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The Acceptance of Party Unity in Parliamentary Democracies$

David M. Willumsen

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198805434

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: August 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198805434.001.0001

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(p.149) Appendix to Chapter 3

(p.149) Appendix to Chapter 3

Source:
The Acceptance of Party Unity in Parliamentary Democracies
Author(s):

David M. Willumsen

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Survey Questions and Manifesto Weights, Nordic Countries

Preference variables

Policy

V7

Decrease size of public sector

V9

Higher taxes on rich people

V10

Decrease inequality

V11

Private health care

V12

Six-hour working day

V13

Prohibit all pornography

V16

Influence of the financial markets

V17

Sex quotas in state and local authorities

V18

Interfering in natural genes of humans

V19

Transfer payments to sparsely populated areas

Comparative Manifesto Project categories used to weigh policy issues

Decrease size of public sector: per408 (economic goals)

Higher taxes on rich people: per408 (economic goals)

Decrease inequality: per408 (economic goals)

Private healthcare: per504+per505 (Welfare State Expansion; Welfare State Limitation)

Introduce a 6-hour work day: per408 (Economic goals)

Ban all forms of pornography: per603+per604 (Traditional Morality: Positive; Traditional Morality: Negative)

Sex quotas in state and local authorities: per503 (Social justice—specifically includes references to the end of sexual discrimination)

Interfering in the natural genes of humans: per603+per604 (Traditional Morality: Positive; Traditional Morality: Negative)

Transfer payments to sparsely populated areas: per310+per302 (Decentralization; Centralization)