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1.

SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

2.

RESPONDENT NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

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ORIGINAL CASE ID

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

4.

AREA CODE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

5.

EXCHANGE CODE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

6.

CENSUS REGION

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

7.

CBS REGION

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

8.

STATE CODE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

9.

URBANITY

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

10.

BATCH #

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

11.

METRO STATUS CODE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

12.

TIME ZONE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

13.

COMPLETED INTERVIEW

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

14.

COVER SHEET

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

15.

# OF ADULTS IN HHOLD

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

16.

# OF WOMEN IN HHOLD

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

17.

DAY OF INTERVIEW

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

18.

DAY OF SURVEY

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

19.

RESPONDENT'S SEX

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

20.

INTERVIEWER ID

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

21.

INTERVIEWER'S SEX

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

22.

INTERVIEWER'S RACE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

23.

FLIP VARIABLE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

24.

3RD FLIP VARIABLE

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

25.

BILL CLINTON APPROVAL

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

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

26.

OPINION GORE

Is your opinion of Al Gore favorable, not favorable, undecided, or haven't you heard enough about Al Gore yet to have an opinion?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

27.

BILL CLINTON HONEST

Do you think Bill Clinton has more honesty and integrity than most people in public life?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

28.

BILL CLINTON MORE HONEST

Do you think Bill Clinton has less honesty and integrity than most people in public life, or about the same honesty and integrity as most people in public life? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

29.

GORE HONEST

Do you think Al Gore has more honesty and integrity than most people in public life?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

30.

GORE MORE HONEST

Do you think Al Gore has less honesty and integrity than most people in public life, or about the same honesty and integrity as most people in public life? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

31.

CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM

Do you think current campaign finance laws need significant reforms, or do you think current campaign finance laws only need to be enforced better? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

32.

FOLLOW DEMOCRATS FUNDRAISING

How closely have you followed recent news about 1996 Democratic campaign fundraising activities? Would you say you have followed it very closely, somewhat closely, not too closely, or not at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

33.

CONGRESS HOLD HEARINGS

Do you think Congress should be holding hearings to investigate events surrounding 1996 Democratic fundraising activities and White House involvement in them, or don't you think it's necessary? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

34.

INVESTIGATE FUNDRAISING

Regardless of whether you think congressional hearings are necessary do you think Congress needs to investigate the campaign fundraising practices of both the Republican and the Democratic parties, or does it only need to investigate the fundraising... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

35.

INDEPENDENT COUNSEL NEEDED

Do you think an independent counsel should be appointed to investigate 1996 Democratic fundraising activities, or do you think the investigations currently being conducted by Congress and the Department of Justice are enough? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

36.

ANYTHING BOTHER YOU

Is there anything in particular that bothers you about the 1996 Democratic fundraising practices?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

37.

BOTHERS YOU MOST

What bothers you most about them?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

38.

BILL CLINTON DO WRONG

Do you think Bill Clinton personally did anything wrong in his 1996 campaign fundraising activities? [IF YES, ASK:] Do you think Bill Clinton's activities were unethical or illegal? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

39.

GORE DO WRONG

Do you think Al Gore personally did anything wrong in his 1996 campaign fundraising activities? [IF YES, ASK:] Do you think Gore's activities were unethical or illegal? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

40.

IMPORTANCE OF ISSUE

How important an issue do you think this campaign fundraising situation is to the nation, of great importance, of some importance, or of very little importance? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

41.

APPROPRIATE SOLICIT FUNDS

Do you think it is appropriate or inappropriate for the president and the vice president, any president or vice president, to ask for money for their campaigns and political parties while they are in office? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

42.

COMMON PARTY PRACTICES

In general, do you think the campaign fundraising practices the Democrats used in 1996 are common practices that both political parties use, or are they practices that only the Democrats have used? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

43.

COMMON PRESIDENT PRACTICE

Do you think it is a common practice for the president and vice president to be closely involved in campaign fundraising, or is this something that only Bill Clinton and Al Gore have done? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

44.

BILL CLINTON CHANGE POLICY

As president, do you think Bill Clinton has ever made or changed policy decisions as a direct result of money he received from major campaign contributors? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

45.

OFFICIALS CHANGE POLICY

In general, do you think many public officials make or change policy decisions as a direct result of money they receive from major campaign contributors? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

46.

FAIR COMPARE WATERGATE

Some people have compared the campaign fundraising activities of the Clinton White House and the Democratic Party to the Watergate affair in the 1970's, when President Nixon used the government to cover up criminal activities he knew about. Do you t... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

47.

BILL CLINTON SERIOUS REFORM

Do you think President Bill Clinton is serious about wanting to reform campaign financing, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

48.

REPUBLICANS SERIOUS REFORM

Do you think the Republicans in Congress are serious about wanting to reform campaign financing, or not?

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

49.

PUBLIC FINANCE REFORM

In order to reduce congressional campaign contributions from special interests, would you favor or oppose public financing to help congressional candidates in their campaigns? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

50.

RAISED MORE MONEY

As far as you know, which political party raised more federal election campaign money in 1996: the Republican party or the Democratic party? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Campaign Fundraising Poll, March 1997.

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