Here you can find documentation of different studies from The Swedish National Election Studies Program.
Swedish election studies
Data from the Swedish election studies (1956-2014) are deposited at the Swedish National Data Service (SND) www.snd.gu.se. As a student or researcher, you can obtain data by filling in an electronic application on the SND website!
The forms for the 27 Swedish election studies can be found here (VU=parliamentary election; EP=European Parliament elections; FO=Referendum)
VU56 | FO57(SWE) | VU60 | VU64 | VU68 | VU70(only B) | VU73 | VU76 VU79 | FO80(SWE) | VU82 | VU85 | VU88 | VU91 | VU94 | FO94(SWE) | EP95(SWE) | VU98 | EP99(SWE) | VU02 | FO03(SWE) | EP04(SWE) | VU06 | EP09(SWE) | VU10 | EP14(SWE) | VU14
Researchers can obtain access to the Parliament studies by filling in a specific form. Contact the primary researcher for Parliamentary Investigations David Karlsson for more information.
The forms for the 10 Swedish Parliamentary investigations (RDU) can be found here:
RDU69 : RDU85 : RDU91 : RDU94 : RDU96 : RDU98 : RDU02 : RDU06 : RDU10 : RDU14 : ALL FORMS
The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems
Since 1995, Sweden is part of the co-operation project “The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems” (CSES) that coordinates national teams of election researchers around the world. Download data directly from the CSES: www.cses.org
Campaign panel studies
The Swedish National Election Studies has carried out a number of campaign panel studies (KP) to examine how the electorate follows and are affected by the media and the party campaigns, before the elections.
KP1985 : E-panel 2002 : E-panel 2006 : E-panel 2010 : CSM-panel 2014
Data from all Swedish National Election Studies 1956–2010 are available at the Swedish National Data Archive.