American National Election Studies, 2000

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Version number (VERSION)
TOTAL%
1) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
2) NES dataset number (DSETNO)
3) ICPSR archive number 3131 (ICPSRNO)
TOTAL%
3131) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
4) NES 2000 Case ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807905.667523
5) Post ID: There are gaps in the numbering. 0001-1557 Post interviews 2001-2254 Post non-interviews (POSTID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807966.531627
6) 2000 Sample weight: This is a 6-digit variable with a coded decimal point and 4 actual decimal places. A post stratification adjustment using the 2000 CPS March supplement estimates as the standard was done for the combined RDD and area samples. The cells were formed by crossing 6 age groups by 4 levels of education. The age groups were: 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. The education levels were: < high school graduation, high school graduate, some college, and 4 years of college or more (SWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180710
7) Sample weight for post variables. This is a 6-digit variable with a coded decimal point and 4 actual decimal places (0 = No post election interview) (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807.8611
8) Pre only or pre-and-post (PREPOST)
TOTAL%
0) Pre-election and post-election interviews155586.1
1) Pre-election interview only25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
9) Pre: Mode of pre interview (MODE)
TOTAL%
1) Personal (FTF)100655.7
5) Telephone80144.3
TOTAL1807100.0
10) Pre: Form - E section administered questions about R's personal financial situation were randomly selected to be administered either in pre section e or post section H (FORM_E)
TOTAL%
0) Section E not administered in pre88048.7
1) Section E administered in pre92751.3
TOTAL1807100.0
11) Pre: Form - half sample. The series of questions concerning 'most important problem' was administered to a randomly selected half sample in the pre. (FORM_F)
TOTAL%
0) R not selected90249.9
1) R selected90550.1
TOTAL1807100.0
12) Pre: Form - Clinton retrospective or Clinton affects/traits. RS were randomly selected to be administered either the Clinton retrospective or the Clinton traits and affects questions in the pre. The questions for which R was not selected for pre administration were administered in the post (FORM_Q)
TOTAL%
1) Asked in pre [Clinton retrospective]89149.3
2) Asked in pre [Clinton affects and traits]91650.7
TOTAL1807100.0
13) Pre: Form - lib/con format. Respondents were randomly assigned to either the standard 7-point scale format for liberal/conservative placements, or to an experimental branching format. Self placement (LOBCONF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format (FTF/phone)86848.0
2) Experimental format (FTF and phone)93952.0
TOTAL1807100.0
14) Pre: Form - economy retrospective format (ECONF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format90850.2
2) Experimental format89949.8
TOTAL1807100.0
15) Pre: Form - employment retrospective format (EMPRETF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format90149.9
2) Experimental format90650.1
TOTAL1807100.0
16) Pre: Form - economy prospective format (ECONPF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format91150.4
2) Experimental format89649.6
TOTAL1807100.0
17) Pre: Form - imports format (IMPORTF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format91050.4
2) Experimental format89749.6
TOTAL1807100.0
18) Pre: Form - isolationism format (ISOLATF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format89149.3
2) Experimental format91650.7
TOTAL1807100.0
19) Pre: Form - medical insurance format. FTF (7-point scale): Respondents were randomly assigned to either the standard format for gov't/private health insurance self-placement, or to an experimental format. Phone (branching): Respondents were randomly assigned to either version 1 or version 2 (MEDINSF)
TOTAL%
1) FTF standard/phone version89149.3
2) FTF experimental/phone version91650.7
TOTAL1807100.0
20) Pre: Form - affirmative action format (AFFACTF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format88048.7
2) Experimental format92751.3
TOTAL1807100.0
21) Pre: Form - environment vs. jobs format (ENVJOBF)
TOTAL%
1) FTF standard87548.4
2) FTF experimental93251.6
TOTAL1807100.0
22) Pre: Form - school voucher format (SCHVCHF)
TOTAL%
1) Standard format88248.8
2) Experimental format92551.2
TOTAL1807100.0
23) Pre: Form - women equal role format (WOMROLEF)
TOTAL%
1) FTF standard90249.9
2) FTF experimental90550.1
TOTAL1807100.0
24) Pre: Month of interview (MONTHINT)
TOTAL%
9) September83146.0
10) October71439.5
11) November26214.5
TOTAL1807100.0
25) Pre: Day of interview (DAYINT)
TOTAL%
1) 643.5
2) 724.0
3) 613.4
4) 744.1
5) 975.4
6) 1136.3
7) 874.8
8) 382.1
9) 522.9
10) 432.4
11) 663.7
12) 553.0
13) 432.4
14) 492.7
15) 412.3
16) 663.7
17) 522.9
18) 603.3
19) 573.2
20) 703.9
21) 673.7
22) 432.4
23) 603.3
24) 382.1
25) 502.8
26) 563.1
27) 432.4
28) 442.4
29) 482.7
30) 713.9
31) 271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
26) Pre: Month and day (MMDD) of interview (MMDDINT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807983.18468
27) Pre: Number of days before election (Election Day was November 7, 2000) (NDPELECT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180732.62919
28) Pre: Interview length. Number of minutes (2 decimal places) is coded, except: 999.99 NA; INAP, Partial IW (IWLENGTH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180772.47466
29) Pre: Interview number (IWNUMBER)
TOTAL%
1) 995.5
2) 1055.8
3) 995.5
4) 985.4
5) 945.2
6) 935.1
7) 905.0
8) 864.8
9) 844.6
10) 804.4
11) 754.2
12) 744.1
13) 653.6
14) 613.4
15) 573.2
16) 553.0
17) 522.9
18) 452.5
19) 422.3
20) 402.2
21) 341.9
22) 301.7
23) 261.4
24) 301.7
25) 271.5
26) 211.2
27) 201.1
28) 150.8
29) 140.8
30) 120.7
31) 140.8
32) 100.6
33) 100.6
34) 90.5
35) 70.4
36) 40.2
37) 50.3
38) 20.1
39) 30.2
40) 30.2
41) 30.2
42) 20.1
43) 30.2
44) 20.1
45) 10.1
46) 20.1
47) 10.1
50) 10.1
52) 10.1
53) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
30) Pre: Date of beginning VQ file (VQBEGIN)
TOTAL%
0) VQ dated 8/1560.3
1) VQ dated 8/30452.5
2) VQ dated 9/5412.3
3) VQ dated 9/618310.1
4) VQ dated 9/843023.8
5) VQ dated 9/251035.7
6) VQ dated 9/28261.4
7) VQ dated 9/2919110.6
8) VQ dated 10/533818.7
9) VQ dated 10/1944424.6
TOTAL1807100.0
31) Pre: Date of ending VQ file (VQEND)
TOTAL%
0) VQ dated 8/1550.3
1) VQ dated 8/30311.7
2) VQ dated 9/5341.9
3) VQ dated 9/61719.5
4) VQ dated 9/842623.6
5) VQ dated 9/251015.6
6) VQ dated 9/28241.3
7) VQ dated 9/2919610.8
8) VQ dated 10/534218.9
9) VQ dated 10/1947126.1
99) INAP60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
32) Pre: Flag- change in VQ (VQFLAG)
TOTAL%
0) No change169493.7
1) Change in VQ1075.9
9) NA60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
33) Pre: Advance letter sent? (ADVLETTR)
TOTAL%
0) No advance letter sent33518.5
1) Advance letter sent146781.2
9) NA50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
34) Pre: Payment amount (PAYAMNT)
TOTAL%
0) R requested no payment80.4
20) Twenty dollars139677.3
40) Forty dollars38921.5
99) NA140.8
TOTAL1807100.0
35) Pre: Payment mode (PAYMODE)
TOTAL%
0) R requested no payment80.4
1) Check161589.4
2) Cash1699.4
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
36) Pre: Payment date (MMDD) [9999. NA; R requested no payment] (PAYDATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18071118.615989
37) Pre: Tape recorded? (RECORDED)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1618.9
5) No164691.1
TOTAL1807100.0
38) Pre: Verification (VERIFY)
TOTAL%
0) Counted for Ann Arbor office, not selected for verification150983.5
1) Flagged for verification150.8
2) Verified OK24613.6
3) Verified with some discrepancies221.2
4) Not verified - attempts to verify halted30.2
5) Unable to verify100.6
6) Verification limit met20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
39) Pre: Evaluation (EVALUATE)
TOTAL%
0) Not evaluated169493.7
1) Flagged10.1
2) Evaluated1025.6
4) Cannot evaluate100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
40) Pre: Refusal conversion indicator (CONVINDC)
TOTAL%
0) Not a refusal conversion situation153484.9
1) Refusal conversion situation indicated27315.1
TOTAL1807100.0
41) Pre: Persuasion letter - flag (PERSLTTR)
TOTAL%
0) No persuasion letter sent171695.0
1) Persuasion letter sent905.0
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
42) Pre: Date persuasion letter requested (MMDD) [9999. No persuasion letter requested] (DPLREQST)
TOTAL%
911) 10.1
917) 10.1
918) 10.1
925) 10.1
927) 10.1
929) 20.1
1001) 30.2
1002) 30.2
1004) 10.1
1005) 90.5
1006) 50.3
1009) 110.6
1010) 70.4
1011) 10.1
1012) 20.1
1013) 30.2
1014) 10.1
1015) 30.2
1016) 40.2
1017) 40.2
1018) 30.2
1019) 40.2
1020) 30.2
1021) 10.1
1022) 10.1
1023) 120.7
1024) 20.1
1030) 10.1
9999) 171695.0
TOTAL1807100.0
43) Pre: Date persuasion letter sent (MMDD) [9999. NA; INAP, No persuasion letter requested (9999 In pre-admin] (DPSENT)
TOTAL%
918) 10.1
922) 10.1
927) 10.1
929) 20.1
1002) 20.1
1004) 20.1
1005) 10.1
1006) 40.2
1007) 40.2
1010) 261.4
1012) 40.2
1015) 10.1
1016) 70.4
1017) 70.4
1018) 10.1
1019) 20.1
1020) 30.2
1022) 30.2
1023) 60.3
1024) 10.1
1025) 60.3
1026) 40.2
1101) 10.1
9999) 171795.0
TOTAL1807100.0
44) Pre: Type of persuasion letter (PLTYPE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP171795.0
1) Too busy331.8
2) Too personal40.2
3) Not interested231.3
4) Too old40.2
6) Gatekeeper30.2
7) Not at home231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
45) Pre: Number of telephone calls (TELCALLS)
TOTAL%
0) 77843.1
1) 1749.6
2) 1478.1
3) 995.5
4) 935.1
5) 824.5
6) 744.1
7) 573.2
8) 432.4
9) 351.9
10) 392.2
11) 331.8
12) 221.2
13) 221.2
14) 130.7
15) 181.0
16) 130.7
17) 90.5
18) 60.3
19) 100.6
20) 100.6
21) 20.1
22) 30.2
23) 30.2
24) 40.2
25) 20.1
27) 20.1
28) 10.1
30) 30.2
31) 10.1
32) 10.1
33) 10.1
34) 10.1
35) 20.1
36) 10.1
37) 10.1
38) 10.1
42) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
46) Pre: Number of face-to-face (FTF) calls (FTFCALLS)
TOTAL%
0) 78543.4
1) 1448.0
2) 20211.2
3) 18610.3
4) 1629.0
5) 1035.7
6) 613.4
7) 432.4
8) 372.0
9) 301.7
10) 140.8
11) 90.5
12) 80.4
13) 70.4
14) 60.3
15) 10.1
16) 20.1
17) 20.1
18) 10.1
19) 10.1
20) 10.1
21) 10.1
22) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
47) Pre: Final result (FINRESLT)
TOTAL%
1) Interview, complete180199.7
5) Interview, partial60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
48) Sample release (all 1). All cases coded 1 there was a single release of the entire sample. (SMPLREL)
TOTAL%
1) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
49) Pre: Language of interview (all English) all interviews conducted entirely in English (code 1) (LANGUAGE)
TOTAL%
1) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
50) Pre - coversheet: Flag - missing coversheet (FLAGMCS)
TOTAL%
0) Coversheet not missing178398.7
1) Missing coversheet241.3
TOTAL1807100.0
51) Pre - coversheet: Color of coversheet (CVSCOLOR)
TOTAL%
1) Blue98454.5
2) Yellow79443.9
4) Green - FTF type II updating50.3
9) Missing coversheet241.3
TOTAL1807100.0
52) If telephone RDD: Since the phone number I dialed is produced by a computer, I do not know whether I'm calling a business, a home, a dormitory, or some other type of residence. (Which is it?) (PHONTYPE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, assigned FTF mode100655.7
1) Business20.1
2) Home73540.7
3) Both40.2
5) Cell phone442.4
9) NA; phone mode and coversheet missing160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
53) If telephone RDD: If business phone number: Does anyone live there on the premises? (PHBUSRES)
TOTAL%
0) INAP180599.9
1) Yes20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
54) If telephone RDD: If business phone number: If someone lives on the premises: Do (they/you) have a different phone number inside (their/your) residence that is for personal use? (PHBUSRSP)
TOTAL%
0) INAP180599.9
2) Use this20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
55) If face-to-face mode: Household listing obtained from: (HHLIST)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, assigned phone mode80144.3
1) HU member98054.2
2) Neighbor30.2
3) Apt. manager10.1
4) Landlord10.1
7) Other (specify)40.2
9) NA; FTF and coversheet missing170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
56) Household listing: Selection table (HHTABLE)
TOTAL%
1) Selection table A27415.2
2) Table B11528.4
3) Table B21357.5
4) Table C30416.8
5) Table D29916.5
6) Table E11618.9
7) Table E21498.2
8) Table F30917.1
9) Missing coversheet241.3
TOTAL1807100.0
57) Household listing: Number of eligible adults (9 NA) (NELIGADL)
TOTAL%
1) 60733.6
2) 98954.7
3) 1618.9
4) 442.4
5) 30.2
6) 20.1
7) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
58) Household listing: Number ineligible adults (9 NA) (NINELADL)
TOTAL%
0) 174396.5
1) 512.8
2) 10.1
3) 10.1
4) 20.1
9) 90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
59) Household listing: Household composition (HHCOMPOS)
TOTAL%
10) 1 Adult male HHR21612.0
11) 1 Adult male HHR plus 1 other non-relative251.4
12) 1 Adult male HHR plus 2 or more non-relatives70.4
20) 1 Adult female HHR34719.2
21) 1 Adult female HHR plus 1 other non-relative150.8
22) 1 Adult female HHR plus 2 or more non-relatives30.2
30) 1 Married couple: No children/or children at home under 1887948.6
40) 1 Married couple plus 1 other relative1357.5
50) 1 Married couple plus 2 or more other relatives442.4
51) 1 Married couple plus 1 other non-relative60.3
55) 1 Married couple plus relatives and non-relatives20.1
60) 1 Male HHR plus 1 other relative321.8
65) 1 Male HHR plus relatives and nonrelatives10.1
70) 1 Male HHR plus 2 or more other relatives70.4
80) 1 Female HHR plus 1 other relative502.8
85) 1 Female HHR plus relatives and non-relatives10.1
90) 1 Female HHR plus 2 or more other relatives191.1
95) Relatives of opposite sex, unclear who is HHR60.3
99) NA120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
60) Household listing: R person number (9 NA) (RESPNMBR)
TOTAL%
1) 110761.3
2) 61734.1
3) 643.5
4) 120.7
5) 10.1
9) 60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
61) Contact description: Describe the type of structure in which the respondent lives (STRUCTYP)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, assigned phone mode80144.3
1) Mobile home382.1
2) Detached single family65836.4
3) Multi-family472.6
4) Apartment house1669.2
5) Condo complex351.9
7) Other (specify)321.8
9) NA; missing coversheet301.7
TOTAL1807100.0
62) If face-to-face mode: Is there a building manager, security guard or other gatekeeper whose cooperation you need in order to gain access to the R's housing unit? (FTFGTKEE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, assigned phone mode80144.3
1) Yes362.0
2) No, but building is locked/subdivision is gated and locked331.8
5) No87648.5
9) NA; missing coversheet613.4
TOTAL1807100.0
63) If face-to-face mode: If gatekeeper/guard/manager/locked access: Check the box below which best describes the situation [1 Building manager or other gatekeeper must let you in the building (on the grounds, into the mobile home park) but then you are free to attempt contact with R's HU; 2 Building manager/other gatekeeper must get permission from someone in R's HU before you are allowed to make contact with the household; 7 Other (specify); 9 NA; 0 INAP] (FTFTGKEE)
TOTAL%
0) 173896.2
1) 150.8
2) 20.1
7) 472.6
9) 50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
64) Contact description: Was there resistance from any contact person? (CNTCTRS1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes45825.3
5) No132273.2
9) NA271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
65) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - surveys waste of time; previous bad experience (CNTCTRS2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked100.6
5) Not marked34218.9
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
66) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - content too personal (CNTCTRS3)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked201.1
5) Not marked33218.4
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
67) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - confidentiality (CNTCTRS4)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked402.2
5) Not marked31217.3
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
68) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - not interested in politics (CNTCTRS5)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked814.5
5) Not marked27115.0
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
69) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - too busy (CNTCTRS6)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked1256.9
5) Not marked22712.6
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
70) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - poor health (CNTCTRS7)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked150.8
5) Not marked33718.6
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
71) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - other (specify) (CNTCTRS8)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Marked1639.0
5) Not marked18910.5
9) NA1065.9
TOTAL1807100.0
72) Contact description: Did R refuse initially? (RREFUSED)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22212.3
5) No153084.7
9) NA553.0
TOTAL1807100.0
73) Contact description: Did respondent break any appointments (RBRKAPP)
TOTAL%
0) None152284.2
1) One20011.1
2) Two or more673.7
9) NA181.0
TOTAL1807100.0
74) Contact description: If contact persons resisted, was the respondent the contact person who gave resistance? (RCNTCRES)
TOTAL%
0) INAP134974.7
1) Yes28115.6
5) No975.4
9) NA804.4
TOTAL1807100.0
75) Summary: Resistance (RRESIST1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, some resistance identified33018.3
5) No resistance identified145080.2
9) NA271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
76) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - surveys waste of time; previous bad experience (RRESIST2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked10.1
5) Not marked1769.7
TOTAL1807100.0
77) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - content too personal (RRESIST3)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked70.4
5) Not marked1709.4
TOTAL1807100.0
78) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - confidentiality (RRESIST4)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked90.5
5) Not marked1689.3
TOTAL1807100.0
79) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - not interested in politics (RRESIST5)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked120.7
5) Not marked1659.1
TOTAL1807100.0
80) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - too busy (RRESIST6)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked211.2
5) Not marked1568.6
TOTAL1807100.0
81) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - poor health (RRESIST7)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked30.2
5) Not marked1749.6
TOTAL1807100.0
82) If R was not the contact person who resisted: Resistance from R - other (specify) (RRESIST8)
TOTAL%
0) INAP163090.2
1) Marked150.8
5) Not marked1629.0
TOTAL1807100.0
83) If face-to-face mode: CSMS interviewer evaluation: What is the estimated income of R's household? (ESTINCOM)
TOTAL%
0) INAP80144.3
1) Under $10,000985.4
2) $10,000-25,00020211.2
3) $25,000-50,00026414.6
4) $50,000-105,00024913.8
5) $105,000 and above724.0
8) DK492.7
9) NA724.0
TOTAL1807100.0
84) If face-to-face mode: CSMS interviewer evaluation: What is the race of R's household? (ESTRACE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP80144.3
1) White76442.3
2) Black1317.2
3) American Indian40.2
4) Asian170.9
7) Other362.0
8) DK20.1
9) NA522.9
TOTAL1807100.0
85) If face-to-face mode: If interviewer has identified race of household: Is this definite or probable? (CERTRACE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP85547.3
1) Definite91550.6
5) Probable311.7
9) NA60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
86) If face-to-face mode: CSMS interviewer evaluation: Is R or R's household of Hispanic origin? (HISPHH)
TOTAL%
0) INAP80144.3
1) Yes844.6
5) No86347.8
8) DK70.4
9) NA522.9
TOTAL1807100.0
87) If face-to-face mode: If interviewer has identified Hispanic status of R/R's household: CSMS interviewer evaluation: Is this definite or probable? (CERTHISP)
TOTAL%
0) INAP86047.6
1) Definite91150.4
5) Probable331.8
9) NA30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
88) Pre: Interviewer of record ID (4-digit ID) (INTVREC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18075115.7532426
89) Pre: Supervisor ID (4-digit ID) (SPVSR)
TOTAL%
3548) 41422.9
4529) 19911.0
6840) 80144.3
7356) 39321.7
TOTAL1807100.0
90) Pre: Interviewer gender (INTVGEND)
TOTAL%
1) Male22612.5
2) Female158187.5
TOTAL1807100.0
91) Pre: Interviewer education (INTVEDUC)
TOTAL%
3) High school graduate33318.4
4) Some college57431.8
5) College degree57231.7
6) Master's degree29416.3
9) NA341.9
TOTAL1807100.0
92) Pre: Interviewer race (INTVRACE)
TOTAL%
1) White168493.2
2) Black1005.5
7) Other231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
93) Pre: Interviewer ethnicity (INTVETHN)
TOTAL%
0) No ethnic identity coded156186.4
1) Hispanic613.4
7) Other18510.2
TOTAL1807100.0
94) Pre: Interviewer languages--this variable is not available in 2000. (INTVLANG)
TOTAL%
0) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
95) Pre: Years interviewer experience (99 NA) (INTEXPNC)
TOTAL%
0) 44924.8
1) 38521.3
2) 1488.2
3) 21411.8
4) 221.2
5) 1337.4
6) 603.3
7) 643.5
8) 784.3
9) 824.5
10) 382.1
11) 150.8
12) 382.1
13) 130.7
14) 40.2
15) 291.6
16) 120.7
17) 231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
96) Pre: Interviewer age (INTAGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-34 Years1136.3
2) 35-40 Years1799.9
3) 41-45 Years27315.1
4) 46-50 Years31417.4
5) 51-55 Years25514.1
6) 56-60 Years28715.9
7) 51-64 Years1337.4
8) 65-79 Years25314.0
TOTAL1807100.0
97) ICPSR state code (STATECOD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180739.7721
98) FIPS state code - interview location [NOTE: 3 Cases were misidentified in the preload as PA but should have been NJ. These cases are coded 96] (FIPS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180728.90917
99) 2000 State abbreviation and congressional district number - interview location (STATE)
100) 2000 FIPS state code and congressional district number -interview location FIPS state code resides in first 2 digits, CD number in last 2 digits. [9996 Misidentified location 9999. NA 0000. Washington D.C.] (VAR00082)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18072897.7441706
101) Congressional district number - interview location [96 Misidentified location 99. NA 00. Washington D.C.] (CDISTNO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18078.81210
102) ICPSR state code and congressional district - interview location ICPSR state code resides in first 2 digits, CD number in last 2 digits. [9996 Misidentified location 9999. NA 0000. Washington D.C.] (STATECD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073974.1142085
103) Did R vote in state and CD of interview? (VOTEOUTC)
TOTAL%
0) R voted in state and CD of interview113162.6
1) R did not vote in state and CD of interview221.2
8) NA281.5
9) INAP62634.6
TOTAL1807100.0
104) State and CD of vote cast outside CD of interview [9999. NA if voted outside CD of interview 0000. INAP, 0,9 in Pre-sample.] (WHVOTED)
TOTAL%
0) 175797.2
620) 10.1
699) 10.1
1203) 10.1
1299) 10.1
1799) 20.1
1899) 10.1
2201) 10.1
2605) 10.1
2608) 10.1
2708) 10.1
2903) 10.1
3412) 10.1
3712) 10.1
4105) 10.1
4199) 10.1
4704) 10.1
4706) 10.1
5101) 20.1
5399) 20.1
9999) 281.5
TOTAL1807100.0
105) Primary area name (PSU Interview location) (INTLOCAT)
106) Primary area code - Interview location - 110. Boston, MA 230. Milwaukee, WI 120. New York, NY 239. Wheelng-Steubenvl OH 121 Philadelphia, PA-NJ 240. Des Moines, IA 122 Nassau-Suffolk, NY 250. Richmond-Ptrsbrg, VA 130. Chicago, IL 255 Columbus, GA-AL 131 Detroit, MI 257 Jacksonville, FL 132 Cleveland, OH 258 Lakeld-Wntr Haven FL 141 St Louis, MO-IL 260. Knoxville, TN 150. Washington, DC-MD-VA 262 Birmingham, AL 152 Baltimore, MD 273 Waco, TX 154 Miami-Hialeh, FL 274 McAllen, TX 170. Houston, TX 280. Salt Lake C-Ogden UT 171 Dallas-FT Worth, TX 292 Fresno, CA 181 Denver, CO 293 Eugene-Springfld, OR 190. Los Angeles, CA 434 Saginaw, MI 191 Seattle-Tacoma, WA 464 Gardner, MA 194 Anaheim, CA 466 Decatur CO., IN 196 San Francisco, CA 470. Mower CO., MN 211 New Haven, CT 474 DeSoto Parish, LA 213 Manchester-Nashua NH 477 Chicot CO., AR 220. Buffalo, NY 480. Montgomery CO., VA 226 Atlantic City, NJ 482 EL Dorado CO., CA 000. Telephone Sample (RDD) (AREACODE)
TOTAL%
0) 80144.3
110) 110.6
120) 221.2
121) 160.9
122) 181.0
130) 231.3
131) 211.2
132) 181.0
141) 120.7
150) 191.1
152) 130.7
154) 20.1
170) 281.5
171) 130.7
181) 201.1
190) 241.3
191) 271.5
194) 170.9
196) 150.8
211) 90.5
213) 170.9
220) 402.2
226) 241.3
230) 452.5
239) 140.8
240) 201.1
250) 211.2
255) 170.9
257) 231.3
258) 150.8
260) 140.8
262) 482.7
273) 181.0
274) 140.8
280) 341.9
292) 201.1
293) 201.1
434) 231.3
464) 321.8
466) 261.4
470) 432.4
474) 402.2
477) 261.4
480) 392.2
482) 452.5
TOTAL1807100.0
107) Number of household unit [Codes 1-5 and: 9 NA, 0. Phone IW] (NUMHHUNI)
TOTAL%
0) 80144.3
1) 98354.4
2) 20.1
3) 30.2
5) 10.1
9) 170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
108) Census region - interview location: 1 Northeast (CT, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT; 2 North Central (IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI; 3 South (AL, AR, DE, DC, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MS, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX, VA, WV; 4 WEST (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY (CENSUSRE)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast31617.5
2) North Central45024.9
3) South65736.4
4) West38421.3
TOTAL1807100.0
109) Belt code - interview location: [1 Central Cities of the six largest (population over 4,500,000) consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Areas; 2 Central Cities of CMSAS and MSAS with fewer than 2,000,000 population (exclusive of those in the 21); 3 Suburbs of the six largest CMSA/MSAS; 4 Suburb of all other CMSA/MSAS; 5 Adjacent areas: Includes all territory beyond the outer boundary of the suburban belt, but within 50; 6 Outlying area: includes all territory more than 50 miles from the central business district of a central city 0. Telephone sample (RDD)] (BELTCODE)
TOTAL%
0) Telephone sample80144.3
1) Central City995.5
2) City <2 Million18510.2
3) Large Suburbs1689.3
4) Suburbs24113.3
5) Adjacent26414.6
6) Outlying492.7
TOTAL1807100.0
110) Population in 1000S - interview location. (POPULATI)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074593.9924889
111) Census size of place - interview location (SIZE)
TOTAL%
0) Telephone sample (RDD)80144.3
11) Central Cities874.8
20) Rural incl. LT 2500 places452.5
21) 2,500-9,999372.0
22) 10,000-29,999623.4
23) 30,000-49,999351.9
24) 50,000-99,999291.6
25) 100,000-149,99920.1
26) 150,000-349,999100.6
27) 350,00040.2
30) Under 50,000140.8
31) 50,000-99,999130.7
32) 100,000-149,999191.1
33) 150,000-349,999905.0
34) 350,000 and over492.7
40) Rural1005.5
41) 2,500-9,9991166.4
42) 10,000-29,999643.5
43) 30,000-49,99950.3
44) 50,000-99,999331.8
45) 100,000-149,99930.2
50) Rural (including rural places with less than 2,000,000 population)1005.5
51) 2,500-9,999281.5
52) 10,000-29,999362.0
53) 30,000-49,999251.4
TOTAL1807100.0
112) Census tract/ed indicator - interview location (blanked) (TRACT)
TOTAL%
0) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
113) 2000 Sampling error code (SECODE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807299.488176
114) 2000 Census NECMA/SMSA - interview location [See note 9 in summary] (NECMASMS)
TOTAL%
0) 21912.1
360) 170.9
560) 241.3
720) 130.7
1000) 482.7
1123) 110.6
1280) 402.2
1600) 231.3
1680) 181.0
1800) 170.9
1920) 90.5
2080) 201.1
2120) 201.1
2160) 211.2
2400) 201.1
2800) 40.2
2840) 201.1
3360) 281.5
3600) 231.3
3840) 140.8
3980) 150.8
4480) 241.3
4763) 170.9
4880) 140.8
5000) 20.1
5080) 452.5
5380) 181.0
5483) 90.5
5600) 221.2
6160) 160.9
6760) 211.2
6960) 231.3
7040) 120.7
7160) 341.9
7360) 150.8
7600) 201.1
8080) 140.8
8200) 70.4
8800) 181.0
8840) 191.1
9243) 321.8
9996) 80144.3
TOTAL1807100.0
115) 2000 CMSA - interview location [07 Boston-Lawrence-Salem MA-NH 10. Buffalo-Niagara Falls NY 14 Chicago-Gary-Lake County IL-IN-WI** 28 Cleveland-Akron-Lorain OH 31 Dallas-FT Worth TX (since Dallas and Ft Worth were made separate PMSAS in 1990, this new CMSA was added 34 Denver-Boulder CO) (since Denver and Boulder were made separate PMSAS in 1990, this new CMSA was added in) 35 Detroit-Ann Arbor MI** 42 Houston-Galveston-Brazoria TX 49 Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside CA** 56 Miami-Fort Lauderdale FL 63 Milwaukee-Racine WI 70. New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island NY-NJ-CT** 77 Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton PA-NJ-DE-MD** 78 Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley PA 84 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose CA** 91 Seattle-Tacoma WA 96 Telephone Sample (RDD 00. INAP, location not in CMSA.) This includes old code 32 (Dayton Springfield, OH) which is no longer consolidated in 1990 since Dayton and Springfield are combined in a single MSA in 1990] (CMSA)
TOTAL%
0) 64635.7
7) 110.6
10) 402.2
14) 231.3
28) 181.0
31) 130.7
34) 201.1
35) 211.2
42) 281.5
49) 412.3
56) 20.1
63) 452.5
70) 402.2
77) 160.9
84) 150.8
91) 271.5
96) 80144.3
TOTAL1807100.0
116) Pre section timing - Section A (SECTATIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18079.77957
117) Pre section timing - Section B (SECTBTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.62657
118) Pre section timing - section C (SECTCTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18076.54657
119) Pre section timing - section D (SECTDTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18076.76557
120) Pre section timing - section E (SECTETIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.80158
121) Pre section timing - section F (SECTFTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18077.11757
122) Pre section timing - section G (SECTGTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18075.50357
123) Pre section timing - section H (SECTHTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18077.55757
124) Pre section timing - section K (SECTKTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18076.88457
125) Pre section timing - section L (SECTLTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180714.77657
126) Pre section timing - section M (SECTMTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18078.45457
127) Pre section timing - section N (SECTNTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18075.38157
128) Pre section timing - section P (SECTPTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18077.68257
129) Pre section timing - section Q (SECTQTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18075.98757
130) Pre section timing - section R (SECTRTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.70957
131) Pre section timing - section S (SECTSTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.70657
132) Pre section timing - section X (SECTXTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.60857
133) Pre section timing - section Y (SECTYTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180710.47657
134) Pre section timing - section Z (SECTZTIM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18078.48478
135) Post: mode of interview (PAINTMOD)
TOTAL%
0) No post IW25213.9
1) Personal69338.4
5) Telephone85747.4
7) Administered wrong mode: FTF re-assigned to telephone but administered as personal interview50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
136) Post - mode switch (PAFLAGS)
TOTAL%
1) Assigned FTF, not switched to phone mode80544.5
2) Assigned phone80244.4
3) Assigned FTF, switched to phone mode20011.1
TOTAL1807100.0
137) Post: Form - section H administered in post (PAFORMDS)
TOTAL%
0) Section H not administered in post79043.7
1) Section H administered in post76542.3
9) No post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
138) Post: Form - K2 format (PAFDSCFM)
TOTAL%
0) Administered without probes102556.7
1) Administered with probes53029.3
9) No post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
139) Post: Month of interview (PAIWMNTH)
TOTAL%
0) No post IW25213.9
11) November114763.5
12) December40822.6
TOTAL1807100.0
140) Post: Day of interview - coded 1-31 and 0 No post interview (PAIWDAY)
TOTAL%
0) 25213.9
1) 331.8
2) 271.5
3) 211.2
4) 372.0
5) 382.1
6) 281.5
7) 301.7
8) 442.4
9) 623.4
10) 563.1
11) 814.5
12) 422.3
13) 854.7
14) 844.6
15) 834.6
16) 864.8
17) 774.3
18) 613.4
19) 563.1
20) 874.8
21) 683.8
22) 392.2
23) 20.1
24) 160.9
25) 251.4
26) 221.2
27) 703.9
28) 563.1
29) 834.6
30) 563.1
TOTAL1807100.0
141) Post: Month and day (MMDD) (PAMNTHDA)
TOTAL%
0) 25213.9
1108) 140.8
1109) 462.5
1110) 462.5
1111) 522.9
1112) 261.4
1113) 693.8
1114) 734.0
1115) 764.2
1116) 754.2
1117) 683.8
1118) 553.0
1119) 402.2
1120) 784.3
1121) 613.4
1122) 382.1
1123) 20.1
1124) 160.9
1125) 251.4
1126) 221.2
1127) 703.9
1128) 563.1
1129) 834.6
1130) 563.1
1201) 331.8
1202) 271.5
1203) 211.2
1204) 372.0
1205) 382.1
1206) 281.5
1207) 301.7
1208) 301.7
1209) 160.9
1210) 100.6
1211) 291.6
1212) 160.9
1213) 160.9
1214) 110.6
1215) 70.4
1216) 110.6
1217) 90.5
1218) 60.3
1219) 160.9
1220) 90.5
1221) 70.4
1222) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
142) Post: Number of days after election (96 INAP, No post IW; 99 NA) (DAYSPELE)
TOTAL%
1) 140.8
2) 462.5
3) 462.5
4) 522.9
5) 261.4
6) 693.8
7) 734.0
8) 764.2
9) 754.2
10) 683.8
11) 553.0
12) 402.2
13) 784.3
14) 613.4
15) 382.1
16) 20.1
17) 160.9
18) 251.4
19) 221.2
20) 703.9
21) 563.1
22) 834.6
23) 563.1
24) 331.8
25) 271.5
26) 211.2
27) 372.0
28) 382.1
29) 281.5
30) 301.7
31) 301.7
32) 160.9
33) 100.6
34) 291.6
35) 160.9
36) 160.9
37) 110.6
38) 70.4
39) 110.6
40) 90.5
41) 60.3
42) 160.9
43) 90.5
44) 70.4
45) 10.1
96) 25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
143) Post: Interview taken before or after Gore concession: December 13, 2000 (IWGORECN)
TOTAL%
0) Before146280.9
1) Day of concession (Dec. 13)160.9
2) After774.3
9) NA; INAP, no post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
144) Post: Interview length (999.99 NA; partial IW 000.00 No post IW) (PAIWLNGT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180757.97461
145) Post: Interview number (99. NA; 00. INAP; no post interview) (PAIWNO)
TOTAL%
0) 25213.9
1) 905.0
2) 884.9
3) 874.8
4) 864.8
5) 854.7
6) 854.7
7) 854.7
8) 804.4
9) 774.3
10) 734.0
11) 703.9
12) 663.7
13) 623.4
14) 563.1
15) 512.8
16) 482.7
17) 462.5
18) 412.3
19) 372.0
20) 341.9
21) 261.4
22) 241.3
23) 181.0
24) 181.0
25) 140.8
26) 130.7
27) 130.7
28) 110.6
29) 100.6
30) 80.4
31) 80.4
32) 70.4
33) 60.3
34) 60.3
35) 50.3
36) 50.3
37) 30.2
38) 30.2
39) 20.1
40) 20.1
41) 20.1
42) 20.1
43) 10.1
44) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
146) Post: Date of beginning VQ file (PAVQBEGN)
TOTAL%
0) No post IW25213.9
1) 11/71407.7
2) 11/1035119.4
3) 11/16 (1)130.7
4) 11/16 (2)20111.1
5) 11/1828215.6
6) 11/2756831.4
TOTAL1807100.0
147) Post: Date of ending VQ file (PAVQEND)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, partial IW; no post IW25614.2
1) 11/71055.8
2) 11/1035219.5
3) 11/16130.7
4) 11/161588.7
5) 11/1831817.6
6) 11/2760533.5
TOTAL1807100.0
148) Post: Flag - change in VQ (PAFLGVQ)
TOTAL%
0) No change142979.1
1) Change in VQ1226.8
9) INAP, partial IW; no post IW25614.2
TOTAL1807100.0
149) POST: RELEASE (PARELEAS)
TOTAL%
1) Release 1 - November 7114763.5
2) Release 2 - November 1531917.7
3) Release 3 - November 2134018.8
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
150) Post: Payment to R - amount (PAPAYAMN)
TOTAL%
0) R requested no payment40.2
20) Twenty dollars152584.4
96) INAP, no post IW25213.9
99) NA261.4
TOTAL1807100.0
151) Interviewer incentive - beginning October 26, 2000, interviewers were paid $10 for each completed interview. (PAINTVIN)
TOTAL%
0) Post interview date not in incentive period123668.4
1) Post interview date in incentive period.31917.7
9) INAP, no post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
152) Post: Payment to R - mode (PAPAYMOD)
TOTAL%
0) R Requested no payment40.2
1) Check151183.6
2) Cash140.8
9) NA; INAP, no post IW27815.4
TOTAL1807100.0
153) Post: Payment to R - date (MMDD - '0000' is used for cases with no post IW or 0 in Post-Admin.14/Post-Admin.15; '9999' indicates NA.) (PAPAYDAY)
TOTAL%
0) 25614.2
102) 120.7
110) 10.1
123) 10.1
1031) 57932.0
1109) 945.2
1113) 10.1
1116) 1729.5
1117) 10.1
1121) 1196.6
1122) 10.1
1125) 20.1
1128) 20.1
1130) 33418.5
1201) 10.1
1202) 10.1
1206) 995.5
1213) 734.0
1220) 311.7
9999) 271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
154) Post: Tape recorded? (PARECORD)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, no post IW25213.9
1) Yes784.3
5) No147781.7
TOTAL1807100.0
155) Post: Verification (PAVERIFY)
TOTAL%
0) Counted for Ann Arbor office, not selected for verification133273.7
1) Flagged for verification553.0
2) Verified OK1427.9
3) Verified with some discrepancies181.0
5) Unable to verify40.2
6) Verification limit met20.1
9) NA; INAP, no post IW25414.1
TOTAL1807100.0
156) Post: Evaluation (PAEVALU)
TOTAL%
0) Not evaluated147781.7
1) Flagged10.1
2) Evaluated774.3
9) INAP, no post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
157) Post: Refusal conversion indicator (PACONIND)
TOTAL%
0) Not a refusal conversion situation152984.6
1) Refusal conversion situation indicated261.4
9) NA; INAP, no post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
158) Post: Persuasion letter - flag (PAPERSLT)
TOTAL%
0) No persuasion letter sent151784.0
1) Persuasion letter sent955.3
9) NA; INAP, no post IW19510.8
TOTAL1807100.0
159) Post: Date persuasion letter requested (MMDD - '0000' is used for cases with no post IW or no letter requested;'9999' indicates NA.) (PADATERE)
TOTAL%
0) 171294.7
1109) 10.1
1112) 10.1
1113) 10.1
1115) 10.1
1116) 20.1
1120) 40.2
1121) 20.1
1125) 10.1
1128) 20.1
1129) 20.1
1130) 20.1
1202) 10.1
1204) 30.2
1205) 60.3
1207) 50.3
1209) 20.1
1212) 10.1
1213) 10.1
9999) 573.2
TOTAL1807100.0
160) Post: Date persuasion letter sent - '0000' is used for cases with no post IW or no letter requested;'9999' indicates NA. (PADATSN)
TOTAL%
0) 171294.7
1109) 10.1
1112) 10.1
1113) 10.1
1116) 10.1
1117) 10.1
1120) 50.3
1121) 20.1
1127) 10.1
1129) 20.1
1130) 20.1
1202) 20.1
1204) 30.2
1205) 40.2
1206) 30.2
1207) 50.3
1209) 20.1
1212) 10.1
1214) 10.1
9999) 573.2
TOTAL1807100.0
161) Post: Type of persuasion letter (PALTRTYP)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, no post IW171294.7
1) Too busy90.5
3) Not interested281.5
5) Evasive512.8
9) NA70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
162) Post: Number of telephone calls (99 NA; INAP, no post IW) (PATELCAL)
TOTAL%
0) 905.0
1) 23913.2
2) 30316.8
3) 22312.3
4) 1729.5
5) 1206.6
6) 1035.7
7) 693.8
8) 573.2
9) 241.3
10) 321.8
11) 201.1
12) 181.0
13) 160.9
14) 130.7
15) 80.4
16) 60.3
17) 90.5
18) 70.4
19) 60.3
20) 30.2
21) 20.1
22) 10.1
23) 10.1
24) 40.2
25) 30.2
26) 20.1
27) 10.1
29) 10.1
30) 10.1
31) 10.1
99) 25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
163) Post: Number of face-to-face calls (99 NA; INAP, no post IW) (PAFTFCAL)
TOTAL%
0) 85147.1
1) 46825.9
2) 1307.2
3) 663.7
4) 271.5
5) 70.4
6) 30.2
7) 10.1
10) 10.1
12) 10.1
99) 25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
164) Post: Final result code (PAFINRES)
TOTAL%
1) IW complete155185.8
5) IW partial40.2
51) Refusal by R995.5
52) Refusal by person other than R50.3
54) Initial refusal, not reached for conversion201.1
61) No contact231.3
63) Noninterview, permanent reason50.3
66) Interview begun then terminated, insufficiently complete10.1
67) Noninterview, other reason794.4
68) Could not locate R201.1
TOTAL1807100.0
165) Post: Result date (post non-interviews '0000' is used for cases with post IW; '9999' indicates NA.) (PARESDAT)
TOTAL%
0) 155586.1
1115) 10.1
1117) 10.1
1126) 20.1
1127) 10.1
1128) 10.1
1130) 20.1
1201) 10.1
1202) 30.2
1203) 30.2
1204) 10.1
1205) 50.3
1206) 10.1
1207) 40.2
1208) 20.1
1209) 10.1
1210) 20.1
1211) 70.4
1212) 40.2
1213) 70.4
1214) 70.4
1215) 10.1
1216) 90.5
1217) 60.3
1218) 130.7
1219) 482.7
1220) 372.0
1221) 512.8
1222) 100.6
1223) 100.6
1226) 50.3
1227) 40.2
1228) 10.1
9999) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
166) Post: Flag - pre/post mode switch (PAFLGMS)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, no post IW25213.9
1) Pre FTF and post FTF69838.6
2) Pre phone and post phone69338.4
3) Pre FTF and post phone1649.1
TOTAL1807100.0
167) Post: Language of interview (All interviews were conducted entirely in English) (PAINTLAN)
TOTAL%
1) English1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
168) Flag- missing CS (POFLAGMC)
TOTAL%
0) Coversheet not missing178098.5
1) Coversheet missing271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
169) Color of coversheet (POCCSHEE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP271.5
1) Blue93651.8
2) Yellow83146.0
3) Pink130.7
TOTAL1807100.0
170) Does (name still live here? - R still live at sample address) (RESATADD)
TOTAL%
0) INAP271.5
1) Yes151283.7
5) No412.3
9) NA22712.6
TOTAL1807100.0
171) If phone mode: If R does not still live at sample address: New phone number available (NEWPHONE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179399.2
1) Available80.4
2) Not available20.1
9) NA40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
172) If face-to-face mode: If R does not still live at sample address: Address is: Status of new address (ADDRSTAT)
TOTAL%
0) INAP178098.5
1) Out of range10.1
3) Within range170.9
5) Can't find70.4
9) NA20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
173) If face-to-face mode: Describe the type of structure in which the respondent lives (PSTRUCTY)
TOTAL%
0) INAP92651.2
1) Mobile home261.4
2) Detached single family50127.7
3) Multi-family311.7
4) Apartment house1065.9
5) Condo complex351.9
7) Other (specify)241.3
9) NA1588.7
TOTAL1807100.0
174) If face-to-face mode: Is there a building manager, security guard or other gatekeeper whose cooperation you need in order to gain access to the R's housing unit? (PFTFGTKE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP89849.7
1) Yes583.2
2) No, but building is locked/ subdivision is gated and locked211.2
5) No63735.3
9) NA19310.7
TOTAL1807100.0
175) If face-to-face mode: If gatekeeper/guard/manager/locked access: Check the box below which best describes the situation [1 Building manager or other gatekeeper must let you in the building (on the grounds, into the mobile home park) but then you are free to attempt contact with R's HU 2 Building manager/other gatekeeper must get permission from someone in R's HU before you are allowed to make contact with the household 7 Other (specify 9 NA 0. INAP,] (PFTFTGKE)
TOTAL%
0) 172895.6
1) 100.6
2) 20.1
7) 351.9
9) 321.8
TOTAL1807100.0
176) Contact description was there resistance from any contact person? (PCNTCTR1)
TOTAL%
0) INAP271.5
1) Yes22212.3
5) No145480.5
9) NA1045.8
TOTAL1807100.0
177) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - surveys waste of time; previous bad experience (PCNTCTR2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked100.6
5) Not marked20211.2
9) NA100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
178) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - content too personal (PCNTCTR3)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked20.1
5) Not marked21011.6
9) NA100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
179) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - confidentiality (PCNTCTR4)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked10.1
5) Not marked21111.7
9) NA100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
180) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - not interested in politics (PCNTCTR5)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked201.1
5) Not marked19210.6
9) NA100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
181) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - too busy (PCNTCTR6)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked915.0
5) Not marked1226.8
9) NA90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
182) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - poor health (PCNTCTR7)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked160.9
5) Not marked19610.8
9) NA100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
183) If resistance from any contact person: Resistance from contact person - other (specify) (PCNTCTR8)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Marked1116.1
5) Not marked1075.9
9) NA40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
184) Post - coversheet did R refuse initially? (PRREFUSD)
TOTAL%
0) INAP271.5
1) Yes985.4
5) No157387.1
9) NA1096.0
TOTAL1807100.0
185) Post - coversheet did respondent break any appointments (PRBRKAPP)
TOTAL%
0) None144479.9
1) One27315.1
2) Two or more905.0
TOTAL1807100.0
186) Post - coversheet if contact persons resisted, was the respondent the contact person who gave resistance? (PRCNTCR)
TOTAL%
0) INAP158587.7
1) Yes1528.4
5) No150.8
9) NA553.0
TOTAL1807100.0
187) Summary: Did R resist (PRRESIS1)
TOTAL%
0) INAP1317.2
1) Yes, some resistance identified1528.4
5) No resistance identified145480.5
9) NA703.9
TOTAL1807100.0
188) If R was not the contact person resistance from R - surveys waste of time; previous bad experience (PRRESIS2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
189) If R was not the contact person post-coversheet contact description item resistance from R - too personal (PRRESIS3)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
190) If R was not the contact person post-coversheet contact description item resistance from R - confidentiality (PRRESIS4)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
191) If R was not the contact person post-coversheet contact description resistance from R - not interested in politics (PRRESIS5)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
192) If R was not the contact person resistance from R - too busy (PRRESIS6)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
193) If R was not the contact person resistance from R - poor health (PRRESIS7)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
194) If R was not the contact person contact description item: Resistance from R - other (PRRESIS8)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179299.2
9) NA150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
195) Were you ever able to make contact with someone at this housing unit? (PEVCNTCT)
TOTAL%
0) INAP120.7
1) Yes176097.4
5) No351.9
TOTAL1807100.0
196) Did you ever have any contact with the respondent? (PEVCNTC)
TOTAL%
0) INAP120.7
1) Yes172295.3
5) No703.9
9) NA30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
197) What was the reason for no contact? [1 Nobody home at any call; no info about household could be obtained; 2 All occupants away during entire study period (i.e., long vacation, illness); info obtained from neighbor, manager etc.; 3 Nobody answered door but think someone in household unit [FTF: When visits made]; 4 Could not obtain access to HU; 7 Other (specify; 9 NA; 0. INAP) (NCREASON)
TOTAL%
0) 177098.0
1) 140.8
2) 10.1
3) 10.1
4) 10.1
7) 150.8
9) 50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
198) If FTF mode: CSMS interviewer evaluation what is the estimated income of R's household? (PESTINC)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, phone mode80144.3
1) Under $10,000985.4
2) $10,000-25,00020111.1
3) $25,000-50,00026314.6
4) $50,000-105,00024713.7
5) $105,000 and above724.0
8) DK492.7
9) NA764.2
TOTAL1807100.0
199) If FTF mode: CSMS Interviewer evaluation what is the race of R's household? (PESTRACE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, phone mode80144.3
1) White75942.0
2) Black1337.4
3) American Indian40.2
4) Asian170.9
7) Other362.0
8) DK20.1
9) NA553.0
TOTAL1807100.0
200) If face-to-face mode: If interviewer has identified race of household: CSMS interviewer evaluation is this definite or probable? (PCRTRACE)
TOTAL%
0) INAP85847.5
1) Definite91250.5
5) Probable311.7
9) NA60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
201) If face-to-face mode: CSMS interviewer evaluation: is R or R's household of Hispanic origin? (PHISPHH)
TOTAL%
0) INAP, phone mode80144.3
1) Yes854.7
5) No86047.6
8) DK60.3
9) NA553.0
TOTAL1807100.0
202) If face-to-face mode: If interviewer has identified Hispanic status of R/R's household: CSMS interviewer evaluation: Is this definite or probable? (PCERTHHH)
TOTAL%
0) INAP86247.7
1) Definite90850.2
5) Probable331.8
9) NA40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
203) Post: Interviewer of record ID 9999 NA (PINTVREC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18075209.4072219
204) Post: Supervisor ID 9999. NA (PSPVSR)
TOTAL%
3548) 41422.9
4529) 19911.0
6840) 80144.3
7356) 39221.7
9999) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
205) Post: Interviewer gender (PINTGEND)
TOTAL%
1) Male20011.1
2) Female160688.9
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
206) Post: Interviewer education (PINTVEDU)
TOTAL%
3) High school graduate38521.3
4) Some college59633.0
5) College degree53329.5
6) Master's degree25414.1
9) NA392.2
TOTAL1807100.0
207) Post: Interviewer race (PINTVRAC)
TOTAL%
1) White173395.9
2) Black462.5
7) Other281.5
TOTAL1807100.0
208) Post: Interviewer ethnicity (PINTVETH)
TOTAL%
0) No ethnic identity coded157787.3
1) Hispanic673.7
7) Other1639.0
TOTAL1807100.0
209) Post: Interviewer languages this variable is not available in 2000. (PINTVLAN)
TOTAL%
0) 1807100.0
TOTAL1807100.0
210) Post: Years interviewer experience interviewer's years of experience and: 99. NA; INAP, no post IW (PINTEXPN)
TOTAL%
0) 44524.6
1) 39121.6
2) 1618.9
3) 20511.3
4) 201.1
5) 1769.7
6) 663.7
7) 683.8
8) 362.0
9) 683.8
10) 372.0
11) 281.5
12) 422.3
13) 191.1
14) 30.2
15) 291.6
17) 120.7
99) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
211) Post: Interviewer age (PINTAGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-34 Years1146.3
2) 35-40 Years18710.3
3) 41-45 Years26014.4
4) 46-50 Years29716.4
5) 51-55 Years25514.1
6) 56-60 Years31117.2
7) 51-64 Years1427.9
8) 65-79 Years24013.3
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
212) House race type: [Democratic incumbent running 12 Dem incumbent running -- Republican challenger 13 Dem incumbent running -- other challenger 14 Dem incumbent running - unopposed 19 Dem incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers Republican incumbent running 21 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic challenger 23 Rep incumbent running -- other challenger 24 Rep incumbent running - unopposed 29 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers other incumbent running 31 Other incumbent running -- Democratic challenger 32 Other incumbent running -- Republican challenger 34 Other incumbent running - unopposed 35 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and Republican challengers 36 Other incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers 37 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers 39 Other incumbent running -- Democratic, Republican, other challs no incumbent running 51 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed 52 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed 53 Dem incumbent not running -- other candidate unopposed 55 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands 56 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands 57 DEM incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands 59 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands 61 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed 62 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed 63 Rep incumbent not running -- other candidate unopposed 65 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands 66 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands 67 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands 69 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands 96 1 in post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases 99 NA; 00 Washington DC) (PCHRTYPE)
TOTAL%
0) 40.2
12) 63235.0
13) 30.2
14) 1116.1
19) 120.7
21) 71739.7
23) 90.5
24) 1267.0
29) 80.4
31) 30.2
32) 10.1
55) 251.4
65) 1528.4
96) 30.2
99) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
213) Retiring House representative name (RETRNAME)
214) Retiring House representative code [41 Democratic representative--retiring (district with open race; 42 Republican representative--retiring (district with open race; 96 1 in post-summary.22 (error in CD identification; 3 cases); 99. NA; 00. No retiring House representative; Washington DC] (RETRCODE)
TOTAL%
0) 162690.0
41) 251.4
42) 1528.4
96) 30.2
99) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
215) Retiring House representative gender (RETRGNDR)
TOTAL%
0) No retiring House representative; Washington DC162690.0
1) Male1417.8
2) Female362.0
8) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
216) Winner of 2000 House election in R's district of interview (HEWINNER)
TOTAL%
0) Washington, D.C.40.2
31) Democratic candidate in open race422.3
32) Republican candidate in open race1357.5
33) Democratic incumbent75341.7
34) Republican incumbent82345.5
35) Democratic challenger372.0
36) Republican challenger50.3
39) Independent/3rd party nonincumbent candidate40.2
99) NA (R's correct district not determined, 96 or 99 in Pre-sample. 1)40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
217) Winner of 2000 Senate election in R's state of interview - [09 Third party or Independent Senate candidate -incumbent; 10 Third party or Independent Senate candidate - nonincumbent; 08 Third party or Independent Senate candidate -- 2nd nonincumbent; 11 Democratic candidate in open Senate race; 12 Republican candidate in open Senate race; 13 Democratic Senate incumbent; 14 Republican Senate incumbent; 15 Democratic Senate challenger; 16 Republican Senate challenger; 99. NA (R's correct district not determined, 96 or 99 in Pre-sample); 00. No race in state; Washington CD] (SENWINN)
TOTAL%
0) 41723.1
11) 25113.9
12) 50.3
13) 42023.2
14) 41122.7
15) 1598.8
16) 915.0
31) 20.1
33) 362.0
35) 110.6
99) 40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
218) Competitiveness of House race in 1998 in respondent's district 1998 districts were stratified for competitiveness by the winning margin of the elected candidate. (CDCOMPET)
TOTAL%
1) Least competitive37520.8
2) 30016.6
3) 36120.0
4) 36220.0
5) Most competitive40122.2
9) NA80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
219) Open seat in R's district in 1998? (SEATOP98)
TOTAL%
0) No169793.9
1) Yes1025.6
9) NA80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
220) House Democratic candidate name (HDCANNAM)
221) House Democratic candidate code (HDCANCOD)
TOTAL%
0) No Democratic candidate; Washington DC1407.7
31) Democratic candidate in open House race18010.0
33) Democratic House incumbent75841.9
35) Democratic House challenger72540.1
96) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
222) House Democratic candidate gender (HDCANGN)
TOTAL%
0) No Democratic House candidate; Washington DC1407.7
1) Male136775.7
2) Female29616.4
8) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
223) House Republican candidate name (HRCANNAM)
224) House Republican candidate code (HRCANCO)
TOTAL%
0) No Republican House candidate; Washington DC1216.7
32) Republican candidate in open House race1789.9
34) Republican House incumbent86047.6
36) Republican House challenger64435.6
96) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
225) House Republican candidate gender (HRCANGND)
TOTAL%
0) No Republican House candidate; Washington DC1216.7
1) Male157487.1
2) Female1086.0
8) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
226) House Independent/third party candidate name (HICANNA)
227) House Independent/third party candidate code (HICANCO)
TOTAL%
0) No Independent/third party House candidate; Washington DC176797.8
30) Third party or Independent House candidate--nonincumbent321.8
39) Third party or Independent House candidate--incumbent40.2
96) Error in CD identification30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
228) House Independent/third party candidate party (HICANPR)
229) House Independent/third party candidate gender (HICANGND)
TOTAL%
0) No Independent/third party House candidate; Washington DC176797.8
1) Male362.0
8) Error in CD identification30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
230) Senate race type: [12 Dem incumbent running -- Republican challenger; 13 Dem incumbent running -- other challenger; 14 Dem incumbent running - unopposed; 19 Dem incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers; 21 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic challenger; 23 Rep incumbent running -- other challenger; 24 Rep incumbent running - unopposed; 29 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers; 31 Other incumbent running -- Democratic challenger; 32 Other incumbent running -- Republican challenger; 34 Other incumbent running - unopposed; 35 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and Republican challengers; 36 Other incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers; 37 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers; 39 Other incumbent running -- Democratic, Republican, other challs no incumbent running; 51 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed; 52 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed; 53 Dem incumbent not running -- other candidate unopposed; 55 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands; 56 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands; 57 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands; 59 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands; 61 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed; 62 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed; 63 Rep incumbent not running -- other candidate unopposed; 65 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican CANDS; 66 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands; 67 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands; 69 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands no race in state; 81 Democratic incumbents, no race in state; 82 Republican incumbents, no race in state; 85 Democratic and Republican incumbents, no race in state; 96 code 1 in post-summary; 99 NA; 00 Washington DC (SENRACT)
TOTAL%
0) 40.2
12) 25614.2
19) 25514.1
21) 58432.3
23) 130.7
24) 221.2
55) 1649.1
69) 925.1
81) 583.2
82) 1659.1
85) 19010.5
96) 30.2
99) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
231) Senate Democratic candidate name (SDCANNAM)
232) Senate Democratic candidate code (SDCANCO)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Democratic Senate candidate; Washington45225.0
11) Democratic candidate in open Senate race25614.2
13) Democratic Senate incumbent51128.3
15) Democratic Senate challenger58432.3
96) Error in CD identification30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
233) Senate Democratic candidate gender (SDCANGD)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Democratic Senate candidate; Washington45225.0
1) Male92451.1
2) Female42723.6
8) Error in CD identification30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
234) Senate Republican candidate name (SRCANNAM)
235) Senate Republican candidate code (SRCANCOD)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Republican Senate candidate; Washington41723.1
12) Republican candidate in open Senate race25614.2
14) Republican Senate incumbent61934.3
16) Republican Senate challenger51128.3
96) Error in CD identification30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
236) Senate Republican candidate gender (SRCANGN)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Republican Senate candidate; Washington41723.1
1) Male124568.9
2) Female1417.8
8) Error in CD identification30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
237) Senate Independent/third party 1 - candidate name (SICANNAM)
238) Senate Independent/third party 1 - candidate code (SICANCOD)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Independent/third party Senate candidate144379.9
10) Third party or Independent Senate candidate --nonincumbent36019.9
96) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
239) Senate Independent/third party 1 - candidate party (SICANPRT)
240) Senate Independent/third party 1 - candidate gender (SICANGN)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Independent/third party Senate candidate144379.9
1) Male1096.0
2) Female25113.9
8) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
241) Senate Independent/third party 2 - candidate name (SI2CANN)
242) Senate Independent/third party 2 - candidate code (SI2CANCO)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Independent/third party Senate candidate161289.2
8) Third party or Independent Senate candidate --2nd nonincumbent19110.6
96) 1 In post-summary30.2
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
243) Senate Independent/third party 2 - candidate party (SI2CANPR)
244) Senate Independent/third party 2 - candidate gender (SI2CANGN)
TOTAL%
0) No race in state; no Independent/third party Senate candidate161289.2
2) Female19110.6
8) 1 In post-summary (error in CD identification; 3 cases)30.2
9) NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
245) House Democratic candidate name - vote outside CD of IW (OHDEMNAM)
246) House Democratic candidate code - vote outside CD of IW (OHDEMCOD)
TOTAL%
0) 0,8,9 In presample (VOTEOUTC)178598.8
31) Democratic candidate in open House race30.2
33) Democratic House incumbent90.5
35) Democratic House challenger20.1
99) Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state)80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
247) House Democratic candidate gender - vote outside CD of IW (OHDEMGND)
TOTAL%
0) INAP178598.8
1) Male110.6
2) Female30.2
9) Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state)80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
248) House Republican candidate name - vote outside CD of IW (OHREPNAM)
249) House Republican candidate code - vote outside CD of IW (OHREPCO)
TOTAL%
0) 0,8,9 In presample 7.(VOTEOUTC)178598.8
32) Republican candidate in open House race30.2
34) Republican House incumbent20.1
36) Republican House challenger90.5
99) Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state)80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
250) House Republican candidate gender - vote outside CD of IW (OHRPGNDR)
TOTAL%
0) INAP178598.8
1) Male110.6
2) Female30.2
9) Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state)80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
251) House Independent/third party candidate code - vote outside CD of IW (OHINDCD)
TOTAL%
0) INAP178598.8
96) NO Independent/3rd party candidate in 'outside' CD140.8
99) Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state)80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
252) House Independent/third party candidate gender - vote outside CD of IW (OHINDGN)
TOTAL%
0) INAP178598.8
8) No Independent/3rd party candidate in 'outside' CD140.8
9) Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state)80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
253) House race type - vote outside state of IW [12 Dem incumbent running -- Republican challenger; 13 Dem incumbent running -- other challenger; 14 Dem incumbent running - unopposed; 19 Dem incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers; 21 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic challenger; 23 Rep incumbent running -- other challenger; 24 Rep incumbent running - unopposed; 29 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers; 31 Other incumbent running -- Democratic challenger; 32 other incumbent running -- Republican challenger; 34 Other incumbent running - unopposed; 35 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and Republican challengers; 36 Other incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers; 37 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers; 39 Other incumbent running -- Democratic, Republican, other challs no incumbent running; 51 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed; 52 Dem incumbent not RUNNING -- Republican candidate unopposed; 53 Dem incumbent not running -- other candidate unopposed; 55 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands; 56 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands; 57 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands; 59 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands; 61 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed; 62 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed; 63 Rep incumbent not running -- Other candidate unopposed; 65 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands; 66 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands; 67 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands; 69 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands; 96 Washington DC; 99. Does not have the exact CD of outside vote identified (outside state. 00. INAP)] (OHRACET)
TOTAL%
0) 178598.8
12) 90.5
21) 20.1
55) 10.1
65) 20.1
99) 80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
254) Senate race type - vote outside state of IW [12 Dem incumbent running -- Republican challenger; 13 Dem incumbent running -- other challenger; 14 Dem incumbent running - unopposed; 19 Dem incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers; 21 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic challenger; 23 Rep incumbent running -- Other challenger; 24 Rep incumbent running - unopposed; 29 Rep incumbent running -- Democratic and other challengers; 31 Other incumbent running -- Democratic challenger; 32 Other incumbent running -- Republican challenger; 34 Other incumbent running - unopposed; 35 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and Republican challengers; 36 Other incumbent running -- Republican and other challengers; 37 Other incumbent running -- Democratic and other Challengers; 39 Other incumbent running -- Democratic, Republican, other challs; 51 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic candidate unopposed; 52 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed; 53 Dem incumbent not running -- Other candidate unopposed; 55 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands; 56 Dem incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands; 57 Dem incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands; 59 Dem Incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, other cands; 61 Rep incumbent not RUNNING -- Democratic candidate unopposed; 62 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican candidate unopposed; 63 Rep incumbent not running -- Other candidate unopposed; 65 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and Republican cands; 66 Rep incumbent not running -- Republican and other cands; 67 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic and other cands; 69 Rep incumbent not running -- Democratic, Republican, Other cands; 81 Democratic incumbents, no race in state; 82 Republican incumbents, no race in state; 85 Democratic and Republican incumbents, no race in state; 96 Washington DC; 99. R vote in another district but not another state; 00. INAP] (OSRACET)
TOTAL%
0) 178598.8
12) 20.1
19) 10.1
21) 30.2
69) 10.1
85) 30.2
99) 120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
255) Senate Democratic candidate name - vote outside state of IW (OSSDNME)
256) Senate Democratic candidate code - vote outside state of IW (OSDEMCD)
TOTAL%
0) R did not vote outside state of IW; Washington DC178598.8
11) Democratic candidate in open Senate race10.1
13) Democratic Senate incumbent30.2
15) Democratic Senate challenger30.2
96) No race in state; no Democratic candidate30.2
99) R voted in another district but not another state120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
257) Senate Democratic candidate gender - vote outside state of IW (OSDEMGR)
TOTAL%
0) R did not vote outside state of IW; R voted in another district179799.4
1) Male40.2
2) Female30.2
9) No race in state; no Democratic candidate30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
258) Senate Republican candidate name - vote outside state of IW (OSREPNM)
259) Senate Republican candidate code - vote outside state of IW (OSREPCD)
TOTAL%
0) R did not vote outside state of IW; Washington DC178598.8
12) Republican candidate in open Senate race10.1
14) Republican Senate incumbent30.2
16) Republican Senate challenger30.2
96) No race in state; no Republican candidate30.2
99) R voted in another district but not another state120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
260) Senate Republican candidate gender - vote outside state of IW (OSREPGN)
TOTAL%
0) R did not vote outside state of IW; R voted in another district179799.4
1) Male70.4
9) No race in state; no Democratic candidate30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
261) Senate Independent/third party 1 - candidate name - vote outside state of IW (OSSINM1)
262) Senate Independent/third party 1 - candidate code - vote outside state of IW (OSINDCD1)
TOTAL%
0) R did not vote outside state of IW; Washington DC178598.8
10) Third party or Independent Senate candidate --nonincumbent20.1
96) No race in state; no Independent/3rd party candidate80.4
99) R voted in another district but not another state120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
263) Senate independent/third party 1 - candidate gender - vote outside state of IW [9 - No race in state; no Independent/3rd party candidate. 0 - R did not vote outside state of IW; R voted in another district but not another state; Washington DC] (OSINDGD1)
TOTAL%
0) INAP179799.4
1) Male10.1
2) Female10.1
9) No race in state; no Independent/3rd party candidate80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
264) Senate Independent/third party 2 -candidate name - vote outside state of IW (OSSINM2)
265) Senate Independent/third party 2 - Candidate code - vote outside state of IW - 08 Third party or Independent Senate candidate -- 2nd nonincumbent; 96 No race in state; no Independent/3rd party candidate; no second Independent/3rd party candidate; 99. R voted in another district but not another state; 00. R did not vote outside state of IW; Washington DC (OSINDCD2)
TOTAL%
0) 178598.8
8) 10.1
96) 90.5
99) 120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
266) Senate Independent/third party 2 - candidate gender - vote outside state of IW [9 - No race in state; no Independent/3rd party candidate; no second Independent/3rd party candidate. 0 - R did not vote outside state of IW; R voted in another district but not another state; Washington DC] (OSINDG2)
TOTAL%
0) 179799.4
2) Female10.1
9) 90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
267) Post section timing - section A - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSATIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.44647
268) Post section timing - section B - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSBTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.59447
269) Post section timing - section C - 999.99 NA - 000.00 No post IW (PSCTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.8147
270) Post section timing - section D - 999.99 NA - 000.00 No post IW (PSDTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18077.76947
271) Post section timing - section E - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSETIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.82947
272) Post section timing - section F - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSFTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.4747
273) Post section timing - section G - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSGTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18076.14647
274) Post section timing - section H - 999.99 NA; 000.00 Administered in pre; no post IW (PSHTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18072.70747
275) Post section timing - section J - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSJTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18076.61347
276) Post section timing - section K - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSKTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180710.50847
277) Post section timing - section L - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSLTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.83247
278) Post section timing - section M - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSMTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.43947
279) Post section timing - section N - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSNTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.77147
280) Post section timing - section P - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSPTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.48147
281) Post section timing - section Q - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSQTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18075.0547
282) Post section timing - section R - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSRTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18076.44947
283) Post section timing - section S - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSSTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.32647
284) Post section timing - section T - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSTTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.59247
285) Post section timing - section V - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSVTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18074.03147
286) Post section timing - section Y - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSYTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18073.49247
287) Post section timing - section Z - 999.99 NA; 000.00 No post IW (PSZTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18077.03357
288) Post: Wrong CD administered (preloaded) (PSWRNGCD)
TOTAL%
0) No misidentification of CD155385.9
1) Wrong CD identified30.2
9) No post IW25113.9
TOTAL1807100.0
289) Post: Type of error in preload (TEPRLOAD)
TOTAL%
0) No error in preload155085.8
1) Wrong Senate type race preloaded (WV, 3 cases)30.2
2) Wrong CD30.2
9) No post IW25113.9
TOTAL1807100.0
290) Post: Flag - randomization failure in post admin (FPRNFAIL)
TOTAL%
0) No post randomization failure105158.2
1) Post randomization failure in at least a portion of the interview50427.9
9) No post IW25213.9
TOTAL1807100.0
291) Some people don't pay much attention to political campaigns. How about you? Would you say that you have been very much interested, somewhat interested or not much interested in the political campaigns so far this year? (ATTNCAMP)
TOTAL%
1) Very much interested52529.1
3) Somewhat interested88649.0
5) Not much interested39621.9
TOTAL1807100.0
292) Generally speaking, would you say that you personally care a good deal who wins the presidential election this fall, or that you don't care very much who wins? (CAREPLEC)
TOTAL%
1) Care a good deal140277.6
3) Don't care very much39722.0
8) Don't know80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
293) In 1996 Bill Clinton ran on the Democratic ticket against Bob Dole for the Republicans, and Ross Perot as an Independent candidate. Do you remember for sure whether or not you voted in that election? (VOTEN96)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, voted126470.0
5) No, didn't vote53029.3
8) Don't know120.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
294) (If voted in 1996) Which one did you vote for? (WHOIN96)
TOTAL%
0) INAP54330.0
1) Bill Clinton66536.8
3) Bob Dole40822.6
5) Ross Perot1387.6
7) Other (specify)271.5
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refused170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
295) Is there anything in particular about Vice President Al Gore that might make you want to vote for him? (LIKEGORE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes91250.5
5) No87848.6
8) Don't know130.7
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
296) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Gore: Mention 1 - Gore 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREP1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807384.524842
297) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Gore: Mention 2- Gore 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREP2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807228.144369
298) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Gore: Mention 3- Gore 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREP3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807152.339324
299) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Gore: Mention 4- Gore 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREP4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180784.65253
300) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Gore: Mention 5- Gore 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREP5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180747.395195
301) Is there anything in particular about Al Gore that might make you want to vote against him? (DLIKGORE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes86047.6
5) No93451.7
8) Don't know100.6
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
302) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Gore: Mention 1 - Gore 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREN1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807367.893989
303) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Gore: Mention 2- Gore 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREN2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807183.584322
304) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Gore: Mention 3- Gore 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREN3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807101.3260
305) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Gore: Mention 4- Gore 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREN4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180753.063201
306) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Gore: Mention 5- Gore 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (GOREN5)
TOTAL%
0) 174296.4
201) 10.1
223) 10.1
313) 20.1
402) 20.1
404) 10.1
414) 10.1
424) 10.1
431) 10.1
441) 10.1
446) 20.1
462) 10.1
500) 10.1
505) 20.1
508) 40.2
513) 10.1
542) 10.1
555) 10.1
604) 10.1
606) 10.1
610) 10.1
614) 40.2
702) 30.2
735) 30.2
801) 70.4
805) 20.1
836) 10.1
842) 10.1
901) 10.1
903) 10.1
906) 10.1
923) 10.1
931) 10.1
933) 10.1
962) 10.1
964) 10.1
981) 10.1
985) 10.1
1026) 10.1
1042) 10.1
1056) 10.1
1107) 10.1
1112) 10.1
1206) 10.1
1209) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
307) Is there anything in particular about Texas Governor George W. Bush that might make you want to vote for him? (LIKEBUSH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes82245.5
5) No97053.7
8) Don't know130.7
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
308) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about GW Bush: Mention 1 - Bush 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHP1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807342.142790
309) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about GW Bush: Mention 2- Bush 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHP2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807198.857343
310) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about GW Bush: Mention 3- Bush 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHP3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807116.286285
311) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about GW Bush: Mention 4- Bush 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHP4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180765.37221
312) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about GW Bush: Mention 5- Bush 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHP5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180738.414175
313) Is there anything in particular about George W. Bush that might make you want to vote against him? (DLIKBUSH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes88549.0
5) No89949.8
8) Don't know201.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
314) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about GW Bush: Mention 1 - Bush 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHN1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807354.861783
315) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about GW Bush: Mention 2 - Bush 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHN2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807209.678365
316) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about GW Bush: Mention 3 - Bush 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHN3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807125.928306
317) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about GW Bush: Mention 4 - Bush 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHN4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180767.534236
318) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about GW Bush: Mention 5 - Bush 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] (BUSHN5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180733.972166
319) How many days in the past week did you watch the national network news on TV? (DAYSNEWS)
TOTAL%
0) None48326.7
1) One day1659.1
2) Two days20111.1
3) Three days1799.9
4) Four days995.5
5) Five days1357.5
6) Six days271.5
7) Every day51528.5
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
320) How much attention do you pay to news on national news shows about the campaign for President - a great deal, quite a bit, some, very little, or none? (ATTNNEWS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP48626.9
1) A great deal23513.0
2) Quite a bit36420.1
3) Some51328.4
4) Very little19010.5
5) None191.1
TOTAL1807100.0
321) How many days in the past week did you watch the local TV news shows such as Eyewitness News or Action News in the late afternoon or early-evening? (EARLNEWS)
TOTAL%
0) None56231.1
1) One day1106.1
2) Two days1769.7
3) Three days1407.7
4) Four days1156.4
5) Five days1639.0
6) Six days221.2
7) Every day51928.7
TOTAL1807100.0
322) How many days in the past week did you watch the local TV news shows in the late evening? (LATENEWS)
TOTAL%
0) None72740.2
1) One day1307.2
2) Two days18210.1
3) Three days1578.7
4) Four days1065.9
5) Five days1277.0
6) Six days392.2
7) Every day33818.7
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
323) How much attention do you pay to news on local news shows about the campaign for President -- a great deal, quite a bit, some, very little, or none? (ATTLNEWS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP32718.1
1) A great deal19210.6
2) Quite a bit31617.5
3) Some55830.9
4) Very little34719.2
5) None673.7
TOTAL1807100.0
324) Do you have either cable or satellite television? (CABSATLL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes141878.5
5) No38921.5
TOTAL1807100.0
325) How many days in the past week did you read a daily newspaper? (READPAPR)
TOTAL%
0) None46825.9
1) One day21612.0
2) Two days18110.0
3) Three days1307.2
4) Four days744.1
5) Five days925.1
6) Six days362.0
7) Every day61033.8
TOTAL1807100.0
326) Did you read about the campaign in any newspaper? (READCAMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP46825.9
1) Yes79043.7
5) No54830.3
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
327) How much attention do you pay to newspaper articles about the campaign for President - a great deal, quite a bit, some, very little, or none? (ATTNEWSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP101756.3
1) A great deal1216.7
2) Quite a bit20211.2
3) Some35219.5
4) Very little1075.9
5) None80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
328) Do you recall seeing any ads for political candidates on television this fall? (TVADS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes137776.2
5) No42723.6
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
329) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling his job as President? (CLINAP)
TOTAL%
1) Approve117765.1
5) Disapprove56531.3
8) Don't know553.0
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
330) Strength of R's approval/disapproval for the way Bill Clinton is handling his job as President (CLINTST)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP653.6
1) Strongly114563.4
5) Not strongly58732.5
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
331) Summary approval/disapproval for the way Bill Clinton is handling his job (CLINTSD)
TOTAL%
1) Approve strongly74541.2
2) Approve not strongly42523.5
4) Disapprove not strongly1629.0
5) Disapprove strongly40022.1
8) Don't know633.5
9) Refused120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
332) As you know, representatives to Congress in Washington are being chosen in this election from congressional districts all around the country. How much would you say that you personally care about the way the election to the U.S. House of Representatives comes out: do you care very much, pretty much, not very much or not at all? (HSECARE)
TOTAL%
1) Very much50127.7
2) Pretty much66937.0
3) Not very much47526.3
4) Not at all1558.6
8) Don't know70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
333) Do you happen to remember the names of the candidates for Congress -- that is, for the House of Representatives in Washington -- who are running in the November election from this district? (HSECAN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52629.1
5) No127770.7
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
334) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who are they? 1st Recalled House candidate name [31. Democratic candidate in open race; 32. Republican candidate in open race; 33. Democratic incumbent; 34 Republican incumbent; 35 Democratic challenger; 36 Republican challenger; 97 Name not on candidate list.] (HCNAME)
TOTAL%
0) 128170.9
31) 60.3
32) 150.8
33) 1045.8
34) 1337.4
35) 80.4
36) 110.6
97) 23412.9
98) 150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
335) If R recalls names of House candidates: What is [NAME'S] party? Recalled party of first recalled candidate (HCPARTY)
TOTAL%
0) INAP128170.9
1) Democrat24513.6
2) Republican23813.2
7) Other party201.1
8) Don't know231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
336) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who were they? Actual party - 1st recalled candidate (HCPARTYA)
TOTAL%
0) INAP128170.9
1) Democrat1186.5
2) Republican1598.8
7) Other party23412.9
8) Don't know150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
337) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who were they? What is [NAME'S] party? 1st recall accuracy; [0 INAP; 1 Valid candidate name given and correct party associated with name; 2. Valid candidate name given but incorrect party associated with name; 3. Valid candidate name given, Don't know or NA for party associated with name; 4. Invalid candidate name given with any mention of party associated with name; 5. Invalid candidate name given with Don't know or NA for party associated with name; 6. No candidate name given (Don't know or NA) -- any party mention; 7. No candidate name given (Don't know) -- Don't know or NA for party; 9 No answer] (HCPARAC)
TOTAL%
0) INAP128170.9
1) +NM, +PTY24113.3
2) +NM, -PTY251.4
3) +NM, Don't know PT110.6
4) -NM, PTY22212.3
5) -NM, Don't know PT120.7
6) No candidate150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
338) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who are they? 2nd Recalled House candidate name [31. Democratic candidate in open race; 32. Republican candidate in open race; 33. Democratic incumbent; 34. Republican incumbent; 35. Democratic challenger; 36. Republican challenger; 97. Name not on candidate list.] (HSECAN2)
TOTAL%
0) 152084.1
31) 60.3
32) 40.2
33) 160.9
34) 140.8
35) 231.3
36) 160.9
97) 1417.8
98) 673.7
TOTAL1807100.0
339) If R recalls names of House candidates: What is [NAME'S] party? Recalled party of second recalled candidate (HCPARTY2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP152184.2
1) Democrat1216.7
2) Republican1206.6
7) Other party351.9
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
340) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who were they? Actual party - 2nd recalled candidate (HCPARR2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP152084.1
1) Democrat452.5
2) Republican341.9
7) Other party1417.8
8) Don't know673.7
TOTAL1807100.0
341) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who were they? What is [NAME'S] party? 2nd Recall accuracy; [0. INAP; 1. Valid candidate name given and correct party associated with name; 2. Valid candidate name given but incorrect party associated with name; 3. Valid candidate name given, Don't know or NA for party associated with name; 4. Invalid candidate name given with any mention of party associated with name; 5. Invalid candidate name given with Don't know or NA for party associated with name; 6. No candidate name given (Don't know or NA) -- any party mention; 7. No candidate name given (Don't know) -- Don't know or NA for party; 9. No answer] (HCPARAC2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP152084.1
1) +NM, +PTY683.8
2) +NM, -PTY90.5
3) +NM, Don't know PT20.1
4) -NM, PTY1327.3
5) -NM, Don't know PT90.5
6) No candidate673.7
TOTAL1807100.0
342) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who are they? 3rd Recalled House candidate name [31. Democratic candidate in open race; 32. Republican candidate in open race; 33. Democratic incumbent; 34. Republican incumbent; 35. Democratic challenger; 36. Republican challenger; 97. Name not on candidate list.] (HSECAN3)
TOTAL%
0) 172895.6
32) 10.1
33) 10.1
34) 50.3
35) 10.1
97) 382.1
98) 331.8
TOTAL1807100.0
343) If R recalls names of House candidates: What is [NAME'S] party? Recalled party of third recalled candidate (HCPART3)
TOTAL%
0) INAP173295.8
1) Democrat281.5
2) Republican140.8
7) Other party311.7
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
344) IF R recalls names of House candidates: who were they? Actual party - 3rd recalled candidate (HCPARTR3)
TOTAL%
0) Know name and DK/NA party; NA/RF172895.6
1) Democratic candidate20.1
2) Republican candidate60.3
7) Name given not on candidate list382.1
8) Don't know name but know party331.8
TOTAL1807100.0
345) If R recalls names of House candidates: Who were they? What is [NAME'S] party? 3rd Recall accuracy; [0. INAP; 1. Valid candidate name given and correct party associated with name; 2. Valid candidate name given but incorrect party associated with name; 3. Valid candidate name given, Don't know or NA for party associated with name; 4 Invalid candidate name given with any mention of party associated with name; 5 Invalid candidate name given with Don't know or NA for party associated with name; 6 No candidate name given (Don't know or NA) -- any party mention; 7 No candidate name given (Don't know) -- Don't know or NA for party; 9 No answer] (HCPARTC3)
TOTAL%
0) INAP172895.6
1) +NM, +PTY70.4
2) +NM, -PTY10.1
4) -NM, PTY321.8
5) -NM, Don't know PT60.3
6) No candidate331.8
TOTAL1807100.0
346) Do you approve or disapprove of the way the U.S. Congress has been handling its job? (CONGJAPP)
TOTAL%
1) Approve93351.6
5) Disapprove61734.1
8) Don't know24613.6
9) Refused110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
347) R's strength of approval/disapproval of the way Congress has been handling its job (CONGJSAP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP25714.2
1) Strongly60333.4
5) Not strongly94752.4
TOTAL1807100.0
348) Summary of R's approval/disapproval of the way Congress has been handling its job (CONGAPSU)
TOTAL%
1) Approve strongly28515.8
2) Approve not strongly64835.9
4) Disapprove not strongly29916.5
5) Disapprove not strongly31817.6
8) Don't know24613.6
9) Refused110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
349) Thermometer rating: Bill Clinton [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (CLINTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 1719.5
1) 30.2
2) 30.2
3) 40.2
5) 80.4
7) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 271.5
12) 10.1
15) 693.8
20) 211.2
25) 422.3
28) 10.1
30) 1045.8
31) 10.1
32) 10.1
33) 10.1
35) 40.2
40) 1116.1
42) 10.1
45) 60.3
46) 10.1
47) 10.1
48) 20.1
49) 60.3
50) 19510.8
51) 20.1
52) 10.1
55) 90.5
58) 10.1
60) 1649.1
65) 170.9
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
70) 23312.9
75) 935.1
78) 10.1
79) 10.1
80) 713.9
85) 22112.2
86) 10.1
87) 10.1
89) 10.1
90) 502.8
93) 10.1
95) 100.6
100) 1287.1
998) 110.6
999) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
350) Thermometer rating: Al Gore [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (GORETHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180774.744128
351) Thermometer rating: George W. Bush [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (BUSHTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 774.3
1) 30.2
2) 50.3
4) 10.1
5) 40.2
6) 10.1
7) 10.1
10) 191.1
15) 482.7
16) 10.1
20) 201.1
25) 301.7
30) 1116.1
35) 120.7
40) 1759.7
45) 70.4
48) 10.1
49) 10.1
50) 30817.0
51) 10.1
52) 50.3
55) 120.7
60) 22012.2
62) 10.1
65) 231.3
66) 10.1
67) 10.1
68) 10.1
69) 10.1
70) 23112.8
75) 663.7
77) 10.1
78) 20.1
79) 10.1
80) 532.9
85) 1689.3
90) 492.7
92) 10.1
95) 130.7
96) 10.1
98) 10.1
99) 10.1
100) 824.5
997) 20.1
998) 412.3
999) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
352) Thermometer rating: Pat Buchanan [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (BUCHTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 1789.9
1) 30.2
2) 60.3
4) 20.1
5) 110.6
8) 10.1
10) 563.1
11) 10.1
12) 10.1
15) 854.7
20) 362.0
25) 241.3
28) 10.1
30) 1297.1
33) 10.1
35) 130.7
40) 1468.1
42) 10.1
44) 10.1
45) 140.8
48) 10.1
49) 30.2
50) 45725.3
52) 10.1
55) 60.3
57) 10.1
58) 10.1
59) 20.1
60) 1528.4
65) 70.4
70) 744.1
73) 10.1
75) 191.1
80) 130.7
85) 231.3
86) 10.1
90) 30.2
99) 10.1
100) 100.6
997) 1246.9
998) 19410.7
999) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
353) Thermometer rating: Ralph Nader [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (NADRTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 653.6
1) 50.3
2) 10.1
3) 10.1
5) 30.2
6) 10.1
10) 191.1
15) 331.8
20) 201.1
22) 10.1
25) 191.1
26) 10.1
30) 744.1
35) 80.4
37) 10.1
38) 10.1
40) 945.2
41) 10.1
45) 100.6
46) 10.1
49) 20.1
50) 39421.8
51) 20.1
52) 20.1
53) 20.1
54) 10.1
55) 130.7
59) 10.1
60) 1779.8
62) 20.1
65) 231.3
70) 1045.8
72) 10.1
75) 472.6
76) 10.1
80) 351.9
83) 20.1
85) 744.1
90) 241.3
95) 80.4
99) 20.1
100) 452.5
997) 25113.9
998) 23312.9
999) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
354) Thermometer rating: John McCain [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (MCCNTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 261.4
1) 10.1
3) 10.1
4) 20.1
5) 50.3
10) 90.5
15) 201.1
20) 60.3
25) 150.8
26) 10.1
30) 442.4
35) 40.2
39) 10.1
40) 784.3
45) 130.7
48) 10.1
49) 10.1
50) 36220.0
51) 20.1
52) 40.2
54) 10.1
55) 221.2
58) 10.1
59) 10.1
60) 24613.6
65) 251.4
70) 23713.1
72) 10.1
75) 553.0
80) 532.9
85) 975.4
90) 271.5
92) 10.1
95) 110.6
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 502.8
997) 19310.7
998) 18510.2
999) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
355) Thermometer rating: Bill Bradley [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (BRDLTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 351.9
1) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 30.2
7) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 80.4
15) 100.6
20) 130.7
25) 170.9
30) 472.6
35) 100.6
40) 915.0
42) 10.1
44) 10.1
45) 90.5
50) 43824.2
51) 10.1
52) 10.1
55) 221.2
59) 10.1
60) 21812.1
65) 170.9
70) 1578.7
72) 10.1
75) 362.0
76) 10.1
78) 10.1
80) 301.7
85) 814.5
90) 211.2
93) 10.1
95) 50.3
97) 10.1
100) 211.2
997) 24813.7
998) 25314.0
999) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
356) Thermometer rating: Joseph Lieberman [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't Know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (LBRMTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 331.8
5) 20.1
8) 20.1
10) 170.9
11) 10.1
15) 261.4
20) 160.9
25) 90.5
27) 10.1
30) 593.3
35) 20.1
37) 10.1
40) 794.4
44) 10.1
45) 191.1
47) 10.1
48) 10.1
49) 10.1
50) 36820.4
51) 10.1
52) 20.1
55) 170.9
60) 1578.7
61) 10.1
65) 221.2
68) 20.1
70) 1699.4
72) 10.1
75) 583.2
77) 10.1
78) 10.1
80) 512.8
82) 10.1
85) 1216.7
86) 10.1
90) 221.2
95) 100.6
97) 10.1
99) 20.1
100) 372.0
997) 23713.1
998) 25013.8
999) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
357) Thermometer rating: Dick Cheney [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (CHNYTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 522.9
2) 20.1
3) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 50.3
10) 80.4
12) 10.1
15) 271.5
20) 150.8
25) 170.9
30) 532.9
35) 60.3
40) 854.7
43) 10.1
44) 10.1
45) 160.9
48) 10.1
49) 20.1
50) 38721.4
52) 20.1
54) 10.1
55) 140.8
56) 10.1
59) 10.1
60) 19110.6
63) 10.1
65) 261.4
70) 1669.2
72) 10.1
75) 512.8
78) 10.1
80) 432.4
83) 10.1
85) 1005.5
86) 10.1
90) 331.8
92) 10.1
95) 60.3
97) 10.1
99) 20.1
100) 482.7
997) 21511.9
998) 21612.0
999) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
358) Thermometer rating: Hillary Clinton [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (HLRYTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 21211.7
1) 70.4
2) 50.3
3) 20.1
4) 10.1
5) 120.7
10) 291.6
15) 834.6
17) 10.1
20) 432.4
25) 221.2
28) 10.1
30) 1086.0
32) 10.1
35) 80.4
40) 1317.2
45) 110.6
49) 20.1
50) 22012.2
51) 20.1
52) 10.1
55) 120.7
60) 1649.1
63) 10.1
65) 281.5
70) 18110.0
71) 10.1
72) 10.1
75) 673.7
80) 573.2
84) 10.1
85) 1639.0
87) 10.1
90) 492.7
93) 10.1
95) 191.1
97) 10.1
99) 20.1
100) 1277.0
995) 50.3
997) 40.2
998) 181.0
999) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
359) Thermometer rating: Democratic Party [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (DEMSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 623.4
1) 20.1
2) 20.1
4) 10.1
5) 30.2
7) 10.1
10) 140.8
15) 462.5
20) 221.2
22) 10.1
25) 301.7
30) 884.9
35) 130.7
40) 1448.0
42) 10.1
45) 150.8
48) 30.2
49) 20.1
50) 31917.7
51) 10.1
52) 30.2
54) 10.1
55) 191.1
59) 10.1
60) 21011.6
62) 20.1
65) 251.4
67) 10.1
70) 19710.9
74) 10.1
75) 824.5
78) 10.1
80) 532.9
85) 18010.0
86) 10.1
90) 341.9
95) 181.0
98) 20.1
100) 1478.1
997) 20.1
998) 553.0
999) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
360) Thermometer rating: Republican Party[997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (REPTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 965.3
1) 20.1
2) 20.1
5) 60.3
10) 201.1
15) 382.1
20) 120.7
25) 191.1
30) 1065.9
32) 10.1
35) 201.1
40) 19210.6
45) 221.2
48) 10.1
49) 20.1
50) 35419.6
51) 10.1
52) 40.2
55) 120.7
59) 10.1
60) 25714.2
65) 321.8
68) 20.1
70) 20111.1
75) 774.3
78) 10.1
80) 553.0
82) 10.1
85) 1075.9
90) 291.6
95) 80.4
99) 10.1
100) 593.3
997) 20.1
998) 623.4
999) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
361) Thermometer rating: Reform Party[997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (REFTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 1156.4
3) 10.1
5) 40.2
10) 261.4
14) 10.1
15) 623.4
18) 10.1
20) 301.7
25) 251.4
30) 1196.6
32) 10.1
35) 70.4
40) 1075.9
45) 80.4
48) 10.1
49) 20.1
50) 54430.1
51) 10.1
52) 10.1
54) 10.1
55) 140.8
60) 1357.5
63) 10.1
65) 120.7
70) 673.7
71) 10.1
75) 140.8
80) 100.6
85) 150.8
90) 20.1
95) 20.1
100) 120.7
997) 1106.1
998) 35219.5
999) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
362) Thermometer rating: Political parties in general [997 R doesn't recognize name; 998 Don't know where to rate; can't judge; 999 No answer, refused] (PRTYTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 553.0
1) 20.1
5) 20.1
10) 110.6
15) 291.6
20) 170.9
25) 160.9
30) 774.3
32) 10.1
35) 70.4
38) 10.1
40) 1598.8
43) 10.1
45) 191.1
48) 20.1
49) 10.1
50) 56231.1
51) 20.1
52) 10.1
55) 211.2
59) 10.1
60) 31917.7
65) 160.9
70) 19010.5
75) 522.9
80) 271.5
85) 673.7
87) 10.1
90) 160.9
99) 10.1
100) 261.4
997) 40.2
998) 975.4
999) 40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
363) Is there anything in particular that you like about the Democratic Party? (DEMLIKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes101856.3
5) No76642.4
8) Don't know201.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
364) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Democratic Party: Mention 1 - Democrat 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM_1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807505.552717
365) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Democratic Party: Mention 2 - Democrat 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM_2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807309.468468
366) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Democratic Party: Mention 3 - Democrat 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM_3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807166.412368
367) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Democratic Party: Mention 4 - Democrat 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM_4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180785.897279
368) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Democratic Party: Mention 5 - Democrat 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM_5)
TOTAL%
0) 173095.7
5) 10.1
17) 10.1
121) 10.1
133) 40.2
171) 10.1
609) 20.1
610) 10.1
801) 50.3
805) 20.1
807) 10.1
829) 10.1
849) 10.1
900) 10.1
901) 20.1
905) 10.1
906) 30.2
907) 20.1
909) 30.2
915) 40.2
924) 30.2
930) 10.1
938) 10.1
962) 10.1
986) 50.3
1002) 10.1
1008) 10.1
1025) 20.1
1026) 30.2
1039) 10.1
1057) 10.1
1102) 10.1
1107) 10.1
1144) 10.1
1155) 10.1
1164) 10.1
1165) 10.1
1203) 20.1
1205) 20.1
1213) 40.2
1221) 10.1
1229) 20.1
1233) 30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
369) Is there anything in particular that you don't like about the Democratic Party? (DEMDLIKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes78243.3
5) No99655.1
8) Don't know251.4
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
370) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Democratic Party: Mention 1 - Democrat 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807330.164694
371) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Democratic Party: Mention 2 - Democrat 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807195.67376
372) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Democratic Party: Mention 3 - Democrat 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180797.339287
373) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Democratic Party: Mention 4 - Democrat 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180740.439185
374) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Democratic Party: Mention 5 - Democrat 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (DEM5)
TOTAL%
0) 175897.3
18) 10.1
19) 20.1
602) 20.1
604) 20.1
606) 20.1
710) 10.1
719) 10.1
731) 10.1
796) 10.1
801) 10.1
803) 10.1
805) 20.1
809) 10.1
828) 20.1
832) 10.1
838) 10.1
905) 10.1
907) 20.1
908) 10.1
923) 10.1
931) 10.1
933) 10.1
963) 20.1
981) 30.2
986) 10.1
1025) 10.1
1047) 10.1
1056) 10.1
1101) 10.1
1103) 10.1
1107) 10.1
1165) 10.1
1201) 20.1
1209) 10.1
1210) 10.1
1214) 10.1
1217) 10.1
1301) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
375) Is there anything in particular that you like about the Republican Party? (REPLIKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes80844.7
5) No97554.0
8) Don't know201.1
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
376) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Republican Party: Mention 1 - Republican 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP_1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807393.02808
377) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Republican Party: Mention 2 - Republican 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP_2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807235.137450
378) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Republican Party: Mention 3 - Republican 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP_3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807127.92320
379) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R likes about Republican Party: Mention 4 - Republican 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP_4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180767.214329
380) (What is that?) if R says there is anything R likes about Republican Party: Mention 5 - Republican 'likes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP_5)
TOTAL%
0) 174896.7
42) 10.1
46) 10.1
52) 10.1
111) 10.1
173) 10.1
601) 10.1
603) 10.1
605) 10.1
607) 10.1
701) 10.1
702) 10.1
801) 30.2
806) 30.2
816) 10.1
827) 20.1
835) 40.2
904) 20.1
907) 20.1
909) 10.1
914) 40.2
915) 10.1
923) 10.1
924) 10.1
929) 10.1
930) 20.1
980) 10.1
987) 10.1
1005) 10.1
1024) 10.1
1025) 20.1
1048) 10.1
1050) 10.1
1054) 10.1
1060) 10.1
1106) 30.2
1123) 10.1
1164) 10.1
1184) 10.1
1194) 10.1
1209) 10.1
1211) 10.1
1213) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
381) Is there anything in particular that you don't like about the Republican Party? (REPDLIKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes91550.6
5) No86748.0
8) Don't know211.2
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
382) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Republican Party: Mention 1 - Republican 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807454.469775
383) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Republican Party: Mention 2 - Republican 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807270.599452
384) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Republican Party: Mention 3 - Republican 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807135.862346
385) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Republican Party: Mention 4 - Republican 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180769.832259
386) (What is that?) If R says there is anything R dislikes about Republican Party: Mention 5 - Republican 'dislikes' [See note 1 in summary] 0 INAP; 8999 Other Misc; 9001 R has been influenced by spouse; 9002 R has been influenced by someone else; 9995 NA; 9998 Don't know; 9999 Refused (REP5)
TOTAL%
0) 174496.5
45) 10.1
51) 10.1
112) 10.1
122) 20.1
134) 10.1
141) 10.1
166) 20.1
602) 20.1
606) 10.1
614) 10.1
801) 20.1
806) 30.2
819) 10.1
836) 10.1
848) 10.1
910) 10.1
916) 20.1
933) 30.2
939) 20.1
964) 20.1
980) 10.1
984) 10.1
985) 10.1
987) 30.2
1015) 10.1
1019) 10.1
1020) 10.1
1025) 10.1
1027) 30.2
1056) 10.1
1058) 20.1
1103) 10.1
1106) 30.2
1115) 10.1
1206) 30.2
1209) 40.2
1218) 10.1
1222) 10.1
1230) 10.1
1243) 10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
387) Do you think it is better when one party controls both the presidency and Congress, better when control is split between the Democrats and Republicans, or doesn't it matter? (DIVGOVPR)
TOTAL%
1) Better when one party controls both42023.2
3) Better when control is split92651.2
5) It doesn't matter42023.2
8) Don't know382.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
388) We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you (and your family) are better off, worse off, or just about the same financially as you were a year ago? (LYRHOW)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP88048.7
1) Better31217.3
3) Worse1307.2
5) The same48226.7
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
389) (Much better or somewhat better?) If R says R is better off financially now than a year ago (LYRBTTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP149582.7
1) Much better1176.5
5) Somewhat better19410.7
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
390) (Much worse or somewhat worse?) If R says R is worse off financially now than a year ago (LYRWRSE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP167792.8
1) Much worse412.3
5) Somewhat worse894.9
TOTAL1807100.0
391) We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you (and your family) are better off, worse off, or just about the same financially as you were a year ago? (ECONSUMM)
TOTAL%
0) INAP88048.7
1) Much better1176.5
2) Somewhat better19410.7
3) Same48226.7
4) Somewhat worse894.9
5) Much worse412.3
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
392) In the past year did you (or anyone in your family) put off medical or dental treatment because you didn't have the money? (MEDDELAY)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP88048.7
1) Yes27815.4
5) No64935.9
TOTAL1807100.0
393) Now looking ahead, do you think that a year from now you (and your family) will be better off financially, worse off, or just about the same as now? (EXPECT1)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP88048.7
1) Better36920.4
3) Worse532.9
5) The same47926.5
8) Don't know261.4
TOTAL1807100.0
394) (Much better or somewhat better?) If R says R expects to be better off financially one year from now (HOWBTTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP143879.6
1) Much better1176.5
5) Somewhat better25113.9
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
395) (Much worse or somewhat worse?) If R says R expects to be worse off financially one year FROM NOW (HOWWORSE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP175497.1
1) Much worse181.0
5) Somewhat worse331.8
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
396) Now looking ahead, do you think that a year from now you (and your family) will be better off financially, worse off, or just about the same as now? (ECONNYR)
TOTAL%
0) INAP90650.1
1) Much better1176.5
2) Somewhat better25113.9
3) Same47926.5
4) Somewhat worse331.8
5) Much worse181.0
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
397) (Think about Al Gore.) Has Al Gore (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Angry? (GOREANG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52429.0
5) No127270.4
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
398) (If yes, Gore has made R angry) How often would you say you've felt angry -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (GOREANG2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP128371.0
1) Very often945.2
2) Fairly often1025.6
3) Occasionally22112.2
4) Rarely1075.9
TOTAL1807100.0
399) (Think about Al Gore.) Has Al Gore (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Hopeful? (GOREHOPE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes85347.2
5) No93451.7
8) Don't know181.0
9) REFUSED20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
400) (If yes, Gore has made R hopeful) How often would you say you've felt hopeful -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (GOREHOP2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP95452.8
1) Very often1417.8
2) Fairly often25414.1
3) Occasionally37921.0
4) Rarely774.3
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
401) (Think about Al Gore.) Has Al Gore (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Afraid? (GOREAFR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes33318.4
5) No146280.9
8) Don't know100.6
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
402) (If yes, Gore has made R afraid) How often would you say you've felt afraid -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (GOREAFR2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP147481.6
1) Very often734.0
2) Fairly often744.1
3) Occasionally1347.4
4) Rarely522.9
TOTAL1807100.0
403) (Think about Al Gore.) Has Al Gore (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Proud? (GOREPRD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60833.6
5) No117465.0
8) Don't know231.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
404) (If yes, Gore has made R proud) How often would you say you've felt proud -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (GOREPRD2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP119966.4
1) Very often1116.1
2) Fairly often19811.0
3) Occasionally25013.8
4) Rarely482.7
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
405) (Think about George W. Bush.) Has George W. Bush (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Angry? (BUSHANG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes48727.0
5) No130372.1
8) Don't know140.8
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
406) (If yes, George W. Bush has made R angry) How often would you say you've felt angry -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUSHANG2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP132073.0
1) Very often794.4
2) Fairly often975.4
3) Occasionally20911.6
4) Rarely1015.6
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
407) (Think about George W. Bush.) Has George W. Bush (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Hopeful? (BUSHHOPE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes77442.8
5) No101456.1
8) Don't know170.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
408) (If yes, George W. Bush has made R hopeful) How often would you say you've felt hopeful -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUSHHOP2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP103357.2
1) Very often1246.9
2) Fairly often22712.6
3) Occasionally34819.3
4) Rarely744.1
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
409) (Think about George W. Bush.) Has George W. Bush (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Afraid? (BUSHAFR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41823.1
5) No137476.0
8) Don't know130.7
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
410) (If yes, George W. Bush has made R afraid) How often would you say you've felt afraid -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUSHAFR2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP138976.9
1) Very often734.0
2) Fairly often935.1
3) Occasionally1769.7
4) Rarely754.2
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
411) (Think about George W. Bush.) Has George W. Bush (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Proud? (BUSHPRD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54230.0
5) No123968.6
8) Don't know241.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
412) (If yes, George W. Bush has made R proud) How often would you say you've felt proud -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUSHPRD2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP126570.0
1) Very often965.3
2) Fairly often1488.2
3) Occasionally25013.8
4) Rarely462.5
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
413) (Think about Pat Buchanan.) Has Pat Buchanan (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Angry? (BUCHANG)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP103757.4
1) Yes19710.9
5) No50527.9
8) Don't know673.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
414) (If yes, Buchanan has made R angry) How often would you say you've felt angry -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUCHANG2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP161089.1
1) Very often532.9
2) Fairly often402.2
3) Occasionally824.5
4) Rarely221.2
TOTAL1807100.0
415) (Think about Pat Buchanan.) Has Pat Buchanan (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Hopeful? (BUCHHOPE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP103757.4
1) Yes1146.3
5) No58832.5
8) Don't know673.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
416) (If yes, Buchanan has made R hopeful) How often would you say you've felt hopeful -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUCHHPE2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP169393.7
1) Very often100.6
2) Fairly often170.9
3) Occasionally613.4
4) Rarely261.4
TOTAL1807100.0
417) (Think about Pat Buchanan.) Has Pat Buchanan (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Afraid? (BUCHAFR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP103757.4
1) Yes1538.5
5) No55130.5
8) Don't know653.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
418) (If yes, Buchanan has made R afraid) How often would you say you've felt afraid -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUCHAFR2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP165491.5
1) Very often462.5
2) Fairly often341.9
3) Occasionally512.8
4) Rarely221.2
TOTAL1807100.0
419) (Think about Pat Buchanan.) Has Pat Buchanan (because of the kind of person he is, or because of something he has done) -- ever made you feel: Proud? (BUCHPRD)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP103757.4
1) Yes784.3
5) No62334.5
8) Don't know683.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
420) (If yes, Buchanan has made R proud) How often would you say you've felt proud -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (BUCHPRD2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP172995.7
1) Very often80.4
2) Fairly often231.3
3) Occasionally331.8
4) Rarely140.8
TOTAL1807100.0
421) What do you think are the most important problems facing this country? Mention 1 - most important problem [See note 2 in summary] 0 INAP; 991 No issues; 992 No campaign in district; 995 NA; 998 Don't know, 999 Refused (IMPPROB1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807146.767244
422) What do you think are the most important problems facing this country? Mention 2 - most important problem [See note 2 in summary] 0 INAP; 991 No issues; 992 No campaign in district; 995 NA; 998 Don't know, 999 Refused (IMPPROB2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807106.26203
423) What do you think are the most important problems facing this country? Mention 3 - most important problem [See note 2 in summary] 0 INAP; 991 No issues; 992 No campaign in district; 995 NA; 998 Don't know, 999 Refused (IMPPROB3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180783.474191
424) What do you think are the most important problems facing this country? Mention 4 - most important problem [See note 2 in summary ] 0 INAP; 991 No issues; 992 No campaign in district; 995 NA; 998 Don't know, 999 Refused (IMPPROB4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180754.484158
425) Interviewer checkpoint: Number of important problems mentioned by R [if unsure whether one problem or more than one problem code more than 1] (MNTCHECK)
TOTAL%
0) R has not mentioned any problems311.7
1) R has mentioned only one problem1679.2
2) R has mentioned 2or more problems70739.1
9) Refused90249.9
TOTAL1807100.0
426) (If R has mentioned 2 or more problems) Of those you've mentioned, what would you say is the single most important problem the country faces? (MIPCHOIC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1807134.816223
427) (If R has mentioned any problem) How good a job is the government in Washington doing in dealing with this problem - a good job, only fair, or a poor job? (MIPGVTPR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP94452.2
1) A good job844.6
3) Only fair35819.8
5) A poor job41122.7
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
428) (If R has mentioned any problem) Which political party do you think would be most likely to get the government to do a better job in dealing with this problem - the Republicans, the Democrats, or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (MIPPRTY)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP94452.2
1) Republicans20111.1
3) Democrats23713.1
5) There wouldn't be much difference between them38221.1
7) Neither party261.4
8) Don't know170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
429) We hear a lot of talk these days about liberals and conservatives. Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [Interview self placement on liberal conservative scale] (POLVIEW)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much1075.9
1) Extremely liberal90.5
2) Liberal291.6
3) Slightly liberal482.7
4) Moderate; middle of the road1256.9
5) Slightly conservative653.6
6) Conservative683.8
7) Extremely conservative110.6
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused, NA, INAP134174.2
TOTAL1807100.0
430) When it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal; moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, extremely conservative, or haven't you thought much about this? (POLVWPH)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much774.3
1) Extremely liberal80.4
2) Liberal482.7
3) Slightly liberal372.0
4) Moderate; middle of the road905.0
5) Slightly conservative482.7
6) Conservative724.0
7) Extremely conservative150.8
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused, NA, INAP140777.9
TOTAL1807100.0
431) Liberal/conservative self placement summary [combines both telephone and face to face interview variables] (POLVWTO)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much18410.2
1) Extremely liberal170.9
2) Liberal774.3
3) Slightly liberal854.7
4) Moderate; middle of the road21511.9
5) Slightly conservative1136.3
6) Conservative1407.7
7) Extremely conservative261.4
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refused, NA, INAP94152.1
TOTAL1807100.0
432) (If R is moderate, don't know or haven't thought on the liberal-conservative self-placement scale) If you had to choose, would you consider yourself a liberal or a conservative? (POLVWHC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP139977.4
1) Liberal1236.8
3) Conservative1749.6
5) Moderate512.8
7) R refuses to choose522.9
8) Don't know80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
433) Liberal/conservative self placement summary [combines both telephone and face to face interview variables and collapses 7pt lib/con scale into a 3category self-placement scale] (POLVWCO)
TOTAL%
1) Liberal30216.7
3) Moderate512.8
5) Conservative45325.1
7) Refused to choose522.9
8) Don't know80.4
9) NA/Refused94152.1
TOTAL1807100.0
434) Self-placement on liberal-conservative branching [R selected for branching version of lib-con series] (LIBCONBR)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much31417.4
1) A Liberal1468.1
3) A conservative22912.7
5) A moderate21612.0
7) Neither291.6
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP86948.1
TOTAL1807100.0
435) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series and if self-placement is don't know/neither/moderate/no thought (LIBCOBR2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP124468.8
1) Liberal1437.9
3) Conservative24113.3
5) Moderate583.2
7) Refuses to choose1116.1
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
436) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series and if self-placement is liberal (LIBERAL)
TOTAL%
0) INAP166191.9
1) Strong liberal653.6
5) Not very strong liberal794.4
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
437) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series and if self-placement is conservative (CONSERV)
TOTAL%
0) INAP157887.3
1) Strong conservative1196.6
5) Not very strong conservative1055.8
8) Don't know50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
438) Both 7-point scale and branching liberal-conservative series (SPLIBCN)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal824.5
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strong liberal1588.7
3) Scale 3 had to choose liberal/branching: had to choose liberal35119.4
4) Scale 4 had to choose moderate/branching: had to choose moderate1096.0
5) Scale 5 had to choose conserv/branching: had to choose conservative52829.2
6) Scale 6 branching: not strong conservative25013.8
7) Scale 7 branching: strong conservative1458.0
8) Don't know181.0
9) Refuses to choose1659.1
TOTAL1807100.0
439) If FTF mode: Both 7-point scale and branching liberal-conservative series (LIBCNFTF)
TOTAL%
0) NA80144.3
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal512.8
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strong liberal774.3
3) Scale 3 had to choose liberal/branching: Had to choose liberal21211.7
4) Scale 4 had to choose moderate/branching: Had to choose moderate573.2
5) Scale 5 had to choose conservative/branching: Had to choose conservative31417.4
6) Scale 6 branching: Not strong conservative1297.1
7) Scale 7 branching: Strong conservative774.3
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refuses to choose804.4
TOTAL1807100.0
440) If in phone mode: Both 7-point scale and branching liberal-conservative series (LIBCONPH)
TOTAL%
0) NA100755.7
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal311.7
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strong liberal814.5
3) Scale 3 had to choose liberal/branching: Had to choose liberal1397.7
4) Scale 4 had to choose moderate/branching: Had to choose moderate522.9
5) Scale 5 had to choose conserv/branching: Had to choose conservative21411.8
6) Scale 6 branching: Not strong conservative1216.7
7) Scale 7 branching: Strong conservative683.8
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refuses to choose854.7
TOTAL1807100.0
441) Both 7-point scale and branching liberal-conservative series (LIBCONSU)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP10.1
1) Liberal59132.7
3) Moderate1096.0
5) Conservative92351.1
7) Refused to choose1659.1
8) Don't know181.0
TOTAL1807100.0
442) [If R selected for 7-point scale version of liberal-conservative series: FTF interview] WHERE WOULD you Place Bill Clinton on this scale? (CLINSC)
TOTAL%
0) INAP133974.1
1) Extremely liberal784.3
2) Liberal1206.6
3) Slightly liberal915.0
4) Moderate; middle of the road854.7
5) Slightly conservative301.7
6) Conservative311.7
7) Extremely conservative40.2
8) Don't know291.6
TOTAL1807100.0
443) [If R selected for 7-point scale version of liberal-conservative series: Telephone interview] What about Bill Clinton? Do you think he is extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal, moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, or extremely conservative? (CLINSC2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP140777.9
1) Extremely liberal764.2
2) Liberal1065.9
3) Slightly liberal553.0
4) Moderate; middle of the road854.7
5) Slightly conservative100.6
6) Conservative241.3
7) Extremely conservative40.2
8) Don't know382.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
444) [If R selected for 7-point scale version of liberal-conservative series: Combined FTF/telephone interview] where would you place Bill Clinton on this scale? (CLINSC3)
TOTAL%
0) 93952.0
1) 1548.5
2) 22612.5
3) 1468.1
4) 1709.4
5) 402.2
6) 553.0
7) 80.4
8) 673.7
9) 20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
445) [If R selected for branching version of liberal-conservative series] IS Bill Clinton a liberal, conservative, or a moderate? (CLINLCBR)
TOTAL%
0) INAP86848.0
1) Liberal43424.0
2) Conservative784.3
3) Moderate28515.8
8) Don't know1397.7
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
446) [If R selected for branching version of liberal-conservative series and if R says Clinton is a liberal] would you call Bill Clinton a strong liberal or not a very strong liberal? (CLINLIB)
TOTAL%
0) INAP137376.0
1) Strong liberal28015.5
5) Not very strong liberal1508.3
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
447) [If R selected for branching version of liberal-conservative series and if R says Clinton is a conservative] would you call Bill Clinton a strong conservative or a not VERY strong conservative? (CLINCON)
TOTAL%
0) INAP172995.7
1) Strong conservative452.5
5) Not very strong conservative321.8
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
448) [If R is selected for branching version of liberal-conservative series: summary] (CLINSUM5)
TOTAL%
0) INAP86848.0
1) Strong liberal28015.5
2) Not very strong liberal1548.5
3) Moderate28515.8
4) Not very strong conservative331.8
5) Strong conservative452.5
8) Don't know1397.7
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
449) [Both 7-point scale and branching liberal-conservative series: Summary] 7-point scale FTF: Where would you place Bill Clinton on this scale? 7-Point scale phone: What bout Bill Clinton? Do you think he is extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal, moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, or extremely conservative? Branching (FTF and phone): What about Bill Clinton? Is Bill Clinton a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate? Would you call Bill Clinton a strong liberal/conservative or a not very strong liberal/conservative? (CLINSUM7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal43424.0
2) Scale 2 branching: Not very strong liberal38021.0
3) Scale 3,4,5; Branching: moderate64135.5
4) Scale 6; branching: Not very strong conservative884.9
5) Scale 7; branching: Strong conservative532.9
8) Don't know20611.4
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
450) IF R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: FTF: Where would you place Al Gore on this scale? (GORESC)
TOTAL%
0) NA, INAP133974.1
1) Extremely liberal402.2
2) Liberal1317.2
3) Slightly liberal985.4
4) Moderate; middle of the road945.2
5) Slightly conservative402.2
6) Conservative251.4
7) Extremely conservative80.4
8) Don't know321.8
TOTAL1807100.0
451) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: telephone: What about Al Gore? (Do you think he is extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal, moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, or extremely conservative?) (GORESC2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP140777.9
1) Extremely liberal351.9
2) Liberal985.4
3) Slightly liberal683.8
4) Moderate; middle of the road864.8
5) Slightly conservative191.1
6) Conservative321.8
7) Extremely conservative50.3
8) Don't know543.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
452) Summary: Combined FTF/phone 7pt-scale lib-con Gore placement (GORESC3)
TOTAL%
0) NA, INAP93952.0
1) Extremely liberal754.2
2) Liberal22912.7
3) Slightly liberal1669.2
4) Moderate; middle of the road18010.0
5) Slightly conservative593.3
6) Conservative573.2
7) Extremely conservative130.7
8) Don't know864.8
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
453) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: If Gore placement is not DON'T KNOW: FTF: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (GORELCFT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP137175.9
1) Very certain925.1
3) Pretty certain21011.6
5) Not very certain1347.4
TOTAL1807100.0
454) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: If Gore placement is not DON'T KNOW: Telephone: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (GORELCPH)
TOTAL%
0) INAP146481.0
1) Very certain905.0
3) Pretty certain19010.5
5) Not very certain633.5
TOTAL1807100.0
455) Combined FTF/telephone 7pt scale certainty-Gore placement (GORELCPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA, INAP102856.9
1) Very certain18210.1
3) Pretty certain40022.1
5) Not very certain19710.9
TOTAL1807100.0
456) If R: What about Al Gore? (Is Al Gore a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate?) (GOREBRSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP86848.0
1) Liberal38621.4
2) Conservative1508.3
3) Moderate25414.1
8) Don't know1498.2
TOTAL1807100.0
457) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If Gore placement is liberal: Would you call Al Gore a strong liberal or a not very strong liberal? (GORELIB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP142178.6
1) Strong liberal25013.8
5) Not very strong liberal1307.2
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
458) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If Gore placement is conservative: Would you call Al Gore a strong conservative or a not very strong conservative? (GORECONS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP165791.7
1) Strong conservative894.9
5) Not very strong conservative583.2
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
459) Summary: 5pt lib-con Gore placement from branching series (GORESUM5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP86848.0
1) Strong liberal25013.8
2) Not very strong liberal1367.5
3) Moderate25414.1
4) Not very strong conservative613.4
5) Strong conservative894.9
8) Don't know1498.2
TOTAL1807100.0
460) Combined 5-point lib-con Gore placement from 7pt scale/branching (GORESUM7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal32518.0
2) Scale 2 branching: Not very strong liberal36520.2
3) Scale 3,4,5; Branching: moderate65936.5
4) Scale 6; branching: Not very strong conservative1186.5
5) Scale 7; branching: Strong conservative1025.6
8) Don't know23513.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
461) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If Gore placement is moderate/If strength of liberal/conservative placement is not DON'T KNOW: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (GORELCBR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP102656.8
1) Very certain22412.4
3) Pretty certain37320.6
5) Not very certain18310.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
462) Combined lib-con certainty - Gore placement from 7pt/branching (GOREBS7)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP24713.7
1) Very certain40622.5
3) Pretty certain77342.8
5) Not very certain38021.0
9) REFUSED10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
463) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: FTF: Where would you place George W. Bush on this scale? (BUSHSC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP133974.1
1) Extremely liberal80.4
2) Liberal231.3
3) Slightly liberal372.0
4) Moderate; middle of the road583.2
5) Slightly conservative1055.8
6) Conservative1649.1
7) Extremely conservative362.0
8) Don't know351.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
464) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: Telephone: What about George W. Bush? (Do you think he is extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal, moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, or extremely conservative?) (BUSHSC2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP140777.9
1) Extremely liberal60.3
2) Liberal321.8
3) Slightly liberal181.0
4) Moderate; middle of the road492.7
5) Slightly conservative613.4
6) Conservative1468.1
7) Extremely conservative351.9
8) Don't know512.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
465) Summary: Combined FTF/phone 7pt-scale lib-con GW Bush placement (BUSHSC3)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP93952.0
1) Extremely liberal140.8
2) Liberal553.0
3) Slightly liberal553.0
4) Moderate; middle of the road1075.9
5) Slightly conservative1669.2
6) Conservative31017.2
7) Extremely conservative713.9
8) Don't know864.8
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
466) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: If GW Bush placement is not DON'T KNOW: FTF: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (BUSHLCFT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP137676.1
1) Very certain935.1
3) Pretty certain20811.5
5) Not very certain1297.1
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
467) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: If GW Bush placement is not DON'T KNOW: Telephone: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (BUSHLCPH)
TOTAL%
0) INAP146080.8
1) Very certain1015.6
3) Pretty certain1759.7
5) Not very certain713.9
TOTAL1807100.0
468) Combined FTF/phone 7pt scale certainty - GW Bush placement (BUSHLCPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP102956.9
1) Very certain19410.7
3) Pretty certain38321.2
5) Not very certain20011.1
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
469) IF R selected for branching version of lib-con series: What about George W. Bush?(Is George W. Bush a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate?) (BUSHBRSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP86848.0
1) Liberal1136.3
2) Conservative46425.7
3) Moderate20911.6
8) Don't know1518.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
470) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If GW Bush placement is liberal: Would you call George W. Bush a strong liberal or a not very strong liberal? (BUSHLIB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP169493.7
1) STRONG LIBERAL703.9
5) NOT VERY STRONG LIBERAL432.4
TOTAL1807100.0
471) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If GW Bush placement is conservative: Would you call George W. Bush a strong conservative or a not very strong conservative? (BUSHCONS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP134374.3
1) Strong conservative28715.9
5) Not very strong conservative1629.0
8) Don't know140.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
472) Summary: 5pt lib-con GW Bush placement from branching series (BUSHSUM5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP86848.0
1) Strong liberal703.9
2) Not very strong liberal432.4
3) Moderate20911.6
4) Not very strong conservative1779.8
5) Strong conservative28715.9
8) Don't know1518.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
473) Combined 5-point lib-con GW Bush placement from 7pt scale /branch (BUSHSUM7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal844.6
2) Scale 2 branching: Not very strong liberal985.4
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Moderate53729.7
4) Scale 6; branching: Not very strong conservative48727.0
5) Scale 7; branching: Strong conservative35819.8
8) Don't know23713.1
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
474) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If GW Bush placement is moderate/If strength of liberal/conservative placement is not DON'T KNOW: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (BUSHLCBR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP103657.3
1) Very certain19811.0
3) Pretty certain37620.8
5) Not very certain19610.8
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
475) Combined lib-con certainty - GW Bush placement from 7pt/branching (BUSHBS7)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP25814.3
1) Very certain39221.7
3) Pretty certain75942.0
5) Not very certain39621.9
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
476) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: FTF: Where would you place Pat Buchanan on this scale? (BUCHSC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP133974.1
1) Extremely liberal140.8
2) Liberal150.8
3) Slightly liberal261.4
4) Moderate; middle of the road573.2
5) Slightly conservative382.1
6) Conservative553.0
7) Extremely conservative1156.4
8) Don't know1458.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
477) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: Telephone: What about Pat Buchanan?(Do you think he is extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal, moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, or extremely conservative?) (BUCHSC2)
TOTAL%
0) INAP140777.9
1) Extremely liberal30.2
2) Liberal170.9
3) Slightly liberal80.4
4) Moderate; middle of the road351.9
5) Slightly conservative100.6
6) Conservative613.4
7) Extremely conservative1086.0
8) Don't know1548.5
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
478) Summary: Combined FTF/phone 7pt-scale lib-con Buchanan placement (BUCHSC3)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP93952.0
1) Extremely liberal170.9
2) Liberal321.8
3) Slightly liberal341.9
4) Moderate; middle of the road925.1
5) Slightly conservative482.7
6) Conservative1166.4
7) Extremely conservative22312.3
8) Don't know29916.5
9) Refused70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
479) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: If Buchanan placement is not DON'T KNOW: FTF: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (BUCHLCFT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP148782.3
1) Very certain1005.5
3) Pretty certain1136.3
5) Not very certain1075.9
TOTAL1807100.0
480) If R selected for 7-point scale version of lib-con series: If Buchanan placement is not DON'T KNOW: Telephone: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (BUCHLCPH)
TOTAL%
0) INAP156586.6
1) Very certain935.1
3) Pretty certain894.9
5) Not very certain603.3
TOTAL1807100.0
481) Combined FTF/phone 7pt scale certainty - Buchanan placement (BUCHLCPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP124568.9
1) Very certain19310.7
3) Pretty certain20211.2
5) Not very certain1679.2
TOTAL1807100.0
482) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: What about Pat Buchanan?(Is Pat Buchanan a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate?) (BUCHBRSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP86848.0
1) Liberal653.6
2) Conservative38921.5
3) Moderate1075.9
8) Don't know37220.6
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
483) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If Buchanan placement is liberal: would you call Pat Buchanan a strong liberal or a not very strong liberal? (BUCHLIB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP174296.4
1) Strong liberal382.1
5) Not very strong liberal241.3
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
484) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If Buchanan placement is conservative: would you call Pat Buchanan a strong conservative or a not very strong conservative? (BUCHCONS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP141878.5
1) Strong conservative32518.0
5) Not very strong conservative613.4
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
485) Summary: 5pt lib-con Buchanan placement from branching series (BUCHSUM5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP86848.0
1) Strong liberal382.1
2) Not very strong liberal271.5
3) Moderate1075.9
4) Not very strong conservative643.5
5) Strong conservative32518.0
8) Don't know37220.6
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
486) Combined 5pt lib-con Buchanan placement from 7pt scale /branch (BUCHSUM7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strong liberal553.0
2) Scale 2 branching: Not very strong liberal593.3
3) Scale 3,4,5; Branching: moderate28115.6
4) Scale 6 branching: Not very strong conservative18010.0
5) Scale 7 branching: Strong conservative54830.3
8) Don't know67137.1
9) Refused130.7
TOTAL1807100.0
487) If R selected for branching version of lib-con series: If Buchanan placement is moderate/If strength of liberal/conservative placement is not DON'T KNOW: How certain are you of this? Very certain, pretty certain or not very certain? (BUCHLCBR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP125269.3
1) Very certain22512.5
3) Pretty certain18110.0
5) Not very certain1498.2
TOTAL1807100.0
488) Combined lib-con certainty - Buchanan placement from 7pt/branching (BUCHBS7)
TOTAL%
0) NA69038.2
1) Very certain41823.1
3) Pretty certain38321.2
5) Not very certain31617.5
TOTAL1807100.0
489) Who do you think will be elected President in November? (THNKELEC)
TOTAL%
1) Al Gore84846.9
2) George W. Bush78343.3
3) Pat Buchanan50.3
4) Ralph Nader30.2
7) Other392.2
8) Don't know1267.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
490) [If R gives name of who they think will win the election] Do you think the Presidential race will be close or will [NAME GIVEN] win by quite a bit? (CLELEC1)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP1297.1
1) Will be close144980.2
5) Win by quite a bit21311.8
8) Don't know160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
491) If R says he/she doesn't know who will win the Pres. Election: Do you think the Presidential race will be close or will one candidate win by quite a bit? (CLELEC2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP167892.9
1) Will be close1086.0
5) Win by quite a bit80.4
8) Don't know130.7
TOTAL1807100.0
492) If R selected for standard version: Now thinking about the economy in the country as a whole, would you say that over the past year the nation's economy has gotten better, stayed about the same, or gotten worse? (ECONCND1)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89949.8
1) Gotten better36920.4
3) Stayed about the same38021.0
5) Gotten worse1478.1
8) Don't know110.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
493) If R selected for experimental version: Now thinking about the economy in the country as a whole, would you say that over the past year the nation's economy has gotten worse, stayed about the same, or gotten better? (ECONCND2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP90850.2
1) Gotten worse1558.6
3) Stayed about the same40522.4
5) Gotten better33118.3
8) Don't know80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
494) If R thinks economy will be better in the next year: Much better or somewhat better? (ECONCND3)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP110761.3
1) Much better25113.9
5) Somewhat better44824.8
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
495) If R thinks economy will be worse in the next year: Much worse or somewhat worse? (ECONCND4)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP150583.3
1) SOMEWHAT WORSE23212.8
5) MUCH WORSE703.9
TOTAL1807100.0
496) Combined version summary: Economy in next year (ECONCND5)
TOTAL%
1) Much better25113.9
2) Somewhat better44824.8
3) Stayed about the same78543.4
4) Somewhat worse703.9
5) Much worse23212.8
8) Don't know201.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
497) If R selected for standard version: would you say that over the past year, it has gotten harder for people across the country to find enough work, stayed about the same, or gotten easier for people to find enough work? (EMPCON1)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP90650.1
1) Gotten harder1256.9
3) Stayed the same31317.3
5) Gotten easier44724.7
8) Don't know160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
498) If R selected for experimental version: would you say that over the past year, it has gotten easier for people across the country to find enough work, stayed about the same, or gotten harder for people to find enough work? (EMPCON2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP90149.9
1) Gotten easier45425.1
3) About the same30016.6
5) Gotten harder1297.1
8) Don't know231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
499) If R says it has gotten harder to find work in the last year: Much harder or a little harder? (EMPCON3)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP155385.9
1) Much harder1236.8
5) A little harder1317.2
TOTAL1807100.0
500) If R says it has gotten easier to find work in the last year: Much easier or a little easier? (EMPCON4)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP90650.1
1) Much easier49327.3
5) A little easier40422.4
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
501) Combined version summary: Employment opportunities in last year (EMPCON5)
TOTAL%
1) Much harder1236.8
2) Somewhat harder1317.2
3) Stayed about the same61333.9
4) Somewhat easier40422.4
5) Much easier49327.3
8) Don't know422.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
502) If R selected for standard version: what about the next 12months? Do you expect the economy, in the country as a whole, to get better, stay about the same, or get worse? (ECNCOND1)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89649.6
1) Get better18110.0
3) Stay about the same53529.6
5) Get worse1639.0
8) Don't know291.6
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
503) If R selected for experimental version: what about the next 12 months? Do you expect the economy, in the country as a whole, to get worse, stay about the same, or get better? (ECNCOND2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP91150.4
1) Get worse1669.2
3) About the same49927.6
5) Better19610.8
8) Don't know341.9
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
504) If R expects economy to get better in the next 12 months: Much better or somewhat better? (ECNCOND3)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP143079.1
1) Much better1136.3
5) Somewhat better26414.6
TOTAL1807100.0
505) If R expects economy to get worse in the next 12 months: Much worse or somewhat worse? (ECNCOND4)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP147881.8
1) Much worse693.8
5) Somewhat worse26014.4
TOTAL1807100.0
506) Summary: Economy in next 12 months (ECNCOND5)
TOTAL%
1) Much better1136.3
2) Somewhat better26414.6
3) Stayed about the same103457.2
4) Somewhat worse26014.4
5) Much worse693.8
8) Don't know633.5
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
507) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling the economy? (CLINECON)
TOTAL%
1) Approve130472.2
5) Disapprove38721.4
8) Don't know1065.9
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
508) If R approves of Clinton's handling of economy: Do you approve strongly or not strongly? (CLINECNA)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP50327.8
1) Strongly78343.3
5) Not strongly51628.6
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
509) If R disapproves of Clinton's handling of economy: Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (CLINECND)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP142078.6
1) Strongly23713.1
5) Not strongly1508.3
TOTAL1807100.0
510) Summary: Approval of Clinton's handling of the economy (CLINECNS)
TOTAL%
1) Approve strongly78343.3
2) Approve not strongly51628.6
4) Disapprove not strongly1508.3
5) Disapprove strongly23713.1
8) Don't know1106.1
9) Refused110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
511) Do you personally, or jointly with a spouse, have any money invested in the stock market right now --either in an individual stock or in a mutual fund? (OWNSTOCK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes100455.6
5) No78043.2
8) Don't know60.3
9) Refused170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
512) Which party do you think would do a better job of handling the nation's economy..., the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (ECONPRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Democrats52729.2
3) Republicans40622.5
5) Wouldn't be much difference between them/no difference79443.9
7) Neither party [Vol]281.5
8) Don't know502.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
513) Looking ahead, do you think the problem of keeping out of war would be handled better IN THE NEXT FOUR YEARS by the Democrats, the Republicans, or about the same by both? (PEACPRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Democrats37320.6
3) Republicans32417.9
5) About the same by both104357.7
7) Neither party [Vol]241.3
8) Don't know422.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
514) Turning to some other types of issues facing the country. During the past year, would you say that the United States' position in the world has grown weaker, stayed about the same, or has it grown stronger? (USGLOBAL)
TOTAL%
1) Weaker50027.7
3) Stayed about the same87448.4
5) Stronger40322.3
8) Don't know281.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
515) Do you think the number of immigrants from foreign countries who are permitted to come to the United States to live should be increased, decreased, or left the same as it is now? (IMMIGRT)
TOTAL%
1) Increased1729.5
3) Decreased78543.4
5) Left the same as it is now78543.4
8) Don't know603.3
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
516) If R Thinks number of immigrants should be increased/If R thinks number of immigrants should be decreased: A little or a lot? (IMMIGRT2)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP85047.0
1) A little36019.9
5) A lot58832.5
8) Don't know90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
517) SUmmary: Immigration level (IMMIGRT3)
TOTAL%
1) Increased a lot683.8
2) Increased a little1005.5
3) Left the same78543.4
4) Decreased a little26014.4
5) Decreased a lot52028.8
8) Don't know693.8
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
518) If R selected for standard version: Some people have suggested placing new limits on foreign imports in order to protect American jobs. Others say that such limits would raise consumer prices and hurt American exports. Do you favor or oppose placing new limits on imports, or haven't you thought much about this? (IMPORTSS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89749.6
1) Favor24513.6
5) Oppose26314.6
7) Haven't thought much about this38521.3
8) Don't know170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
519) If R selected for experimental version: Some people have suggested placing new limits on foreign imports in order to protect American jobs. Others say that such limits would raise consumer prices and hurt American exports. Do you favor or oppose placing new limits on imports? (IMPORTSE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP91050.4
1) Favor39021.6
5) Oppose40822.6
8) Don't know955.3
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
520) Combined version summary: Import limits (IMPORTSC)
TOTAL%
1) Favor63535.1
5) Oppose67137.1
7) Haven't thought much38521.3
8) Don't know1126.2
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
521) If R selected for standard version: Do you agree or disagree with this statement: This country would be better off if we just stayed home and did not concern ourselves with problems in other parts of the world. (ISOLATS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP91650.7
1) Agree23513.0
5) Disagree64035.4
8) Don't know150.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
522) If R selected for experimental version: Do you think this country would be better off if we just stayed home and did not concern ourselves with problems in other parts of the world, or do you think that this country would be better off trying to solve some problems in other parts of the world? (ISOLATE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Better off if we just stayed home26714.8
5) Better off trying to solve some problems60133.3
8) Don't know442.4
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
523) Combined version summary: Isolationism (ISOLATC)
TOTAL%
1) Agree/better off to stay home50227.8
5) Disagree/better off trying to solve problems124168.7
8) Don't know593.3
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
524) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling our relations with foreign countries? (CLINTFRN)
TOTAL%
1) Approve116164.3
5) Disapprove53429.6
8) Don't know1025.6
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
525) If R approves Clinton's handling of foreign relations: Do you approve strongly or not strongly? (CLINTFN)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP64635.7
1) Strongly60533.5
5) Not strongly55330.6
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
526) If R disapproves Clinton's handling of foreign relations: Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (CLINT_FN)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP127370.4
1) Strongly32818.2
5) Not strongly20211.2
8) Don't know30.2
9) REFUSED10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
527) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling our relations with foreign countries? Do you approve/disapprove strongly or not strongly? Summary: Clinton handling of foreign affairs (CLINTFNS)
TOTAL%
1) Approve strongly60533.5
2) Approve not strongly55330.6
4) Disapprove not strongly20211.2
5) Disapprove strongly32818.2
8) Don't know1086.0
9) Refused110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
528) Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what? (PARTAFIL)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat62034.3
2) Republican45125.0
3) Independent49627.4
4) Party [specify]271.5
5) No preference20411.3
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
529) If R considers self a Democrat: Would you call yourself a strong Democrat or a not very strong Democrat? (STDEMO)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP118765.7
1) Strong34619.1
5) Not very strong27315.1
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
530) If R considers self a Republican: Would you call yourself a strong Republican or a not very strong Republican? (STREPUB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP135675.0
1) Strong23613.1
5) Not very strong21411.8
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
531) If R's party preference is Independent, no preference, other, don't know: Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party or to the Democratic Party? (PRTYCLSE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP107559.5
1) Closer to Republican23012.7
3) Neither [Vol]22412.4
5) Closer to Democratic26914.9
8) Don't know90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
532) Summary: Party ID (PARTIDSU)
TOTAL%
0) Strong Democrat34619.1
1) Weak Democrat27415.2
2) Independent-Democrat26914.9
3) Independent-Independent20611.4
4) Independent-Republican23012.7
5) Weak Republican21511.9
6) Strong Republican23613.1
7) Other; minor party; Refuses to say90.5
8) Apolitical170.9
9) NA50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
533) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] ......' describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (moral) (GOREMORL)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well42323.4
2) Quite well82045.4
3) Not too well28715.9
4) Not well at all1337.4
8) Don't know1437.9
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
534) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] ......' describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (really cares about people like you) (GORECARS)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well27715.3
2) Quite well71339.5
3) Not too well46425.7
4) Not well at all23212.8
8) Don't know1196.6
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
535) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] ......' describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (knowledgeable) (GOREKNOW)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well46125.5
2) Quite well99755.2
3) Not too well21211.7
4) Not well at all593.3
8) Don't know774.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
536) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] ......' describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (strong leader) (GORELEAD)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well25814.3
2) Quite well72840.3
3) Not too well52228.9
4) Not well at all18510.2
8) Don't know1136.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
537) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] ......' describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (dishonest) (GORELIAR)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well1337.4
2) Quite well31217.3
3) Not too well62934.8
4) Not well at all55730.8
8) Don't know1739.6
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
538) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] ....... 'describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (intelligent) (GORESMRT)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well49427.3
2) Quite well99555.1
3) Not too well18210.1
4) Not well at all653.6
8) Don't know693.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
539) Think about Al Gore. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Al Gore extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (out of touch with ordinary people) (GORENOCL)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well1367.5
2) Quite well49527.4
3) Not too well64135.5
4) Not well at all41923.2
8) Don't know1136.3
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
540) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .....' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (moral) (BUSHMORL)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well34018.8
2) Quite well84146.5
3) Not too well33018.3
4) Not well at all985.4
8) Don't know19610.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
541) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (really cares about people like you) (BUSHCARS)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well1558.6
2) Quite well62534.6
3) Not too well56231.1
4) Not well at all34218.9
8) Don't know1226.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
542) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (knowledgeable) (BUSHKNOW)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well27415.2
2) Quite well93351.6
3) Not too well37921.0
4) Not well at all1337.4
8) Don't know874.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
543) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (strong leader) (BUSHLEAD)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well26614.7
2) Quite well84246.6
3) Not too well40722.5
4) Not well at all1669.2
8) Don't know1256.9
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
544) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (dishonest) (BUSHLIAR)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well703.9
2) Quite well28815.9
3) Not too well65336.1
4) Not well at all57431.8
8) Don't know22012.2
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
545) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (intelligent) (BUSHSMRT)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well32918.2
2) Quite well96753.5
3) Not too well30616.9
4) Not well at all1106.1
8) Don't know945.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
546) Think about George W. Bush. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (out of touch with ordinary people) (BUSHNOCL)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well20711.5
2) Quite well49527.4
3) Not too well63835.3
4) Not well at all34819.3
8) Don't know1186.5
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
547) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .....' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (moral) (BUCHMORL)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well945.2
2) Quite well24013.3
3) Not too well1206.6
4) Not well at all472.6
8) Don't know26814.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
548) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (really cares about people like you) (BUCHCARS)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well311.7
2) Quite well1377.6
3) Not too well19710.9
4) Not well at all1508.3
8) Don't know25414.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
549) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (knowledgeable) (BUCHKNOW)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well502.8
2) Quite well30416.8
3) Not too well1397.7
4) Not well at all412.3
8) Don't know23513.0
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
550) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (strong leader) (BUCHLEAD)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well231.3
2) Quite well1367.5
3) Not too well22712.6
4) Not well at all1387.6
8) Don't know24513.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
551) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (dishonest) (BUCHLIAR)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well170.9
2) Quite well653.6
3) Not too well22412.4
4) Not well at all1759.7
8) Don't know28715.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
552) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (intelligent) (BUCHSMRT)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well824.5
2) Quite well32317.9
3) Not too well985.4
4) Not well at all372.0
8) Don't know22912.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
553) Think about Pat Buchanan. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he [is] .......' describe Pat Buchanan extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? How about (out of touch with ordinary people) (BUCHNOCL)
TOTAL%
0) NA103757.4
1) Extremely well854.7
2) Quite well18310.1
3) Not too well1779.8
4) Not well at all794.4
8) Don't know24413.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
554) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on government services/spending scale: FTF interview] (GOVTSRVF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP1427.9
1) Gov't should provide many fewer services462.5
2) 603.3
3) 1025.6
4) 25113.9
5) 18410.2
6) 1156.4
7) Gov't should provide many more services985.4
8) Don't know70.4
9) Refused80244.4
TOTAL1807100.0
555) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R Self-placement on government services/spending scale: Telephone interview] (GOVTSRVP)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this1417.8
1) Fewer services; reduce spending1799.9
5) More services; increase spending37820.9
7) Should stay the same as it is now [Vol]935.1
8) Don't know70.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP100955.8
TOTAL1807100.0
556) If R thinks the government should reduce services and spending: Telephone: Should the government reduce services and spending a great deal or (reduce services and spending) only some? (RDUCAMT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP162890.1
1) A great deal744.1
5) Only some1055.8
TOTAL1807100.0
557) If R thinks the government should increase services and spending: Telephone: Should the government increase services and spending a great deal or (increase services and spending) only some? (INCSAMT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP142979.1
1) A great deal1417.8
5) Only some23312.9
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
558) Telephone: Which is closer to the way you feel or haven't you thought much about this? Should the government reduce/increase services and spending a great deal or (reduce/increase services and spending) only some? [Summary: 5pt serv/spend self-placement from branching series] (SPSUM5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Reduce spending and services a great deal744.1
2) Reduce spending and services only some1055.8
3) Stay same as now935.1
4) Increase spending and services only some23312.9
5) Increase spending and services a great deal1417.8
7) Haven't thought much1417.8
8) Don't know100.6
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
559) Should the government reduce/increase services and spending a great deal or (reduce/increase services and spending) only some? [Combined 5pt serv/spend self-placement from 7pt scale /branch] (SPSUM7P)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much28315.7
1) Scale 1 branching: Reduce spending and services a great deal1206.6
2) Scale 2 branching: Reduce spending and services only some1659.1
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Stay same as now63034.9
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase spending and services only some34819.3
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase spending and services a great deal23913.2
8) Don't know170.9
9) Refused; NA; INAP50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
560) Where would you place Bill Clinton on this issue? [R placement of Clinton on government services/spending scale: FTF interview] (CLINTGF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should provide many fewer services201.1
2) 231.3
3) 734.0
4) 1498.2
5) 25514.1
6) 24013.3
7) Gov't should provide many more services1528.4
8) Don't know925.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
561) What about Bill Clinton? Do you think he would like the government to provide fewer services in order to reduce spending or provide more services even if it means an increase in spending? [R placement of Clinton on government services/spending scale: Telephone interview] (CLINTGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Fewer services; reduce spending1086.0
5) More services; increase spending52228.9
7) Should stay the same as it is now593.3
8) Don't know1096.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
562) If R thinks Clinton would like to reduce services and spending: telephone: (Do you think he would like to) reduce services and spending a great deal or (reduce services and spending) only some? (CLINRGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP169994.0
1) A great deal331.8
5) Only some744.1
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
563) If R thinks Clinton would like to increase services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think he would like to) increase services and spending a great deal or (increase services and spending) only some? (CLINIGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP128571.1
1) A great deal24613.6
5) Only some27515.2
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
564) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Clinton placement from branching series (CLING5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Reduce spending and services a great deal331.8
2) Reduce spending and services only some744.1
3) Stay same as now593.3
4) Increase spending and services only some27515.2
5) Increase spending and services a great deal24613.6
8) Don't know1116.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
565) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Clinton placement from 7pt scale/branch (CLING7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Reduce spending and services a great deal532.9
2) Scale 2 branching: Reduce spending and services only some975.4
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Stay same as now53629.7
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase spending and services only some51528.5
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase spending and services a great deal39822.0
8) Don't know20311.2
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
566) Where would you place Al Gore on this issue? [R placement of Gore on government services/spending scale: FTF interview] (GOREGF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should provide many fewer services90.5
2) 271.5
3) 623.4
4) 1548.5
5) 26214.5
6) 25113.9
7) Gov't should provide many more services1297.1
8) Don't know1116.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
567) What about Al Gore? Do you think he would like the government to provide fewer services in order to reduce spending or provide more services even if it means an increase in spending? [R placement of Gore on government services/spending scale: Telephone interview] (GOREGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Fewer services; reduce spending915.0
5) More services; increase spending55330.6
7) Should stay the same as it is now412.3
8) Don't know1146.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
568) If R thinks Gore would like to reduce services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think he would like to) reduce services and spending a great deal or (reduce services and spending) only some? (GORERGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP171695.0
1) A great deal351.9
5) Only some563.1
TOTAL1807100.0
569) If R thinks Gore would like to increase services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think he would like to) increase services and spending a great deal or (increase services and spending) only some? (GOREIGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP125469.4
1) A great deal26414.6
5) Only some28615.8
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
570) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Gore placement from branching series (GOREG5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Reduce spending and services a great deal351.9
2) Reduce spending and services only some563.1
3) Stay same as now412.3
4) Increase spending and services only some28615.8
5) Increase spending and services a great deal26414.6
8) Don't know1176.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
571) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Gore placement from 7pt scale/branch (GOREG7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Reduce spending and services a great deal442.4
2) Scale 2 branching: Reduce spending and services only some834.6
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Stay same as now51928.7
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase spending and services only some53729.7
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase spending and services a great deal39321.7
8) Don't know22812.6
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
572) Where would you place George W. Bush on this issue? [R placement of Bush on government services/spending scale: FTF interview] (BUSHGF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should provide many fewer services583.2
2) 1458.0
3) 25314.0
4) 21311.8
5) 1156.4
6) 734.0
7) Gov't should provide many more services231.3
8) Don't know1246.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
573) What about George W. Bush? Do you think he would like the government to provide fewer services in order to reduce spending or provide more services even if it means an increase in spending? [R placement of Bush on government services/spending scale: Telephone interview] (BUSHGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Fewer services; reduce spending41022.7
5) More services; increase spending22312.3
7) Should stay the same as it is now382.1
8) Don't know1287.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
574) If R thinks Bush would like to reduce services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think he would like to) reduce services and spending a great deal or (reduce services and spending) only some? (BUSHRGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP139777.3
1) A great deal20811.5
5) Only some20011.1
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
575) If R thinks Bush would like to increase services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think he would like to) increase services and spending a great deal or (increase services and spending) only some? (BUSHIGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP158487.7
1) A great deal693.8
5) Only some1538.5
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
576) Summary: 5 pt serv/spend Bush placement from branching series (BUSHG5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Reduce spending and services a great deal20811.5
2) Reduce spending and services only some20011.1
3) Stay same as now382.1
4) Increase spending and services only some1538.5
5) Increase spending and services a great deal693.8
8) Don't know1317.2
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
577) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Bush placement from 7pt scale/branch (BUSHG7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Reduce spending and services a great deal26614.7
2) Scale 2 branching: Reduce spending and services only some34519.1
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Stay same as now61934.3
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase spending and services only some22612.5
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase spending and services a great deal925.1
8) Don't know25514.1
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
578) Where would you place the Democratic Party on this issue? [R placement of Democrats on government services/spending scale: FTF interview] (DEMSGF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should provide many fewer services150.8
2) 140.8
3) 512.8
4) 1437.9
5) 26714.8
6) 26614.7
7) Gov't should provide many more services1427.9
8) Don't know1065.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
579) What about the Democratic Party? Do you think THEY would like the government to provide fewer services in order to reduce spending or provide more services even if it means an increase in spending? [R placement of Democrats on government services/spending scale: Telephone interview] (DEMSGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Fewer services; reduce spending844.6
5) More services; increase spending55630.8
7) Should stay the same as it is now462.5
8) Don't know1156.4
TOTAL1807100.0
580) If R thinks the Democrats would like to reduce services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think THEY would like to) reduce services and spending a great deal or (reduce services and spending) only some? (DEMSRGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP172395.4
1) A great deal311.7
5) Only some532.9
TOTAL1807100.0
581) If R thinks the Democrats would like to increase services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think THEY would like to) increase services and spending a great deal or (increase services and spending) only some? (DEMSIGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP125169.2
1) A great deal29116.1
5) Only some26414.6
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
582) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Democrats placement from branching series (DEMSG5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Reduce spending and services a great deal311.7
2) Reduce spending and services only some532.9
3) Stay same as now462.5
4) Increase spending and services only some26414.6
5) Increase spending and services a great deal29116.1
8) Don't know1166.4
TOTAL1807100.0
583) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Democrats placement from 7pt scale/branch (DEMSG7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Reduce spending and services a great deal462.5
2) Scale 2 branching: Reduce spending and services only some673.7
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Stay same as now50728.1
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase spending and services only some53029.3
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase spending and services a great deal43324.0
8) Don't know22212.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
584) Where would you place the Republicans on this issue? [R placement of Republicans on government services/spending scale: FTF interview] (REPSGF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should provide many fewer services864.8
2) 18210.1
3) 22612.5
4) 20811.5
5) 1106.1
6) 522.9
7) Gov't should provide many more services201.1
8) Don't know1216.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
585) What about the Republicans? Do you think THEY would like the government to provide fewer services in order to reduce spending or provide more services even if it means an increase in spending? [R placement of Republicans on government services/spending scale: Telephone interview] (REPSGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Fewer services; reduce spending45125.0
5) More services; increase spending18510.2
7) Should stay the same as it is now372.0
8) Don't know1287.1
TOTAL1807100.0
586) If R thinks the Republicans would like to reduce services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think THEY would like to) reduce services and spending a great deal or (reduce services and spending) only some? (REPSRGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP135675.0
1) A Great deal22912.7
5) Only some22112.2
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
587) If R thinks the Republicans would like to increase services and spending: Telephone: (Do you think THEY would like to) increase services and spending a great deal or (increase services and spending) only some? (REPSIGP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP162289.8
1) A great deal543.0
5) Only some1317.2
TOTAL1807100.0
588) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Republicans placement from branching series (REPSG5)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Reduce spending and services a great deal22912.7
2) Reduce spending and services only some22112.2
3) Stay same as now372.0
4) Increase spending and services only some1317.2
5) Increase spending and services a great deal543.0
8) Don't know1297.1
TOTAL1807100.0
589) Summary: 5pt serv/spend Republicans placement from 7pt scale/branch (REPSG7)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Reduce spending and services a great deal31517.4
2) Scale 2 branching: Reduce spending and services only some40322.3
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: Stay same as now58132.2
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase spending and services only some18310.1
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase spending and services a great deal744.1
8) Don't know25013.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
590) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on defense spending scale: FTF interview] (DFNSFTF)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this1618.9
1) Gov't should decrease defense spending351.9
2) 331.8
3) 724.0
4) 23813.2
5) 22912.7
6) 1448.0
7) Gov't should increase defense spending854.7
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP80244.4
TOTAL1807100.0
591) Some people believe that we should spend much less money for defense. Others feel that defense spending should be greatly increased. Do you have an opinion on this issue or haven't you thought much about this? (DFNSPH)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Yes, have an opinion58932.6
5) No, no opinion (haven't thought much)20711.5
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
592) If R does not say he/she has no opinion about defense spending: Telephone: Do you feel the government should decrease defense spending, increase defense spending, or is the government spending on defense about the right amount now? (DFNSAMTP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP121367.1
1) Decrease defense spending1106.1
3) Increase defense spending33118.3
5) About the right amount1468.1
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
593) If R says does not say he/she has no opinion about defense spending: If R says the government should reduce defense spending: Telephone: Should the government reduce defense spending a lot or a little? (DFNSRP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP169793.9
1) A lot543.0
5) A little563.1
TOTAL1807100.0
594) If R says does not say he/she has no opinion about defense spending: If R says the government should increase defense spending: Telephone: Should the government increase defense spending a lot or a little? (DFNSIP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP147681.7
1) A lot18810.4
5) A little1417.8
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
595) Summary: 5pt defense spending self-placement from branching series (DFNS5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending a lot543.0
2) Decrease defense spending a little563.1
3) About the right amount1468.1
4) Increase defense spending a little1417.8
5) Increase defense spending a lot18810.4
7) Haven't thought much20711.5
8) Don't know60.3
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
596) Summary: 5pt defense spending self-placement from 7pt scale/branch (DFNS7PS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much36820.4
1) Scale 1 branching: Decrease defense spending a lot894.9
2) Scale 2 branching: Decrease defense spending a little894.9
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: About the right amount68537.9
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase defense spending a little28515.8
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase defense spending a lot27315.1
8) Don't know140.8
9) Refused; NA; INAP40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
597) Where would you place Al Gore on this issue? [R placement of Gore on defense spending scale: FTF interview] (GOREDFI)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should decrease defense spending291.6
2) 724.0
3) 1699.4
4) 23913.2
5) 18610.3
6) 834.6
7) Gov't should increase defense spending321.8
8) Don't know19510.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
598) What about Al Gore? Do you think he believes we should decrease defense spending, increase defense spending, or that Government spending on defense is about the right amount now? [R placement of Gore on defense spending scale: Telephone interview] (GOREDFP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending1578.7
3) Increase defense spending1679.2
5) About the right amount27315.1
8) Don't know20311.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
599) If R says Gore wants to reduce defense spending/if R says Gore wants to increase defense spending: Telephone: A lot or a little? (GOREDFCP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP148382.1
1) A lot1377.6
5) A little18310.1
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
600) Summary: 5pt defense spending Gore placement from branching series (GOREDF5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending a lot784.3
2) Decrease defense spending a little764.2
3) About the right amount27315.1
4) Increase defense spending a little1075.9
5) Increase defense spending a lot593.3
8) Don't know20711.5
9) REFUSED10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
601) Summary: 5pt defense spending Gore placement from 7pt scale/branch (GOREDF7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Decrease defense spending a lot1075.9
2) Scale 2 branching: Decrease defense spending a little1488.2
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: About the right amount86748.0
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase defense spending a little19010.5
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase defense spending a lot915.0
8) Don't know40222.2
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
602) Where would you place George W. Bush on this issue? [R placement of Bush on defense spending scale: FTF interview] (BUSHDFI)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should decrease defense spending120.7
2) 261.4
3) 603.3
4) 1649.1
5) 24713.7
6) 22112.2
7) Gov't should increase defense spending975.4
8) Don't know1799.9
TOTAL1807100.0
603) What about George W. Bush? Do you think he believes we should decrease defense spending, increase defense spending, or that Government spending on defense is about the right amount now? [R placement of Bush on defense spending scale: Telephone interview] (BUSHDFP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending482.7
3) Increase defense spending45225.0
5) About the right amount1116.1
8) Don't know18910.5
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
604) If R says Bush wants to reduce defense spending/if R says Bush wants to increase defense spending: telephone: A lot or a little? (BUSHDFCP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP130772.3
1) A lot30416.8
5) A little18610.3
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
605) Summary: 5pt defense spending Bush placement from branching series (BUSHDF5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending a lot291.6
2) Decrease defense spending a little181.0
3) About the right amount1116.1
4) Increase defense spending a little1689.3
5) Increase defense spending a lot27515.2
8) Don't know19911.0
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
606) Summary: 5pt defense spending Bush placement from 7pt scale/branch (BUSHDF7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Decrease defense spending a lot412.3
2) Scale 2 branching: Decrease defense spending a little442.4
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: About the right amount58232.2
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase defense spending a little38921.5
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase defense spending a lot37220.6
8) Don't know37820.9
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
607) Where would you place the Democratic Party on this issue? [R placement of the Democratic Party on defense spending scale: FTF interview] (DEMSDFI)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should decrease defense spending261.4
2) 1075.9
3) 18010.0
4) 24013.3
5) 1689.3
6) 854.7
7) Gov't should increase defense spending392.2
8) Don't know1608.9
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
608) What about the Democratic Party? Do you think THEY believe we should decrease defense spending, increase defense spending, or that Government spending on defense is about the right amount now? [R placement of the Democratic Party on defense spending scale: Telephone interview] (DEMSDFP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending19710.9
3) Increase defense spending1719.5
5) About the right amount24813.7
8) Don't know18510.2
TOTAL1807100.0
609) If R says the Democratic Party wants to reduce defense spending/If R says the Democratic Party wants to increase defense spending: Telephone: A lot or a little? (DEMSDFCP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP143979.6
1) A lot1518.4
5) A little21211.7
8) Don't know50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
610) Summary: 5pt defense spending the Democratic Party placement from branching series (DEMSDF5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending a lot905.0
2) Decrease defense spending a little1035.7
3) About the right amount24813.7
4) Increase defense spending a little1096.0
5) Increase defense spending a lot613.4
8) Don't know19010.5
TOTAL1807100.0
611) Summary: 5pt defense spending the Democratic Party placement from 7pt scale/branch (DEMSDF7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Decrease defense spending a lot1166.4
2) Scale 2 branching: Decrease defense spending a little21011.6
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: About the right amount83646.3
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase defense spending a little19410.7
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase defense spending a lot1005.5
8) Don't know35019.4
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
612) Where would you place the Republican Party on this issue? [R placement of the Republican Party on defense spending scale: FTF interview] (REPSDFI)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should decrease defense spending120.7
2) 251.4
3) 774.3
4) 1699.4
5) 23813.2
6) 23412.9
7) Gov't should increase defense spending864.8
8) Don't know1659.1
TOTAL1807100.0
613) What about the Republican Party? Do you think THEY believe we should decrease defense spending, increase defense spending, or that Government spending on defense is about the right amount now? [R placement of the Republican Party on defense spending scale: Telephone interview] (REPSDFP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending683.8
3) Increase defense spending44124.4
5) About the right amount1065.9
8) Don't know18610.3
TOTAL1807100.0
614) If R says the Republican Party wants to reduce defense spending/If R says the Republican Party wants to increase defense spending: Telephone: A lot or a little? (REPSDFCP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP129871.8
1) A lot28815.9
5) A little21712.0
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
615) Summary: 5pt defense spending the Republican Party placement from branching series (REPSDF5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Decrease defense spending a lot362.0
2) Decrease defense spending a little321.8
3) About the right amount1065.9
4) Increase defense spending a little18510.2
5) Increase defense spending a lot25213.9
8) Don't know19010.5
TOTAL1807100.0
616) Summary: 5pt defense spending the Republican Party placement from 7pt scale/branch (REPSDF7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Decrease defense spending a lot482.7
2) Scale 2 branching: Decrease defense spending a little573.2
3) Scale 3,4,5; branching: About the right amount59032.7
4) Scale 6 branching: Increase defense spending a little41923.2
5) Scale 7 branching: Increase defense spending a lot33818.7
8) Don't know35519.6
TOTAL1807100.0
617) Checkpoint: Mode and version for gov't/private medical insurance self-placement (MINSRGXP)
TOTAL%
1) FTF standard version51528.5
2) FTF experimental version49127.2
3) Phone version 137620.8
4) Phone version 242523.5
TOTAL1807100.0
618) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on private or government insurance scale: If R selected for standard version: FTF] (MINSSP)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much251.4
1) Gov't insurance plan744.1
2) 422.3
3) 834.6
4) 1055.8
5) 724.0
6) 462.5
7) Private insurance plan593.3
8) Don't know90.5
9) Refused; NA; INAP129271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
619) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on private or government insurance scale: If R selected for experimental version: FTF (MINSSPE)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this351.9
1) Private insurance plan412.3
2) 482.7
3) 623.4
4) 894.9
5) 744.1
6) 573.2
7) Gov't insurance plan834.6
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused; NA; INAP131672.8
TOTAL1807100.0
620) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? Combined FTF: Standard/experimental 7pt medical insurance (MINSSPS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much603.3
1) Gov't insurance plan1578.7
2) 995.5
3) 1578.7
4) 19410.7
5) 1347.4
6) 945.2
7) Private insurance plan1005.5
8) Don't know110.6
9) Refused; NA; INAP80144.3
TOTAL1807100.0
621) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on private or government insurance scale: If R selected for version 1: Telephone: (MINSSPPH)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this442.4
1) Should be a gov't insurance plan1498.2
5) Individuals should pay medical expenses through private insurance1558.6
7) Should stay the same as it is now [Vol]201.1
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP143179.2
TOTAL1807100.0
622) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on private or government insurance scale: If R selected for version 2: Telephone: (MINSPEPH)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this472.6
1) Should be a gov't insurance plan1468.1
5) Individuals should pay medical expenses through private insurance18810.4
7) Should stay the same as it is now [Vol]301.7
8) Don't know140.8
9) Refused; NA; INAP138276.5
TOTAL1807100.0
623) Which is closer to the way you feel or haven't you thought much about this? Combined phone version 1/version 2- medical insurance (MINSCOMB)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this915.0
1) Should be a gov't insurance plan33718.6
5) INDIVIDUALS SHOULD PAY MEDICAL EXPENSES THROUGH PRIVATE INSU30116.7
7) Should stay the same as it is now [Vol]502.8
8) Don't know221.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP100655.7
TOTAL1807100.0
624) Both telephone versions: If R feels there should be government insurance plan/if R feels individuals should pay through private insurance plan: (MINSFEEL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP116964.7
1) Strongly50728.1
5) Not strongly1277.0
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
625) Summary: 5pt medical insurance self-placement from branching series (MINSFEE5)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this915.0
1) Strongly - government insurance plan28215.6
2) Not strongly - government insurance plan543.0
3) Stay the same as it is now502.8
4) Not strongly - individual insurance734.0
5) Strongly - individual insurance22512.5
8) Don't know251.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP100755.7
TOTAL1807100.0
626) Summary: 5pt medical insurance self-placement from 7pt scale/branch (MINSFEE7)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this1518.4
1) Scale: 1 branching: Strongly - gov't insurance plan43924.3
2) Scale: 2 Branching: Not strongly - gov't insurance plan1538.5
3) Scale: 3,4,5; branching: Stay the same as it is now53529.6
4) Scale: 6 Branching: Not strongly - individual insurance1679.2
5) Scale: 7 Branching: Strongly - Individual insurance32518.0
8) Don't know362.0
9) Refused; NA10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
627) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: FTF interview (SRELYFTF)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this935.1
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living744.1
2) 482.7
3) 935.1
4) 1739.6
5) 18910.5
6) 19510.8
7) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own1377.6
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP80144.3
TOTAL1807100.0
628) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: Telephone interview (SRELYPH)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this1086.0
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living19310.7
5) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own43924.3
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]553.0
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP100955.8
TOTAL1807100.0
629) If R thinks government should see to jobs and standard of living: Telephone: Do you feel strongly that the government should see to it that every person has a job and a good standard of living, or not so strongly? (GOVINTJO)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP161489.3
1) Strongly1528.4
5) Not strongly402.2
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
630) If R thinks government should let each get ahead on their own: Telephone: Do you feel strongly that the government should just let each person get ahead on their own, or not so strongly? (GOVNIJO)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP136875.7
1) Strongly34619.1
5) Not strongly935.1
TOTAL1807100.0
631) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs self-placement from branching series (GOVGJS5)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this1086.0
1) Strongly - gov't see to jobs & std living1528.4
2) Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & std living402.2
3) Other/depends/neither553.0
4) Not strongly - gov't leave people on own935.1
5) Strongly - gov't leave people on own34619.1
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP100955.8
TOTAL1807100.0
632) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs self-placement from 7pt scale/branch (GOVGJS7)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this20111.1
1) Scale 1 branching: Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living22612.5
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living884.9
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/depends/neither51028.2
4) Scale 6 branching: Not strongly - gov't leave people on own28815.9
5) Scale 7 branching: Strongly - gov't leave people on own48326.7
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused; NA30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
633) Where would you place Al Gore on this issue? [R placement of Gore on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: FTF interview] (GOREJSF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living744.1
2) 1287.1
3) 20611.4
4) 20811.5
5) 1106.1
6) 583.2
7) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own382.1
8) Don't know18210.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
634) What about Al Gore? Do you think he feels government should see to it that every person has a job and a good standard of living, or that government should just let each person get ahead on their own? [R placement of Gore on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: Telephone interview] (GOREJBSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living43424.0
5) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own18010.0
7) Other/it depends/neither201.1
8) Don't know1659.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
635) If R says Gore thinks gov't should see to jobs and standard living/If R says Gore thinks gov't should let each on own: telephone (GOREJSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP119366.0
1) Strongly44424.6
5) Not strongly1629.0
8) Don't know80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
636) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Gore placement from branching series (GOREJ5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living33818.7
2) Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living945.2
3) Other/depends/neither201.1
4) Not strongly - gov't leave people on own683.8
5) Strongly - gov't leave people on own1065.9
8) Don't know1739.6
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
637) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Gore placement from 7pt scale/branch (GOREJ7PS)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living41222.8
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living22212.3
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/depends/neither54430.1
4) Scale 6 branching: Not strongly - gov't leave people on own1267.0
5) Scale 7 branching: Strongly - gov't leave people on own1448.0
8) Don't know35519.6
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
638) Where would you place George W. Bush on this issue? [R placement of Bush on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: FTF interview] (BUSHJBSF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living231.3
2) 221.2
3) 804.4
4) 1699.4
5) 20511.3
6) 22012.2
7) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own985.4
8) Don't know18710.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
639) What about George W. Bush? Do you think he feels government should see to it that every person has a job and a good standard of living, or that government should just let each person get ahead on their own? [R placement of Bush on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: Telephone interview] (BUSHJOP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living1226.8
5) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own49427.3
7) Other/it depends/neither150.8
8) Don't know1689.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
640) If R says Bush thinks gov't should see to jobs and standard living/if R says Bush thinks gov't should let each on own: telephone (BUSHJSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP119165.9
1) Strongly46325.6
5) Not strongly1437.9
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
641) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Bush placement from branching series (BUSHJ5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living804.4
2) Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living402.2
3) Other/depends/neither150.8
4) Not strongly - gov't leave people on own1035.7
5) Strongly - gov't leave people on own38321.2
8) Don't know1789.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
642) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Bush placement from 7pt scale/branch (BUSHJ7PS)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living1035.7
2) Scale 2 branching: not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living623.4
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: other/depends/neither46926.0
4) Scale 6 branching: Not strongly - gov't leave people on own32317.9
5) Scale 7 branching: strongly - gov't leave people on own48126.6
8) Don't know36520.2
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
643) Where would you place the Democratic Party on this issue? [R placement of Democratic Party on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: FTF interview] (DEMSJBSF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living824.5
2) 1639.0
3) 21712.0
4) 18010.0
5) 1086.0
6) 512.8
7) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own432.4
8) Don't know1618.9
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
644) What about the Democratic Party? Do you think THEY feel government should see to it that every person has a job and a good standard of living, or that government should just let each person get ahead on their own? [R placement of Democratic Party on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: Telephone interview] (DEMSJBSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living45024.9
5) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own1618.9
7) Other/it depends/neither221.2
8) Don't know1679.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
645) If R says Democratic Party thinks gov't should see to jobs and standard living/If R says Democratic Party thinks gov't should let each on own: Telephone (DEMSJSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP119666.2
1) Strongly43624.1
5) Not strongly1739.6
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
646) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Democratic Party placement from branching series (DEMSJ5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard living34719.2
2) Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard living1015.6
3) Other/depends/neither221.2
4) Not strongly - gov't leave people on own724.0
5) Strongly - gov't leave people on own894.9
8) Don't know1699.4
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
647) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Democratic Party placement from 7pt scale/branch (DEMSJ7PS)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living42923.7
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living26414.6
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/depends/neither52729.2
4) Scale 6 branching: Not strongly - gov't leave people on own1236.8
5) Scale 7 branching: Strongly - gov't leave people on own1327.3
8) Don't know33018.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
648) Where would you place the Republican Party on this issue? [R placement of Republican Party on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: FTF interview] (REPSJBSF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living130.7
2) 241.3
3) 653.6
4) 1679.2
5) 20411.3
6) 22812.6
7) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own1307.2
8) Don't know1749.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
649) What about the Republican Party? Do you think THEY feel government should see to it that every person has a job and a good standard of living, or that government should just let each person get ahead on their own? [R placement of Republican Party on guaranteed job/standard of living scale: Telephone interview] (REPSJBSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should see to jobs and standard of living965.3
5) Gov't should let each person get ahead on own50227.8
7) Other/it depends/neither211.2
8) Don't know18110.0
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
650) If R says Republican Party thinks gov't should see to jobs and standard living/If R says Republican Party thinks gov't should let each on own: Telephone (REPSJSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP120966.9
1) Strongly42723.6
5) Not strongly1679.2
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
651) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Republican Party placement from branching series (REPSJ5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living663.7
2) Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living301.7
3) Other/depends/neither211.2
4) Not strongly - gov't leave people on own1377.6
5) Strongly - gov't leave people on own36120.0
8) Don't know18510.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
652) Summary: 5pt guaranteed jobs Republican Party placement from 7pt scale/branch (REPSJ7PS)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living794.4
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strongly - gov't see to jobs & standard of living543.0
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/depends/neither45725.3
4) Scale 6 branching: Not strongly - gov't leave people on own36520.2
5) Scale 7 branching: Strongly - gov't leave people on own49127.2
8) Don't know35919.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
653) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on aid to blacks scale: FTF interview] (BLKADFTF)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this693.8
1) Gov't should help blacks522.9
2) 402.2
3) 794.4
4) 25013.8
5) 1508.3
6) 1608.9
7) Blacks should help themselves19310.7
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP81044.8
TOTAL1807100.0
654) Some people feel that the government in Washington should make every effort to improve the social and economic position of blacks. Others feel that the government should not make any special effort to help blacks because they should help themselves. Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? [R self-placement on aid to blacks scale: Telephone interview] (BLKADPH)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this1518.4
1) Gov't should help blacks19610.8
5) Blacks should help themselves33918.8
7) It depends, neither1045.8
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused; NA; INAP101556.2
TOTAL1807100.0
655) If R thinks government should help blacks/If R thinks blacks should help themselves: Telephone: (BLKASTS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP127270.4
1) Great extent34218.9
5) Only some19110.6
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
656) Summary: 5pt aid blacks self-placement from branching series (BLKA5DPS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about it1518.4
1) Gov't help blacks to great extent864.8
2) Gov't help blacks to some extent1106.1
3) Other/neither/depends1045.8
4) Should help themselves to some extent814.5
5) Should help themselves to a great extent25614.2
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP101556.2
TOTAL1807100.0
657) Summary: 5pt aid blacks self-placement from 7pt scale/branching (BLKAD7PS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about it22012.2
1) Scale 1 branching: Gov't help blacks to great extent1387.6
2) Scale 2 branching: Gov't help blacks to some extent1508.3
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/neither/depends58332.3
4) Scale 6 branching: Should help themselves to some extent24113.3
5) Scale 7 branching: Should help themselves to a great extent44924.8
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP181.0
TOTAL1807100.0
658) Where would you place Bill Clinton on this issue? [R placement of Clinton on aid to blacks scale: FTF interview] (CLINBAF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should help blacks1086.0
2) 1538.5
3) 20511.3
4) 20211.2
5) 884.9
6) 462.5
7) Blacks should help themselves311.7
8) Don't know1689.3
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
659) What about Bill Clinton? (Do you think he feels that government should make every effort to improve the social and economic position of blacks, or that government should not make any special effort to help blacks because they should help themselves?) [R placement of Clinton on aid to blacks scale: telephone interview] (CLINBAP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should help blacks44624.7
5) Blacks should help themselves1116.1
7) Other/it depends/neither462.5
8) Don't know19210.6
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
660) If R says Clinton thinks government should help blacks/If R says Clinton thinks blacks should help themselves: Telephone (CLINBAS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP125069.2
1) Great extent31717.5
5) Only some23713.1
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
661) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Clinton placement from branching series (CLINBA5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't help blacks to great extent26714.8
2) Gov't help blacks to some extent1769.7
3) Other/neither/depends462.5
4) Should help themselves to some extent613.4
5) Should help themselves to a great extent502.8
8) Don't know19510.8
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
662) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Clinton placement from 7pt scale/branching (CLINBA7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Gov't help blacks to great extent37520.8
2) Scale 2 branching: Gov't help blacks to some extent32918.2
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/neither/depends54129.9
4) Scale 6 branching: Should help themselves to some extent1075.9
5) Scale 7 branching: Should help themselves to a great extent814.5
8) Don't know36320.1
9) Refused110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
663) Where would you place Al Gore on this issue? [R placement of Gore on aid to blacks scale: FTF INTERVIEW] (GOREBAF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should help blacks965.3
2) 1357.5
3) 18910.5
4) 22412.4
5) 683.8
6) 583.2
7) Blacks should help themselves271.5
8) Don't know20411.3
9) REFUSED50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
664) What about Al Gore? (Do you think he feels that government should make every effort to improve the social and economic position of blacks, or that government should not make any special effort to help blacks because they should help themselves?) [R placement of Gore on aid to blacks scale: telephone interview] (GOREBAP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should help blacks42023.2
5) Blacks should help themselves1106.1
7) Other/it depends/neither331.8
8) Don't know23212.8
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
665) If R says Gore thinks government should help blacks/If R says Gore thinks blacks should help themselves: Telephone (GOREBAS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP127770.7
1) Great extent28415.7
5) Only some24513.6
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
666) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Gore placement from branching series (GOREBA5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't help blacks to great extent23412.9
2) Gov't help blacks to some extent18510.2
3) Other/neither/depends331.8
4) Should help themselves to some extent603.3
5) Should help themselves to a great extent502.8
8) Don't know23312.9
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
667) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Gore placement from 7pt scale/branching (GOREBA7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Gov't help blacks to great extent33018.3
2) Scale 2 branching: Gov't help blacks to some extent32017.7
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/neither/depends51428.4
4) Scale 6 branching: Should help themselves to some extent1186.5
5) Scale 7 branching: Should help themselves to a great extent774.3
8) Don't know43724.2
9) Refused110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
668) Where would you place George W. Bush on this issue? [R placement of Bush on aid to blacks scale: FTF interview] (BUSHBAF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should help blacks191.1
2) 221.2
3) 693.8
4) 20911.6
5) 22612.5
6) 1437.9
7) Blacks should help themselves1025.6
8) Don't know21211.7
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
669) What about George W. Bush? (Do you think he feels that government should make every effort to improve the social and economic position of blacks, or that government should not make any special effort to help blacks because they should help themselves?) [R placement of Bush on aid to blacks scale: Telephone interview] (BUSHBAP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should help blacks1518.4
5) Blacks should help themselves35119.4
7) Other/it depends/neither442.4
8) Don't know24713.7
9) Refused80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
670) If R says Bush thinks government should help blacks/If R says Bush thinks blacks should help themselves: Telephone (BUSHBAS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP130572.2
1) Great extent25514.1
5) Only some24513.6
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
671) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Bush placement from branching series (BUSHBA5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't help blacks to great extent452.5
2) Gov't help blacks to some extent1065.9
3) Other/neither/depends442.4
4) Should help themselves to some extent1397.7
5) Should help themselves to a great extent21011.6
8) Don't know24913.8
9) REFUSED80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
672) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Bush placement from 7pt scale/branching (BUSHBA7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Gov't help blacks to great extent643.5
2) Scale 2 branching: Gov't help blacks to some extent1287.1
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/neither/depends54830.3
4) Scale 6 branching: Should help themselves to some extent28215.6
5) Scale 7 branching: Should help themselves to a great extent31217.3
8) Don't know46125.5
9) Refused120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
673) Where would you place the Democratic Party on this issue? [R placement of Democratic Party on aid to blacks scale: FTF interview] (DEMSBAF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should help blacks1065.9
2) 1649.1
3) 21411.8
4) 19811.0
5) 703.9
6) 452.5
7) Blacks should help themselves291.6
8) Don't know1769.7
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
674) What about the Democratic Party? (Do you think THEY feel that government should make every effort to improve the social and economic position of blacks, or that government should not make any special effort to help blacks because they should help themselves?) [R placement of Democratic Party on aid to blacks scale: Telephone interview] (DEMSBAP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should help blacks43724.2
5) Blacks should help themselves1126.2
7) Other/it depends/neither261.4
8) Don't know22012.2
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
675) If R says Democratic Party thinks government should help blacks/if R says Democratic Party thinks blacks should help themselves: Telephone (DEMSBAS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP125869.6
1) Great extent30116.7
5) Only some24713.7
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
676) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Democratic Party placement from branching series (DEMSBA5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't help blacks to great extent25614.2
2) Gov't help blacks to some extent18110.0
3) Other/neither/depends261.4
4) Should help themselves to some extent663.7
5) Should help themselves to a great extent452.5
8) Don't know22112.2
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
677) Summary: 5pt Aid blacks Democratic Party placement from 7pt scale/branching (DEMSBA7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Gov't help blacks to great extent36220.0
2) Scale 2 branching: Gov't help blacks to some extent34519.1
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/neither/depends50828.1
4) Scale 6 branching: Should help themselves to some extent1116.1
5) Scale 7 branching: Should help themselves to a great extent744.1
8) Don't know39722.0
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
678) Where would you place the Republican Party on this issue? [R placement of Republican Party on aid to blacks scale: FTF interview] (REPSBAF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80144.3
1) Gov't should help blacks150.8
2) 191.1
3) 663.7
4) 18610.3
5) 21812.1
6) 19610.8
7) Blacks should help themselves1166.4
8) Don't know18610.3
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
679) What about the Republican Party? (Do you think THEY feel that government should make every effort to improve the social and economic position of blacks, or that government should not make any special effort to help blacks because they should help themselves?) [R placement of Republican Party on aid to blacks scale: Telephone interview] (REPSBAP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't should help blacks1518.4
5) Blacks should help themselves36920.4
7) Other/it depends/neither432.4
8) Don't know23212.8
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
680) If R says Republican Party thinks government should help blacks/If R says Republican Party thinks blacks should help themselves: Telephone (REPSBAS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP128771.2
1) Great extent27115.0
5) Only some24913.8
TOTAL1807100.0
681) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Republican Party placement from branching series (REPSBA5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100655.7
1) Gov't help blacks to great extent442.4
2) Gov't help blacks to some extent1075.9
3) Other/neither/depends432.4
4) Should help themselves to some extent1427.9
5) Should help themselves to a great extent22712.6
8) Don't know23212.8
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
682) Summary: 5pt aid blacks Republican Party placement from 7pt scale/branching (REPSBA7P)
TOTAL%
1) Scale 1 branching: Gov't help blacks to great extent593.3
2) Scale 2 branching: Gov't help blacks to some extent1267.0
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/neither/depends51328.4
4) Scale 6 branching: Should help themselves to some extent33818.7
5) Scale 7 branching: Should help themselves to a great extent34319.0
8) Don't know41823.1
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
683) If R selected for standard version: Some people think that if a company has a history of discriminating against blacks when making hiring decisions, then they should be required to have an affirmative action program that gives blacks preference in hiring. What do you think? Should companies that have discriminated against blacks have to have an affirmative action program? (AFFIRMS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92751.3
1) Yes, they should have to have affirmative action43123.9
5) No, they should not have to have affirmative action33818.7
7) Other (specify)593.3
8) Don't know422.3
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
684) If R selected for experimental version: Some people think that if a company has a history of discriminating against blacks when making hiring decisions, then they should be required to have an affirmative action program that gives blacks preference in hiring. What do you think? Should companies that have discriminated against blacks have to have an affirmative action program or should companies not have to have an affirmative action program? (AFFIRME)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP88048.7
1) Yes, they should have to have affirmative action39722.0
5) No, they should not have to have affirmative action42923.7
7) Other (specify)502.8
8) Don't know432.4
9) Refused80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
685) If R says companies should have to have affirmative action: Do you feel strongly or not strongly (that they should have to have affirmative action)? (AFFIRMSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP97954.2
1) Strongly60133.3
5) Not strongly22112.2
8) Don't know60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
686) If R says companies should not have to have affirmative action: Do you feel strongly or not strongly (that they should not have to have affirmative action)? (AFFIRMOP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP104057.6
1) Strongly56031.0
5) Not strongly20411.3
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
687) Combined affirmative action (standard/experimental) (AFFIRMSM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, they should have to have affirmative action82845.8
5) No, they should not have to have affirmative action76742.4
7) Other1096.0
8) Don't know854.7
9) Refused181.0
TOTAL1807100.0
688) Summary - affirmative action (standard/experimental) (AFFIRMAL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly - should have to have affirmative action60133.3
2) Not strongly - should have to have affirmative action22112.2
4) Not strongly - shouldn't have to have affirmative action20411.3
5) Strongly - shouldn't have to have affirmative action56031.0
7) Other1096.0
8) Don't know935.1
9) Refused191.1
TOTAL1807100.0
689) Building and repairing highways (If you had a say in making up the federal budget this year, should federal spending on building and repairing highways be increased decreased or kept about the same?) (HIGHWAY)
TOTAL%
1) Increased67737.5
3) Decreased1357.5
5) Kept about the same96953.6
7) Cut out entirely60.3
8) Don't know201.1
TOTAL1807100.0
690) What about welfare programs? (Should federal spending on welfare programs be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (WELFARE)
TOTAL%
1) Increased30216.7
3) Decreased66937.0
5) Kept about the same78243.3
7) Cut out entirely221.2
8) Don't know301.7
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
691) What about spending on aids research? (Should federal spending on spending on aids research be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (AIDS)
TOTAL%
1) Increased91150.4
3) Decreased1518.4
5) Kept about the same69738.6
7) Cut out entirely110.6
8) Don't know372.0
TOTAL1807100.0
692) What about foreign aid? (Should federal spending on foreign aid be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (FOREIGN)
TOTAL%
1) Increased1629.0
3) Decreased78743.6
5) Kept about the same79243.8
7) Cut out entirely221.2
8) Don't know422.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
693) What about food stamps? (Should federal spending on food stamps be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (FOODSTMP)
TOTAL%
1) Increased28515.8
3) Decreased54930.4
5) Kept about the same89049.3
7) Cut out entirely321.8
8) Don't know492.7
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
694) What about aid to poor people? (Should federal spending on aid to poor people be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (AIDPOOR)
TOTAL%
1) Increased91650.7
3) Decreased1548.5
5) Kept about the same69338.4
7) Cut out entirely90.5
8) Don't know291.6
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
695) What about social security? (Should federal spending on social security be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (SOCSEC)
TOTAL%
1) Increased112062.0
3) Decreased663.7
5) Kept about the same57231.7
7) Cut out entirely110.6
8) Don't know382.1
TOTAL1807100.0
696) What about environmental protection? (Should federal spending on environmental protection be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (ENVIRON)
TOTAL%
1) Increased91350.5
3) Decreased1649.1
5) Kept about the same69438.4
7) Cut out entirely20.1
8) Don't know331.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
697) What about public schools? (Should federal spending on public schools be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (SCHOOLS)
TOTAL%
1) Increased136875.7
3) Decreased874.8
5) Kept about the same33018.3
7) Cut out entirely130.7
8) Don't know90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
698) What about dealing with crime? (Should federal spending on dealing with crime be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (CRIME)
TOTAL%
1) Increased118065.3
3) Decreased894.9
5) Kept about the same51428.4
7) Cut out entirely70.4
8) Don't know170.9
TOTAL1807100.0
699) What about child care? (Should federal spending on child care be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (CHILDCAR)
TOTAL%
1) Increased110861.3
3) Decreased1287.1
5) Kept about the same51528.5
7) Cut out entirely160.9
8) Don't know392.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
700) What about tightening border security to prevent illegal immigration? (Should federal spending on tightening border security to prevent illegal immigration be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (IMMIGRAT)
TOTAL%
1) Increased93151.5
3) Decreased1739.6
5) Kept about the same64135.5
7) Cut out entirely110.6
8) Don't know472.6
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
701) What about aid to blacks? (Should federal spending on aid to blacks be increased, decreased, or kept about the same?) (BLACKS)
TOTAL%
1) Increased29316.2
3) Decreased41523.0
5) Kept about the same97153.7
7) Cut out entirely392.2
8) Don't know754.2
9) Refused140.8
TOTAL1807100.0
702) Recently, there has been a lot of talk about how to spend the extra money the federal government is likely to have in the near future. Some people have proposed that most of the expected federal budget surplus should be used to cut taxes. Do you approve or disapprove of this proposal? (TAXCUTS)
TOTAL%
1) Approve111161.5
5) Disapprove63735.3
8) Don't know563.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
703) If R approves using federal budget surplus to cut taxes/If R disapproves using federal budget surplus to cut taxes: Do you approve of this proposal strongly or not strongly?/Do you disapprove of this proposal strongly or not strongly? (TAXCUTAD)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP593.3
1) Strongly121667.3
5) Not strongly52929.3
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
704) Summary: Tax cut from surplus (TAXCUTSP)
TOTAL%
1) Approve strongly81144.9
2) Approve not strongly29816.5
4) Disapprove not strongly23112.8
5) Disapprove strongly40522.4
8) Don't know593.3
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
705) Some people have proposed that most of the expected federal budget surplus should go to protecting social security and Medicare. Do you approve or disapprove of this proposal? (SOCSECSP)
TOTAL%
1) Approve145380.4
5) Disapprove31217.3
8) Don't know392.2
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
706) If R approves using surplus for social security & medicare/If R disapproves using surplus for social security & medicare: Do you approve of this proposal strongly or not strongly?/Do you disapprove of this proposal strongly or not strongly? (SOCSCSSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP422.3
1) Strongly130972.4
5) Not strongly45425.1
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
707) Summary: Use surplus to protect social security (SOCSECSM)
TOTAL%
1) Approve strongly115363.8
2) Approve not strongly29816.5
4) Disapprove not strongly1568.6
5) Disapprove strongly1568.6
8) Don't know412.3
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
708) There has been some discussion about abortion during recent years. I am going to read you a short list of opinions. Please tell me which one of the opinions best agrees with your view? You can just tell me the number of the opinion you choose. (ABORTION)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) By law, abortion should never be permitted.21511.9
2) The law should permit abortion only in case of rape, incest, or when the woman's life is in danger52529.1
3) The law should permit abortion for reasons other than rape, incest, or danger to the woman's life, but only after the need for the abortion has been clearly established26514.7
4) By law, a woman should always be able to obtain an abortion as a matter of personal choice75341.7
7) Other (specify)281.5
8) Don't know110.6
9) Refused70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
709) All abortion respondents: How important is this issue to you personally? Not at all important, not too important, somewhat important, very important, or extremely important? (ABORTIMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Not at all important764.2
2) Not too important19310.7
3) Somewhat important49927.6
4) Very important64035.4
5) Extremely important38921.5
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
710) Where would you place Al Gore on abortion? (GOREABTN)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) By law, abortion should never be permitted.844.6
2) The law should permit abortion only in case of rape, incest, or when the woman's life is in danger22812.6
3) The law should permit abortion for reasons other than rape, incest, or danger to the woman's life, but only after the need for the abortion has been clearly established25314.0
4) By law, a woman should always be able to obtain an abortion as a matter of personal choice76242.2
7) Other (specify)211.2
8) Don't know45024.9
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
711) If Gore's position on abortion is not DON'T KNOW/REF: How certain are you of Al Gore's position? Very certain, pretty certain, or not very certain? (GOREABP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP45925.4
1) Very certain42623.6
3) Pretty certain54029.9
5) Not very certain38021.0
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
712) Where would you place George W. Bush (on abortion)? (BUSHABTN)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) By law, abortion should never be permitted.28515.8
2) The law should permit abortion only in case of rape, incest, or when the woman's life is in danger65536.2
3) The law should permit abortion for reasons other than rape, incest, or danger to the woman's life, but only after the need for the abortion has been clearly established22712.6
4) By law, a woman should always be able to obtain an abortion as a matter of personal choice1196.6
7) Other (specify)231.3
8) Don't know48827.0
9) Refused70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
713) If George W. Bush's position on abortion is not DON'T KNOW/REF: How certain are you of George W. Bush's position? Very certain, pretty certain, or not very certain? (BUSHABP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP49827.6
1) Very certain31517.4
3) Pretty certain56031.0
5) Not very certain43324.0
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
714) Would you favor or oppose a law in your state that would require a teenage girl under age 18 to receive her parent's permission before she could obtain an abortion? (ABRTPRNT)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor139577.2
5) Oppose35319.5
8) Don't know442.4
9) Refused120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
715) If R favors abortion law requiring minors' parental permission/If R opposes abortion law requiring minors' parental permission: Strongly or not strongly? (ABRTSPRN)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP593.3
1) Strongly146180.9
5) Not strongly28615.8
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
716) Summary: Parental consent for abortions (ABRTSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor strongly123368.2
2) Favor not strongly1629.0
4) Oppose not strongly1246.9
5) Oppose strongly22812.6
8) Don't know452.5
9) Refused120.7
TOTAL1807100.0
717) There has been discussion recently about a proposed law to ban certain types of late-term abortions, sometimes called partial birth abortions. Do you favor or oppose a law that would make these types of abortions illegal? (PBRTHSUP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor123668.4
5) Oppose44424.6
8) Don't know1086.0
9) Refused160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
718) If R favors ban on late-term abortions/If R opposes ban on late-term abortions: Do you strongly or not strongly favor/oppose a law that would that would make these types of abortions illegal? (PBRTHSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP1277.0
1) Strongly138676.7
5) Not strongly28916.0
8) Don't know50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
719) Summary: Ban on late-term abortions (PBRTHSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor strongly109760.7
2) Favor not strongly1377.6
4) Oppose not strongly1528.4
5) Oppose strongly28916.0
8) Don't know1136.3
9) REFUSED160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
720) Checkpoint: Mode and version for environment versus jobs self-placement [FTF: Rs were randomly assigned to the standard 7-point scale or to an experimental version of the 7-point scale (without haven't thought much about it option). Phone: Rs were randomly assigned to 2 versions of the branching format; in the 2nd version, the initial placement question does not include the ‘haven't thought much about it' option.] (CKPTEJSP)
TOTAL%
1) FTF standard version50227.8
2) FTF experimental version50427.9
3) Phone version 137320.6
4) Phone version 242823.7
TOTAL1807100.0
721) [Environment versus jobs scale self placement] If R selected for standard version: FTF: Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (JOBENVF)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this663.7
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living663.7
2) 663.7
3) 703.9
4) 1317.2
5) 603.3
6) 261.4
7) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment160.9
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused; NA; INAP130572.2
TOTAL1807100.0
722) If R selected for experimental version: FTF: Where would you place yourself on this scale? (JOBENVE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP130572.2
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living442.4
2) 623.4
3) 925.1
4) 1608.9
5) 703.9
6) 412.3
7) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment181.0
8) Don't know130.7
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
723) Combined FTF standard/experimental - 7pt jobs vs. environment (JOBNVC)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this663.7
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living1106.1
2) 1287.1
3) 1629.0
4) 29116.1
5) 1307.2
6) 673.7
7) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment341.9
8) Don't know140.8
9) Refused; NA; INAP80544.5
TOTAL1807100.0
724) If R selected for version 1: Telephone: Which is closer to the way you feel, or haven't you thought much about this? (JOBENVP)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much1106.1
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living1779.8
5) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment522.9
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]291.6
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused; NA; INAP143479.4
TOTAL1807100.0
725) If R selected for version 2: Telephone: Which is closer to the way you feel? (JOBENVPE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP138076.4
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living24513.6
5) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment1025.6
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]462.5
8) Don't know281.5
9) Refused60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
726) Combined telephone versions - environment vs. jobs (JOBENVC)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much1106.1
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living42223.4
5) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment1548.5
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]754.2
8) Don't know331.8
9) Refused; NA; INAP101356.1
TOTAL1807100.0
727) Both telephone versions: If protecting environment is more important/If maintaining jobs and standard of living are more important: Telephone: Is protecting the environment much more important (than maintaining jobs and standard of living) or only somewhat more important?/Are maintaining jobs and standard of living much more important (than protecting the environment) or only somewhat more important? (JOBVSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP123168.1
1) Much more important33618.6
5) Only somewhat more important24013.3
TOTAL1807100.0
728) Summary: 5pt env/jobs self-placement from branching series (JOBENV5P)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much1106.1
1) Environment much more important27014.9
2) Environment somewhat more important1528.4
3) Other/depends/neither754.2
4) Jobs somewhat more important884.9
5) Jobs much more important663.7
8) Don't know331.8
9) Refused; NA; INAP101356.1
TOTAL1807100.0
729) Summary: 5pt env/jobs self-placement from 7pt scale/branching (JOBENV7P)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much1769.7
1) Scale 1 branching: Environment much more important38021.0
2) Scale 2 branching: Environment somewhat more important28015.5
3) Scale 3 branching: Other/depends/neither65836.4
4) Scale 4 branching: Jobs somewhat more important1558.6
5) Scale 5 branching: Jobs much more important1005.5
8) Don't know472.6
9) Refused; NA110.6
TOTAL1807100.0
730) Where would you place Al Gore on this issue (jobs/environment scale)? [FTF interview] (GOREJEF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80344.4
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living1327.3
2) 1618.9
3) 1719.5
4) 1789.9
5) 794.4
6) 452.5
7) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment221.2
8) Don't know21311.8
9) REFUSED30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
731) What about Al Gore? Do you think he thinks it is important to protect the environment even if it costs some jobs, OR that protecting the environment is not as important as maintaining jobs and our standard of living? [Telephone interview] (GOREJEP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living46125.5
5) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment1015.6
7) Other, it depends, neither211.2
8) Don't know21511.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
732) If R says Gore thinks protecting environment is more important/If R says Gore thinks jobs and standard of living are more important: Telephone: Does he think protecting the environment much more important (than maintaining jobs and standard of living) or only somewhat more important?/ Does he think maintaining jobs and standard of living much more important (than protecting the environment) or only somewhat more important? (GORESJE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP124568.9
1) Much more important32417.9
5) Somewhat more important23412.9
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
733) Summary: 5pt env/jobs Gore placement from branching series (GOREJE5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Environment much more important29816.5
2) Environment somewhat more important1618.9
3) Other/depends/neither211.2
4) Jobs somewhat more important734.0
5) Jobs much more important261.4
8) Don't know21912.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
734) Summary: 5pt env/jobs Gore placement from 7pt scale/branching (GOREJE7P)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Scale 1 branching: Environment much more important43023.8
2) Scale 2 branching: Environment somewhat more important32217.8
3) Scale 3 branching: Other/depends/neither44924.8
4) Scale 4 branching: Jobs somewhat more important1186.5
5) Scale 5 branching: Jobs much more important482.7
8) Don't know43223.9
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
735) Where would you place George W. Bush on this issue (jobs/environment scale)? [FTF interview] (BUSHJEF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80344.4
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living231.3
2) 181.0
3) 734.0
4) 19911.0
5) 20911.6
6) 1689.3
7) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment633.5
8) Don't know24913.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
736) What about George W. Bush? Do you think he thinks it is important to protect the environment even if it costs some jobs, OR that protecting the environment is not as important as maintaining jobs and our standard of living? [Telephone interview] (BUSHJEP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Protect environment, even if it costs job & standard of living19410.7
5) Jobs & standard of living more important than environment32718.1
7) Other, it depends, neither392.2
8) Don't know23713.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
737) If R says Bush thinks protecting environment is more important/If R says Bush thinks jobs and standard of living are more important: Telephone: Does he think protecting the environment much more important (than maintaining jobs and standard of living) or only somewhat more important?/ Does he think maintaining jobs and standard of living much more important (than protecting the environment) or only somewhat more important? (BUSHSJE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP128671.2
1) Much more important24213.4
5) Somewhat more important27315.1
8) Don't know60.3
TOTAL1807100.0
738) Summary: 5pt env/jobs Bush placement from branching series (BUSHJE5P)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Environment much more important784.3
2) Environment somewhat more important1146.3
3) Other/depends/neither392.2
4) Jobs somewhat more important1598.8
5) Jobs much more important1649.1
8) Don't know24313.4
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
739) Summary: 5pt env/jobs Bush placement from 7pt scale/branching (BUSHJE7P)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Scale 1 branching: environment much more important1015.6
2) Scale 2 branching: environment somewhat more important1327.3
3) Scale 3 branching: Other/depends/neither52028.8
4) Scale 4 branching: Jobs somewhat more important32718.1
5) Scale 5 branching: Jobs much more important22712.6
8) Don't know49227.2
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
740) Do you think homosexuals should be allowed to serve in the United States Armed Forces or don't you think so? (GAYMLSUP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Homosexuals should be allowed to serve128571.1
5) Homosexuals should not be allowed to serve41422.9
8) Don't know864.8
9) Refused191.1
TOTAL1807100.0
741) If R says allow homosexuals to serve in armed forces: Do you feel strongly or not strongly that homosexuals should be allowed to serve? (GAYMLFAV)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP52228.9
1) Strongly87148.2
5) Not strongly41022.7
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
742) If R says do not allow homosexuals to serve in armed forces: Do you feel strongly or not strongly that homosexuals should not be allowed to serve? (GAYMLOPP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP139377.1
1) Strongly32217.8
5) Not strongly894.9
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
743) Summary: Homosexuals in armed forces (GAYMLSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Strongly - Should be allowed to serve87148.2
2) Not strongly - Should be allowed to serve41022.7
4) Not strongly - Should not be allowed to serve894.9
5) Strongly - Should not be allowed to serve32217.8
8) Don't know935.1
9) Refused191.1
TOTAL1807100.0
744) Do you think the federal government should make it more difficult for people to buy a gun than it is now, make it easier for people to buy a gun, or keep these rules about the same as they are now? (GUNSSUP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) More difficult106058.7
3) Make it easier754.2
5) Keep these rules about the same65936.5
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
745) If R says gov't should make it more difficult to buy a gun: A lot more difficult or somewhat more difficult? (GUNSCRTL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP74741.3
1) A lot more difficult86147.6
5) Somewhat more difficult19911.0
TOTAL1807100.0
746) If R says Gov't should make it easier to buy a gun: A lot easier or somewhat easier? (GUNFREE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP173295.8
1) A lot easier392.2
5) Somewhat easier362.0
TOTAL1807100.0
747) Summary: R position on gun restrictions (GUNSSUMM)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) A lot more difficult86147.6
2) Somewhat more difficult19911.0
3) Keep rules about the same65936.5
4) Somewhat easier362.0
5) A lot easier392.2
8) Don't know80.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
748) All gun restriction respondents: How important is this issue to you personally? Not at all important, not too important, somewhat important, very important, or extremely important? (GUNSIMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Not at all important372.0
2) Not too important1397.7
3) Somewhat important46125.5
4) Very important71639.6
5) Extremely important44824.8
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
749) Where would you place Al Gore? Do you think he would like to make it more difficult for people to buy a gun, make it easier for people to buy a gun, or keep these rules about the same as they are now? (GOREGUNS)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) More difficult113963.0
3) Make it easier191.1
5) Keep these rules about the same35019.4
8) Don't know29416.3
9) REFUSED20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
750) If R thinks Gore would like it easier to buy a gun/If R thinks Gore would like it more difficult to buy a gun: A lot easier or somewhat easier?/A lot more difficult or somewhat more difficult? (GOREGCT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP64935.9
1) A lot71839.7
5) Somewhat43724.2
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
751) Summary: Gore position on gun restrictions (GOREGCTL)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) A lot more difficult70939.2
2) Somewhat more difficult42723.6
3) Keep rules about the same35019.4
4) Somewhat easier100.6
5) A lot easier90.5
8) Don't know29716.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
752) If R says Gore wants more difficult/easier to buy gun: If strength of Gore placement is not DON'T KNOW/REFUSED: How certain are you of Al Gore's position? Very certain, pretty certain, or not very certain? (GOREGCPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP65236.1
1) Very certain39321.7
3) Pretty certain54230.0
5) Not very certain21912.1
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
753) Where would you place George W. Bush? Do you think he would like to make it more difficult for people to buy a gun, make it easier for people to buy a gun, or keep these rules about the same as they are now? (BUSHGUNS)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) More difficult37520.8
3) Make it easier31517.4
5) Keep these rules about the same80644.6
8) Don't know30616.9
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
754) If R thinks G.W. Bush would like it easier to buy a gun/If R thinks G.W. Bush would like it more difficult to buy a gun: A lot easier or somewhat easier? A lot more difficult or somewhat more difficult? (BUSHGCT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP111761.8
1) A lot31817.6
5) Somewhat37020.5
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
755) Summary: GW Bush position on gun restrictions (BUSHGCTL)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) A lot more difficult18210.1
2) Somewhat more difficult19310.7
3) Keep rules about the same80644.6
4) Somewhat easier1779.8
5) A lot easier1367.5
8) Don't know30817.0
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
756) If R says GW Bush wants more difficult/easier to buy gun: If strength of GW Bush placement is not DON'T KNOW/REFUSED: How certain are you of George W. Bush's position? Very certain, pretty certain, or not very certain? (BUSHGCPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP111961.9
1) Very certain19010.5
3) Pretty certain31817.6
5) Not very certain18010.0
TOTAL1807100.0
757) If R selected for standard version: Do you favor or oppose a school voucher program that would allow parents to use tax funds to send their children to the school of their choice, even if it were a private school? (SCHVCHRS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92551.2
1) Favor school voucher program42423.5
5) Oppose school voucher program39421.8
8) Don't know623.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
758) If R selected for experimental version: Do you favor or oppose a school voucher program that would allow parents to use tax funds to send their children to the school of their choice, even if it were a private school, or haven't you thought much about this? (SCHVCHRE)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this31717.5
1) Favor school voucher program33218.4
5) Oppose school voucher program25914.3
8) Don't know120.7
9) Refused; NA; INAP88749.1
TOTAL1807100.0
759) Combined versions - school vouchers (SCHVCHRC)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this31717.5
1) Favor school voucher program75641.8
5) Oppose school voucher program65336.1
8) Don't know744.1
9) Refused; NA; INAP70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
760) If R favors school voucher program/If R opposes school voucher program: Do you favor/oppose a school voucher program strongly or not strongly? (SCHVCHRH)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP121667.3
1) Strongly43924.3
5) Not strongly1528.4
TOTAL1807100.0
761) Summary: R position on school vouchers (SCHVCHRU)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this31717.5
1) Favor strongly24513.6
2) Favor not strongly874.8
4) Oppose not strongly653.6
5) Oppose strongly19410.7
8) Don't know120.7
9) Refused; NA; INAP88749.1
TOTAL1807100.0
762) Do you favor a law making English the official language of the United States, meaning government business would be conducted in English only, or do you oppose such a law? (ENGLOFFC)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor120266.5
3) Neither favor nor oppose [Vol]1307.2
5) Oppose44624.7
8) Don't know241.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
763) Some people say that the government in Washington should see to it that white and black children go to the same schools. Others claim that this is not the government's business. Have you been interested enough in this question to favor one side over the other? (SCHLINTG)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Yes119566.1
5) No58032.1
8) Don't know271.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
764) If R has opinion whether gov't see to black/white kids in same schools: Do you think the government in Washington should see to it that white and black children go to the same schools or stay out of this area as it is not the government's business? (SCHLINTO)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP61233.9
1) See to it that white and black children go to the same school59633.0
5) Stay out of this area as it is not the government's business53129.4
7) Other; depends563.1
8) Don't know100.6
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
765) Do you think gay or lesbian couples, in other words, homosexual couples, should be legally permitted to adopt children? (GAYADOPT)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Yes74741.3
5) No90950.3
8) Don't know1267.0
9) Refused221.2
TOTAL1807100.0
766) Do you favor or oppose the death penalty for persons convicted of murder? (DTHPSUP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor124068.6
5) Oppose46225.6
8) Don't know874.8
9) Refused150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
767) If R favors death penalty for persons convicted of murder:(Do you favor the death penalty for persons convicted of murder) strongly or not strongly? (DTHPSTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP56731.4
1) Strongly92551.2
5) Not strongly31417.4
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
768) If R opposes death penalty for persons convicted of murder:(Do you oppose the death penalty for persons convicted of murder) strongly or not strongly? (DTHOPP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP134574.4
1) Strongly28315.7
5) Not strongly1779.8
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
769) Summary: R position on death penalty (DTHPSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor strongly92551.2
2) Favor not strongly31417.4
4) Oppose not strongly1779.8
5) Oppose strongly28315.7
8) Don't know894.9
9) Refused160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
770) Checkpoint: Mode and version for women's equal role self-placement (CKPTWOM)
TOTAL%
1) FTF standard52028.8
2) FTF experimental48626.9
3) Phone version 138221.1
4) Phone version 241923.2
TOTAL1807100.0
771) [If R selected for standard version: FTF: R self placement on equal role scale] Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (FMQLFTF)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this181.0
1) Women and men should have equal roles29616.4
2) 804.4
3) 311.7
4) 442.4
5) 201.1
6) 140.8
7) A woman's place is in the home160.9
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused; NA; INAP128771.2
TOTAL1807100.0
772) [If R selected for experimental version: FTF: R self placement on equal role scale] Where would you place yourself on this scale? (FMQLFTE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP132373.2
1) Women and men should have equal roles27615.3
2) 623.4
3) 392.2
4) 603.3
5) 181.0
6) 90.5
7) A woman's place is in the home130.7
8) Don't know60.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
773) Combined FTF standard/experimental versions - women's role (FMQLFTC)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this181.0
1) Women and men should have equal roles57231.7
2) 1427.9
3) 703.9
4) 1045.8
5) 382.1
6) 231.3
7) A woman's place is in the home291.6
8) Don't know70.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP80444.5
TOTAL1807100.0
774) Recently there has been a lot of talk about women's rights. Some people feel that women should have an equal role with men in running business, industry, and government. Others feel that a woman's place is in the home. If R selected for version 1:Telephone: Which is closer to the way you feel, or haven't you thought much about this? (FMQLST)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much191.1
1) Women and men should have equal roles32818.2
5) A woman's place is in the home181.0
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]140.8
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused; NA; INAP142578.9
TOTAL1807100.0
775) Recently there has been a lot of talk about women's rights. Some people feel that women should have an equal role with men in running business, industry, and government. Others feel that a woman's place is in the home. If R selected for version 2: Telephone: Which is closer to the way you feel? (FMQLBRE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP138976.9
1) Women and men should have equal roles36720.3
5) A woman's place is in the home231.3
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]241.3
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
776) Combined telephone versions - women's role (FMQLCPH)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much191.1
1) Women and men should have equal roles69538.5
5) A woman's place is in the home412.3
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]382.1
8) Don't know60.3
9) Refused; NA; INAP100855.8
TOTAL1807100.0
777) Both telephone versions: If R says men and women should have equal roles/If R says a woman's place is in the home: Telephone: Do you feel strongly or not strongly that men and women should have equal roles?/Do you feel strongly or not strongly that a woman's place is in the home? (FMQLSUP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP107159.3
1) Strongly68037.6
5) Not strongly553.0
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
778) Summary: 5pt womens role self-placement from branching series (FMQL5PS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much191.1
1) Strongly - women equal role65236.1
2) Not strongly - equal role422.3
3) Other/depends/neither382.1
4) Not strongly - place is in the home130.7
5) Strongly - place is in the home281.5
8) Don't know70.4
9) Refused; NA; INAP100855.8
TOTAL1807100.0
779) Summary: 5pt womens role self-placement from 7pt scale/branching (FMQL7PS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much372.0
1) Scale 1 branching: strongly - women equal role122467.7
2) Scale 2 branching: not strongly - equal role18410.2
3) Scale 3 branching: other/depends/neither25013.8
4) Scale 4 branching: not strongly - place is in the home362.0
5) Scale 5 branching: strongly - place is in the home573.2
8) Don't know140.8
9) Refused; NA; INAP50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
780) Gore-equal role scale FTF Where would you place Al Gore (on this issue)? (GOREFEQF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80344.4
1) Women and men should have equal roles27315.1
2) 18510.2
3) 1458.0
4) 1277.0
5) 362.0
6) 241.3
7) A woman's place is in the home191.1
8) Don't know19310.7
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
781) Telephone: What about Al Gore? Do you think he feels that women should have an equal role with men in running business, industry and government, or that a woman's place is in the home? (GOREFEQP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Women and men should have equal roles55230.5
5) A woman's place is in the home402.2
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]191.1
8) Don't know18710.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
782) If R thinks Gore feels men and women should have equal roles/If R thinks Gore feels that a woman's place is in the home: Telephone: Do you think he feels strongly or not strongly that men and women should have equal role?/Do you think he feels strongly or not strongly that a woman's place is in the home? (GOREFEQS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP121567.2
1) Strongly50628.0
5) Not strongly784.3
8) Don't know80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
783) Summary: 5pt womens role Gore placement from branching series (GORE5FEQ)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Strongly - women equal role48026.6
2) Not strongly - equal role643.5
3) Other/depends/neither191.1
4) Not strongly - place is in the home140.8
5) Strongly - place is in the home261.4
8) Don't know19510.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
784) Summary: 5pt womens role Gore placement from 7pt scale/branching (GORE7FEQ)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Scale 1 branching: Strongly - women equal role75341.7
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strongly - equal role24913.8
3) Scale 3 branching: Other/depends/neither32718.1
4) Scale 4 branching: Not strongly - place is in the home382.1
5) Scale 5 branching: strongly - place is in the home452.5
8) Don't know38821.5
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
785) Bush-equal role scale FTF Where would you place George W. Bush (on this issue)? (BUSHFEQF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80344.4
1) Women and men should have equal roles1548.5
2) 995.5
3) 1538.5
4) 1729.5
5) 1146.3
6) 603.3
7) A woman's place is in the home301.7
8) Don't know22012.2
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
786) Telephone: What about George W. Bush? Do you think he feels that women should have an equal role with men in running business, industry and government, OR that a woman's place is in the home? (BUSHFEQP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Women and men should have equal roles44024.3
5) A woman's place is in the home1126.2
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]301.7
8) Don't know21612.0
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
787) If R thinks GW Bush feels men and women should have equal roles/If R thinks GW Bush feels that a woman's place is in the home: Telephone: Do you think he feels strongly or not strongly that men and women should have equal roles?/Do you think he feels strongly or not strongly that a woman's place is in the home? (BUSHFEQS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP125569.5
1) Strongly41222.8
5) Not strongly1337.4
8) Don't know70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
788) Summary: 5pt womens role Bush placement from branching series (BUSH5FEQ)
TOTAL%
0) NA; FTF mode100755.7
1) Strongly - women equal role34419.0
2) Not strongly - equal role905.0
3) Other/depends/neither301.7
4) Not strongly - place is in the home432.4
5) Strongly - place is in the home683.8
8) Don't know22312.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
789) Summary: 5pt womens role Bush placement from 7pt scale/branching (BUSH7FEQ)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Scale 1 branching: strongly - women equal role49827.6
2) Scale 2 branching: Not strongly - equal role18910.5
3) Scale 3 branching: Other/depends/neither46926.0
4) Scale 4 branching: Not strongly - place is in the home1035.7
5) Scale 5 branching: Strongly - place is in the home985.4
8) Don't know44324.5
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
790) [FTF interview: R self placement on environmental regulation scale] Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (ENVREGSP)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this19210.6
1) Tougher regulations on business needed to protect environment1729.5
2) 1498.2
3) 1598.8
4) 1679.2
5) 764.2
6) 482.7
7) Regulations to protect environment already too much a burden362.0
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused; NA; INAP80344.4
TOTAL1807100.0
791) Some people think we need much tougher government regulations on business in order to protect the environment. Others think that current regulations to protect the environment are already too much of a burden on business. Telephone interview: Which is closer to the way you feel, or haven't you thought much about this? (ENVRGBR)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about this24313.4
1) Tougher regulations on business needed to protect environment33718.6
5) Regulations to protect environment already too much a burden1327.3
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]734.0
8) Don't know110.6
9) Refused; NA; INAP101155.9
TOTAL1807100.0
792) If R thinks tougher regulation on business needed: Telephone: Do we need to toughen regulations to protect the environment a lot, or just somewhat? (ENVRGINC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP147081.4
1) A lot21712.0
5) Somewhat1206.6
TOTAL1807100.0
793) If R thinks regulations already too much burden: Telephone: Are regulations to protect the environment way too much of a burden on business or just somewhat of a burden? (ENVRGBRD)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP167592.7
1) Way too much583.2
5) Somewhat744.1
TOTAL1807100.0
794) Summary: 5pt environment regulation self-placement from branching series (ENVRG5PS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about it24313.4
1) Toughen regulations a lot21712.0
2) Toughen regulations a little1206.6
3) Other/depends/neither734.0
4) Regulations somewhat of a burden744.1
5) Regulations way too much burden583.2
8) Don't know110.6
9) Refused; NA; INAP101155.9
TOTAL1807100.0
795) Summary: 5pt environment regulation self-placement from 7pt scale/branching (ENVRG7PS)
TOTAL%
0) Haven't thought much about it43524.1
1) Scale 1 branching: toughen regulations a lot38921.5
2) Scale 2 branching: toughen regulations a little26914.9
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: other/depends/neither47526.3
4) Scale 6 branching: regulations somewhat of a burden1226.8
5) Scale 7 branching: regulations way too much burden945.2
8) Don't know160.9
9) Refused; NA70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
796) All environmental regulation respondents: How important is this issue to you personally? Not at all important, not too important, somewhat important, very important, or extremely important? (ENVRGIMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Not at all important1297.1
2) Not too important22312.3
3) Somewhat important64835.9
4) Very important56331.2
5) Extremely important21912.1
8) Don't know211.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
797) [Gore placement-environmental regulation scale] Where would you place Al Gore on this issue? (GOREENV)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80344.4
1) Tougher regulations on business needed to protect environment1538.5
2) 23212.8
3) 1789.9
4) 1387.6
5) 452.5
6) 241.3
7) Regulations to protect environment already too much a burden100.6
8) Don't know22312.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
798) Telephone: What about Al Gore? Do you think he believes we need much tougher government regulations on business in order to protect the environment, OR that current regulations to protect the environment are already too much of a burden on business? (GOREENVB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Tougher regulations on business needed to protect environment48326.7
5) Regulations to protect environment already too much a burden713.9
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]191.1
8) Don't know22512.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
799) If R thinks Gore feels tougher environmental regulation on business needed: Telephone: Do you think he believes that we need to toughen regulations to protect the environment a lot, or just somewhat? (GOREERT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP132473.3
1) A lot33118.3
5) Somewhat1518.4
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
800) If R thinks Gore feels environment regulations already too much burden: Telephone: Do you think he believes regulations to protect the environment are way too much of a burden on business or just somewhat of a burden? (GOREERB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP173696.1
1) Way too much70.4
5) Somewhat643.5
TOTAL1807100.0
801) Summary: 5pt environment regulation Gore placement from branching series (GOREE5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Toughen regulations a lot33118.3
2) Toughen regulations a little1518.4
3) Other/depends/neither191.1
4) Regulations somewhat of a burden643.5
5) Regulations way too much burden70.4
8) Don't know22612.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
802) Summary: 5pt environment regulation Gore placement from 7pt scale/branching (GOREE7PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Scale 1 branching: Toughen regulations a lot48426.8
2) Scale 2 branching: Toughen regulations a little38321.2
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: other/depends/neither38021.0
4) Scale 6 branching: regulations somewhat of a burden884.9
5) Scale 7 branching: regulations way too much burden170.9
8) Don't know44924.8
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
803) If R's placement of Gore is not DON'T KNOW or OTHER/DEPENDS/NEITHER: How certain are you of Al Gore's position? Very certain, pretty certain, or not very certain? (GORECRT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP47326.2
1) Very certain42023.2
3) Pretty certain54830.3
5) Not very certain36420.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
804) (Bush placement-environmental regulation scale) FTF: Where would you place George W. Bush (on this issue)? (BUSHENV)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP80344.4
1) Tougher regulations on business needed to protect environment261.4
2) 402.2
3) 935.1
4) 20311.2
5) 18210.1
6) 1488.2
7) Regulations to protect environment already too much a burden633.5
8) Don't know24813.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
805) Telephone: What about George W. Bush? Do you think he believes we need much tougher government regulations on business in order to protect the environment, or that current regulations to protect the environment are already too much of a burden on business? (BUSHENVB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Tougher regulations on business needed to protect environment1598.8
5) Regulations to protect environment already too much a burden35519.6
7) Other, it depends, neither [Vol]432.4
8) Don't know24113.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
806) If R thinks GW Bush feels tougher environment regulation on business needed: Telephone: Do you think he believes that we need to toughen regulations to protect the environment a lot, or just somewhat? (BUSHERT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP164891.2
1) A lot683.8
5) Somewhat915.0
TOTAL1807100.0
807) If R thinks GW Bush feels environment regulations already too much burden: Telephone: Do you think he believes regulations to protect the environment are way too much of a burden on business or just somewhat of a burden? (BUSHERB)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP145280.4
1) Way too much1367.5
5) Somewhat21612.0
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
808) Summary: 5pt environment regulation Bush placement from branching series (BUSHE5PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP100755.7
1) Toughen regulations a lot683.8
2) Toughen regulations a little915.0
3) Other/depends/neither432.4
4) Regulations somewhat of a burden21612.0
5) Regulations way too much burden1367.5
8) Don't know24413.5
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
809) Summary: 5pt environment regulation Bush placement from 7pt scale/branching (BUSHE7PS)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Scale 1 branching: Toughen regulations a lot945.2
2) Scale 2 branching: Toughen regulations a little1317.2
3) Scale 3,4,5 branching: Other/depends/neither52128.8
4) Scale 6 branching: Regulations somewhat of a burden36420.1
5) Scale 7 branching: Regulations way too much burden19911.0
8) Don't know49227.2
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
810) If R's placement of GW Bush is not DON'T KNOW or OTHER/DEPENDS/NEITHER: How certain are you of George W. Bush's position? Very certain, pretty certain, or not very certain? (BUSHECRT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP54129.9
1) Very certain25514.1
3) Pretty certain57031.5
5) Not very certain44024.3
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
811) So far as you know now, do you expect to vote in the national elections this coming November or not? (WILLVOTE)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Yes154785.6
5) No23012.7
8) Don't know271.5
TOTAL1807100.0
812) If R expects to vote in November election: Who do you think you will vote for in the election for President? (WHOVOTE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP26014.4
1) Al Gore74041.0
2) George W. Bush60433.4
3) Pat Buchanan50.3
4) Ralph Nader412.3
5) None (if voter, will not vote for President)30.2
7) Other703.9
8) Don't know633.5
9) Refused211.2
TOTAL1807100.0
813) If R expects to vote in November election: If intended presidential vote is not NONE or DON'T KNOW/REFUSED: Would you say that your preference for [Gore/Bush/Buchanan/other] is strong or not strong? (CANDPREF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP34719.2
1) Strong111461.6
5) Not strong33918.8
8) Don't know70.4
TOTAL1807100.0
814) If Turnout intent is will not/don't know if will vote in November/if vote intent is to vote but not for President: If you were going to vote, who do you think you would vote for in the election for President? (WHOVOTEN)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP154785.6
1) Al Gore894.9
2) George W. Bush1045.8
3) Pat Buchanan20.1
4) Ralph Nader40.2
5) None (if voter, will not vote for President) [Vol]331.8
7) Other60.3
8) Don't know191.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
815) If turnout intent is WILL NOT/DON'T KNOW if will vote in November/if vote intent is to vote but not for President: If R names presidential candidate he would vote for if voting: Would you say that your preference for is strong or not strong? (CANDPRFN)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP160288.7
1) Strong1055.8
5) Not strong975.4
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
816) After the November election, which party do you think will have the most members in the U.S. House of Representatives -- the Republicans or the Democrats? (PARTYHSE)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Republicans81545.1
5) Democrats60433.4
8) Don't know38421.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
817) Again, after the November election, which party do you think will have the most members in the U.S. Senate, -- the Republicans or the Democrats? (PARTYSEN)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Republicans81445.0
5) Democrats55730.8
8) Don't know43023.8
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
818) Some people feel that if black people are not getting fair treatment in jobs, the government in Washington ought to see to it that they do. Others feel that this is not the federal government's business. Have you had enough interest in this question to favor one side over the other? (JOBINTST)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Yes, have interest in question119266.0
5) No, haven't had interest58532.4
8) Don't know181.0
9) Refused90.5
TOTAL1807100.0
819) If R has had interest in issue of fair treatment in jobs: How do you feel? Should the government in Washington see to it that black people get fair treatment in jobs or is this not the federal government's business? (BLEQUAL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP61534.0
1) Government in Washington should see to it that black people62534.6
5) This is not the federal government's business51928.7
7) Other462.5
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
820) If R has had interest in issue of fair treatment in jobs: If R's position is to see to fair treatment/if R's position is not the federal government's business: Do you feel strongly or not strongly about that? (BLFEMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP66336.7
1) Strongly95152.6
5) Not strongly19210.6
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
821) Summary: R position on fair treatment in jobs (BLFEMPS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP58832.5
1) Strongly – Gov't should see to fair treatment52429.0
2) Not strongly – Gov't should see to fair treatment1005.5
4) Not strongly - Not the government's business925.1
5) Strongly - Not the government's business42723.6
7) Other462.5
8) Don't know201.1
9) Refused100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
822) Some people say that because of past discrimination, blacks should be given preference in hiring and promotion. Others say that such preference in hiring and promotion of blacks is wrong because it gives blacks advantages they haven't earned. What about your opinion -- are you for or against preferential hiring and promotion of blacks? (BLAFFIRM)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.2
1) For preferential hiring and promotion of blacks26214.5
5) Against preferential hiring and promotion of blacks136675.6
7) Other945.2
8) Don't know663.7
9) Refused150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
823) If R favors preference in hiring and promotion of blacks: Do you favor preference in hiring and promotion strongly or not strongly? (BLAFFRMS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP154585.5
1) Strongly1749.6
5) Not strongly874.8
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
824) If R opposes preference in hiring and promotion of blacks: Do you oppose preference in hiring and promotion strongly or not strongly? (BLAFFRMA)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP44124.4
1) Strongly102156.5
5) Not strongly34218.9
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
825) Summary: R position on affirmative action in jobs (BLAFFRSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.2
1) Favor strongly1749.6
2) Favor not strongly874.8
4) Oppose not strongly34218.9
5) Oppose strongly102156.5
7) Other945.2
8) Don't know703.9
9) Refused150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
826) As you know, Bill Clinton was first elected President in November 1992. He will soon be leaving office after 8 years as President. The next several questions ask whether you think things have changed since Clinton came into office. First, would you say that compared to 1992, the federal budget deficit is now smaller, larger, or about the same? (DEFICT92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Gotten smaller49627.4
3) Gotten larger1267.0
5) Stayed about the same20311.2
8) Don't know613.4
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
827) If R says the budget deficit is smaller than in 1992: (Would you say that the budget deficit is) much smaller or somewhat smaller? (DEFICTSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP131172.6
1) Much smaller24013.3
5) Somewhat smaller24813.7
8) Don't know80.4
TOTAL1807100.0
828) If R says the budget deficit is larger than in 1992: (Would you say that the budget deficit is) much larger or somewhat larger? (DEFICTLG)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP168193.0
1) Much larger442.4
5) Somewhat larger784.3
8) Don't know40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
829) Summary: Budget deficit since 1992 (DEFICSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much smaller24013.3
2) Somewhat smaller24813.7
3) About the same20311.2
4) Somewhat larger784.3
5) Much larger442.4
8) Don't know734.0
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
830) Has federal spending on assistance to the poor been increased, decreased, or has it stayed about the same as in 1992? (POOR92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Increased33918.8
3) Decreased1588.7
5) Stayed about the same27515.2
8) Don't know1146.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
831) If R says spending on poor has decreased since 1992/If R says spending on poor has increased since 1992: A lot or somewhat? (POORSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP131072.5
1) A lot1307.2
5) Somewhat36220.0
8) Don't know50.3
TOTAL1807100.0
832) Summary: Federal assistance to the poor (POORSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Increases a lot814.5
2) Increased somewhat25614.2
3) Stayed about the same27515.2
4) Decreased somewhat1065.9
5) Decreased a lot492.7
8) Don't know1196.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
833) Would you say that compared to 1992, the nation's economy is better, worse, or about the same? (ECON92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Better63335.0
3) Worse593.3
5) The same18510.2
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
834) If R says nation's economy is better since 1992:(Would you say) much better or somewhat better? (ECONBTTR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP117465.0
1) Much better37220.6
5) Somewhat better26114.4
TOTAL1807100.0
835) If R says nation's economy is worse since 1992:(Would you say) much worse or somewhat worse? (ECONWRSE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP174896.7
1) Much worse221.2
5) Somewhat worse372.0
TOTAL1807100.0
836) Summary: Economy since 1992 (ECONSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much better37220.6
2) Somewhat better26114.4
3) About the same18510.2
4) Somewhat worse372.0
5) Much worse221.2
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
837) Since 1992, would you say President Clinton has made the nation's economy better, made the economy worse, or had no effect on the economy one way or the other? (CLINECN)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Made the economy better50227.8
3) Made the economy worse412.3
5) No effect32117.8
8) Don't know231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
838) If R says Clinton has made economy better since 1992: Much better or somewhat better? (CLINECO)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP130572.2
1) Much better24213.4
5) Somewhat better26014.4
TOTAL1807100.0
839) If R says Clinton has made economy worse since 1992: Much worse or somewhat worse? (CLINEC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP176697.7
1) Much worse150.8
5) Somewhat worse261.4
TOTAL1807100.0
840) Summary: Clinton effect on economy (CLINECSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much better24213.4
2) Somewhat better26014.4
3) No effect32117.8
4) Somewhat worse261.4
5) Much worse150.8
8) Don't know231.3
TOTAL1807100.0
841) Have you personally been helped or have you been hurt economically by the Clinton Administration, or hasn't it affected you one way or the other? (CLINPERS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Helped18910.5
3) Hurt754.2
5) Not affected60833.6
8) Don't know150.8
TOTAL1807100.0
842) Would you say that compared to 1992, the United States is more secure from its foreign enemies, less secure, or hasn't this changed very much? (SECURE92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) More secure21511.9
3) Less secure26114.4
5) No change37921.0
8) Don't know321.8
TOTAL1807100.0
843) If R says U.S. more secure from enemies since 1992: (Would you say) much more secure or somewhat more secure? (SECURP92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP159288.1
1) Much more secure713.9
5) Somewhat more secure1448.0
TOTAL1807100.0
844) If R says U.S. less secure from enemies since 1992: (Would you say) much less secure or somewhat less secure? (SECURN92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP154685.6
1) Much less secure1075.9
5) Somewhat less secure1538.5
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
845) Summary: U.S. security from foreign enemies (SECURSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much more secure713.9
2) Somewhat more secure1448.0
3) Not changed very much37921.0
4) Somewhat less secure1538.5
5) Much less secure1075.9
8) Don't know331.8
TOTAL1807100.0
846) Would you say that Clinton Administration has made the United States more secure from its foreign enemies, less secure, or hasn't it made much difference either way? (CLINSEC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) More secure19210.6
3) Less secure21812.1
5) No change44924.8
8) Don't know281.5
TOTAL1807100.0
847) If R says Clinton Administration made U.S. more secure: Much more secure or somewhat more secure? (CLINPSEC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP161589.4
1) Much more secure734.0
5) Somewhat more secure1196.6
TOTAL1807100.0
848) If R says Clinton Administration made U.S. less secure: Much less secure or somewhat less secure? (CLINNSEC)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP158987.9
1) Much less secure995.5
5) Somewhat less secure1196.6
TOTAL1807100.0
849) Summary: Clinton Administration effect on U.S. security (CLINSCSU)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much more secure734.0
2) Somewhat more secure1196.6
3) Hasn't made much difference44924.8
4) Somewhat less secure1196.6
5) Much less secure995.5
8) Don't know281.5
TOTAL1807100.0
850) Would you say that compared to 1992 the nation's crime rate has gotten better, gotten worse, or stayed about the same? (CRIMRATE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Better32718.1
3) Worse27615.3
5) The same26014.4
8) Don't know241.3
TOTAL1807100.0
851) If R says U.S. crime rate has gotten better since 1992: (Would you say) much better or somewhat better? (CRIMEP92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP148081.9
1) Much better824.5
5) Somewhat better24413.5
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
852) If R says U.S. crime rate has gotten worse since 1992: (Would you say) much worse or somewhat worse? (CRIMEN92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP153184.7
1) Much worse1387.6
5) Somewhat worse1387.6
TOTAL1807100.0
853) Summary: U.S. crime rate since 1992 (CRIMSUMM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much better824.5
2) Somewhat better24413.5
3) Stayed about the same26014.4
4) Somewhat worse1387.6
5) Much worse1387.6
8) Don't know251.4
TOTAL1807100.0
854) Would you say that Clinton Administration has made the nation's crime rate better, worse, or hasn't it made much difference either way? (CLINCRIM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Better23412.9
3) Worse724.0
5) No difference54330.0
8) Don't know382.1
TOTAL1807100.0
855) If R says Clinton Administration made U.S. crime rate better: Much better or somewhat better? (CLINPCRM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP157387.1
1) Much better724.0
5) Somewhat better1618.9
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
856) If R says Clinton Administration made U.S. crime rate worse: Much worse or somewhat worse? (CLINNCRM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP173596.0
1) Much worse362.0
5) Somewhat worse362.0
TOTAL1807100.0
857) Summary: Effect of Clinton Administration on crime rate (CLINCRSM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much better724.0
2) Somewhat better1618.9
3) Hasn't made much difference54330.0
4) Somewhat worse362.0
5) Much worse362.0
8) Don't know392.2
TOTAL1807100.0
858) Would you say that compared to 1992, the nation's moral climate has gotten better, stayed about the same, or gotten worse? (MORLCLIM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Better874.8
3) Worse47026.0
5) The same31417.4
8) Don't know150.8
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
859) If R says moral climate is better since 1992: (Would you say) much better or somewhat better? (MORALP92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP172095.2
1) Much better281.5
5) Somewhat better593.3
TOTAL1807100.0
860) If R says moral climate is worse since 1992: (Would you say) much worse or somewhat worse? (MORALN92)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP133774.0
1) Much worse26014.4
5) Somewhat worse20911.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
861) Summary: U.S. moral climate since 1992 (MORALSUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much better281.5
2) Somewhat better593.3
3) Stayed about the same31417.4
4) Somewhat worse20911.6
5) Much worse26014.4
8) Don't know150.8
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
862) Has the Clinton Administration made the nation's moral climate better, worse, or hasn't it made much difference either way? (CLINMORL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Better653.6
3) Worse37320.6
5) No difference42523.5
8) Don't know211.2
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
863) If R says Clinton Administration made moral climate better: Much better or somewhat better? (CLINPMOR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP174296.4
1) Much better231.3
5) Somewhat better422.3
TOTAL1807100.0
864) If R says Clinton Administration made moral climate worse: Much worse or somewhat worse? (CLINNMOR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP143479.4
1) Much worse21411.8
5) Somewhat worse1598.8
TOTAL1807100.0
865) Summary: Effect of Clinton Administration on moral climate (CLINMORU)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP92050.9
1) Much better231.3
2) Somewhat better422.3
3) Hasn't made much difference42523.5
4) Somewhat worse1598.8
5) Much worse21411.8
8) Don't know211.2
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
866) Has Bill Clinton -- because of the kind of person he is or because of something he has done, ever made you feel: Angry (CLINANGY)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Yes61734.1
5) No29716.4
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
867) If R says Clinton has made R angry: How often would you say you've felt angry -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (CLINANGF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP119065.9
1) Very often1387.6
2) Fairly often1437.9
3) Occasionally26314.6
4) Rarely734.0
TOTAL1807100.0
868) Has Bill Clinton -- because of the kind of person he is or because of something he has done, ever made you feel: Hopeful (CLINHOPE)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Yes46926.0
5) No44424.6
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
869) If R says Clinton has made R hopeful: How often would you say you've felt hopeful - very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (CLINHOPF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP133874.0
1) Very often905.0
2) Fairly often1357.5
3) Occasionally20311.2
4) Rarely412.3
TOTAL1807100.0
870) (Has Bill Clinton -- because of the kind of person he is or because of something he has done, ever made you feel:) Afraid (CLINFEAR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Yes23212.8
5) No68237.7
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
871) If R says Clinton has made R afraid: How often would you say you've felt afraid - very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (CLINFERO)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP157587.2
1) Very often402.2
2) Fairly often553.0
3) Occasionally965.3
4) Rarely412.3
TOTAL1807100.0
872) (Has Bill Clinton -- because of the kind of person he is or because of something he has done, ever made you feel:) Proud (CLINPRD)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Yes36720.3
5) No54430.1
8) Don't know40.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
873) If R says Clinton has made R afraid: How often would you say you've felt proud -- very often, fairly often, occasionally, or rarely? (CLINPRDF)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP144079.7
1) Very often804.4
2) Fairly often1015.6
3) Occasionally1508.3
4) Rarely351.9
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
874) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) moral (CLINTMOR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well341.9
2) Quite well1116.1
3) Not too well29316.2
4) Not well at all45625.2
8) Don't know201.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1807100.0
875) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) Really cares about people like you (CLINCARS)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well1287.1
2) Quite well31617.5
3) Not too well28015.5
4) Not well at all1659.1
8) Don't know261.4
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
876) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) Knowledgeable (CLINKNLG)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well33018.3
2) Quite well46225.6
3) Not too well905.0
4) Not well at all181.0
8) Don't know160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
877) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) Provides strong leadership (CLINLEAD)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well20711.5
2) Quite well37420.7
3) Not too well21311.8
4) Not well at all1065.9
8) Don't know160.9
TOTAL1807100.0
878) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) Dishonest (CLINLIAR)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well28415.7
2) Quite well30416.8
3) Not too well22312.3
4) Not well at all764.2
8) Don't know261.4
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1807100.0
879) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) Intelligent (CLINSMRT)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well37620.8
2) Quite well41222.8
3) Not too well884.9
4) Not well at all301.7
8) Don't know100.6
TOTAL1807100.0
880) (What about ? [Does this phrase describe Bill Clinton extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?]) Out of touch with ordinary people (CLINNOCL)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP89149.3
1) Extremely well1075.9
2) Quite well24513.6
3) Not too well35119.4
4) Not well at all18310.1
8) Don't know291.6
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
881) Some people have opinions about almost everything; other people have opinions about just some things; and still other people have very few opinions. What about you? Would you say you have opinions about almost everything, about many things, about some things, or about very few things? (OPINTED)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.3
1) Almost everything34819.3
2) Many things63335.0
3) Some things69338.4
4) Very few things1246.9
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1807100.0
882) Compared to the average person do you have fewer opinions about whether things are good or bad, about the same number of opinions, or more opinions? (OPINAVG)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.3
1) Fewer opinions24413.5
3) About the same number of opinions96953.6
5) More opinions55830.9
8) Don't know271.5
9) Refused40.2
TOTAL1807100.0
883) If R says he/she has more opinions than the average person: Would you say that you have a lot more opinions or just somewhat more opinions? (OPINPAVG)
TOTAL%
0) NA; INAP124969.1