAMPAIGN Analysis Project (CCAP), fielded online by YouGov/Polimetrix
Data source information:
December 17, 2007
2007-12-17 - 2008-01-03
Unit of observation:
The target sample is representative of the general population on a broad range of characteristics including a variety of geographic (state, region, metropolitan statistical area), demographic (age, race, income, education, gender), and other measures (born-again status, employment, interest in news, party identification, ideology, and turnout). Polimetrix invited a sample of their opt-in panel of 1.4 million survey respondents to participate in the study. Invitations were stratified based on race, gender, and battleground status, with an oversample of nine battleground and early primary states (Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin). (See footnote 7 in the article.)
Area of study: