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1.

SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

2.

Respondent Number

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

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Original Case ID

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

4.

Area Code

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

5.

Exchange Code

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

6.

Census Region

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

7.

CBS Region

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

8.

State

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

9.

Urbanity

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

10.

Batch #

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

11.

Metro Status Code

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

12.

Time Zone

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

13.

Completed Interview

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

14.

Cover Sheet

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

15.

Number of Adults in Household

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

16.

Number of Women in Household

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

17.

Day of Interview

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

18.

Day of Survey

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

19.

Sex

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

20.

Interviewer's ID Number

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

21.

Interviewer's Sex

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

22.

Interviewer's Race

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

23.

Flip Variable

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

24.

Start Poor Become Rich

Do you think it's possible to start out poor in this country, work hard, and become rich?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

25.

More/Less Opportunities Today

Since the time this country was settled, the United States has been called the 'Land of Opportunity'. Do you think there are more opportunities for Americans today than in the past, or fewer opportunities today, or about the same today as in the pas... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

26.

You Have More/Less Opportunities

Thinking about your own personal situation, do you feel that you have more opportunities available to you than most Americans, fewer opportunities, or about the same level of opportunities as most Americans? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

27.

Life Result of Fate/Factors

Thinking about the way your own life has turned out so far, would you say it has been primarily a matter of luck or fate, or has it been more a matter of factors which are within your control? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

28.

Work Hard to Get Ahead

Please tell me how important you think each of these things is to get ahead in life. To get ahead in life, do you think hard work is essential, very important, fairly important, not very important, or not at all important? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

29.

Knowing People to Get Ahead

How important is knowing the right people -- is that essential, very important, fairly important, not very important, or not at all important to get ahead in life? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

30.

Educated Parents to Get Ahead

To get ahead in life, do you think having educated parents is essential, very important, fairly important, not very important, or not at all important? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

31.

Religious Faith to Get Ahead

How important is having strong religious faith -- is that essential, very important, fairly important, not very important, or not at all important to get ahead in life? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

32.

Good Education to Get Ahead

To get ahead in life, do you think having a good education is essential, very important, fairly important, not very important, or not at all important? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

33.

Years of Education to Get Ahead

To get ahead in life, how many years of education do you think a person needs? [IF COLLEGE ASK:] Is that a two year college or a four year college degree? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

34.

Equal Opportunities For All

Do you feel that in general, there are equal opportunites for all Americans, or do you feel that certain groups in society have fewer opportunities available to them than others? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

35.

Group with Fewest Opportunities

[IF CERTAIN GROUPS HAVE FEWER OPPORTUNITIES, ASK:] Which one group in society do you think has fewest opportunities available to them?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

36.

Overcome Parental Drug Abuse

In order to get ahead in life, please tell me how difficult you think it is to overcome each of these things. Having a parent with a serious drug problem -- is that almost impossible, very difficult, fairly difficult, not very difficult, or not at a... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

37.

Overcome Crime in Neighborhood

To get ahead in life, do you think living in a high-crime neighborhood is almost impossible, very difficult, fairly difficult, not very difficult, or not at all difficult to overcome? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

38.

Overcome Physical Abuse

How difficult is it to overcome being a victim of physical abuse -- is that almost impossible, very difficult, fairly difficult, not very difficult, or not at all difficult? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

39.

Overcome Single-Parent Household

In order to get ahead in life, how difficult is it to overcome growing up in a single-parent household -- is that almost impossible, very difficult, fairly difficult, not very difficult, or not at all difficult? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

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Overcome Growing Up on Welfare

Do you think growing up on welfare is almost impossible, very difficult, fairly difficult, not very difficult, or not at all difficult to overcome? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

41.

Overcome Parental Alcohol Abuse

To get ahead in life, how difficult is it to overcome having a parent with a serious alcohol problem -- is that almost impossible, very difficult, fairly difficult, not very difficult, or not at all difficult? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

42.

Help Through Hard Times

Which one thing do you rely on the most to help you through bad times: your religious faith, your friends and family, or yourself?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

43.

Children Under 18

My last few questions are for background only. In this household, are there any children under the age of 18?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

44.

Teens in Household

[IF CHILDREN ASK:] Are there any children between the ages of 12 and 18?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

45.

Married

Are you currently married, widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never been married?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

46.

Employment Status

Are you currently employed?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

47.

Grew Up with Single-Parent

Did you grow up in a single-parent household, or not? [PROBE:] Well, for most of the time you were growing up.

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

48.

Political Party ID

Generally speaking, do you usually consider yourself a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

49.

Political Party Lean

Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican party or to the Democratic party?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

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Political Philosophy

How would you describe your views on most political matters? Generally do you think of yourself as liberal, moderate, or conservative?

Taken from: CBS News Monthly Poll #1, March 1996.

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