Variable Search Results

Your query returned 62 variables. Use the search box below to revise your search , or start a new search .

 
 
 
 
[1]   2   3     >    >
Name
Label/Question

SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

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

Respondent Number

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

Original Case ID

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

Area Code

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

Exchange Code

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

Census Region

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

CBS Region

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

State

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

Urbanity

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

Batch #

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

Metro Status Code

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

Time Zone

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

Completed Interview

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

Cover Sheet

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

Number of Adults in Household

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

Number of Women in Household

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

Day of Interview

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

Day of Survey

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

Sex

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

Interviewer's ID Number

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

Interviewer's Sex

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

Interviewer's Race

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

Flip Variable

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

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.

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.

[1]   2   3     >    >

Found a problem? Use our Report Problem form to let us know.