Right-wing authoritarianism (RWA) and Social-dominance orientation (SDO) are two measures often used in (social) psychology studies on political orientation, see e.g. a meta-analysis of Sibley and Duckitt linking them to Big-Five personality factors, or another of Onraet et al. relating them to cognitive abilities.
On the other hand there's a large dataset from the World Values Survey (WVS) that also asks left-right political orientation questions; see for instance Geser (2008). It seems to me sociologists and political scientists rather than psychologists have more often used this dataset.
So, my questions is: are the RWA and SDO measures well correlated with some subset of World Values Survey questions? I.e., can a subset of the latter be used to stand-in for the two more specific instruments?
(This may seem like an odd question, i.e. why use a big questionnaire instead of two small ones, but the WVS dataset covers a lot of countries, in many of which one can hardly find a single RWA/SDO study.)