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SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Respondent Number

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Area Code

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Exchange Code

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Completed Interview

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Cover Sheet Number

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Number of Adults in Household

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Number of Women at Home

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Day of Interview

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Respondent's Sex

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Interviewer's ID Number

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Interviewer's Sex

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Interviewer's Race

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Flip Variable

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

3rd Flip Variable

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Day of Survey

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Registered/Registration

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Q1: Registered to vote

Some people are registered to vote and others are not. Are you registered to vote in the precinct or election district where you now live, or aren't you? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

National Satisfaction

In general, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in the United States at this time?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Level of Satisfaction

Are you very or somewhat satisfied/dissatisfied?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Government has Positive Impact

Do you think the government CAN have a positive impact on people's lives, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

One Problem Discuss

Because CBS News has scheduled several free TV times for the candidates, we'd really like to find out what problems, issues, or topics you would like them to discuss. Thinking about all of the issues facing the country, what ONE national problem ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Second Issue Discuss

Because CBS News has scheduled several free TV times for the candidates, we'd like you to think about some other issues and problems. What would you say is the SECOND most important problem or issue you want the candidates to discuss in this ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Third Issue Discuss

And what is the THIRD most important problem or issue you want them to discuss in this year's presidential campaign? [AFTER RESPONSE, ASK:] What in PARTICULAR about it do you want to hear the candidates address? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

Any Other Topics

Are there any other topics you want the candidates to address? [IF YES, ASK:] Which ones?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #3 and Call-Back Poll, September 1996.

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