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CASE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Case Identification Number

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Final Post Stratification Weight

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Date interview started

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

5.

Time interview started

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Date interview ended

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Time interview ended

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Duration of interview in minutes

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Duration of interview (categorized in 5-minute intervals)

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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When you follow the news these days, how interested are you in news about the relations of the United States with other countries?

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [The development of China as a world power]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

12.

Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Islamic fundamentalism]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [The possibility of unfriendly countries becoming nuclear powers]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

14.

Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [International terrorism]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Large numbers of immigrants and refugees coming into the U.S.]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Economic competition from low-wage countries]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

17.

Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Global warming]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [AIDS, avian flu, and other potential epidemics]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Tensions between India and Pakistan]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Disruption in energy supply]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [A confrontation between mainland China and Taiwan]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Instability and conflict on the Korean Peninsula]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible threats to the vital interest of the United States in the next 10 years. [Economic competition from Asian countries]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Protecting weaker nations against foreign aggression]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Strengthening the United Nations]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Combating international terrorism]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Maintaining superior military power worldwide]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Protecting the jobs of American workers]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

29.

Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Helping to bring a democratic form of government to other nations]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Securing adequate supplies of energy]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Controlling and reducing illegal immigration]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Helping to improve the standard of living of less developed nations]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Improving the global environment]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Preventing the spread of nuclear weapons]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Promoting and defending human rights in other countries]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Promoting economic growth]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Below is a list of possible foreign policy goals that the U.S. might have.[Combating world hunger]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Based on what you know, do you think the U.S. should or should not participate in the following treaties and agreements? [The Kyoto agreement to reduce global warming]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Based on what you know, do you think the U.S. should or should not participate in the following treaties and agreements? [The treaty that would prohibit nuclear weapon test explosions worldwide]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Based on what you know, do you think the U.S. should or should not participate in the following treaties and agreements? [The agreement on the International Criminal Court that can try individuals for war crimes, genocide, or crimes against humanity if their own country won't try them.

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Based on what you know, do you think the U.S. should or should not participate in the following treaties and agreements? [An agreement under the treaty banning biological weapons that would allow international inspectors to examine biological research laboratories to ensure that countries are not producing biological weapons.

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Please select whether you agree or disagree with the following statement.When dealing with international problems, the U.S. should be more willing to make decisions within the United Nations even if this means that the U.S. will sometimes have to go along with a policy that is not its first choice.

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Thinking about specific steps that could be taken to strengthen the United Nations, here are some options that have been proposed. For each one, select if you would favor or oppose this step. [Giving the UN the power to regulate the international arms trade]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Thinking about specific steps that could be taken to strengthen the United Nations, here are some options that have been proposed. For each one, select if you would favor or oppose this step. [Having a standing UN peacekeeping force selected, trained and commanded by the United Nations]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Thinking about specific steps that could be taken to strengthen the United Nations, here are some options that have been proposed. For each one, select if you would favor or oppose this step. [Giving the UN the power to fund its activities by imposing a small tax on such things as the international sale of arms or oil]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Thinking about specific steps that could be taken to strengthen the United Nations, here are some options that have been proposed. For each one, select if you would favor or oppose this step. [Giving the UN the authority to go into countries in order to investigate violations of human rights]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Thinking about specific steps that could be taken to strengthen the United Nations, here are some options that have been proposed. For each one, select if you would favor or oppose this step. [Creating an international marshalls service that could arrest leaders responsible for genocide]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Would you favor or oppose each of the following specific countries becoming permanent members: [India]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Would you favor or oppose each of the following specific countries becoming permanent members: [Japan]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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Would you favor or oppose each of the following specific countries becoming permanent members: [Germany]

Taken from: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the United States, China, India, Australia, and South Korea, 2006 - Public Opinion Survey, United States.

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