- Örebro University, Department of Social and Political Sciences
In this study the respondent had to answer questions about interest in politics, party preference, party most disliked, actual vote in the 1979 election and voting intention at a hypothetical election on the day of answering the questionnaire. There were also a number of questions on the opinion of the parties regarding: employment, equality between men and women, wage-earners´ investment fund, energy and nuclear power, schools and education, defence, taxes, aid to developing countries, child care, state control of private enterprises, and foreign affairs. The respondents had to give their opinion on different statements regarding foreign affairs, defence policy, and school issues, and also to give their idea of the opinion of the political parties regarding the same statements. In addition the study deals with the respondents opinion on how to influence political decisions, and opinion on the influence different groups and organizations have on foreign affairs, defence policy, and school issues.
defence, voting, foreign policy, political participation, free trade, disarmament, private schools, defence and state security policy, school policy, internal politics, schools, lobbying, development aid (international)