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Label/Question

ICPSR Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Final Weight

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Probable Electorate Weight

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Zip Code

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Sample Release

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

FIPS County

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

4-way Rotation/Selection Variable

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

4-Way Rotation

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

3-Way Rotation

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Congressional District

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Census Region

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

CBS Region

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

State Code

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Urbanity

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

MSC Code

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Flip

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Time Zone Codes

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Replicate

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Interviewer ID Number

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Interviewer's Sex

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Interviewer's Race

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

First Dial Result

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Respondent's Sex

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Was Ever Appointment

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

Non-essential Shopping

In general, because of the economic recession, when you go shopping, are you spending more money on things OTHER than the basic necessities - I don't mean essential food and clothes, but the extras - or less money on these things, or about the same ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/Vanity Fair Monthly Poll, November 2009.

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