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Title: National Survey, October 1982      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USCBSNYT1982-OCT
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USCBSNYT1982-OCT
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Voter registration in residence area; choice of candidate for 1982 Congressional election; reasons for candidate vote; vote in 1980 Presidential election and 1978 Congressional elections; attention paid to local campaigns; chances of voting in 1982 Congressional elections; Reagan's job performance; likes and dislikes of Reagan; Reagan's handling of foreign policy and the national economy; most important problem facing country today; political party best able to handle most important national problem; political party best able to: handle inflation and unemployment, create a fair budget, keep us out of war, make the right decision about Social Security; Congress' job performance; likelihood of voting for a Congressional candidate who would keep inflation down vs. reduce unemployment or help citizens with governmental problems vs. work in Congress on bills of national interest; importance of a single issue in voting decision; Reagan as a factor in gubernatorial/Congressional vote; effects of Reagan's economic program on personal and national situation; length of time before Reagan's economic program succeeds; state of national economy as compared to a year ago; effects of a Republican defeat in Congress on economic situation; support of abortion rights; rate of inflation as compared to a year ago; reasons for its decrease of inflation; interiors rate on purchases as compared to a year ago and reason for possible decrease; unemployment rate as compared to a year ago; responsibility for unemployment: Reagan administration vs. past Democratic policies; future effects of Reagan's economic pollicies on unemployment; necessity of increasing unemployment for control of inflation; responsibility for solving unemployment: Reagan vs. Democrats in Congress; state of stock market and reasons for movement; attitude toward Reagan's economic policies; attitude towards Reagan as an individual and as a strong leader; support of law requiring that 50% of foreign cars sold in U.S. be manufactured in U.S.; degree of district campaigning for Congress compared to past years; personal attention paid to advertising on radio and televisi on; campaign literature received in mail; party vote in 1980 Congressional elections; hypothetical vote in repeat 1980 Presidential election: Reagan vs. Carter vs. Anderson; area of residence same in past years; personal financial situation' past , present, and future
description:
CBS News and The New York Times, 2007, "National Survey, October 1982"
name:
CBS News and The New York Times
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997