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1.

CARD NUMBERA

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

2.

RESPONDENT NUMBERA

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

3.

AREA CODE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

4.

EXCHANGE CODE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

5.

LAST FOUR DIGITS

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

6.

COMPLETED INTERVIEW

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

7.

COVER SHEET NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

8.

NUMBER OF ADULTS IN HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

9.

NUMBER OF WOMEN

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

10.

DAY OF INTERVIEW

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

11.

RESPONDENT'S SEX

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

12.

INTERVIEWER'S ID NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

13.

BATCH NUMBER

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

14.

REGION

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

15.

TIME ZONE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

16.

CARD NUMBERB

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

17.

RESPONDENT NUMBERB

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

18.

RESPONDENT'S FIRST NAME

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

19.

CARD NUMBERC

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

20.

RESPONDENT NUMBERC

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

21.

WEIGHT

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

22.

CENSUS REGION

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

23.

CBS REGION

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

24.

STATE CODE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

25.

URBANITY CODE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

26.

BATCH NUMBER2

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

27.

VARIANCE CODE

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

28.

1.GEORGE BUSH JOB HANDL

1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way George Bush is handling his job as President?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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2.GEORGE BUSH HANDL FOREIGN POLICY

2. Do you approve or disapprove of the way George Bush is handling foreign policy?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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3.GEORGE BUSH HANDL ECONOMY

3. How about the economy? Do you approve or disapprove of the way George Bush is handling the economy?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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4.MOST IMPORT PROB FACING COUNTRY TODAY

4. What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today? (Open-end)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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5.AMERICANS' FUTURE BETTER/WORSE/SAME

5. Do you think the future for the next generation of Americans will be better, or worse, or about the same as life today?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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6.AMT TIME GBUSH SPENDS ON PROBLEMS

6. In deciding how to spend their time, Presidents have to weigh the importance of foreign policy problems and problems here at home. Given the importance of both, do you think George Bush has been spending too much of his time on foreign policy pro... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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7.AMT TIME GBUSH SPENDS ON ECONOMY

7. Do you think George Bush is paying enough attention to the economy, or should he be paying more attention?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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8.A/D CONGRESS HANDL JOB

8. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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9.A/D RESPONDENTS REPRESENT HANDL JOB

9. How about the representative in Congress from your district? Do you approve or disapprove of the way your representative is handling his or her job? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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10.A/D U.S. HAS DECLINED AS A WRLD POWER

10. Some people say the United States is in decline as a world power. Do you agree or disagree? IF AGREE OR DISAGREE, ASK: Do you (agree/disagree) strongly, or only somewhat? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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11.HOW CLOSELY FOLLOW NEWS/WORLD AFFAIRS

11. How closely would you say you follow news about world affairs and foreign policy issues? Would you say you follow it very closely, somewhat closely, not too closely, or not at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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12.AFTER U.S.:PART WORLD PREZ SHLD FOCUS

12. After the United States, what part of the world should President focus most of his attention on? (Open-end)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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12A.AMT PREZ SHLD FOCUS/ANOTHER COUNTRY

12A. IF COUNTRY NAMED IN Q.12, ASK: Do you think that part of the world is so important for the United States to pay attention to that it should do so even if it means taking attention away from some problems here at home? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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13.AMT AMERICA RESPECTED TODY/10 YRS AGO

13. Compared to ten years ago, is America today respected more in the world than it was then, respected less than it was then, or respected about as much? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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14.ANY MILITARY THREAT TODAY TO U.S.

14. Is there any country today which poses a serious military threat to the U.S.?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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14A.IF ANY, WHICH COUNTRY/THREAT TO U.S.

14A. IF YES, ASK: Which country is that? (Open-end)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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15.NEXT CENTURY:WHICH COUNTRY ECON POWER

15. In the next century, which country do you think will be the number one economic power in the world--the United States, Japan, or some other country? IF OTHER, ASK: Which country is that? (Open-end) ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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16.HOW LIKELY NUCLEAR WAR/NEXT 10 YRS

16. How likely do you think we are to get into a NUCLEAR war within the next ten years -- very likely, fairly likely, fairly unlikely, or very unlikely? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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17.IS "THE COLD WAR" OVER

17. Ever since the 1940's, people have called relations between the United States and the Soviet Union "the cold war." In view of recent events in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, do you think the cold war is over? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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18.SOVT UNION/BROKN: IS U.S. MORE SECURE

18. Is the U.S. more secure now that the Soviet Union has broken up into many different republics, each with its own government, or was the U.S. more secure with all the republics if the Soviet Union were under one central government? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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19.SMALL COUNTRIES MORE/LESS LIKLY FIGHT

19. Now that relations between the United States and the Soviet Union have improved, do you think smaller countries will be more likely to fight against each other, less likely to fight against each other, or won't it make much difference? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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20.WILL U.S. ASSERT MORE:INTERNL AFFAIRS

20. Now that relations between the United States and the Soviet Union have improved, do you think the United States will assert itself more in international affairs, will assert itself less in international affairs, or won't it make much difference?... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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21.SHLD U.S. ASSERT MORE:INTERNL AFFAIRS

21. Now that relations between the United States and the Soviet Union have improved, do you think the United States SHOULD assert itself more in international affairs, SHOULD assert itself less in international affairs, or shouldn't it make much dif... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times October Foreign Policy/Congressional Scandal Poll, October 5-7, 1991.

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