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WEIGHT

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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LCARD

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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RESPONDENT NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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1. CLINTON APPROVAL

1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling his job as President?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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2. SS MONEY AVAILABLE

2. Do you think the Social Security System will have the money available to provide the benefits you expect for your retirement?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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3. MEDICARE MONEY AVAIL

3. Do you think the Medicare System will have the money available to provide the benefits you expect for your retirement?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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4. SIDE 2/ IN STRIKE

4. When you hear of a strike by a union against a large company, and before you know any of the details, is your first reaction to side with the union, or to side with the company? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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5. SIDE W/ IN UPS

5. United Parcel Service -- U-P-S workers are now on strike. Which side are you more inclined to sympathize with in THIS strike -- the union or the company? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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6. SIDE W/ UPS -- 2

6. United Parcel Service -- U-P-S workers are now on strike. Which side are you more inclined to sympathize with in THIS strike -- the Teamsters union or U-P-S?? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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7. CLINTON INTERVENE UPS

7. Under federal law, the President can intervene in a strike if it seriously affects the health, safety, or economy of the United States. Do you think President Clinton should intervene and force the striking workers to temporarily return... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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8. CLINTON INTERVENE UPS-B

8. Do you think President Clinton should intervene and force the striking workers to temporarily return to work while the strike issues are being examined, or do you think the union and U-P-S should work it out on their own? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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9. OPINION OF TEAMSTERS

9. Is your opinion of the Teamsters union favorable, not favorable, undecided, or haven't you heard enough yet about the Teamsters union to have an opinion? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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10. OPINION OF AFL-CIO

10. Is your opinion of the A-F-L--C-I-O favorable, not favorable, undecided, or haven't you heard enough yet about the A-F-L--C-I-O to have an opinion? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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11. COMPANY REPLACE WORKER

11. Which comes closer to your opinion? Companies should have the right to replace striking workers by hiring new people of their own choosing, OR companies should NOT have the right to hire new replacement workers? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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12. UPS STRIKE IMPACT ON Y

12. So far, has the U-P-S strike has an impact on you or any deliveries you were expecting or wanted to make?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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13. HOW HAS STRIKE IMPACRE

13. How has the strike impacted you? IF DELAYED PACKAGES, ASK: Exactly what kinds of deliveries have been delayed?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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14. IMPACT BEEN SERIOUS

14. Has that impact been serious, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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15. SAT. MORNING CATCH UP

15. Do you consider your Saturday mornings more as time to CATCH UP on chores and things, or more as time to RELAX?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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16. PLAN SATURDAY SCHEDULE

16. Do you usually plan out your Saturday morning schedule, or do you usually keep your Saturday morning schedule flexible?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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17. IST PLACE YOU GO

17. When you leave your home, where is the first place you usually go on a Saturday?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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19. WATCH MENS SPORTS

19. How much do you regularly watch or follow MEN'S sports -- a lot, some, not much, or not at all?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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20. WATCH WOMENS SPORTS

20. What about WOMEN'S sports. How much do you regularly watch or follow WOMEN'S sports -- a lot, some, not much, or not at all?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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21. ENJOY WATCHING MOST

21. Which sports do you ENJOY watching the MOST -- men's sports or women's sports?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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22. ROLE OF COLLEGE SPORTS

22. Think about COLLEGE sports. Do you think the role of sports in college today is over emphasized, under emphasized, or emphasized about right? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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23. COLLEGE FUNDING EQUAL

23. Do you think college funding for men's and women's sports SHOULD be equal, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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24. CUT MENS - BE EQUAL

24. What if this means that some colleges have to cut men's athletic programs to provide equal funding for women's programs. Then, do you think college funding for men's and women's sports should be equal, or not? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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25. WHY SHOULDN'T BE EQUAL

25. Why DON'T you think they should be equal?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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26. GETS COLLEGE RESOURCES

26. When it comes to the resources colleges spend on athletics, which do you think gets MORE resources -- men's sports or women's sports -- or do you think they both get equal resources? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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27. RESOURCES W/O FOOTBALL

27. What if you excluded men's college football. Then, which do you think gets MORE resources -- men's sports or women's sports -- or do you think, excluding football, they both get equal resources? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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28. NECESSARY COLLEGE EDUC

28. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: In order to get ahead in life these days, it's necessary to get a college education. ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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29. RIGHT TO EDUCATION

29. I'd like you to tell me whether you agree strongly, agree somewhat, disagree somewhat or disagree strongly with this statement: Every capable person has a right to receive an education through college, even if he or she cannot afford i... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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30. GOVT RESPONSIBLE EDUC

30. Do you think the federal government has a responsibility to make sure every qualified person gets a college education even if he or she cannot afford it, or doesn't the federal government have that responsibility? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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31. COLLEGE WORTH COST

31. A college education can now cost on average from $7,000 to $18,000 a year. Do you think a person gets enough out of a college education to justify what they might pay for it? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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32. EDUCATION V TRAINING

32. If you had a child in college, do you think it would be more important for them to get a well-rounded education, or more important for them to get training for a well-paying job? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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33. COLLEGE EVEN THOUGH JO

33. If a child of yours could get a well-paying job WITHOUT going to college, do you think it still would be important to send him or her to college, or wouldn't it be important? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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EDUCATION

What was the last grade in school you completed?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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34. WISH YOU WENT COLLEGE

34. Do you wish you HAD gone to college, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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35. DIFFERENCE IF HAD GONE

35. If you had gone to college, do you think that would have made a significant difference in your current standard of living, or not? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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36. DO YOU HAVE A CAR

36. On another subject. Do you have a car? IF YES, ASK: Do you own or lease your car?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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37. TOTAL NUMBER OF CARS

37. What is the total number of cars in your household?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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38. SMALL/MID/FULL SIZE

38. Would you describe your PRIMARY car as a small car, a mid-size car, or a full-size car?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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39. HOW OLD IS CAR

39. How old is your primary car?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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40. SPORTS UTILITY VEHICLE

40. Are any of your cars a sport utility vehicle?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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41. ANY CARS: MINI-VAN

41. Are any of your cars a minivan?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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42. WHOSE CAR BETTER

42. Dollar for dollar, whose cars are better value -- Japan's or the United States' -- or are both about equal?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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43. HOW SAFE YOUR CAR

43. If your car were in an accident, compared with other cars, how safe do you think YOUR car would be -- one of the safest, safer than the average car, about average, or less safe than the average car? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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44. CHANCE GETTING INJURED

44. Compared with ten years ago, if you were in a car accident today, do you think your chances of getting injured in that accident are greater now, less now, or about the same as they were ten years ago? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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45. WHY CHANCES DIFFERENT

45. Why are your chances [fill can1] now? IF HAVE BEEN IN AN ACCIDENT, PROBE AS TO WHY THEY THINK THEIR CHANCES WERE GREATER.

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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46. CURRENT CAR FAVORITE

46. Would you say your current car is your favorite, the most enjoyable car you've ever had, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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47. OWN A CAR: PLEASURE

47. In general, would you say owning a car is mostly a pleasure, a necessity or a burden?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #2, August 1997 .

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