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1.

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Respondent Number

Respondent #

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

3.

8 digit date YYYYMMDD

8 digit date YYYYMMDD

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

4.

TIME ZONE

TIME ZONE

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

5.

CENSUS REGION

CENSUS REGION

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

6.

CENSUS DIVISION

CENSUS DIVISION

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

7.

ABC STATE NUMBER

ABC STATE NUMBER

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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FIPS STATE NUMBER

FIPS STATE NUMBER

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

9.

Designated Market Area

Designated Market Area

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

10.

MSA Flag

MSA Flag

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

11.

Metropolitan Statistical Area

Metropolitan Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

12.

CBSA Type: M=Metropolitan, C=Micropolitan

CBSA Type: M=Metropolitan, C=Micropolitan

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Combined Statistical Area

Combined Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

14.

Core Based Statistical Area

Core Based Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

15.

Metropolitan Division

Metropolitan Division

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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FIPS County

FIPS County

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

17.

ZIP CODE

ZIP CODE

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

18.

Urban, Suburban, Rural

Urban, Suburban, Rural

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

19.

Nielsen Scantrack Market

Nielsen Scantrack Market

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

20.

Percent Black

Percent Black

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

21.

Percent Asian

Percent Asian

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

22.

Percent Hispanic

Percent Hispanic

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

23.

Congressional District

Congressional District

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

24.

RDD Block Count

RDD Block Count

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

25.

TIMES TRIED

TIMES TRIED

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

26.

GENDER ASKED FOR AT INTRO

GENDER ASKED FOR AT INTRO

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

27.

MARYLAND REGION

MARYLAND REGION

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

28.

TYPE OF COMPLETE

TYPE OF COMPLETE

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

29.

Q905 REG VOTER

Are you registered to vote at your present address, or not?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

30.

Q.2 Are you registered as (a Democrat), (a Republican) an Independent or something else?

Q.2 Are you registered as (a Democrat), (a Republican) an Independent or something else?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.3 I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the upcoming election for governor and U.S. Senator this November: Are you absolutely certain to vote, will you probably vote, are the chances 50-50, or less than that?

Q.3 I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the upcoming election for governor and U.S. Senator this November: Are you absolutely certain to vote, will you probably vote, are the chances 50-50, or less than that? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.4 Would you say you are following this year's U.S. Senate and governor's races in the state of Maryland very closely, fairly closely, not too closely, or not closely at all?

Q.4 Would you say you are following this year's U.S. Senate and governor's races in the state of Maryland very closely, fairly closely, not too closely, or not closely at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.5 As you may know, the candidates in November's election for U.S. Senate include: (Michael Steele, the Republican), (Ben Cardin, the Democrat) and Kevin Zeese, from the Green Party. Suppose the election was held today. For whom would you vote?

Q.5 As you may know, the candidates in November's election for U.S. Senate include: (Michael Steele, the Republican), (Ben Cardin, the Democrat) and Kevin Zeese, from the Green Party. Suppose the election was held today. For whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

34.

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

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

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

35.

Q.6 Did you vote for (Michael Steele, the Republican), (Ben Cardin, the Democrat) or Kevin Zeese, from the Green Party?

Q.6 Did you vote for (Michael Steele, the Republican), (Ben Cardin, the Democrat) or Kevin Zeese, from the Green Party?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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LEANED SENATE

LEANED SENATE

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

37.

Q.7 Will you definitely vote for (CANDIDATE), or is there a chance you could change your mind and vote for someone else?

Q.7 Will you definitely vote for (CANDIDATE), or is there a chance you could change your mind and vote for someone else?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.8 Thinking about his candidacy for U.S. Senate so far, how enthusiastic (are/were) you about (CANDIDATE)?

Q.8 Thinking about his candidacy for U.S. Senate so far, how enthusiastic (are/were) you about (CANDIDATE)?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.9 As you may know, the candidates for Maryland governor are (Bob Ehrlich, the Republican) and (Martin O'Malley, the Democrat). If the election were held today, for whom would you vote?

Q.9 As you may know, the candidates for Maryland governor are (Bob Ehrlich, the Republican) and (Martin O'Malley, the Democrat). If the election were held today, for whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.9a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Q.9a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.10 How about for governor? Did you vote for (Bob Ehrlich, the Republican) or (Martin O'Malley, the Democrat)?

Q.10 How about for governor? Did you vote for (Bob Ehrlich, the Republican) or (Martin O'Malley, the Democrat)?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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LEANED GOVERNOR

LEANED GOVERNOR

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.11 Will you definitely vote for (CANDIDATE), or is there a chance you could change your mind and vote for someone else?

Q.11 Will you definitely vote for (CANDIDATE), or is there a chance you could change your mind and vote for someone else?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.12 Thinking about his candidacy for governor so far, how enthusiastic (are/were) you about (CANDIDATE)?

Q.12 Thinking about his candidacy for governor so far, how enthusiastic (are/were) you about (CANDIDATE)?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.13 Do you think things in the state of Maryland are generally going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten pretty seriously off on the wrong track?

Q.13 Do you think things in the state of Maryland 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 Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.14 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bob Ehrlich is handling his job as governor?

Q.14 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bob Ehrlich is handling his job as governor?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q14 Ehrlich Job Approve/Disapprove NET

Q14 Ehrlich Job Approve/Disapprove NET

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.15 How much would you say Ehrlich has accomplished in his first term as governor?

Q.15 How much would you say Ehrlich has accomplished in his first term as governor?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q.16 Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president?

Q.16 Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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Q16 Bush Job Approve/Disapprove NET

Q16 Bush Job Approve/Disapprove NET

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: Maryland Elections Poll #2, October 2006.

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