University of Tokyo

Abstract
Survey Number 0507
Survey Title 64th SJCPOLL, 1999
Depositor Shin Joho Center, Inc.
Restriction of Use For detailed information, please refer to 'For Data Users' at SSJDA website.

- Apply to SSJDA. Depositor's approval required.
Educational Purpose Available for both research and instructional purposes.
Period of Data Use Permission One year
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Nesstar Not available
Summary This is an omnibus Japan-wide survey that is carried out regularly, three times each year.

It is used to acquire data quickly and inexpensively if questions are too few or if a standalone survey is difficult due to budgetary restrictions.

This is the 64th survey. The survey stored here incorporates questions unique to Shin Joho Center that are repeated regularly, and some items allow longitudinal comparison. The contents of this survey include perspectives of daily life and crime.
Data Type quantatitive research
quantitative research: micro data
Universe Individual men and women aged 20 years and older
Unit of Observation Individual
Sample Size Sample size: 1,400 people, number of responses: 1,031 people (73.6%)
Date of Collection 1999/11/01
Time Period
Spatial Unit Japan
Sampling Procedure Two-stage stratified random sampling (100 locations)
Mode of Data Collection Self-administered survey (placement method)
Investigator Shin Joho Center, Inc.
DOI
Sponsors (Funds)
Related Publications (by the Investigator) Please refer to the abstract in Japanese.
Related Publications (based on Secondary Analysis) List of related publications (based on Secondary Analysis)
Documentation [Questionnaire]
Major Survey Items Questionnaire items:
- Perspectives of daily life (flying the national flag, organ donation, etc.)
- Anxiety about damage from crime
- Attitude to crime (bribery, ignoring traffic signals, etc.)

Face items:
- Gender, age, marital status, respondent’s annual income, occupation, number of years at the current residence, number of household family members, type of housing, intention to continue residing in the current area, relationships with neighbors.
Date of Release 2006/11/09
Topics in CESSDA Click here for details

Topics in SSJDA Security/Crime/Disaster
Society/Culture
Version 2006/11/09 :
Notes for Users Variable and value labels are written in Japanese.