The 2010 Australian election study: The dynamics of political choice [ 2010-07-31 - 2012-07-30 ]

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Researchers: Ian McAllister (Chief Investigator) ,  Juliet Pietsch (Chief Investigator) ,  Prof Clive Bean (Chief Investigator) ,  Clive Bean (Has collector) ,  Prof Rachel Gibson (Partner Investigator)
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Brief description The 2010 Australian election study: The dynamics of political choice. In addition to providing an in-depth understanding of general patterns of Australian voting behaviour, the 2010 Australian Election Study (AES) will provide a detailed, objective account of how and why voters made up their minds in the 2010 federal election. The 2010 AES adds to the unbroken series of national election surveys conducted after each Australian federal election since 1987. These surveys provide an unrivalled resource for moving beyond impressionistic accounts of political behaviour. The survey will enable researchers to determine what citizens think of politics and the processes that produce a government, and to understand how and why mass political attitudes have changed over a quarter of a century.

Funding Amount $90,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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