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Title: Los Angeles Times Poll # 1982-060: California Pre-Election      
dateReleased:
04-12-2008
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USLAT1982-060
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USLAT1982-060
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Choice for California gubernatorial candidate: Tom Bradley vs. George Deukmejian vs. Dan Dougherty vs. James Griffin vs. Elizabeth Martinez; choice for California senatorial candidate: Jerry Brown vs. Theresa Dietrich vs. Joseph Fuhrig vs. David Wald vs. Pete Wilson; certainty of voting for first choice; reasons for candidate choice: best for the job vs. best of worst; candidates most likely to be elected for California gubernatorial position and senatorial position; likelihood of voting in November; Reagan's Presidential and Brown's gubernatorial report cards; support for Proposition 11: The Beverage Container's Initiative; governor's role in eliminating neighborhood crime; support for Proposition 12: The Nuclear Weapons Initiative; hostility between northern and southern California; most influential city in California: Fresno vs. Los Angeles vs. Oakland vs. San Diego vs. San Francisco vs. San Jose; benefits of dividing California into two or more states; northern vs. southern California regarding living conditions, political disadvantages , quality and quantity of cultural advantages; support for Proposition 13: The Water Resources Initiative support for Reagan's economic policies; role of media in choice for political candidate; television commercials for gubernatorial senatorial candidates; support for Proposition 15: The Guns Initiative; most important issues facing country, California and neighborhood today: Crime, drugs, education, environment, inflation and unemployment; opinion polls' number one choice for California government and senator; race for governor/senator most important personally; most important issues in choice of candidate for governor/senator; government's treatment of minorities; media's treatment of Governor Jerry Brown; connections between Bradley/Brown and Deukmejian/Reagan; level of government best able to handle economy and crime; Bradley vs.. Deukmejian in Fighting crime and unemployment, holding down state spending, making better judicial appointments, being more conservative, dull; black public officials' treatment of black criminals; Brown vs. Wilson regarding Social Security and Jobs, administrative abilities, vacillating tendencies, an understanding of the average person's problems, nuclear disarmament, trustworthiness, job capabilities; Bradley as a crime fighter; impressions of Tom Bradley, Jerry Brown, Deukmejian, Ronald Reagan, Pete Wilson; citizen responsibility for voting; past business conditions; political views of Tom Bradley and Jerry Brown: which minority groups- Blacks, Italians, Japanese-Americans, Jews, Mexican-American-- have too much political power, are law abiding, prone to violence, likely to protect members of their own group; vote in 1980 Presidential elections, chances of voting in 1982 general election; personal involvement in election campaigning.
description:
Los Angeles Times, 2008, "Los Angeles Times Poll # 1982-060: California Pre-Election"
name:
Los Angeles 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