Qualitative Election Study of Britain Transcripts provided for public use by Dr. Kristi Winters and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution
Below are the anonymised transcripts for the pre- and post-election focus groups conducted in 2010. The transcripts are ordered by location and then by date. They are provided in Microsoft Word (.doc) format and some have been formatted to be compatible with the qualitative data analysis software program NVivo (8 and 9).
To understand the research design behind these questions please see the Research Design page.
At the bottom of the page there is an Excel spreadsheet which contains the following information: the participant’s Alias as given in the transcripts, their Age cohort, the Location of their Pre-election focus group, whether they participated in a Post election focus group, their Sex, their pre-election Vote intentions and whether or not they Voted.
Individuals may re-use these documents free of charge in any format for research, private study or internal circulation within an organisation. You must re-use it accurately and not present it in a misleading context and you must acknowledge the author, the QES Britain project title and the source.
Example referencing Harvard System of Referencing
Winters, K., 2011. Public version: First Leaders Debate Transcript. 2010 Qualitative Election Study of Britain. [Online] (Last updated on February 3, 2011) Available at https://wintersresearch.wordpress.com/qes-britain/. Accessed November 3, 2012.
Essex, England: Leaders Debates Transcripts and Post-election Transcripts
London, England: Pre-election and Post-election Transcripts
London Post-election Transcript conducted May 19, 2010
Aberystwyth, Wales: Pre-election and Post-election Transcripts
Glasgow, Scotland: Pre-election and Post-election Transcripts
Glasgow Post-election Transcription conducted May 24, 2010
Participant details (anonymised)
Transcripts pre-formatted for use in NVivo
These transcripts are formatted to NVivo 8 and 9 specifications to produce Topics (Heading 1) and Cases (Heading 2). Topics are identified in order to assist transcription analysis but are only suggestions and may be altered to suit individual researchers’ interests.
NVivo ready public version First Leaders Debate Transcription April 15 2010
NVivo ready public version Second Leaders Debate Transcription April 22 2010
Nvivo ready public version Third Debate Transcription April 27 2010
Page last edited by Kristi Winters on 11 March, 2015