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Name
Label/Question

NES VERSION NUMBER

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

NES DATASET NUMBER

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

ICPSR ARCHIVE NUMBER

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

INTERVIEW NUMBER

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

FORM OF REINTERVIEW

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

NATURE OF (RE)INTERVIEW

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

REGION OF INTERVIEW

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

REGION PSU AND POP SIZE

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

POPULATION SIZE

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

NMBR ADULTS IN HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

RELNP OF R TO HEAD

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

DATE INTERVIEW WAS TAKEN

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

NAME OF INTERVIEWER

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

CODERS

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHO WILL BE ELECTED PRES

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

XCLOSE PRES RACE OR NOT

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

XYOUR STATE-CLOSE VOTE

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

XR'S PRESL PRDTN IN ST

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

ANY DFRNC BETWEEN PTYS

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHAT GOOD ABOUT DEMS 1

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHAT GOOD ABOUT DEMS 2

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHAT GOOD ABOUT DEMS 3

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHAT GOOD ABOUT DEMS 4

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHAT GOOD ABOUT DEMS 5

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

WHAT BAD ABOUT DEMS 1

Taken from: American National Election Study, 1952.

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