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Title: Gallup Poll # 1943-0307: Food Shortages/Roosevelt/Wages/1944 Presidential Election/Political Leaders/Bible      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USAIPO1943-0307
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USAIPO1943-0307
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Rationed food products (2); the way Roosevelt administration is handling things (2); would/would not favor adding a law to Constitution to prevent any future president of United States from being re-elected if he has already served two terms (1); would rather get higher wage or salary and pay higher prices/keep present wage or salary and have prices stay where they are now (1); would approve/disapprove of having members of Cabinet appear before Congress upon request to answer questions or explain what their departments are doing (1); which one man would like to see as next president of United States (1); President of Harvard James Conant (2); respondent's election district (3); want to see Republican/Democratic party win presidential election next year (1); friends/relatives who have changed their views about Roosevelt since 1940 (2); both Republicans and Democrats should/should not take exactly the same stand for an active part in world affairs in their party platforms next year (1); farm subsidies (3); 1942 election for Congressman (2); 1940 presidential election (2); the Bible (5); in what country was father born (1); in what country was father's father born (1); respondent does/does not own a tractor (1); how far does respondent live from nearest grocery store (1); would/would not favor changing term of office of President of United States hereafter to one six-year term with no re-election (1); government should/should not let wages and prices keep on rising (1); approve/disapprove of having heads of government departments and agencies appear before Congress upon request to answer questions about what their departments are doing (1); shipbuilder Henry Kaiser (2); Frank Sinatra (3); friend/relative whose views on politics respondent respects highly (2); would approve/ disapprove if both the Republican and Democratic parties agree to name Cordell Hull Secretary of State again after next election (1).
description:
Gallup Organization, 2007, "Gallup Poll # 1943-0307: Food Shortages/Roosevelt/Wages/1944 Presidential Election/Political Leaders/Bible"
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