Dataset Extensions by External Researchers
Left-Right Measures based on Manifesto Project Data
- Left-Right Scores by Franzmann & Kaiser: The Franzmann & Kaiser left-right scores are based on the assumption that left and right differs across time and countries.
- Manifesto Common Space Scores by König, Marbach & Osnabrügge: A sophisticated method developed by König, Marbach & Osnabrügge to calculate parties' left-right scores based on Manifesto Project Data.
- Dynamic State Space Positions by Elff: Another sophisticated method by Martin Elff to calculate left-right positions.
- LR Scores by Jahn: Left-Right scores suggested by Deltef Jahn using a Multi-Dimensional Scaling procedure to get different weights for left and right issues.
- Logratio Scaling suggested by Lowe, Benoit, Mikhaylov & Laver: Logratio scaling proposed by Will Lowe, Ken Benoit and Michael Laver.
Datasets linked to the Manifesto Project Dataset
- Party Government Data Set updated by Seki & Williams: Katsunori Seki and Laron K. Williams updated the Woldendorp, Keman and Budge Party Government Dataset through 2014.
- 'Most Important Problem'-Dataset: A dataset of 832,000 Americans' responses to the "most important problem" question from 1939-2015 composed by Heffington, Beomseob and Williams. Compatible with the MARPOR coding scheme.