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Title: Gallup Poll # 1940-0198: Political Parties/War in Europe/Presidential Election      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USAIPO1940-0198
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USAIPO1940-0198
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Every able-bodied young man twenty years old should/should not be made to serve in armed services for one year (2); Republicans/Democrats would do a better job of strengthening our country's national defenses (1); think United States will go into/stay out of war in Europe sometime before it is over (1); approve/disapprove of President Roosevelt taking action to make it possible for England and France to buy some airplanes that were being used by our army and navy (1); think Germany and Italy/England and France will win the war (1); English and French refugees (2); would favor/oppose drafting men until we have 400,000 men in regular army (1); United States should/should not declare war on Germany and Italy (2); would/would not be personally affected if Germany defeats England and France (2); whom would like to see elected president this year (2); would prefer to see Republicans/Democrats win presidential election this year (1); Wendell Willkie vs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1); Thomas Dewey vs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1); Senator Robert Taft vs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1); Herbert Hoover vs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1); 1936 presidential election (2); personal expenses (2); what should United States do about helping England and France (1); would be most likely to vote for the candidate of Republican/Democratic/other party if voting for Congressman today (1).
description:
Gallup Organization, 2007, "Gallup Poll # 1940-0198: Political Parties/War in Europe/Presidential Election"
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