SIFO 1989: Motor traffic in big cities
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Swedish Institute of Public Opinion Research
This study, carried out by the Swedish Institute of Public Opinion Research (SIFO) at the request of the news program Rapport at TV2, deals with the respondent´s attitudes toward inner-city tolls and also toward regulations of the traffic in big cities as Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö, and in the respondent´s own town or municipality. The respondent also had to indicate the consequences of motor traffic on public transport, and if one has to accept a poorer environment in consequence of motorism. Background variables include information on gender, place of living, age, Swedish citizenship, occupation, private or public sector, trade union, right to vote in general elections, voting habit, political party preference and party voted for in 1988.