Panel study data
The BES has included panel studies in a relatively small number of most recent periods. These panel studies follow the same survey respondents over time in panel study ‘waves’ of data. Each wave can also be used as a cross-section and surveys include filter variables to find out which respondents are interviewed in all waves, in just one wave or some waves. Panel studies are particularly useful to study within-person change and the evolution of political preferences and electoral behaviours.
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1997 BES Face to Face Campaign PanelHeath, A. et al. , British General Election Study, 1997 : Campaign Panel [computer file]. 3rd Edition. Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], December 1999.
1983, 1986 and 1987 Face to Face BES Panel study (Part1)Heath, A., Jowell, R. and Curtice, J.K., British Election Panel Study, 1983, 1986 and 1987 [computer file]. Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], July 1999.
1983, 1986, 1987 BES Face to Face Panel Study (Part II).Heath, A., Jowell, R. and Curtice, J.K., British Election Panel Study, 1983, 1986 and 1987 [computer file]. Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], July 1999.
1963-1970 Political Change in Britain Collated data from Face-to-Face Cross-Section and Panel Surveys.Butler, David, and Donald E. Stokes. POLITICAL CHANGE IN BRITAIN, 1963-1970 [Computer file]. ICPSR07250-v3. Conducted by David Butler, Bibliographic Citation: Nuffield College, Oxford, and Donald E. Stokes, University of Michigan, 1979. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [producer and distributor].