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Title: Gallup Poll # 1946-0364: Military/Employment Strikes/Price Ceiling Law/Palestine      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USAIPO1946-0364
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USAIPO1946-0364
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Complaints of men in armed forces that they are not being let out fast enough (3); men in army should be released faster than they are/are being released fast enough (1); handling of strike problem (4); present General Motors strike (1); meat packing industry strikes (1); would favor/oppose 30- day cooling off period before a major strike could start (2); how much pay should single U.S. Army privates get (1); Chester W. Nimitz (1); Lester Gaylord (1); present price ceiling law should be continued/ should end in June (1); idea of giving up present Republican and Democratic parties and having two new parties--one for liberals and one for conservatives (2); what respondent considers to be a liberal in politics (1); what man would like to see elected president of U.S. in 1948 (1); President Truman job performance (1); would/would not vote for Truman if he is a candidate for president in 1948 (1); would vote for Republican/Democrat/other candidate if voting for Congress today (2); disorders in Palestine (3); do/do not believe any nation[s] would like to dominate or run the world (1); smallest amount of money a family of four needs each week to get along on in this community (2); 1944 presidential election (1); served in armed forces in the war just ended (2); steel industry strikes (1); electrical industry strikes (1); agree/disagree with President Truman that there should be a fact- finding board to study facts in a labor dispute (1); a fact-finding board should/should not be allowed to look into the company's books and examine their profits (1); do/do not know who head of OPA in Washington, DC is (1); would/would not make much difference to respondent if unable to vote in coming congressional elections (1); do/ do not vote in every state and national election (1); any member of immediate family in armed forces now (2).
description:
Gallup Organization, 2007, "Gallup Poll # 1946-0364: Military/Employment Strikes/Price Ceiling Law/Palestine"
name:
Gallup Organization
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997