|Title:||Internet and Media Use During GE2015||Creators:||Soon Wan Ting||External Contact:||IPS Public Data Sharing Platform||Subject:||Singapore General Election
Social media use
A nationwide online survey of 2,000 voters aged 21 years and above was conducted following the General Election 2015. The aim of the survey was to examine voters’ use of media and the Internet, and its impact on political participation and voting behaviour. Questions were asked about respondents’ political traits, their use and trust of media, frequency of political participation and talk, their political habits, and their demographics. Findings were first presented at the IPS Post-Election Conference 2015 in November 2015: see Late Decision-Makers and The Role of Media and Social Media. Subsequently, IPS convened a symposium in January 2016, where four academics took a more detailed look at the survey data and what it revealed about media use during the election.
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|Citation:||Soon Wan Ting (2016). Internet and Media Use During GE2015. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.25540/BJJF-FY6Q|
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