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1.

RESPONDENT ID

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

2.

PARTY AFFILIATION

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as: (READ LIST)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

3.

REG TO VOTE AT ADDR

1. Can you tell me whether you are registered to vote at your present address?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

4.

POLITICAL VIEWS

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

5.

LAST GRADE COMPLETED

908. Would you say your views in most political matters are very liberal, liberal, moderate, conservative, or very conservative?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

6.

WHAT YEAR BORN

909. What was the last grade of school you completed?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

7.

RACE

910. In what year were you born?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

8.

RESPONDENT'S SEX

918. Are you of Hispanic origin or background? (IF "YES," ASK:) Are you White Hispanic or Black Hispanic? (IF "NO," ASK:) Are you white, black, or some other race? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

9.

CHILTON STATE

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

10.

CHILTON REGION

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

11.

ABC STATE

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

12.

ABC REGION

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

13.

ABC 3-LETTER STATE

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

14.

JULIAN DATE

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

15.

SELECT SEX (B-DAY)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

16.

SELECT SEX

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

17.

RECODED AGE

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

18.

DECK #

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

19.

RESPONDENT ID

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

20.

CHANCES YOU WILL VOTE

2. Some people have busier schedules than other. Because of this, some people who plan to vote can't always get around to it on election day. With your own personal daily schedule in mind, I'd like you rate the chances that you will vote i... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

21.

VOTE CHOICE TODAY

3. If the 1992 presidential election were being held today, and the candidates were George Bush, the Republican candidate and Bill Clinton, the Democrat for whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

22.

LEAN MORE TOWARDS

4. Do you lean more towards: (read list)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

23.

SUPPORT STRONGLY/NOT

***AUTHOR NOTE: REPRES CANDIDATE NAME FROM Q3 (1-2) ONLY 5. Do you support (name of candidate in Q3) strongly or not strongly?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

24.

IF PEROT STAYED,HOW VOTE

6. If Ross Perot had stayed in the race, for whom would you have voted Bush, Clinton or Perot?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

25.

F/U GEORGE BUSH

7. I'm going to read you a list of names, for each please tell me if you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of that person, or perhaps you don't know enough to say. How about (READ NAME)? George Bush ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

26.

F/U BILL CLINTON

7. I'm going to read you a list of names, for each please tell me if you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of that person, or perhaps you don't know enough to say. How about (READ NAME)? Bill Clinton ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

27.

F/U DAN QUAYLE

7. I'm going to read you a list of names, for each please tell me if you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of that person, or perhaps you don't know enough to say. How about (READ NAME)? Dan Quayle ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

28.

F/U AL GORE

7. I'm going to read you a list of names, for each please tell me if you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of that person, or perhaps you don't know enough to say. How about (READ NAME)? Al Gore ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

29.

CLINTON HONEST/INTEG

*AUTHOR NOTE: ROTATE Q8/9 AS SET WITH Q10/11 IF POSSIBLE 8. Are you satisfied that Clinton has the honesty and integrity to serve effectively as president? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

30.

CLINTON UNDERST PROB

9. Are you satisfied that Clinton understands the problems of the average American well enough to serve effectively as president?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

31.

BUSH HONEST/INTEGRITY

10. Are you satisfied that Bush has the honesty and integrity to serve effectively as president?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

32.

BUSH UNDERSTANDS PROB

11. Are you satisfied that Bush understands the problems of the average American well enough to serve effectively as president?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

33.

KNOW WHERE BUSH LEADS?

**AUTHOR NOTE: ROTATE Q 12 AND 13 12. Do you think you have a good idea, just some idea, or not much of an idea where Bush plans to lead the nation in the next four years? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

34.

KNOW WHRE CLINTON LEADS?

13. Do you think you have a good idea, just some idea, or not much of an idea where Clinton plans to lead the nation in the next four years? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

35.

FAMILY VALUES

**AUTHOR NOTE: SCRAMBLE LIST** 14. Which candidate for president do you think would do the best job dealing with (READ FIRST ITEM)? George Bush or Bill Clinton? Family Values ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

36.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

14. Which candidate for president do you think would do the best job dealing with (READ FIRST ITEM)? George Bush or Bill Clinton? Foreign Affairs ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

37.

THE ECONOMY

14. Which candidate for president do you think would do the best job dealing with (READ FIRST ITEM)? George Bush or Bill Clinton? The economy ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

38.

THE BUDGET DEFECIT

14. Which candidate for president do you think would do the best job dealing with (READ FIRST ITEM)? George Bush or Bill Clinton? The budget deficit ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

39.

BRINGING NEEDED CHANGES

14. Which candidate for president do you think would do the best job dealing with (READ FIRST ITEM)? George Bush or Bill Clinton? Bringing needed changes to the government ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

40.

TAXES

14. Which candidate for president do you think would do the best job dealing with (READ FIRST ITEM)? George Bush or Bill Clinton? Taxes ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

41.

BUSH VISION

15. I'm going to read you some statements. After each please tell me whether or not each applies to each candidate. How about (READ ITEM) does it apply to Bush, or not? Does it apply to Clinton, or not? He has a vision for the future of th... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

42.

CLINTON VISION

15. I'm going to read you some statements. After each please tell me whether or not each applies to each candidate. How about (READ ITEM) does it apply to Bush, or not? Does it apply to Clinton, or not? He has a vision for the future of th... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

43.

BUSH GET THINGS DONE

15. I'm going to read you some statements. After each please tell me whether or not each applies to each candidate. How about (READ ITEM) does it apply to Bush, or not? Does it apply to Clinton, or not? He would get things done ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

44.

CLINTON GET THINGS DONE

15. I'm going to read you some statements. After each please tell me whether or not each applies to each candidate. How about (READ ITEM) does it apply to Bush, or not? Does it apply to Clinton, or not? He would get things done ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

45.

BUSH CAN BE TRUSTED

15. I'm going to read you some statements. After each please tell me whether or not each applies to each candidate. How about (READ ITEM) does it apply to Bush, or not? Does it apply to Clinton, or not? He can be trusted in a crisis ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

46.

CLINTON CAN BE TRUSTED

15. I'm going to read you some statements. After each please tell me whether or not each applies to each candidate. How about (READ ITEM) does it apply to Bush, or not. Does it apply to Clinton, or not? He can be trusted in a crisis ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

47.

RESPONSIBLE FOR ECONOMY

16. Who do you think is more responsible for current economic conditions Bush or the Democrats in Congress?

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

48.

FAULT FOR GOV FAILURES

17. When the federal government fails to act on major problems facing the country, whose fault is it usually: Bush or the Democrats in Congress? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

49.

REDU FED BUDGET DEFECIT

18. Suppose that you could check off a box on your federal income tax returns to have up to ten percent of your used to reduce the federal budget defecit. This means that spending on federal programs would be reduced by that amount. Would ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

50.

BUSH CARES ABT SERVING

19. Overall, would you say Bush cares more about serving poor and lower income people, middle income people, upper income people, or would you say he cares equally about serving all people? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Post-Republican Convention Poll, August 1992.

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