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1.

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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2.

Respondent #

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
3.

WEIGHT

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
4.

8 digit date YYYYMMDD

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
5.

FIPS County

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
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6.

CENSUS DIVISION

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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7.

CENSUS REGION

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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8.

Designated Market Area

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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9.

TIME ZONE

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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10.

TIMES TRIED

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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ZIP CODE

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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12.

Nielsen County Size

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
13.

Urban, Suburban, Rural

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
14.

Metropolitan Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
15.

Nielsen Scantrack Market

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
16.

FIPS STATE NUMBER

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
17.

MSA Flag

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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18.

Percent Black

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
19.

Percent Asian

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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20.

Percent Hispanic

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
21.

Congressional District

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
22.

RDD Block Count

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
23.

Combined Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
24.

Core Based Statistical Area

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
25.

CBSA Type: M=Metropolitan, C=Micropolitan

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
26.

Metropolitan Division

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
27.

GENDER ASKED FOR AT INTRO

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
28.

Comptype (1=Long, 2=Short)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
29.

Maryland Region

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
30.

RDD = 0, Oversample = 1

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
31.

Q.1 Do you happen to be registered to vote in the state of Maryland, or haven't you had time to register yet?

Do you happen to be registered to vote in the state of Maryland, or haven't you had time to register yet?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
32.

Q.2 Are you registered as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an Independent or something else?

Are you registered as a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent or something else?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
33.

Q.3 How interested are you in this year's political races in Maryland: very interested, fairly interested, not too interested, or not interested at all?

How interested are you in this year's political races in Maryland: very interested, fairly interested, not too interested, or not interested at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.4 This year's Democratic primary election for governor and for U.S. Senate will be held on September 12th. I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the Democratic primary election in Maryland this fall. Are you:

[ASK IF Q2=1, Registered Democrats:] This year's Democratic primary election for governor and for U.S. Senate will be held on September 12th. I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the Democratic primary election in Maryland this fal... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.5 As you may know, the candidates running in the Democratic primary for GOVERNOR include ...... Suppose the election was held today, would you vote for .....?

As you may know, the candidates running in the Democratic primary for GOVERNOR include Martin O'Malley and Doug Duncan. Suppose the election was held today. Would you vote for .....? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.5a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
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Q.6 The candidates running in the Democratic primary for U.S. SENATOR include ..... Suppose the election was held today, for whom would you vote?

[ASK IF Q2=1, Registered Democrats:] The candidates running in the Democratic primary for U.S. SENATOR include Kweisi Mfume [Kwah-EE-see Oom-FOO-may], Ben Cardin, Josh Rales, Allan Lichtman, A. Robert Kauffman and Dennis Rasmussen. Suppose the elect... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
38.

Q.6a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
39.

Q6NET

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.7 I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the 2006 statewide elections for governor and U.S. Senator this November: Are you:

[IF Q2=1, Registered Democrats, READ THIS INTRO:] Now I'd like you to think about the general election, when the Democratic primary winners will run against Republican candidates. [READ FOR ALL OTHERS:] I'd like you to rate the chances that you wil... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.8 If the candidates in the race for governor were ..... for whom would you vote?

If the candidates in the race for governor were Bob Ehrlich (UR-LICK), the Republican, and Martin O'Malley, the Democrat, for whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
42.

Q.8a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
43.

Q8NET

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
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Q.9 If the candidates in the race for governor were ..... for whom would you vote?

If the candidates in the race for governor were Bob Ehrlich, the Republican, and Doug Duncan, the Democrat, for whom would you vote?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
45.

Q.9a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
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Q.10 If the candidates in the race for Senate were .....for whom would you vote?

How about the race for Maryland's U.S. Senate seat? If the candidates in the race for Senate were Kweisi Mfume [Kwah-EE-see Oom-FOO-may], the Democrat, and Michael Steele, the Republican, for whom would you vote? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.10a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


Name
Label/Question
48.

Q10NET

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Q.11 If the candidates in the race for Senate were .....for whom would you vote?

If the candidates in the race for Senate were Ben Cardin, the Democrat, and Michael Steele, the Republican, for whom would you vote?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.


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Label/Question
50.

Q.11a Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Taken from: Washington Post Maryland Elections Poll, June 2006.

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