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Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Respondent #

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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WEIGHT

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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8 digit date YYYYMMDD

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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TIME ZONE

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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CENSUS REGION

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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CENSUS DIVISION

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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FIPS STATE NUMBER

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Designated Market Area

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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MSA Flag

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Metropolitan Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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CBSA Type: M=Metropolitan, C=Micropolitan

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Combined Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Core Based Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Metropolitan Division

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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FIPS County

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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ZIP CODE

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Nielsen County Size

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Urban, Suburban, Rural

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Nielsen Scantrack Market

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Percent Black

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Percent Asian

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Percent Hispanic

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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TIMES TRIED

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Congressional District

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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RDD Block Count

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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GENDER ASKED FOR AT INTRO

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Type of Complete

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.1 Are you registered to vote in Washington DC, or haven't you had a chance to register?

Are you registered to vote in Washington DC, or haven't you had a chance to register?

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.2 Are you registered as a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, in the DC Statehood Green Party, or something else?

Are you registered as a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, in the DC Statehood Green Party, or something else?

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.3 Generally speaking, how interested are you in the current campaign for mayor in DC: would you say you are very interested, fairly interested, not too interested or not interested at all?

Generally speaking, how interested are you in the current campaign for mayor in DC? Would you say you are very interested, fairly interested, not too interested or not interested at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.4 Are you absolutely certain to vote, very likely to vote, probably will vote, are the chances 50-50, or don't you think you will vote in that election?

[ASK IF REGISTERED DEMOCRAT, Q2=1] This year's Democratic primary election for mayor is Tuesday, September 12. Some people have busier schedules than others. Because of this, some people who plan to vote can't always get around to it on election day... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.5 Suppose the primary election for mayor of the district were held today, and the candidates were Michael Brown, Linda Cropp, Adrian Fenty, Marie Johns, and Vincent Orange. For whom would you vote?

[ASK IF REGISTERED DEMOCRAT, Q2=1] Suppose the primary election for mayor of the district were held today, and the candidates were Michael Brown, Linda Cropp, Adrian Fenty, Marie Johns, and Vincent Orange. For whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.5a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q5LEAN

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.6 Would you say you strongly support or just somewhat support (CANDIDATE)?

Would you say you strongly support or just somewhat support (MAYORIAL CANDIDATE SELECTED IN Q4)?

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.7 Suppose the primary election for DC city council chairman were held today and the candidates were (Kathy Patterson) and (Vincent Gray). For whom would you vote?

[ASK IF REGISTERED DEMOCRAT, Q2=1] Suppose the primary election for DC city council chairman were held today and the candidates were Kathy Patterson and Vincent Gray. For whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.7a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q7LEAN

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.8 Would you say you strongly support or just somewhat support (CANDIDATE)?

Would you say you strongly support or just somewhat support (DC CITY COUNTIL CHAIRMAN CANDIDATE SELECTED IN Q7)?

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.9 Do you think things in the District of Columbia are generally going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten pretty seriously off on the wrong track?

[ASK OF ALL RESPONDENTS] Do you think things in the District of Columbia are generally going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten pretty seriously off on the wrong track? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.10 In general, would you say the quality of life in the District of Columbia is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same?

[ASK OF ALL RESPONDENTS] In general, would you say the quality of life in the District of Columbia is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.11 Do you approve or disapprove of the way that Anthony Williams is handling his job as Mayor?

[ASK OF REGISTERED VOTERS] Do you approve or disapprove of the way that Anthony Williams is handling his job as mayor? [IF APPROVE:] Is that approve STRONGLY or just SOMEWHAT? [IF DISAPPROVE:] Is that disapprove STRONGLY or just SOMEWHAT? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q11 Williams Job Approve/Disapprove NET

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.12 Which type of person would you prefer as the next mayor:

Which type of person would you prefer as the next mayor? Someone with a lot of government service and a proven record, or someone who may have less government experience but has new ideas and energy? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.12a. Which of these two statements comes closest to your own views:

Which of these two statements comes closest to your own views? 1) After eight years of Anthony Williams, we need to elect a mayor who can set the city moving in a new direction, or 2) we need to keep the city moving in the direction Anthony Williams... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.13 What is the biggest problem facing the district today, the one you want the next mayor to work the hardest to solve?

What is the biggest problem facing the district today, the one you want the next mayor to work the hardest to solve? [DO NOT READ LIST]

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.14 Can you tell me the main reason why the schools are so important to you personally?

[ASK IF Q13=2] Can you tell me the main reason why the schools are so important to you personally? [DO NOT READ LIST]

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.15 How important do you think it is that DC's city council chairman be African-American: very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important?

How important do you think it is that DC's city council chairman be African- American: very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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Q.16a Do you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of Michael Brown?

I am going to read you a few 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. Michael Brown. [IF NEEDED:] Do you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post District of Columbia Poll, July 2006.

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