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Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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QG1A. Enter gender by observation

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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QG2A. 'I have to ask this-are you male or female?'

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RESPONDENT'S GENDER

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Q5. When you get together with your friends, would you say you discuss political matters... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q6. How often do other people ask your opinions about political matters? Would you say... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7A. Society shouldn't have to put up with those who have political ideas that are extremely different from the majority. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7B. It is not necessary to obey a law you consider unjust. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7C. It is better to live in an orderly society than to allow people so much freedom that they can become disruptive. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7D. Sometimes it might be better to ignore the law and solve problems immediately rather than wait for a legal solution. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7E. Free speech is just not worth it if it means that we have to put up with the danger to society of extremist political views. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7F. The government should have some ability to bend the law in order to solve pressing social and political problems. Do you... (READ LIST)

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Q7G. In politics, the majority ought to get what it wants, even if it means that the rights of some minorities are restricted. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q7H. Majority rule may be an important principle for democracies, but the majority must always respect the rights of all minorities. Do you... (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q26A. How do you feel about the Kentucky legislature?

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Q26B. How do you feel about the Kentucky Supreme Court?

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Q26G. How do you feel about Christian Fundamentalists?

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Q26H. How do you feel about Anti-Abortion Activists?

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Q26I. How do you feel about Pro-Abortion Activists?

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Q26J. How do you feel about the Kentucky court system?

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Q26K. How do you feel about the Press in Kentucky?

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q26L.How do you feel about Insurance companies and other large business in Kentucky?

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Q26Z1. If you had to choose between the two institutions, would you say you have more confidence in the Kentucky Supreme Court or in the Kentucky legislature?

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Q11. In general, are you very aware, somewhat aware, not very aware, or haven't you heard of the Kentucky Supreme Court?

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Q12. And what about the Kentucky legislature - would you say that you are very aware, somewhat aware, not very aware, or haven't you heard of the Kentucky legislature?

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Q13. How well do you think the Kentucky Supreme Court does its main job in government? Would you say it does a... (READ LIST)

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Q14. And what about the Kentucky legislature? Would you say it does a... (READ LIST)

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Q15. Some judges in the American states are elected; others are appointed to the bench. Do you happen to know if the justices of the Kentucky Supreme Court are elected or appointed to the bench?

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Q16. Some judges in the American states serve for a set number of years; others serve a life term. Do you know if the justices of the Kentucky Supreme Court serve for a set number of years or whether they serve a life term?

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Q17. When there is a conflict over the meaning of the Kentucky Constitution, do you know who has the LAST SAY - is it the Kentucky Supreme Court, the Kentucky legislature, or the governor?

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q17. When there is a conflict over the meaning of the Kentucky Constitution, do you know who has the LAST SAY - is it the Kentucky Supreme Court, the Kentucky legislature, or the governor? [VERBATIM RESPONSE]

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q21. In general, would you say that the Kentucky Supreme Court is too liberal, too conservative, or about right in its decisions?

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Q22D. If the Kentucky Supreme Court started making a lot of decisions that most people disagree with, it might be better to do away with the Supreme Court altogether. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q22E. The right of the Kentucky Supreme Court to decide certain types of controversial issues should be reduced. (READ LIST)

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Q22F. The Kentucky Supreme Court can usually be trusted to make decisions that are right for the state as a whole. (READ LIST)

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Q22H. Judges of the Kentucky Supreme Court who consistently make decisions at odds with what a majority of the people in the state want should be removed from their position as judge. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q22I. It is inevitable that the Kentucky Supreme Court gets mixed up in politics; therefore, we ought to have stronger means of controlling the actions of the Kentucky Supreme Court. (READ LIST)

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Q22J. The Kentucky Supreme Court may have its ideas about what the constitution means, but more important is what the majority of people think the constitution means. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q23A. If the Kentucky legislature started making a lot of decisions that most people disagree with, it might be better to do away with the legislature altogether. (READ LIST)

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Q23B. The Kentucky legislature can usually be trusted to make decisions that are right for the state as a whole. (READ LIST)

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Q23C. The decisions of the Kentucky legislature favor some groups more than others. (READ LIST)

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Q23D. People should obey the Kentucky legislature even when they disagree with its decisions. (READ LIST)

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Q23F. If the majority of the people want something, the Kentucky Constitution should not be used to keep them from getting what they want. (READ LIST)

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Q23G. It is not necessary to obey the laws of a government that I did not vote for. (READ LIST)

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Q24A. The Kentucky Supreme Court gets too mixed up in politics. (READ LIST)

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Q24B. People should obey the Kentucky Supreme Court even when they disagree with its decisions. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q24F. The Kentucky Supreme Court ought to be made less independent so that it listens a lot more to what the people want. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q24J. The Kentucky Supreme Court may not always make decisions I agree with, but I trust it much more than most other political institutions in our state. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q24K. When the country is in great danger, we may have to force people to testify against themselves in court even if it violates their rights. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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Q24L. If someone is suspected of treason or other serious crimes, he should not be entitled to be released on bail. (READ LIST)

Taken from: The Politicization of State Judicial Elections: The Effects of New-Style Campaigns on State Court Legitimacy in Kentucky, 2006.

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