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Election Study Serbia 2001

Version
1.0.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Center for Political Studies and Public Opinion Research, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
Other Title
  • Izborna studija, Srbija 2001 (Original Title)
Publication Date
2006
Contributor
  • Center for Political Studies and Public Opinion Research, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia (Data Collector)
Language
English
Classification
  • ZA:
    • Political Attitudes and Behavior
Description
  • Abstract

    Electoral behaviour, questions on the political system and attitudes towards political parties. Topics: National and international identity; right or wrong direction of Yugoslavia, Serbia, and Montenegro; present life compared to life during Milosevic; satisfaction with the personal standard of living, authorities, scope and fastness of the coming of international aid, political situation, behaviour and honesty of citizens, future of yourself and of your children, inter-ethnic relations, citizens´ rights and freedoms, economic situation; development of democracy; objectivity in media; changes in the society after the shift of regime, measures in Southern Serbia, solving of the problem of Kosovo and Metohia, relations between Serbia and Montenegro, the fight of the state against crime and corruption, and fight of the state against inflation; interest in politics; getting informed on politics; most trusted source; left-right self placement; republic vs. monarchy; attitudes towards statements: Serbia for Serbs only, unification of all Serbs, Kosovo and Metohija are lost for Serbia, introducing religious education, young people as party leaders, preservation of a joint state of Serbia and Montenegro, independence vs. foreign aid, respect of authority, things turn to the worse, always cautious and restrained towards other nations, acquire material wealth, economic progress and strong central government, patriotism, new ideas better than old, role of the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS); trust in national and international institutions as well as in national parties; most trusted institution; least trusted institution; attitudes toward authorities; objects to the new authorities; attitudes towards economic reforms; expectation of political and economic protests; heart about politicians; most trusted politician; left right placement and characteristics of political parties; successful party in fulfilling the goals; most important features for a successful political leader; characteristics of politicians; voting in the Federal Presidential elections September 2000 and in the elections for the Serbian Parliament in December 2000; voting in elections for Serbian Parliament (Sunday question) and certainty of voting for a party-coalition; deciding between parties/coalitions, DOS should/should not remain united; voting in Presidential Elections (Sunday question); V. Kostunica as candidate for President, other candidates; ways of information about party programme; elections in Kosovo and Metohia; best solution for Kosovo and Metohia; best status for Voivodina; future relations of Montenegro and Serbia; referendum about the future relations of Serbia and Montenegro and voting at the referendum; negotiations; results of Donors´ conference and greatest merit for the success; expected international financial aid; delivery of Slobodan Milosevic to The Hague Tribunal; membership in the EU, NATO, and Partnership for Peace; mass graves of the victims of war crimes; role of Democratic Party of Serbia (DPS); conflict between V. Kostunica and Z. Djindjic; problems to be solved first; rights of people as member of nations vs. right of people as citizens; knowing a DPS functionary or activist by name; negative characteristics of politicians. Demography: Gender, age; education; occupation; nationality; number of household members; household´s income; religiosity; socio-demographic belonging; region.
Temporal Coverage
  • 2001-07-12 / 2001-07-19
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
A three-stage stratified representative sample was drawn in accordance with the principles of probability model of sampling. At the first stage demographic regions were defined, and at the second stage municipalities were randomly drawn from the lists of cumulative frequencies of voters. At the third stage, inside selected municipalities, local communities were also randomly picked up taking into account the proportion of urban/rural population of voters. Then, a system of independent quota with four criteria insured proportions of males and females, members of generations, different levels of education of voters, and their national commitments if that was relevant in the defined sampling units (local communities). Each checking point in local community included 20 respondents, with quota structure specific for defined settlement.
Collection Mode
  • Face-to-face interview with standardized questionnaire
Data and File Information
  • Unit Type: Individual
    Number of Units: 1860
    Number of Variables: 244
Note
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.
Availability
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Rights
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Alternative Identifiers
  • ZA4284 (Type: ZA-No.)

Update Metadata: 2017-12-28 | Issue Number: 74 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22

Center for Political Studies and Public Opinion Research, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia (2006): Election Study Serbia 2001. Version: 1.0.0. GESIS Data Archive. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.4232/1.4284