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Title: Vote Misreporting and Survey Context: The Taiwan Case
Authors: Wu, Chung-Li
Keywords: vote misreporting;electoral turnout;political behavior;survey research;questionnaire design
Date: 2006-12
Issue Date: 2016-10-25 16:15:19 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The misreporting of votes in elections is an important topic for survey research, and it has received comparatively little attention other than in some Western countries. This study employs Taiwan as the case and analyzes the propensity of non-voters to report that they voted in surveys. The main task is to present the results of a split-sample experiment in the ”2004 Taiwan's Election and Democratization Study” (TEDS 2004L), which is designed to examine whether survey context can reduce vote misreporting. The findings reveal that although the experiment with changes in the questionnaire context was far from successful, it should be noted that vote misreporting is a field worthy of continued research.
Relation: Issues & Studies,42(4),223-239
Data Type: article
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