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Unformatted Document Text:  Appendix A: Dataset 1 ) Survey for Political Attitude of Japanese High School Students in 2006 Survey Date: December 2006 Survey Research Method: Collective Survey at the high school classroom using the survey sheet by self-writing There are five public high schools and three private high schools in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture. Osaka is the second largest prefecture in Japan, with the population of about 8.8 million, the size of Russia, Belgium, or the Switzerland. Suita City has a population of 350 thousand, and is mostly residential. We picked up three public schools and one private school with almost equivalent academic achievements out of these eight high schools. We requested these four high schools to cooperate with our survey and were granted their permission. The distribution of the survey sheets to sample classes was left to the judgment of the teachers at each school, though we had asked them to pick up standard classes. The co-authors would like to express sincere gratitude to the cooperation extended to us from the teachers at each high school. Sample Size: public high school students 213 private high school students 349 Investigators Shoichiro Ishibashi Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru 2 ) Akarui Senkyo Suishin Kyokai (Clean Election Promotion League) This association conducts a survey to investigate election campaigns, voting behaviors, and Elections: 1986, 1996, 2004, 2005 Sample Design: Population: Japanese citizens 20 years old and older Initial Sample Size 3000 Sampling method: Two-stage stratified cluster sampling Sampling Selection: Using electoral roll Interview Method: Face-to-Face interview Response rate: 79.1%(1986), 70.5% (1996), 71.4 %( 2004), 54 %( 2005), Principal Investigators: Joji Watanuki (86, 96) Yoichi Akiyama (86) Ikui Kabashima (96, 04, 05) Osamu Iwata (96) Yoshito Ishio (04, 05) Polling Company: Shin Joho center, (96, 04) Chuo-chosa Sha (86, 05)

Authors: Ishibashi, Shoichiro. and Chieko, Otsuru.
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Appendix A: Dataset
1 ) Survey for Political Attitude of Japanese High School Students in 2006

Survey Date:
December 2006
Survey Research Method:
Collective Survey at the high school classroom using the survey
sheet by self-writing

There are five public high schools and three private high schools in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture.
Osaka is the second largest prefecture in Japan, with the population of about 8.8 million, the size of
Russia, Belgium, or the Switzerland. Suita City has a population of 350 thousand, and is mostly
residential. We picked up three public schools and one private school with almost equivalent
academic achievements out of these eight high schools. We requested these four high schools to
cooperate with our survey and were granted their permission. The distribution of the survey sheets
to sample classes was left to the judgment of the teachers at each school, though we had asked them
to pick up standard classes. The co-authors would like to express sincere gratitude to the
cooperation extended to us from the teachers at each high school.

Sample Size:
public high school students
213
private
high
school students
349
Investigators
Shoichiro
Ishibashi
Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru
2 ) Akarui Senkyo Suishin Kyokai (Clean Election Promotion League)
This association conducts a survey to investigate election campaigns, voting behaviors, and
Elections: 1986, 1996, 2004, 2005

Sample Design:
Population:
Japanese citizens 20 years old and older
Initial Sample Size
3000
Sampling method:
Two-stage stratified cluster sampling
Sampling Selection:
Using electoral roll
Interview Method:
Face-to-Face interview
Response rate:
79.1%(1986), 70.5% (1996), 71.4 %( 2004), 54 %( 2005),
Principal Investigators:

Joji Watanuki (86, 96)
Yoichi Akiyama (86)
Ikui Kabashima (96, 04, 05)
Osamu
Iwata
(96)
Yoshito Ishio (04, 05)
Polling Company:
Shin Joho center, (96, 04) Chuo-chosa Sha (86, 05)


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