The 2015 BES is working with a number of related studies of British elections – either planned or underway – to ensure that BES voter data can be linked to additional data for mutual benefits; such as candidate survey data, election leaflets, campaign spending data, agents survey data, qualitative data, etc. The 2015 BES team will also be linking data to the BES voter surveys over time on constituency and lower-level data from geographic units. All available data for distribution will be made available here.
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2017 election results and contextual data. The data is also available as an excel file.Fieldhouse, E., J. Green., G. Evans., H. Schmitt, C. van der Eijk, J. Mellon & C. Prosser (2017) British Election Study 2017 Constituency Results file, version 1.0.
The 2017 BES Expert Survey of Issue and Policy Positions of British Parties.H. Schmitt, G. Evans, E. Fieldhouse, J. Green, J. Mellon, C. Prosser, C. van der Eijk and T. Loughran (2017) British Election Study 2017 Expert Survey.
The 2015 BES Expert Survey of Issue and Policy Positions of British Parties.H. Schmitt, G. Evans, E. Fieldhouse, J. Green, J. Mellon, C. Prosser and C. van der Eijk (2015) British Election Study 2015 Expert Survey.
This dataset provides an updated (version 2.21) file containing the 2015 General Election results by constituency linked to candidate and census data. It is provided by the British Election Study with candidate data provided by Dr Jennifer van Heerde-Hudson. The data is also available as an excel file.British Election Study 2015 Constituency Results Version 2.2. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1162.1844
Daily aggregate twitter tracking data of the 2015 general election campaignGibson, R., Fieldhouse, E., Green, J. and Southern, R. (2016). iBES Aggregate Twitter Daily Campaign File v1.0.