New Zealand election survey, 1987

Jack Vowles, Charles Crothers, Peter Aimer & Alistair Gordon
This post-election near-national survey focussed on voting trends and decision-making in the 1987 New Zealand general election. Voters were questioned on: the importance to them of various issues such as inflation, unemployment, growth, defence, health and welfare, law and order, education; which party was most likely, as a government, to address these issues; opinions on existing policies, leaders of major parties and speed and direction of government actions; trends in respondent's financial status; party identification...
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