Post-Election Study - Presidential Elections Serbia 2000

Resource Type
Dataset : Survey and aggregate data
  • Center for Political Studies and Public Opinion Research, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
Other Title
  • Postizborni studija - predsjednicki izbori u Srbiji, 2000 (Original Title)
Publication Date
  • Center for Political Studies and Public Opinion Research, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia (Data Collector)
  • ZA:
    • Political Attitudes and Behavior
  • CESSDA Topic Classification:
    • Mass political behaviour, attitudes/opinion
    • Government, political systems and organisation
    • Elections
  • Abstract

    Electoral behaviour, questions on the political system and attitudes towards political parties. Topics: Voting in the 2000 Federal elections and voting decision (party and President); Kostunica as the President; satisfaction with the living standard, future prospects, political situation, economic situation, international relations, international position of Yugoslavia and with the amount and speed of foreign aid; present financial situation of the household and in a year; trust in national and international institutions; opinion about politicians; most trusted politician; greatest achievement of V. Kostunica, blame for prices and shortages; solve the accumulated problems; expecting protests and strikes in the next year; membership of EU, Partnership for Peace, and NATO; relying on EU vs. USA; diplomatic relations with USA, Great Britain, France and with Germany; aim of foreign help; extradition of the indicted people to The Hague Tribunal; arranging relations between Serbia and Montenegro; voting in a referendum in Serbia; preferred name Yugoslavia vs. Serbia and Montenegro; solution for Kosovo and Metohija; necessary kind of help for Kosovo and Metohija; heart about political parties and coalitions; voting in the Republican election in December and certainty of voting; survival or falling apart of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS); operation of DOS in elections; early Presidential elections; suggestion for Serbian President; Z. Djindjic as the Prime Minister; M. Dinkic for Governor of National Bank of Yugoslavia; potential conflict between Kostunica and Djindjic; attitudes towards role of opposition; most trusted source of information about political events; media objectivity. Demography: Gender, age; education; occupation; nationality; number of household members; financial situation; region.
Temporal Coverage
  • 2000-11-22 / 2000-11-26
Geographic Coverage
  • Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of (YUCS)
    Serbia (without the Province of Kosovo)
Sampled Universe
Adult population (18 years and more with the right to vote)
Sampling Procedure Comment: A three-stage stratified representative sample was drawn in accordance with the principles of probability model of sampling. The first stage included demographic regions, the second one municipalities randomly drawn inside regions, but having in mind proportion of urban/rural voters, and the third stage operated with local communities, also randomly selected on the base of cumulative frequencies of voters. For each sampling unit of the third order a specific proportion of voters was operationalized by using system of independent quotas with regard to age, sex, level of education, and nationality of respondents (where it was relevant).
Collection Mode
  • Face-to face interview with standardized questionnaire
Data and File Information
  • Unit Type: Individual
    Number of Units: 1504
    Number of Variables: 143
Further election studies from Serbia are archived under the ZA-Nos. ZA4276-ZA4285 (1997-2003)and ZA2901-ZA2912 (1990-1996). Election studies of the project "Founding Elections in Eastern Europe" (H.-D. Klingemann, Science Center Berlin -WZB-; supported by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation) are archived under ZA-Nos.: ZA2465-ZA2469, ZA2485-ZA2488, ZA2560-ZA2562, ZA2811-ZA2819, ZA2901-ZA2912, ZA3175-ZA3176 and ZA3631-ZA3633. Comparable election studies from Eastern Europe are archived under ZA-Nos.: ZA1944-ZA1945, ZA3123-ZA3126, ZA3215-ZA3218, ZA3527-ZA3530, ZA3631-ZA3633, ZA3888-ZA3893, ZA4053-ZA4054, ZA4064-ZA4065, and ZA4305-ZA4335.
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Alternative Identifiers
  • ZA4283 (Type: ZA-No.)

Update Metadata: 2020-10-21 | Issue Number: 86 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22