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1.

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Respondent #

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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SAMPLE TYPE (1 = RDD, 2 = OS)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

4.

8 digit date YYYYMMDD

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

5.

Time Interview Completed (ETZ)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

6.

TIME ZONE

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

7.

CENSUS REGION

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

8.

CENSUS DIVISION

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

9.

ABC STATE NUMBER

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

10.

FIPS STATE NUMBER

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

11.

Designated Market Area

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

12.

MSA Flag

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Metropolitan Statistical Area

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

14.

CBSA Type: M=Metropolitan, C=Micropolitan

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

15.

Combined Statistical Area

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

16.

Core Based Statistical Area

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

17.

Metropolitan Division

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

18.

FIPS County

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

19.

ZIP CODE

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

20.

Urban, Suburban, Rural

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

21.

Nielsen Scantrack Market

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

22.

Percent Black

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

23.

Percent Asian

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

24.

Percent Hispanic

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

25.

Congressional District

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

26.

RDD Block Count

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

27.

TIMES TRIED

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

28.

GENDER ASKED FOR AT INTRO

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

29.

BUSINESS FLAG FROM SAMPLE

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.1 How would you rate the condition of the natural environment in the world today - excellent, good, fair, poor, or very poor?

How would you rate the condition of the natural environment in the world today - excellent, good, fair, poor, or very poor?

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

31.

Q.1a Would you lean toward saying it's good or poor?

[ASK IF CONDITION OF ENVIRONMENT IS FAIR (Q1=3)] Would you lean toward saying it's good or poor?

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.2 What in your opinion is the single biggest environmental problem the world faces at this time?

What in your opinion is the single biggest environmental problem the world faces at this time?

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.2 OTHER.

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

34.

Q.2a What about (air pollution/pollution) do you have in mind?

[ASK IF Q2=3,5. IF Q2=3 INSERT "AIR POLLUTION". IF Q2=5 INSERT "POLLUTION"] What about (air pollution/pollution) do you have in mind?

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

35.

Q.2a OTHER.

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

36.

Q.2 FINAL

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.3 How much do you trust the things that scientists say about the environment - completely, a lot, a moderate amount, a little, or not at all?

How much do you trust the things that scientists say about the environment - completely, a lot, a moderate amount, a little, or not at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.3a Would you lean toward saying a lot or a little?

[ASK IF MODERATE (Q3=3)] Would you lean toward saying a lot or a little? [IF NEEDED:] How much do you trust the things that scientists say about the environment? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.4 Would you say that weather patterns in the county where you live have been more (stable) in the last three years than before that, more (unstable), or about the same?

Would you say that weather patterns in the county where you live have been more (stable) in the last three years than before that, more (unstable), or about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.5 As far as you know, would you say that average temperatures around the world have been (higher) in the last three years than before that, (lower), or about the same?

As far as you know, would you say that average temperatures around the world have been (higher) in the last three years than before that, (lower), or about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.6 Hasn't Or Has Not

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.6 You may have heard about the idea that the world's temperature may have been going up slowly over the past 100 years. What is your personal opinion on this - do you think this has probably been happening, or do you think it probably [hasn't/has not] b

[INSERT "HASN'T" FOR HALF SAMPLE, INSERT "HAS NOT" FOR OTHER HALF SAMPLE] You may have heard about the idea that the world's temperature may have been going up slowly over the past 100 years. What is your personal opinion on this - do you think this... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.7 How sure are you that the world's temperature (has/[hasn't/has not]) been going up - extremely sure, very sure, somewhat sure, or not sure at all?

[INSERT "HAS" IF Q6=1, INSERT "HASN'T"/"HAS NOT" TEXT FROM Q6 IF Q6=2. IF Q6= DK,REF INSERT "HASN'T" FOR HALF SAMPLE, INSERT "HAS NOT" FOR OTHER HALF SAMPLE] How sure are you that the world's temperature (has/[hasn't/has not]) been going up - extrem... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

44.

Q.8 or Q.9 ASKED

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.8 [Assuming it's happening,] do you think a rise in the world's temperatures is being [would be] caused mostly by (things people do), mostly by (natural causes), or about equally by things people do and by natural causes?

[INSERT "Assuming it's happening" and "would be" only if "extremely, very or somewhat sure" global warming is NOT happening (Q6=2,DK,REF AND Q7=1,2,3)] [Assuming it's happening,] do you think a rise in the world's temperatures is being [would be] ca... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

46.

Q.8a Would you lean toward saying it's being caused mostly by (things people do) or mostly by (natural causes)?

[ASK IF EQUAL (Q8=3)] Would you lean toward saying it's being caused mostly by (things people do) or mostly by (natural causes)?

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.9 [Assuming it's happening], do you think a rise in the world's temperatures is being [would be] caused mostly by (things people do, including commercial and industrial activities;) mostly by (natural causes), or about equally by things people do and by

[INSERT "Assuming it's happening" and "would be" only if "extremely, very or somewhat sure" global warming is NOT happening (Q6=2,DK,REF AND Q7=1,2,3)] [Assuming it's happening], do you think a rise in the world's temperatures is being [would be] ca... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.9a If you had to choose, would you say it's being caused mostly by (things people do, including commercial and industrial activities), or mostly by (natural causes)?

[ASK IF EQUAL (Q9=3)] If you had to choose, would you say it's being caused mostly by (things people do, including commercial and industrial activities), or mostly by (natural causes)? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.10 How important is the issue of global warming to you personally - extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important?

How important is the issue of global warming to you personally - extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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Q.10a Would you lean toward saying it's very important or not too important?

[ASK IF SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT (Q10=3)] Would you lean toward saying it's very important or not too important?

Taken from: ABC News Poll, July 2008.

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