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Title: Gallup Poll # 1943-0306: Civil Service/World War II/1944 Presidential Election/Movies      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USAIPO1943-0306
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USAIPO1943-0306
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Favor/do not favor drafting single women between ages of twenty-one and thirty-five to serve in WACS, WAVES or other similar branches of armed services (1); think Republicans/Democrats will win presidential election next year (2); what does respondent like least today about the way the Roosevelt administration is handling things (1); respondent's election district (3); last time voted in any district (1); smallest amount per week a family of four could get along on after the war if prices go back to where they were before the war (1); how much money does respondent's family spend on food each week (1); first big purchases respondent plans to make after war is over (1); which one man would like to see as next President of the United States (1); would prefer Dewey/Willkie as Republican candidate for president (1); Governor Dewey vs. Roosevelt (1); Willkie vs. Roosevelt (1); meeting of England, Russia, China and United States in Moscow (3); what should we do with Germany as a country after the war (1); all labor unions should/should not be required to register with federal government and report amount of money they take in and spend each year (1); 1942 election for Congressman (2); 1940 presidential election (2); full length movies by Walt Disney (1); how often go to movies (2); General Mark Clark (1); General Jan Van Dyke (1); General Ira Eaker (1); chief cash crop/product (2); approve/disapprove of government ceilings on farm products (1); farm subsidies (2); would prefer the army draft 300,000 single women aged twenty-one to thirty-five/300,000 married men with families for the WACS for non-fighting jobs (1); would be likely to vote for/against Roosevelt next year if war with Germany is over but not war with Japan (1); what does respondent dislike most today about the way the Roosevelt administration is handling things (1); cooperation from Russia after the war is over (2).
description:
Gallup Organization, 2007, "Gallup Poll # 1943-0306: Civil Service/World War II/1944 Presidential Election/Movies"
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