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SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

RESPONDENT ID

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

WEIGHT

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

CHILTON STATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

CHILTON REGION

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

ABC STATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

ABC REGION

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

ABC 3-LETTER STATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

JULIAN DATE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

SELECT SEX (B-DAY)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

RECODED AGE

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

VOTED IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Did you happen to vote in the presidential election (yesterday/a few days ago), or did something come up to keep you from voting?

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 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 was the Democratic Party's candidate for president? (DO NOT READ LIST) ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

DEMOCRATIC VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

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

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

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

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

REPUBLICAN VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

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

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

REFORM PARTY PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

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

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

REFORM PARTY VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

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

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

WAS ROSS PEROT A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Was Ross Perot a candidate for president this year?

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

FOR WHOM VOTE 1996 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

In the 1996 presidential election held (yesterday/a few days ago), which candidates for president and vice president (Bill Clinton and Al Gore for the Democrats, Bob Dole and Jack Kemp for the Republicans, or Ross Perot and Pat Choate for the Reform... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 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 2, November 1996.

DECIDED BEFORE OR AFTER DEBATES

Did you make that decision before the presidential debates, during the presidential debates, or did you make that decision after the presidential debates? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES VOTE

Thinking about the U.S. House of Representatives election held (yesterday/a few days ago) in the congressional district where you live, did you vote for the Democratic candidate, the Republican candidate, someone else, or didn't you vote in that con... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

WHY VOTED FOR CANDIDATES FROM EACH PARTY

You said you voted for a presidential candidate from one party and a U.S. House candidate from another party. Did you intentionally vote that way to make sure that neither the congress nor (Bill Clinton/Bob Dole) as president would have too much pow... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

WHY VOTED FOR CANDIDATES FROM SAME PARTY

You said you voted for a presidential candidate and a U.S. House candidate from the same party. Did you intentionally vote that way so that the president and the congress could accomplish more, or did you vote that way for some other reason? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post 1996 Politics Poll, Wave 2, November 1996.

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