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Title: Pew Research Center Poll: Year After 9/11      
dateReleased:
08-26-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USPEW2002-08
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USPEW2002-08
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Biggest personal effect on life in past year (3); direction of country (1); George W. Bush job performance (1); biggest effect on country in past year (3); what is important for President Bush to focus on (2); 9-11 compared to Pearl Harbor (1); 9-11 effect on respondent's thinking about politics and national issues (4); 9-11 emotional effect on respondent (1); whose actions were most inspiring after 9-11 attacks (1); how often think about 9-11 (1); personal life changed by 9-11 (4); life in America changed by 9-11 (4); U.S. policy with regard to war on terrorism (1); U.S. taking into account the interests of its allies/acting mainly on its own interests (1); best way for U.S. to avoid terrorism (1); major conflict with Islam/conflict with small radical group (1); grow into major world conflict (1); personal effects of 9/11 (8); respondents remember where they were/what they were doing the moment they heard about 9/11 attacks (1); know someone hurt/killed in attacks (1); lost job/pay cut as a result of attacks (1); called into military/National Guard service since attacks (1); moved/moving because of concerns about further acts of terrorism (1); in Manhattan/Washington on 9/11 (1); paid too much/too little/right amount of attention to 9/11 (1); military effort to destroy terrorist groups (2); government defending Americans from future terrorist attacks (1); building defenses at home/ military action to destroy terrorist networks should be higher priority (1); worried about future attacks (2); done things differently as a result of terrorist attacks (8); children and terrorism (3); live where terrorist attack is likely (1); local government job in preparing for possibility of terrorist attack (1); suspicious of people of Middle- Eastern descent since 9/11 (1); permanent memorial in community for victims of 9/11 (1); displays of patriotism in community (1); reducing threat of terrorist attacks on U.S. (9); military force to remove Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq (5); Congress role in deciding whether U.S. should use force to end rule of Saddam Hussein (1); occupy Iraq to keep civil order after an attack (1); quick/long war with Iraq (1); occupy Afghanistan to keep civil order (1); aid Afghanistan to help it recover from war (1); 9/11 attacks because of terrorists' religious or political beliefs (1); ability of terrorists to launch another major attack greater/same/less than one year ago (1); most likely kind of terrorist threat (1); who is most likely to commit another terrorist attack on U.S. (1); U.S. wrongdoing motivated attacks (1); favor/oppose measures to curb terrorism (8); Department of Homeland Security (3).
description:
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 2007, "Pew Research Center Poll: Year After 9/11"
name:
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997