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CARD NUMBER (1)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

RESPONDENT NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

REGION (BY PROVINCE)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

NUMBER OF ADULTS

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

RESPONDENT'S SEX

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

REGION (BY DISTRICT)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

WEIGHT

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

EDUCATION

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

ACTUAL AGE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

AGE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

RACE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q1.SEND TROOPS TO PANAMA

1. In general, do you approve strongly, approve somewhat, disapprove somewhat, or disapprove strongly of the U.S. sending troops to Panama to remove Manuel Noriega from power? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q2.HOW LONG WILL TROOPS STAY IN PANAMA

2. The Americans have said they will leave the additional troops in Panama long enough to secure the new government. How long do you think the troops will remain in Panama -- less than one month, less than three months, less than six months, or long... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q3.HOW LONG SHOULD TROOPS STAY IN PANAMA

3. How long do you think the additional U.S. troops SHOULD remain in Panama -- less than one month, less than three months, less than six months, or longer? (May need a volunteered answer "As long as necessary/as long as they want.") ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q4.TROOPS' USE OF FORCE IN PANAMA

4. Do you think the American troops used too much force, the right amount of force, or not enough force in the invasion?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q5.COULD PEOPLE OVERTHROW NORIEGA REGIME

5. Do you think that the Panamanian people could have overthrown the Noriega regime by themselves?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q6.REASON FOR SENDING TROOPS TO PANAMA

6. Do you think the United States sent troops to Panama ONLY to protect its own interests, or do you think the U.S. government also sincerely cared about helping Panamanian democracy? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q7.TROOPS TO HELP OFFICERS' COUP

7. Do you think it would have been a good idea or a bad idea if the U.S. had sent in troops at the time of the attempted coup by Panamanian officers in October, or not? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q8.LIKELIHOOD NORIEGA RETURN TO POWER

8. Would you say that it is very likely, somewhat likely, not very likely or completely unlikely that General Noriega will someday return to power in Panama? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q9.NORIEGA UNDER VATICAN PROTECTION

9. Do you think General Noriega should have been allowed to stay under the protection of the Vatican, or not?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q10.NORIEGA ON TRIAL

10. Do you think General Noriega should be put on trial or not?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q10A.WHERE NORIEGA TRIAL

10A. (IF YES) Should he be tried in Panama, in the United States, or in a neutral country?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q11.NORIEGA ALLOWED EXILE

11. Do you think General Noriega should be allowed to go into exile?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

Q11A.NORIEGA TAKE ASSETS INTO EXILE

11A. (IF YES) Should he be allowed to take his assets with him?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Panama Poll, January 1990.

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