We were finally able to obtain a complete copy of a survey of Finnish journalists. This is the final sample for our large cross-national journalist project.
|Kansallinen Kokoomus||National Coalition Party||18||21.95||20.4|
|Suomen sosialidemokraattinen puolue||Social Democratic Party of Finland||8||9.76||19.1|
|Suomen Keskusta||Centre Party of Finland||9||10.98||15.8|
|Vihreä liitto||Green League||26||31.71||7.3|
|Svenska folkpartiet i Finland||Swedish People’s Party of Finland||5||6.10||4.3|
|Åländsk Samling||Åland Coalition||0||0.00||0.3|
|Don’t want to say||13|
The adjusted column are the normalized values calculated by distributing the non-voting/don’t want to say votes equally among the parties (by multiplying by 100/82).
As a bonus, there’s also this, left for the reader to ponder:
Which party would you never vote for?
44% Finns Party
12% no party out of question
11% did not want to answer
10% Christian Democrats
8% National Coalition Party
6% Left Alliance
4% Green League
2% Centre Party
1% Swedish People’s Party
1% Social Democratic Party
Journalists mirror general public in the question of joining NATO: 18% for and 62% against, general public 17% for and 62% against.
Greater wealth redistribution: 67% for 24% against CEO’s salaries are problematic >71% agree >22% disagree
47% of the general public supported gay marriage, while 79% of journalists did in 2010
~60% of Finns thought immigration policy was not strict enough, 13% among journalists