Voters' Preferences of Political Parties in Japan (1995)
This dataset gives voters' preferences of political parties in Japan on the 0 (least preferred) - 100 (most preferred) scale. It is based on the 1995 survey data of 418 individual voters. The data also include the sex, education level, and age of the voters. The survey allowed voters to choose among four parties: Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), New Frontier Party (NFP), Sakigake (SKG), and Japanese Communist Party (JCP).
A data frame containing the following 7 variables for 418 observations.
|LDP||numeric||preference for Liberal Democratic Party||0 - 100|
|NFP||numeric||preference for New Frontier Party||0 - 100|
|SKG||numeric||preference for Sakigake||0 - 100|
|JCP||numeric||preference for Japanese Communist Party||0 - 100|
|gender||factor||gender of each voter||
|education||numeric||levels of education for each voter|
|age||numeric||age of each voter|
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