ICPSR ed. - Ann Arbor, MI : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (distributor), 2000.
This dataset consists of eight parts, seven individual country files, and a comparative cross-national file. Personal surveys were conducted from 1967 to 1971 in seven nations. A set of core questions was designed to ascertain political participation in both local and national affairs. Items were constructed to measure respondents' involvement in political organizations at both the local and national levels, participation in formal and informal community groups, the extent of individual contact with public officials, attitudes toward recent political and social changes, and respondents' interest in the political process. Basic demographic data is included. In addition, each national survey contains some items unique to that particular study.
ICPSR ed. - Ann Arbor, MI : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1977 [i.e. 199-?]
This study consists of two surveys conducted in the United States during December 1974. The measuring instruments used in the surveys were questionnaires developed and implemented by Louis Harris and Associates, Inc. The questions asked were drawn from the following general categories: domestic versus foreign policy, the United States role in the world, United States political involvement in the world, United States economic involvement in the world, and who makes United States foreign policy?