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RESPONDENT NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

ORIGINAL CASE ID

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

WEIGHT

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

WEIGHT 2

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

FLIP VARIABLE

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

3RD FLIP VARIABLE

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

RESPONDENT FIRST NAME

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

AREA CODE

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

EXCHANGE CODE

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

LAST FOUR DIGITS

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

COMPLETED INTERVIEW

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

COVER SHEET

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

NUMBER OF ADULTS IN HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

NUMBER OF WOMEN AT HOME

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

DAY OF INTERVIEW

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

DAY OF SURVEY

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

INTERVIEWER'S ID NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

INTERVIEWER'S SEX

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

INTERVIEWER'S RACE

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

CLINTON JOB APPROVAL RATING

q1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling his job as President?

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

Q2 FIRST CONGRESS PRIORITY

q2. Of all the problems facing this country today, which one do you most want the new Congress and the President to concentrate on FIRST? [allow 2] ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

Q3 SECOND CONGRESS PRIORITY

q3. And what do you think should be the SECOND problem the President and the new Congress should concentrate on? [allow 2]

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

CONDITION OF NATIONAL ECONOMY

q4. How would you rate the condition of the national economy these days? Is it very good, fairly good, fairly bad, or very bad?

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

FUTURE GENERATIONS VS. NOW

q5. Do you think the future generation of Americans will be better off, worse off, or about the same as people today?

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

CONGRESS JOB APPROVAL RATING

q6. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job?

Taken from: CBS News State of the Union Poll and Call-Back Poll, January 1997.

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