Principal Investigator(s): National Opinion Research Center
Summary: This study, conducted November 1-10, 1947, interviewed respondents about their party identification, 1948 voting intentions, issue positions, and major personal problems of the immediate past or anticipated in the near future. The respondents' perceptions of President Harry Truman's stand on specific issues and their own opinions were also assessed. In addition, respondents evaluated Truman's general performance as president and his relationship to certain groups. Open-ended quest... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07211.v2
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