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Data and documentation

 Here you can find documentation of different studies from The Swedish National Election Studies Program.
Swedish election studies
Parliamentary studies
The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems
Campaign panel surveys
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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

Parliamentary Studies

Researchers can obtain access to the Parliament studies by filling in a specific form. Contact the primary researchers for the Parliamentary Investigation Patrik Öhberg (2018, not yet funded) and David Karlsson (2014) 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.

Page Manager: Dennis Andersson|Last update: 8/11/2017

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