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PROJ#

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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2.

I'W#

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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3.

I'ER

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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4.

BLOCK#

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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5.

SLSL#

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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6.

DATE/MO

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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7.

DATE/DAY

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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8.

TM/HR/ST

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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9.

TM/MN/ST

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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10.

TM/HR/CP

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
11.

TM/MN/CP

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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12.

TREAT#

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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TC/TASK

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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14.

TC/SX-RC

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
15.

TC/ACH

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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16.

TC/SAT

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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17.

TC/DEPEN

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
18.

TC/TAT

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
19.

RACEI'ER

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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20.

SEX-I'ER

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
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21.

VOL-ARMY

1. How do you feel about the U.S. replacing the draft with an all-volunteer army? Do you strongly approve, disapprove, or strongly disapprove? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
22.

WAR-RESP

2. When a nation gets involved in a war, who is usually most responsible --politicians, the military, or the business community?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
23.

PERFTSOC

3. America may not be perfect, but it has brought us about as close as human beings can get to a perfect society. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
24.

GETAHEAD

4. People whose parents are poor have just as much chance to get ahead as people whose parents are rich, if they work hard. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
25.

BEARARMS

5. If anyone should bear arms, it should be men rather than women. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
26.

US-ROLE

6. The United States should play a major role in maintaining order in the world Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
27.

HELPPOOR

7. In general, it is a good policy for the United States to try to help poor countries in the world raise their standard of living. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
28.

SUP-DEF

8. The people in this country have been asked to make too many sacrifices to support the defense program. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
29.

EURP-TRP

9. Stationing some of our American troops and planes in Europe is of no help to the United States Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
30.

STOPCOMM

10. Stopping the Communists is more important than staying out of war. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
31.

WASH-OK

11. In general, the way our officials in Washington are handling our foreign affairs is satisfactory. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
32.

AVOIDWAR

12. The government is not doing all it could to avoid another war. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
33.

SPRDCOMM

13. The government is not doing all it should to prevent the spread of Communism. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
34.

REL-POW

14. Thye government did not act as quickly as it could have to arrange the release of our prisoners of war from Vietnam. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
35.

$SPENT

15. Out of each federal tax dollar, how many cents would you guess are spent on the military?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
36.

$OUGHT

16. How many cents do you think ought to be spent on the military?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
37.

SUM:MIL$

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
38.

VIETMSTK

The next few questions are about the war in Vietnam 17. In view of the developments since we entered the fighting, do you think the United States made a mistake in sending troops to fight in Vietnam? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
39.

USNOTWIN

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? U.S NOT WINNING TH... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
40.

WARKILLD

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? PEOPLE KILLED OR I... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
41.

LOST-RES

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? LOSS OF U.S. RESOU... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
42.

NOINTRST

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? VIETNAM NOT IMPORT... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
43.

WAR-FORM

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? OKAY TO INTERVENE ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
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NOTLEGIT

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? ENTRY TO WAR WAS N... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
45.

INTCNFLT

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? VIETNAM WAR IS INT... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
46.

?MOTIVES

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? U.S. MOTIVES OR AC... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
47.

WIERDWAR

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? THE WAR IS CONFUSE... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
48.

BAD-ALLY

17a. Why would you say it was/was not a mistake? (PROBE IF NOT CLEAR: e.g., Would you explain a little more why you think it was/was not a mistake?) 17b. Is there any other reason why you think it was/was not a mistake? PROBLEMS WITH SOUT... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


Name
Label/Question
49.

WE/THEY

SUMMARY: Code reference to United States or U.S. government as "we" vs. "they" in Q17a-b

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.


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Label/Question
50.

CODABLE?

Response not codable in cols. 60-70

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1973: A Study of the Civil Military Interface and the Application of Laboratory Methodologies in a Survey Setting.

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