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Label/Question
1.

Pre-election Respondent ID

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Pre-election Interviewer ID

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Sample Record #

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Pre-election Time Zone

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Pre-election FIPS State Code

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Pre-election FIPS County code

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Pre-election FIPS Congressional District

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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Pre-election FIPS MSA Code

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

9.

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

10.

Strata

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

11.

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

12.

Completion date of Pre-Questionnaire

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

13.

Political ideology

QGl. In general, when it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as a liberal, a conservative, a moderate or what?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

14.

Rep. Helpful

QN6. If you had (another/a) problem that Representative [RESTORE REP. NAME FROM GRID] could do something about, do you think [he/she] would be very helpful, somewhat helpful, or not very helpful? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

15.

Church attendance

QU3. Would you say you go to church or place of worship every week, almost every week, once or twice a month, a few times a year, or never? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

16.

Achieve full equality

QV3. Will Blacks in this country ever achieve full social and economic equality?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

17.

Ever been married

QY2. Have you ever been married?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

18.

Education level

QY3. What is the highest grade of school or year of college you have completed?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

19.

Employment status

QY4. We'd like to know if you are working now, temporarily laid off, or are you unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student or what? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

20.

Family income

QY6. Which of the following income groups includes the income of a11 members of your family living here in 1995 before taxes? This figure should include salaries, wages, pensions, dividends, interest, and all other income. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

21.

Home ownership

QY10. (Do you/does your family) own your home, pay rent, or what?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

22.

Respondent's Zip Code

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

23.

Remember if voted for...

QA4. In 1992, George Bush ran on the Republican ticket against the Independent Ross Perot, and against Bill Clinton for the Democrats. Do you remember for sure whether or not you voted in that election? ... (view details)

QA4A. Which one did you vote for?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

24.

Better with budget deficit

For each of the following issues, please tell me which presidential candidate would do a better job handling it as President-- (ROTATE: Bill Clinton or Bob Dole) or if there is no difference between them. ... (view details)

QHl. HANDLING THE BUDGET DEFICIT

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

25.

Better improving public education

For each of the following issues, please tell me which presidential candidate would do a better job handling it as President-- (ROTATE: Bill Clinton or Bob Dole) or if there is no difference between them. ... (view details)

QH2. IMPROVING PUBLIC EDUCATION

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

26.

Better reducing special interests

For each of the following issues, please tell me which presidential candidate would do a better job handling it as President-- (ROTATE: Bill Clinton or Bob Dole) or if there is no difference between them. ... (view details)

QH3. REDUCING THE POWER OF SPECIAL INTERESTS IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

27.

Better improving race relations

For each of the following issues, please tell me which presidential candidate would do a better job handling it as President-- (ROTATE: Bill Clinton or Bob Dole) or if there is no difference between them. ... (view details)

QH4. IMPROVING RACE RELATIONS

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

28.

Better handling poverty

For each of the following issues, please tell me which presidential candidate would do a better job handling it as President-- (ROTATE: Bill Clinton or Bob Dole) or if there is no difference between them. ... (view details)

QH5. HANDLING THE PROBLEM OF POVERTY

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

29.

Better dealing with crime

For each of the following issues, please tell me which presidential candidate would do a better job handling it as President-- (ROTATE: Bill Clinton or Bob Dole) or if there is no difference between them. ... (view details)

QH6. DEALING WITH THE CRIME PROBLEM

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

30.

More likely to raise taxes

QH7. Which presidential candidate is more likely to raise taxes-- Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, or wouldn't there be any difference between them? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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More likely to cut Social Security

QH8. Which presidential candidate is more likely to cut social security benefits-- Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, or wouldn't there be any difference between them? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

32.

Address to verify and send results

QYl2. These are a11 the questions we have. Thank you very much for your time and your he1p with our research. My office may wish to get in touch with you to verify this interview. We would also like to send you a report of our survey resul... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

33.

Attention to political campaigns

QA1 Some people don't pay much attention to political campaigns. How about you? Would you say that you have been very much interested, somewhat interested, or not much interested in following the political campaigns this year? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

34.

Financial status from one year ago

QEl. We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you (and others in your household) are better off or worse off financially than you were a year ago? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

35.

Economic position of Blacks vs whites

QE2. On the whole, would you say that the economic position of Blacks is better, about the same, or worse than whites?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

36.

Nation's economy in past year

QE3. How about the economy? Would you say that over the past year the nation's economy has gotten better, stayed about the same, or gotten worse? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

37.

More liberal or conservative

QGl. In general, when it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as a liberal, a conservative, a moderate or what?

QGlC. Do you think of yourself as more like a liberal or more like a conservative?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

38.

Rep's support of Clinton - half/not sure

QN4. How often has Representative [RESTORE NAME FROM GRID] supported President Clinton's legislative proposals? More than half the time, half, less than half the time, or are you not sure? ... (view details)

QN4C. What would be your best guess--more than half the time, half the time, or less than half the time?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

39.

Rep's cares about...

QN9. Generally speaking, do you think [RESTORE REP. NAME FROM GRID] cares more about solving the problems that face people in your district, or more about gaining prestige and influence for (himself/herself) in Washington? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

40.

Rep's most important job

QP1. Here is a list of some activities that occupy Representatives as par: of their job. We want to know which of the following three activities you think is most important: (1) helping people in the district who have persona1 problem with... (view details)

QPlA. Which would you say is most important?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

41.

Rep's second most important job

QP1. Here is a list of some activities that occupy Representatives as par: of their job. We want to know which of the following three activities you think is most important: (1) helping people in the district who have persona1 problem with... (view details)

QPlB. Which of the remaining two activities would you say is next important as part of the Representative's job?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

42.

Better at handling economy

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5A. . . ..HANDLING THE NATION'S ECONOMY

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

43.

Handling foreign affairs

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5B. . ..HANDLING FOREIGN AFFAIRS?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

44.

Making health care more affordable

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5C. MAKING HEALTH CARE MORE AFFORDABLE?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

45.

Improving race relations

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5D. IMPROVING RACE RELATIONS?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

46.

Reforming welfare system

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5E. REFORMING THE WELFARE SYSTEM?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

47.

Handling poverty

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5F. HANDLING THE PROBLEM OF POVERTY?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

48.

Handling budget deficit

QS5. For each of the following issues, please tel1 me which party you think would do a better job of...(the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them?) ... (view details)

QS5G. HANDLING THE BUDGET DEFICIT?

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

49.

More likely to cut Social Security

QS6A. Which party is most likely to cut Social Security benefits--the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

50.

More likely to raise taxes

QS6B. Which party is most likely to raise taxes--the Democrats, the Republicans, or wouldn't there be much difference between them? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Black Election Study, 1996 .

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