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Project Title:Taiwan Institute for Governance and Communication Research (TIGCR), 2019: Political Polarization Survey (TIGCR-PPS 2019)

Principal Investigator: Chi Huang

Co-principal  Investigator: Chingching Chang

Executive Institution:Taiwan Institute for Governance and Communication Research

DOI10.6923/TW-TIGCR-PPS2019

About Project

Sample size: 3,824

Interviewed between: 5/27-10/20, 2019

Data revised:

March 1, 2021.
1. The sample id (variable name is "id") is recoded as numeric.
2. Several interviewees' birth year and month (variable "vP1a" and "vP1b")  have been confirmed and corrected according the interview in 2020's panel survey .
3. The code 90. "Other", 91. "All", 92. "None at all", 94. "It's hard to say", 95. "No opinion", 96. "Skip", 97. "Don't know", 98. "Refuse to answer," and 99. "Missing" of the four variables, vPD2, vPD3, vPD5, and vPD7, has been recoded as 990. "Other", 991. "All", 992. "None at all", 994. "It's hard to say", 995. "No opinion", 996. "Skip", 997. "Don't know", 998. "Refuse to answer", and 999. "Missing" due to the codes of important policy and issue have been used up.

March 19, 2021.
1. Add variable "ENDTIME" to note the interview ended time in the format YYYYMMDDhhmmss.

Sample citation of the data source

    • Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were from Taiwan Institute for Governance and Communication Research (TIGCR), 2019: Political Polarization Survey (TIGCR-PPS 2019). The principal investigators of multi-year project TIGCR are Professor Chi Huang (National Chengchi University) and Professor Chingching Chang (National Chengchi University). TIGCR-PPS 2019 is the first year Face-to-Face interview survey data of the TIGCR citizen’s panel survey on “Political attitude, Policy-making and Governance Communication in Taiwan”. The principal investigators are Professor Chi Huang and Professor Chingching Chang. More information is on TIGCR website (http://tigcr.nccu.edu.tw/). The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institute and individual(s) aforementioned. The author(s) are alone responsible for views expressed herein. 

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