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1.

ICPSR STUDY NUMBER

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

2.

ICPSR PART NO

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

3.

ICPSR EDITION NO

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

4.

INTERVIEW NUMBER

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

5.

RDD ID NUMBER

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

6.

AREA CODE

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

7.

INTERVIEWER ID

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

8.

DATE-MONTH

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

9.

DATE-DAY

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

10.

LENGTH OF INTERVIEW

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

11.

INTEREST

A2. In this interview we will talk about many different topics. We have some questions about the presidential candidates, the elections this fall, and your feelings about the economy and other current issues. Some people don't pay much ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

12.

VOTE:3 WAY

A3. Suppose the presidential election were being held today. If Ronald Reagan were the Republican candidate, and Jimmy Carter were the Democratic candidate, and John Anderson of Illinois were an independent candidate, who would you like t... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

13.

VOTE:REAGAN-CARTER

A3a. If you could not vote for Anderson, would you prefer Ronald Reagan or Jimmy Carter?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

14.

WHO CARRY MICHIGAN

A4. What do you think will happen in Michigan? Which candidate for President do you think will carry this state?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

15.

CLOSE RACE?

A4a. Do you think the presidential race will be close here in Michigan, or will (NAME GIVEN IN A4) win by quite a bit?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

16.

BTR/WRSE YEAR AGO

A5. We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you (and your family living there) are better off or worse off financially than you were a year ago? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

17.

BTR/WRSE NXT YEAR

A6. Now looking ahead -- do you think that a year from now you (and your family living there) will be better off financially, worse off or just about the same as now? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

18.

CARTER JOB AS PRES

B1. Now we would like to ask you a few questions about current affairs. B1a. In general, do you approve or disapprove of the way Jimmy Carter is handling his job as President? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

19.

CARTER ECONOMY

B1b. How about his handling of the economy? (Do you approve or disapprove of the way Jimmy Carter is handling the economy?)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

20.

CARTER FOREIGN POLICY

B1c. How about his handling of foreign policy? (Do you approve or disapprove of the way Jimmy Carter is handling foreign affairs?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

21.

CARTER IRAN POLICY

B1d. And how about his handling of the crisis brought about by the taking of American hostages in Iran? (Do you approve or disapprove of Jimmy Carter's handling of the crisis brought about by the taking of American hostages in Iran?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

22.

INFLATION-DO SOMETHING?

B2. Speaking of the problem of inflation, do you think something can be done to successfully deal with it, or do you feel that we'll have to continue living with it because not much can be done about it? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

23.

UNEMPLYMNT-DO SOMETHING?

B3. Speaking of the problem of unemployment, do you think something can be done to deal successfully with it, or do you feel that we'll have to continue living with it because not much can be done about it? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

24.

LIBERAL/CONSERVATIVE

B4. We hear a lot of talk these days about liberals and conservatives. I am going to read a five-point scale on which political views that people hold are arranged. Point 1 is very liberal; point 2 somewhat liberal; point 3 is moderate o... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

25.

LIB/CON MUST CHOOSE

B4a. If you had to choose, would you consider yourself a liberal or a conservative?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

26.

GOVT SPEND/SERVE

B5. Next we have some questions using a seven point scale. Some people think the government should provide fewer services, even in areas such as health and education, in order to reduce spending. Suppose these people are at one end of th... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

27.

RUSSIA RELATIONS

B6. Some people feel it is important for us to try very hard to get along with Russia. Suppose these people are at one end of the scale at point 1. Others feel it is a big mistake to try too hard to get along with Russia. Suppose these ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

28.

INFLATION VS UNEMPLOY

B7. Some people feel the federal government should take action to reduce the inflation rate, even if it means that unemployment would go up a lot. Suppose these people are at one end of the scale at point 1. Others feel the government sh... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

29.

DEFENSE-SPEND MORE LESS

B8. Some people believe we should spend much less money for defense. Suppose these people are at one end of the scale at point 1. Others feel defense spending should be greatly increased. Suppose these people are at the other end, at po... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

30.

WOMEN'S RIGHTS

B9. Recently there has been a lot of talk about women's rights. Some people feel womenshould have an equal role with men in running business, industry and government. Suppose these people are at one end of the scale at point 1. Others f... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

31.

ABORTION

B10. Do you think it should be possible for a pregnant woman to go to a doctor to have an abortion if she is married and does not want any more children? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

32.

WAR IF CARTER

C1. Now I would like to ask you some questions about what might happen in the United States in the next four years, depending upon who was elected President. If Jimmy Carter were elected President, do you think the United States would be ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

33.

WAR IF REAGAN

C1a. What if Ronald Reagan were elected as President? (Would the United States be more likely to go to war, less likely, or wouldn't it make any difference?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

34.

WAR IF ANDERSON

C1b. What if John Anderson were elected as President? (Would the United States be more likely to go to war, less likely, or wouldn't it make any difference?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

35.

INFLATION IF REAGAN

C2. If Ronald Reagan were elected president, do you think that inflation would increase, decrease, or stay about the same as it is now? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

36.

INFLATION IF ANDERSON

C2a. What if John Anderson were elected President? (Do you think that inflation would increase, decrease, or stay the same as it is now?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

37.

INFLATION IF CARTER

C2b. What if Jimmy Carter were elected President? (Do you think that inflation would increase, decrease, or stay the same as it is now?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

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UNEMPLOYMENT IF ANDERSON

C3. If John Anderson were elected President, do you think unemployment would increase, decrease, or stay about the same?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

39.

UNEMPLOYMENT IF CARTER

C3a. What if Jimmy Carter were elected President? (Do you think unemployment would increase, decrease, or stay about the same?)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

40.

UNEMPLOYMENT IF REAGAN

C3b. What if Ronald Reagan were elected President? (Do you think unemployment would increase, decrease, or stay about the same?)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

41.

RUSSIA IF CARTER

C4. If Jimmy Carter were elected President, do you think relations with the Soviet Union would get better, get worse, or stay about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

42.

RUSSIA IF REAGAN

C4a. What if Ronald Reagan were elected President? (Do you think relations with the Soviet Union would get better, get worse, or stay about the same?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

43.

RUSSIA IF ANDERSON

C4b. What if John Anderson were elected President? (Do you think relations with the Soviet Union would get better, get worse, or stay about the same?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

44.

WATCH DEBATE

Have you watched any of the televised debates between the presidential or vice-presidential candidates?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

45.

LEARN ABT CANDIDATES

D2. Was there anything new you learned about the candidates that you didn't know before you watched the debates?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

46.

WHAT LEARN CAND 1ST

What was that? (learned about candidates)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

47.

WHAT LEARN CAND 2ND

What was that? (learned about candidates)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

48.

LEARN ABT ISSUES

D3. Was there anything new you learned about the issues that you hadn't heard before you watched the debates?

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

49.

WHAT LRN ISSUES 1ST

What was that? (learned about issues)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

50.

WHAT LRN ISSUES 2ND

What was that? (learned about issues)

Taken from: Michigan Survey of Voter Attitudes, October 1980.

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