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Name
Label/Question
1.

caseid

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

2.

Final Weight

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

3.

Probable Electorate Weight

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

4.

M/Original Weight

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

5.

Election Categories

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

6.

Sample Criteria

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

7.

Black Percentage

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

8.

Hispanic Percentage

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

9.

In/Went to College

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

10.

College Track

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

11.

Original Survey ID#

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

12.

Oversample

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

13.

Original Number Adults

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

14.

Original Other Phones

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

15.

Original ID

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

16.

FIPS County

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

17.

Verb Tense of Questionnaire

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

18.

original case id

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

19.

4-way Rotation/Selection Variable

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

20.

4-Way Rotation

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

21.

3-Way Rotation

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

22.

Congressional District

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

23.

Incumbent

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

24.

Freshman/Opposed Status

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

25.

Open Seat Status

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

26.

IDPlus Privacy Manager/Modem

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

27.

census region

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

28.

cbs region

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

29.

state code

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

30.

urbanity

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

31.

msc code

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

32.

flip

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

33.

Time Zone Codes

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

34.

Interviewer ID Number

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

35.

Interviewer's Sex

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

36.

Interviewer's Race

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

37.

First Dial Result

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

38.

Respondent's Sex

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

39.

Was Ever Appointment

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

40.

Opportunities Now vs Parents

Compared to your parents, do you think in general your opportunities to succeed in life are better than theirs, about the same as theirs, or worse than theirs? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

41.

Most Important Problem

Suppose a television reporter stopped you on the street and wanted to interview you. If he or she asked you to name the most important issue facing young people today, what would you tell them? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

42.

Current Schooling

Are you currently attending either school or college, or not?

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

43.

Schooling Completed

What was the last grade in school you completed?

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

44.

Current Year of School

What grade are you in now?

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

45.

Jr High/High

Do you attend a junior high school or a high school?

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

46.

Type of School

Do you attend a public school, a private school, or a religious school?

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

47.

College Cost Justifiable

A college education can now cost on average from $12,000 to $30,000 or more per year. Do you think a person gets enough out of a college education to justify what they might pay for it? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

48.

Rate School

Overall, how would you rate the quality of your school -- would you say your high school is excellent, good, fair, or poor?

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

49.

Rate School Facilities

Overall, how would you rate the quality of your school's facilities and buildings? Would you say they are excellent, good, fair, or poor? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

50.

Rate Teachers

Overall, how would you rate the quality of your school's teachers? Would you say they are excellent teachers, good, fair, or poor teachers? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/MTV/Gates Foundation Monthly Poll, March 2005.

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