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Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

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Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

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Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

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Hello, I am with the Gallup organization in Princeton, New Jersey. Recently, (name) received a letter from George Gallup outlining a very important survey on behalf of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. I would like to make an appointment to ... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

INTRODUCTION

Recently, you received a letter from George Gallup outlining a survey regarding foreign policy, that we are conducting on behalf of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. You were selected for the elite portion of the study, because of the import... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

Q1. BIGGEST PROBLEMS: FIRST RESPONSE

1. What do you feel are the two or three biggest problems facing the COUNTRY today? [Probe:]. What else? (Open ended) [Probe for three responses. ENTER VERBATIM RESPONSES] ... (view details)

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Q1. BIGGEST PROBLEMS: SECOND RESPONSE

1. What do you feel are the two or three biggest problems facing the COUNTRY today? [Probe:]. What else? (Open ended) [Probe for three responses. ENTER VERBATIM RESPONSES] ... (view details)

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Q1. BIGGEST PROBLEMS: THIRD RESPONSE

1. What do you feel are the two or three biggest problems facing the COUNTRY today? [Probe:]. What else? (Open ended) [Probe for three responses. ENTER VERBATIM RESPONSES] ... (view details)

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Q2. FOREIGN POLICY: FIRST RESPONSE

2. What do you feel are the two or three biggest foreign policy problems facing the UNITED STATES today? [Probe:] What else? (Open ended) [Probe for three responses. ENTER VERBATIM RESPONSES] ... (view details)

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Q2. FOREIGN POLICY: SECOND RESPONSE

2. What do you feel are the two or three biggest foreign policy problems facing the UNITED STATES today? [Probe:] What else? (Open ended) [Probe for three responses. ENTER VERBATIM RESPONSES] ... (view details)

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Q2. FOREIGN POLICY: THIRD RESPONSE

2. What do you feel are the two or three biggest foreign policy problems facing the UNITED STATES today? [Probe:] What else? (Open ended) [Probe for three responses. ENTER VERBATIM RESPONSES] ... (view details)

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Q3A. AID TO EDUCATION

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] A. Aid to education ... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

Q3B. DEFENSE SPENDING

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] B. Defense spending ... (view details)

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Q3C. SOCIAL SECURITY

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] C. Social security ... (view details)

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Q3D. FOREIGN MILITARY AID

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] D. Military aid to oth... (view details)

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Q3E. FOREIGN ECONOMIC AID

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] E. Economic aid to oth... (view details)

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Q3F. SPACE PROGRAM

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] F. Space program ... (view details)

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Q3G. HEALTH CARE

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] G. Health care ... (view details)

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Q3H. PROGRAMS AGAINST VIOLENCE AND CRIME

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] H. Programs to combat ... (view details)

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Q3I. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

3. I am going to read a list of present federal government programs. For each, I would like you to tell me whether you feel it should be expanded (E), cut back (CB), or kept about the same (KAS) How about [read and rotate A-I] I. Gathering intellige... (view details)

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Q4. ROLE OF CONGRESS

4. In general, compared to the role of the President, do you feel that Congress is playing too strong a role in determining foreign policy, too weak a role, or about the right role? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

Q5. ECONOMIC AID TO OTHER NATIONS

5. ON THE WHOLE, do you favor or oppose our giving ECONOMIC aid to other nations?

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

Q6A. ECONOMIC AID TO EGYPT

6. IN PARTICULAR, do you think ECONOMIC aid to the following people or nations should be increased (I), decreased (D) kept about the same (KAS), or stopped altogether (SA) How about [read and rotate A-G]? A. Egypt ... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

Q6B. ECONOMIC AID TO RUSSIA

6. IN PARTICULAR, do you think ECONOMIC aid to the following people or nations should be increased (I), decreased (D) kept about the same (KAS), or stopped altogether (SA) How about [read and rotate A-G]? B. Russia ... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

Q6C. ECONOMIC AID TO ISRAEL

6. IN PARTICULAR, do you think ECONOMIC aid to the following people or nations should be increased (I), decreased (D) kept about the same (KAS), or stopped altogether (SA) How about [read and rotate A-G]? C. Israel ... (view details)

Taken from: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1994 - Elite Data.

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