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➤"Update Notice": China Survey Data Waves 1-5 Enhancements

We are excited to announce significant updates to our China Survey Data, spanning Waves 1 to 5. Our team has been working to enhance the dataset, ensuring it continues to be a valuable resource for academic and research purposes.

Below are the key updates that have been implemented:1. Reintegration of Political Affiliation Data: Recognizing the importance of political affiliation as a crucial demographic variable in the context of China, we have reinstated this information in our dataset.2. Expansion of the Institutional Trust Section: This section now includes both 4-point and 6-point scales, offering greater flexibility and depth in measuring trust levels.The updated dataset is now available for access.

We encourage you to utilize this enhanced resource for your research endeavors and look forward to the valuable insights that will emerge from its use.

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The Asian Barometer Survey is a cross-national survey project. The success of the project required collaboration among the thirteen participating country/territory teams and the funding support from many national and transnational sources. Under the data-sharing agreement among our East Asian collaborators, we have made our merged dataset and all the variables contained in our core questionnaire freely accessible to scholars and experts worldwide upon application. Under the same agreement, however, our data release policy does not cover country-specific variables that some country teams have collected out of their own resources and for their own research purposes. The Asian Barometer Survey has no authority over the release of these country-specific data except for data from the surveys conducted in Taiwan, which are directly administered by the ABS headquarters in Taipei. We are happy to share the data from Taiwan-specific items which cover partisanship and national identity with any Taiwan-based scholars and students. Anyone who would like to gain access to country-specific variables from other countries and territories should contact the individual country team from the country in question directly.

 

Fifth Wave data survey for Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, Mongolia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar Australia, and India were available in 2023. In addition, Sixth Wave6 data for Taiwan, the Philippnes, and Indonesia was also available in March, 2024. The files for release include the common questionnaire in English, the data files (Only Wave4 and Wave5 survey datasets are in both SPSS format and STATA format), and the sampling methods.

In addition, the Wave 1 and Wave 2 dataset for the South Asian Barometer Survey covering five countries ((India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal) were released in May 2017. The files for release include the common questionnaire in English and the data files (in SPSS format).

 

➤Rules and Obligations Governing the Access to Asian Barometer Survey Data

1) The applicant (data user) must not copy, print, sell or otherwise supply any of the data and materials supplied to any other individual or organizations by any means. The data is for the use of the applicant only, and is not to be archived at the institution of the person who applies to use the data.

2) Data provided by Asian Barometer are to be used solely for academic research, education, policy-oriented analysis, or other pre-approved purposes.

 3) When data is used for collaborative research, all users must sign the application forms.

4) When the data is used for instruction, only a pre-approved subset of the data can be provided to the students. The requested data must not exceed 30 variables, excluding behavioral, attitudinal and socio-economic background variables.

5) Journal articles, conference papers, books, book chapters, academic theses and other publications or reports that employ data or other resources provided by Asian Barometer should provide an acknowledgement in English or Chinese.

First Wave

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the   East Asia Barometer Project (2001-2003), which was co-directed by Profs. Fu Hu and Yun-han Chu and received major funding support from Taiwan’s Ministry of Education, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

Second Wave

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the Asian Barometer Project (2005-2008), which was co-directed by Professors Fu Hu and Yun-han Chu and received major funding support from Taiwan’s Ministry of Education, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

Third Wave

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the Asian Barometer Project (2010-2012), which was co-directed by Professors Fu Hu and Yun-han Chu and received major funding support from Taiwan’s Ministry of Education, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

Fourth Wave

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the Asian Barometer Project (2013-2016), which was co-directed by Professors Fu Hu and Yun-han Chu and received major funding support from Taiwan’s Ministry of Education, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

Fifth Wave

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the Asian Barometer Project (2018-2021), which was co-directed by Professors Yun-han Chu and received major funding support from National Science and Technology Council, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

Sixth Wave

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the Asian Barometer Project (2020-), which was co-directed by Professors Yun-han Chu, Prof Min-hua Huang and received major funding support from National Science and Technology Council, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

Data analyzed in this article [paper, book, chapter, report] were collected by the Asian Barometer Project (2020-), which was co-directed by Professors Yun-han Chu, Prof Min-hua Huang and received major funding support from National Science and Technology Council, Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University. The Asian Barometer Project Office (www.asianbarometer.org) is solely responsible for the data distribution. The author(s) appreciate the assistance in providing data by the institutes and individuals aforementioned. The views expressed herein are the author's(s') own.

6) Applicants should provide the Asian Barometer Survey with the bibliographies of any publications which are based on the data released from Asian Barometer within one month of being published.

7) Individuals who violate the aforementioned regulations are legally responsible for their actions. Furthermore, the Asian Barometer will permanently cancel his or her right to apply for Asian Barometer Survey data. We will also notify the violator’s employer and announce the violator's name, organization, title, and violation on our website.

 

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Telephone:886-2-3366-8456 or email:asianbarometer@ntu.edu.tw

 

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