Dataset: Election Study 1987 (Panel Study)

Variable V127: 1:R'S VIEW: ARTICLE 116

Literal Question

Q.30 A strike in a particular region can mean that workers
in another region where there is no strike action will still
have to stop work, if, for example, parts they need cannot be
delivered. The article 116 of the Employment Promotion Act
< Arbeitsfoerderungsgesetz> determines when the labor offices
should support these workers.
Below we have listed two opposing demands. With the help of
the scale, please tell us what is your opinion on this issue.
The more strongly you feel about either of the demands, the
nearer your cross should be to that particular side.
(Interviewer: Hand questionnaire over to the respondent)
Q.30a R's opinion
1. The labor offices should always pay when work
has to be stopped because of a strike in another
region.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. The labor offices should on no account pay when work
has to be stopped because of a strike in another
region.
9. NA



German Question Text

Values Categories N
0 NICHT BEFRAGT 0
 0.0%
1 SOLLEN IMMER ZAHLEN 639
 33.3%
2 334
 17.4%
3 193
 10.1%
4 269
 14.0%
5 115
 6.0%
6 138
 7.2%
7 AUF KEINEN FALL 230
 12.0%
9 KA 36

Summary Statistics

Valid cases 1918
Missing cases 36
This variable is numeric

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