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Led by the National Taiwan University, it conducts public opinion research into citizen's attitudes towards politics, power, reform, and democracy in Asia. Surveys cover: Japan, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia' India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. Access to many of the datasets is currently restricted to subscribers only.
Surveys the citizens of Latin America on their political views' specifically on democratic values. Examples include women's political participation, the effect of education on tolerance of minorities, and the effects of government corruption on citizens. Data from 2004- onwards can be downloaded free of charge, but historical data requires payment
The ESS is carried out every 2 years across European countries, starting in 2002. Politics is a core theme of each survey and includes a range of questions, including party identification. Data can be downloaded in SAS, SPSS or STATA formats.
French public opinion on political topics. See also Cotes de popularites maintained by Kantar TNS - free access political barometers and opinion polls published in Figaro-Magazine, including popularity of French prime ministers, presidents & political parties from 1974 onwards.
Popular online pollster offering free access to a wide range of surveys.
For a more historical look at attitudes to political matters it might be worth looking at the pioneering surveys in Mass Observation Online (1937-1956) and the follow up Mass Observation Project (1980s-1990s, with 2000s to follow in 2022)