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Titre du projet
The Comparative Candidates Survey (CCS)
Réf projet 11249
Langue de la description Anglais
Institutions
Chercheurs/euses
Mots-clés
  • Comparative politics
  • Parliamentary elections
  • Electoral systems
  • Political campaigning
Disciplines
Période concernée
CCS Wave I: 2005 - 2013
Espace géographique
Australia; Austria; Belgium; Canada; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Iceland; Ireland; Italy; Luxembourg; Malta; Netherlands; New Zealand; Norway; Portugal; Romania; Sweden; Switzerland; and the United Kingdom.
Pays
  • Suisse
Description
The Comparative Candidate Survey (CCS) is a response to the growing number of candidate surveys in the Anglo-saxon world and beyond. More or less regular candidate surveys are conducted in Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The rational of the CCS is to harmonise these dispersed efforts and give them a cross-nationally comparable core. The CCS is an internationally coordinated effort. It combines an internationally agreed and locally adapted core questionnaire with questions that try to capture national and election specifics. The core candidate questionnaire specifically focuses at the issue of individualization of electoral campaigns, i.e. the empirical question to which extent the candidates run their own campaigns distinct from those of their parties.
CCS has been running since 2006 and candidate surveys using the CCS wave I questionnaire were conducted in about thirty parliamentary elections. More information on the project can be found on the CCS website (comparativecandidatesurvey.org).
Résultats
Description de la méthode
Modes de collection
Analyse(s) secondaire(s)
  • Önnudóttir, Eva H.. 2014. Policy congruence and style of representation: Party voters and political parties. West European Politics, 37(3), 538-563. Online: 10.1080/01402382.2013.841057
Financement
Type de recherche
Disponibilité des données
Source Web
Saisie 14.12.2016
Mise à jour 15.12.2016
Début - Fin 05.10.2005 - 13.06.2013