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8 Politics and Values

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General Information

Title Politics and Values
Panel LISS panel
Project Number 8
Abstract This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members.
The survey focuses on politics and values.
Study Type Core Studies
Longitudinal Type Longitudinal Study
Note Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:


Government policy satisfaction
Political interest
Trust in institutions
External Political Efficacy
Internal Political Efficacy
Voting behaviour
Vote intention
Trust in voting methods
Civic political participation
Sympathy for political parties
Sympathy for politicians
Party membership
Left-right self-rating
Political position issues
Political goals


Beliefs about maternal employment
Gender role attitudes
Attitude towards foreigners
Marriage attitudes
Family solidarity
Norm of having children
Work ethic
Economical conservatism

List of Measures

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Wave 5
Wave 6
Wave 7
Wave 8
Wave 9
Wave 10


The following publications based on the data of this study are currently available:

  1. Informing panel members about study results: effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation
    In: M. Callegaro, R. Baker, J. Bethlehem, A. S. Göritz, J. A. Krosnick and P. J. Lavrakas (Eds.). Online Panel Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley.
    Scherpenzeel, Annette and Toepoel, Vera

  2. Ambiguity Attitude and Voting Behaviour in the Netherlands
    Erasmus School of Economics
    Krenn, J., ; Haagsma, A.D., ; Kessler, F., ; Bergen, F. van

  3. Are social media users different?
    Erasmus School of Economics, Department of Applied Economics
    Vreugdenhil, J.

  4. De Politieke Macht van de Culturele Elite
    Utrechtse School voor Bestuurs- en Organisatiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht
    Boer, T. de

  5. Determinanten der Teilnahme von Privatinvestoren am Aktienmarkt
    Institut für Banken und Finanzierung, Leibniz Universität Hannover
    Cambier, Myriam

  6. Determinants of an Individual's Political Vote Choice
    Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics, Department of Economics
    Ka Yue Hau

  7. Dynamics in the radical right’s electorate
    Radboud University Nijmegen, Research Master Social Cultural Science
    Sipma, T.

  8. Evaluating the Psychometric Properties of the Mental Health Continuum-Short Form (MHC-SF)
    Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(1), pp. 99-110
    Lamers, S.M.A. ; Westerhof, G.J. ; Bohlmeijer, E.T. ; Ten Klooster, P.M. ; Keyes, C.L.M.

  9. Experimental Results about Linguistic Voting
    Czech Economic Review 9 (2015) 184–201
    Zahid, M.A., ; Swart, H. de

  10. Exploring the Social Origins of Dutch Mothers’ Ideal Family Lives
    Sex Roles, 70(7-8), pp 315-328
    Ruitenberg, J. ; De Beer, P.

  11. Expressive Versus Instrumental Partisanship in Multiparty European Systems
    Political Psychology, 39(S1), 173-199
    Huddy, L., ; Bankert, A., ; Davies, C.

  12. Homeownership and party choice in the Netherlands
    HOWCOME Working Paper Series, No. 14
    André, S., ; Dewilde, C., ; Luijkx, R., ; Spierings, N.

  13. How Unemployment Experience Affects Support for the Welfare State: A Real Panel Approach
    European Sociological Review (2016), 32 (1): 81-92
    Naumann, E., ; Buss, C., ; Bähr, J.

  14. How attitudes towards immigrants are shaped by residential context: The role of ethnic diversity dynamics and immigrant visibility
    Urban Studies, first published online October 25, 2017
    Heerden, S. van, ; Ruedin, D.

  15. Iene Miene Mutte: Een onderzoek naar kiezerstwijfel bij het Nederlandse electoraat in de acht weken voor de Tweede Kamerverkiezingen van 2017
    Nijmegen School of Management
    Ellenbroek, V.

  16. Kenmerken en motieven van het PVV electoraat in 2007, 2009 en 2010
    Master thesis, Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen, Universiteit van Utrecht
    Van Dongen, B.

  17. Labour market disadvantage, political orientations and voting: how adverse labour market experiences translate into electoral behaviour
    Socioecon Rev first published online March 2, 2015
    Emmenegger, P., ; Marx, P., ; Schraff, D.

  18. Langdurige werkloosheid onder 50-plussers: feiten en mogelijke oplossingen?
    Gerón (2018), 20(1), 63-67
    Cuelenaere, B., ; Kieruj, N., ; Lange, A. de, ; Detaille, S.

  19. Language proficiency of migrants: The relation with job satisfaction and matching
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 7366
    Bloemen, H.G.

  20. Measuring partisanship as a social identity in multi-party systems
    Political Behavior (2017), 39(1), 103-132
    Bankert, A., ; Huddy, L., ; Rosema, M.

  21. Non-parametric Bayesian Forecasts Of Election Outcomes
    Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics
    Atav, B.

  22. Personal Economic Struggles and Heterogeneous Government Approval after the Great Recession
    Public Opinion Quarterly, 82(3), 524-552
    Singer, M.

  23. Political Trust as a determinant of Volatile Vote Intentions: Separating Within- from Between-persons effects
    International Journal of Public Opinion Research, edy029
    Voogd, R., ; Meer, T. van der, ; Brug, W. van der

  24. Positive mental health
    PhD thesis, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences, University of Twente
    Lamers, S.M.A.

  25. Psychological Roots of Support for the Dutch Right Wing Populist Freedom Party Examined
    University of Amsterdam, Political Science, Political Theory and Behaviour
    S.R. Post, MSc

  26. Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention?
    American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250
    Göritz, Anja S. ; Crutzen, Rik

  27. Schools or Pools of Democracy? A Longitudinal Test of the Relation Between Civic Participation and Political Socialization
    Political Behavior, 38(1), pp. 81-103
    Van Ingen, E. ; Van der Meer, T.

  28. Signalling Through Voting Intention Polls Between Elections
    Between-Election Democracy. The Representative Relationship After Election Day, 151-169
    Kölln, Ann-Kristin ; Aarts, Kees

  29. Speeding in Web Surveys: The tendency to answer very fast and its association with straightlining
    Survey Research Methods, 8 (2), 127-35
    Zhang, C., ; Conrad, F.G.

  30. The Big Five Personality Traits and Attitudes Towards Immigrants
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(1), 79-99
    Gallego, A. ; Pardos-Prado, S.

  31. The Dutch No to the EU Constitution: Assessing the Role of EU Skepticism and the Campaign
    Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 18(1), pp. 101-128
    Schuck, A.R.T. ; Claes H. De Vreese

  32. The Impact of Matching Mission Preferences on Well-Being at Work
    Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No. 036/I
    Zoutenbier, R.

  33. The Impact of Non-Coverage in Web Surveys
    Faculty of Social Sciences, Psychology, Utrecht University
    Hendriks, Y.

  34. The Influence of Income Level on Political Trust:
    Reijerink, J.M.T.

  35. The dynamics of radical right-wing populist party preferences and perceived group threat
    Social Science Research, 2016, Volume 55, p. 83-93
    Berning, C., ; Schlueter, E.

  36. The effect of attitudes towards gender roles and work values on the number of hours worked by women in the Netherlands
    University of Groningen
    Fakkert, S.W.M.

  37. The impact of attitudes and work preferences on Dutch mothers' employment patterns
    Ruitenberg, J. ; De Beer, P.

  38. The psychological roots of populist voting:
    European Journal of Political Research, 2016; 55(2): 302-320
    Bakker, B.N., ; Rooduijn, M., ; Schumacher, G.

  39. The social origins of general and personal gender attitudes of Dutch mothers
    Working paper
    Ruitenberg, J. ; De Beer, P.

  40. The virtuous circle of representation
    Electoral Studies
    Kölln, Ann-Kristin

  41. Traditionele jongeren en onafhankelijke ouderen
    Demos, bulletin over bevolking en samenleving, 25(2), pp. 1-4
    Kalmijn, M. ; Scherpenzeel, A.C.

  42. Unemployment, Trust in Government, and Satisfaction with Democracy: An Empirical Investigation
    Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, volume 4
    Bauer, P.C.

  43. Vertrouwen in de wetenschap – Monitor 2018
    Rathenau Instituut
    Broek-Honingh, N. van den, ; Jonge, J. de

  44. Voter Turnout and Twitter: The Example of the 2012 Dutch National Election
    University of Twente, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences (BMS)
    Bottor, Melanie

  45. Wavering respondent loyalties: comparing three models of stability in political attitudes
    Master thesis, University of Twente
    Grootel, L.

  46. Weathering the crisis: Evidence of diffuse support for the EU from a six-wave Dutch panel
    European Union Politics July 13, 2015, Published online before print
    Ringlerova, Z.

  47. Welke kiezers zweven het meest?
    Demos (2017), 33(2), 8
    Oude Mulders, J.

  48. Wie volgt? De persoonlijkheid van volgers als verklaring van geloof in quasi-messianistisch leiderschap
    Universiteit van Amsterdam, Politieke Theorie en Politiek Gedrag
    Frank Jan Eskes