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Wave 19 of the 2014-2023 British Election Study Internet Panel

  • December 2019 - December 2019
  • N = 32,177
  • Mode: Online survey

December 2019 (post-election) wave of the 2014-2023 British Election Study Internet Panel.

Fieldhouse, E., J. Green, G. Evans, J. Mellon & C. Prosser (2020) British Election Study Internet Panel Wave 19. DOI: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-8810-1
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 Variables
  • 2005 GE turnout
  • 2005 GE vote choice
  • 2010 GE turnout
  • 2010 GE vote choice
  • 2019 GE turnout
  • 2019 GE vote choice
  • A good woman should be set on a pedestal by her man
  • Age
  • Age completed formal education
  • Age group
  • An independent candidate
  • Anything recently changed your view of main political parties?
  • Are you a parent or guardian?
  • Are your day-to-day activities limited because of a health problem or disability
  • Attention to Politics
  • Attitude Towards Scottish Independence?
  • Attitude Towards: Adjusting Morals
  • Attitude Towards: Established Traditions?
  • Attitude Towards: Established/New Ideas
  • Attitude Towards: Long-term Ideas?
  • Best party on most important issue
  • Binary auth value: More important for child: curiosity/good manners
  • Binary auth value: More important for child: independence/respect for elders
  • Binary auth value: More important for child: obedience/self-reliance
  • Brexit Party contacted by email
  • Brexit Party contacted by letter/leaflet
  • Brexit Party contacted by social media
  • Brexit Party contacted by telephone
  • Brexit Party contacted in other ways
  • Brexit Party contacted in street
  • Brexit Party contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Brexit Party look after Black and Asian people
  • Brexit Party look after Middle Class
  • Brexit Party look after those unemployed/on benefits
  • Brexit Party look after Working Class
  • Brexit Party visited home
  • Britain's successes are my successes
  • Competence: Corbyn
  • Competence: Johnson
  • Conservatives contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Conservatives look after black/asian
  • Conservatives look after middle class
  • Conservatives look after unemployed
  • Conservatives look after working class
  • Contacted by any political parties/campaigns in last 4 weeks?
  • Country
  • Country of Birth
  • countrytext's successes are my successes
  • Dealing with people: generally trust or generally careful
  • Did you work on your own or did you have employees?
  • Do you ever use social media?
  • Do you feel you get better value for money from...
  • Do you have any long-term illness, health problem or disability which limits you
  • Do you have any regrets about how you voted in the general election?
  • Do you own or rent the home in which you live?
  • Do you work on your own or do you have employees?
  • Education level
  • Education level (with add. info)
  • Employed in creative and cultural industries
  • Employed in creative and cultural industries (excluding IT)
  • Employed in IT industry
  • EU ID: Criticism of my side feels like a personal insult
  • EU ID: Feel connected when meeting supporters of same side
  • EU ID: interested in what other people think
  • EU ID: Lot in common with supporters of my side
  • EU ID: Praise of my side makes me feel good
  • EU ID: say we instead of they
  • EU referendum identity
  • EU referendum turnout (earliest recorded)
  • EU referendum vote (earliest recorded)
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): Brexit Party
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): Conservatives
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): Greens
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): Labour
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): Liberal Democrats
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): Plaid Cymru
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): self
  • European Integration scale (1990s version): SNP
  • Ever Reluctant to Post About Politics on Social Media?
  • Feelings if offspring married someone who votes: Brexit Party
  • Feelings if offspring married someone who votes: Conservative
  • Feelings if offspring married someone who votes: Labour
  • Feelings if offspring married someone who votes: Leave
  • Feelings if offspring married someone who votes: Remain
  • Feelings if offspring married someone who votes: SNP
  • Financial situation of your household
  • Gender
  • General economic situation in this country
  • General Election turnout 2015 (earliest recorded)
  • General Election turnout 2017 (earliest recorded)
  • General Election vote 2015 (earliest recorded)
  • General Election vote 2017 (earliest recorded)
  • General election vote intention (recalled vote in post-election waves)
  • Given any money to a political party, organization or cause
  • Green Party contacted by email
  • Green Party contacted by letter/leaflet
  • Green Party contacted by SMS
  • Green Party contacted by telephone
  • Green Party contacted in other ways
  • Green Party contacted in street
  • Green Party Contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Green Party visited home
  • Greens look after black/asian
  • Greens look after middle class
  • Greens look after unemployed
  • Greens look after working class
  • Gross household income
  • Gross personal income
  • Harassed in response to social media post?
  • Have you *ever* been a member of a trade union?
  • Have you ever attended a University or other higher education institution?
  • Have you worked in a paid job in the past?
  • Highest Qualification
  • How did you vote?
  • How likely do you think it is it that Brexit will happen within the next 12 mon
  • How many employees did your parent have?
  • How many of the people in your household are under 18?
  • How many years have you lived in your local community?
  • How much in common with people who want to leave
  • How much in common with people who want to remain
  • I act like a person to a great extent.
  • I act like a British person to a great extent.
  • I'm not very interested in what others think about .
  • I'm not very interested in what others think about Britain.
  • Ideal Community: Bothered/Not About Customary Clothing
  • Ideal Community: Important/Not Speak English?
  • Ideal Community: Marriage/Freedom Attitudes
  • Ideal Community: Neighbours Similar/Different?
  • If regrets vote: How do you wish you had voted?
  • Imagine you are the only income earner in the family, and you have a good job g
  • In favour of a second EU referendum?
  • Independent contacted by email
  • Independent contacted by leaflet/letter
  • Independent contacted by Social Media
  • Independent contacted by telephone
  • Independent contacted by visit to home
  • Independent contacted in other way
  • Independent contacted in street
  • Integrity: Corbyn
  • Integrity: Johnson
  • Interview Start Time
  • Is your name on the electoral register?
  • Job chose in previous Q describes what you do?
  • Joint Academic Coding System Subject capture label
  • Labour contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Labour look after black/asian
  • Labour look after middle class
  • Labour look after unemployed
  • Labour look after working class
  • Leaving with no deal good/bad for Britain: over next 10 years?
  • Leaving with no deal good/bad for Britain: over next six months?
  • Left/right position: Self
  • Lib Dems contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Lib Dems look after black/asian
  • Lib Dems look after middle class
  • Lib Dems look after unemployed
  • Lib Dems look after working class
  • Like/dislike Angela Rayner
  • Like/dislike Brexit Party
  • Like/dislike Ed Davey
  • Like/dislike Jess Phillips
  • Like/dislike Jonathan Bartley
  • Like/dislike Keir Starmer
  • Like/dislike Layla Moran
  • Like/dislike Rebecca Long-Bailey
  • Like/dislike Si├ón Berry
  • Like/dislike: Adam Price
  • Like/dislike: Boris Johnson
  • Like/dislike: Conservatives
  • Like/dislike: Green Party
  • Like/dislike: Jeremy Corbyn
  • Like/dislike: Jo Swinson
  • Like/dislike: Labour
  • Like/dislike: Liberal Democrats
  • Like/dislike: Nigel Farage
  • Like/dislike: Plaid Cymru
  • Like/dislike: Scottish National Party
  • Like/dislike: Sturgeon
  • Listened to or watched a party election broadcast
  • Lowering the voting age to 16 for all UK elections
  • Many women have a quality of purity that few men possess
  • Men seek to gain power by getting control over women
  • Most men fail to appreciate fully all that women do for them
  • Most women fail to appreciate fully all that men do for them
  • Most women interpret innocent remarks or acts as being sexist
  • No dependents in household?
  • None of these parties contacted me on election day
  • None of these parties contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • NS-SEC social class analytic categories
  • Number of people in household
  • O*Net Job Zone Occupation Code
  • Other party contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Brexit Party
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Conservatives
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Green Party
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Independent Candidate
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Labour
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Lib Dems
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Other
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: Plaid Cymru
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: SNP
  • Party Contacted on Election Day: UKIP
  • Party ID if no party to first ID question
  • Party identification
  • Plaid Cymru contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Plaid Cymru look after black/asian
  • Plaid Cymru look after middle class
  • Plaid Cymru look after unemployed
  • Plaid Cymru look after working class
  • Please tell me which one you think is more important for a child to be:
  • PM or FM more important to R
  • Posted Anything Political on Social Media During 2019 GE Campaign?
  • Pre-school aged children in household?
  • Read a campaign leaflet/letter, text message or email from a political party
  • Redistribution scale: Brexit Party
  • Redistribution scale: Conservatives
  • Redistribution scale: Greens
  • Redistribution scale: Labour
  • Redistribution scale: Liberal Democrats
  • Redistribution scale: Plaid Cymru
  • Redistribution scale: Self
  • Redistribution scale: SNP
  • Regardless of whether you would be eligible to vote in a referendum on Scottish
  • Region
  • Respondent belonging to any religion?
  • Respondent's self-selected ethnicity
  • Respondent's work status
  • Satisfaction with English democracy
  • Satisfaction with Scottish democracy
  • Satisfaction with UK democracy
  • Satisfaction with UK voting to Leave EU?
  • Satisfaction with Welsh democracy
  • School aged children in household?
  • Scotland Q only: Independence referendum vote intention
  • Scotland Q only: Vote intention for Scottish Parliament | constituency
  • Scotland Q: As majority of UK voted to Leave, Scotland should accept that
  • Scotland Q: People in Scotland have right to decide who governs
  • Scottish Constituency Vote 2011
  • Scottish Constituency Vote 2016
  • Scottish referendum turnout (earliest recorded)
  • Scottish referendum vote (earliest recorded)
  • Scottish regional vote
  • Scottish Regional Vote 2011
  • Scottish Regional Vote 2016
  • Should there be another Scottish independence referendum within 10 years
  • Sick or elderly in household?
  • SNP contacted by email
  • SNP contacted by letter/leaflet
  • SNP contacted by social media
  • SNP contacted by telephone
  • SNP contacted in other ways
  • SNP contacted in street
  • SNP contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • SNP look after black/asian
  • SNP look after middle class
  • SNP look after unemployed
  • SNP look after working class
  • SNP visited home
  • Social Grade
  • Social media harassment target: Age
  • Social media harassment target: Class
  • Social media harassment target: Ethnicity
  • Social media harassment target: Gender
  • Social media harassment target: None of these
  • Social media harassment target: Sexuality
  • Strength of party identification
  • Subjective social class
  • Subjective social class (squeeze)
  • Suppose the chances were 50-50 that it would double your income and 50-50 that
  • Suppose the chances were 50-50 that it would double your income, and 50-50 that
  • Thinking about the outcomes of general elections, which of these statements is m
  • Thinking back to the last UK General Election on May 7th 2015, a lot of people
  • Time follows politics in newspapers (including online)
  • Time follows politics on the internet (not including newspapers)
  • Time follows politics on the radio
  • Time follows politics on TV
  • Time follows politics talking to other people
  • Tried to persuade somebody which party they should vote for
  • Tried to persuade somebody which party they should vote for
  • Trust MPs in general
  • Trust Scottish Govt to do what is right?
  • Trust Welsh Govt to do what is right?
  • Trust Westminster Govt to do what is right?
  • UKIP contacted you in last 4 weeks
  • Unacceptable next steps on Brexit: Cancel Brexit without a referendum
  • Unacceptable next steps on Brexit: Have a referendum on a deal
  • Unacceptable next steps on Brexit: Leave with a deal with no referendum
  • Unacceptable next steps on Brexit: Leave with no deal
  • Unacceptable next steps on Brexit: None of these are unacceptable
  • US Relationship: Closer Economic Ties/Protect Independence
  • Vote intention in referendum on EU membership
  • Wales Q only: Vote intention for Welsh Assembly | constituency
  • Wales Q only: Vote intention for Welsh Assembly | regional or party list
  • Weight variable for the GB sample as a whole (Everyone who took wave 2)
  • Welsh Constituency Vote 2016
  • Welsh Regional Vote 2016
  • What do you think Britain should do next about Brexit?
  • What is the highest educational or work-related qualification you have?
  • What is your current marital or relationship status?
  • When I talk about , I usually say "they" rather than "we."
  • When I talk about Britain, I usually say "they" rather than "we."
  • When someone criticizes , I don't take it as a personal insult.
  • When someone criticizes Britain, I don't take it as a personal insult.
  • When someone praises , it feels like a personal compliment.
  • When someone praises Britain, it feels like a personal compliment.
  • Which daily newspaper do you read most often?
  • Which of the following best describes your sexuality?
  • Which of the following statements best describes how you see yourself?
  • Which of the following statements best describes how you see yourself?
  • Which of the following statements best describes how you see yourself?
  • Which party did you really prefer?
  • Which party would you most have voted for if you had voted?
  • Which trait is more important for a child to be?
  • Which trait is more important for a child to be?
  • Which trait is more important for a child to be?
  • Which trait is more important for a child to be?
  • Why did you vote for the party that you did?
  • Women seek to gain power by getting control over men
  • Women should be cherished and protected by men
  • Working status
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