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SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

RESPONDENT ID

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

WEIGHT

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

CHILTON STATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

CHILTON REGION

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

ABC STATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

ABC REGION

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

ABC 3-LETTER STATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

JULIAN DATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

SELECT SEX (B-DAY)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

RECODED AGE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

REGISTERED TO VOTE

Can you tell me whether you are registered to vote at your present address?

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

I'd like to start off by asking you some questions about this year's candidates for president and vice president. Who is the Democratic Party's candidate for president? (DO NOT READ LIST) ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

DEMOCRATIC VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Who is the Democratic Party's candidate for vice president? (DO NOT READ LIST)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Who is the Republican Party's candidate for president? (DO NOT READ LIST)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

REPUBLICAN VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Who is the Republican Party's candidate for vice president? (DO NOT READ LIST)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

REFORM PARTY PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Who is the Reform Party's candidate for president? (DO NOT READ LIST)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

REFORM PARTY VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Who is the Reform Party's candidate for vice president? (DO NOT READ LIST)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

IS ROSS PEROT A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Is Ross Perot a candidate for president this year?

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

CHANCES VOTE IN 1996 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Some people have busier schedules than others. Because of this, some people who plan to vote can't always get around to it on election day. With your own personal daily schedule in mind, I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the 199... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

FOR WHOM VOTE 1996 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

If the 1996 presidential election were being held today and the candidates for president and vice president were Bill Clinton and Al Gore for the Democrats, Bob Dole and Jack Kemp for the Republicans, and Ross Perot and Pat Choate for the Reform Par... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

WHEN DECIDED ON PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

When would you say you made that decision? Was it before the party conventions in August, during either of those conventions, or did you make that decision since the conventions ended? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

LIKELY TO VOTE FOR YOUR CANDIDATE

How firm is your decision to vote for [candidates' names from Q10]? Would you say you are firmly committed to voting for them, that you probably will vote for them, but you might change your mind, or that you are only leaning towards voting for them... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

LEAN MORE TOWARDS WHICH CANDIDATE

Do you lean more towards Clinton and Gore, Dole and Kemp, or Perot and Choate?

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

REASON FOR VOTE: CANDIDATES' STANCE ON ISSUES

I'm going to read you a list of the reasons people sometimes give for voting for a particular presidential candidate. For each one, please tell me if it is a major reason, a minor reason, or not a reason at all for your choice: the candidates' stand... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 1, September 1996.

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