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Title: Los Angeles Times Poll: The Economy and Domestic Policies      
dateReleased:
08-23-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USLAT1982-059
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USLAT1982-059
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: Ronald Reagan's job performance in general; state of national economy; personal financial situation: past, present and future; present and future job availability and business conditions in residence area; requirement of a balanced national budget vs. credit for government programs; Reagan job performance regarding: domestic spending, military escalation, tax increases, unemployment, inflation, balanced budget, the economy; most important problem facing country today: unemployment, interest rates, inflation; alternatives to stimulate economy: reduce/raise taxes; support of new tax increase; increase/decrease in inflation and interest rates; alternatives for promoting national economic recovery: lower interest rates, decrease inflation, lower taxes, create more jobs or balance the budget; time needed for Presidential policies to work; impressions on deregulation of: gas and oil prices, environment, industrial safety, auto emissions and safety standards, development of federal lands; President Reagan's report card; personal sympathies with Israel vs. Arab nations; media's treatment of Israeli situation; support of labor unions; information sources about economics; decrease in government support for various social programs; credit card ownership; support of a higher tax rate for wealthy citizen; vote in 1980 Presidential election; political ideology; choice of Democratic and Republican nominee for President in 1984; astrological sign; effect of Reagan's policies on national economy and personal finances; support of Reagan's policies: protection of Social Security system; Reagan's attitudes towards individual income groups plans for purchasing a house; home mortgage rates; personal investments; activities forgone as a result of economic conditions; personal use of government aid; Democrat's vs. Republican's performance in handling inflation and unemployment, making America prosperous, keeping America strong, reaching nuclear weapons limitations with Russia , keeping America at peace; political party preference; impressions of Reagan, his policies and advisors; Reagan's familiarity with problems; Reagan's personal qualities; political ideology; blame for economic conditions today; personal information on economy; U.S. favoritism: Israel vs. Arab nations; economic effects of a balanced federal budget; effects of U.S. quota restrictions on Foreign auto imports; control American money in circulation; national unemployment rate; prime rate at banks.
description:
Los Angeles Times, 2007, "Los Angeles Times Poll: The Economy and Domestic Policies"
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