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Measuring party positions in Europe: The Chapel Hill expert survey trend file, 1999–2010

Journal article
Authors Ryan Bakker
Catherine de Vries
Erica Edwards
Liesbet Hooghe
Seth Jolly
Gary Marks
Jonathan Polk
Jan Rovny
Marco Steenbergen
Milada Anna Vachudova
Published in Party Politics
Volume 21
Issue 1
ISSN 1354-0688
Publication year 2015
Published at Centre for European Research (CERGU)
Department of Political Science
Language en
Links https://doi.org./10.1177/1354068812...
Keywords European politics, expert surveys, party politics, reliability and validity
Subject categories Political Science

Abstract

This article reports on the 2010 Chapel Hill expert surveys (CHES) and introduces the CHES trend file, which contains measures of national party positioning on European integration, ideology and several European Union (EU) and non-EU policies for 1999-2010. We examine the reliability of expert judgments and cross-validate the 2010 CHES data with data from the Comparative Manifesto Project and the 2009 Eur- opean Elections Studies survey, and explore basic trends on party positioning since 1999. The dataset is available at the CHES website.

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