New Data: Repeatedly questioned respondents of the Short-term Campaign Panel GLES 2013 und 2017

Version 1.0.0 of the Repeatedly questioned respondents of the Short-term Campaign Panel 2013 and 2017 (GLES) (ZA6827) is available.
The short-term campaign panels of the German Longitudinal Election Study are conducted to analyze individual changes of political attitudes and behavior patterns during the election campaigns. For this purpose, a group of citizens was repeatedly questioned during the election campaigns – up to six times before and once after the general election (short-term campaign panel 2013) and up to seven times before and twice after the election (short-term campaign panel 2017). In addition, intermediate inquiries were conducted in 2014 and 2015. A special feature of the campaign panel 2017 is that a subset of the citizens who had already been interviewed in the context of the 2013 election campaign panel participated in this study. The repeated questioning of the 2013 panelists allows that individual responses can be analyzed across years. This results in a cross-campaign longitudinal study with a total of 18 panel waves.
On the GLES homepage at GESIS (menu item “Data”), you can find a link to download the data. Alternatively you can use the direct link (doi:10.4232/1.13129).