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Study Report

Study Number: LA-163-005-1-1-United States-ROPER-2004

Subject Area: Public Opinion on Political Matters, Political Participation

Bibliographic Citation: Gallup/CNN/USA Today poll # 2004-13: presidential election/Medicare prescription drug benefit/employment/death penalty [March 26-28, 2004].  [machine-readable data file] / Gallup Organization  [principal investigator(s)] / Storrs, CT: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research  [distributor].

Originating Archive Number: USAIPOCNUS2004-13

Date Accessioned: 7/12/2005

Number of Files Received: 5

Comments: Data file is in raw ASCII and SPSS portable format.

Access Status: Access limited to UW Campus

Date Ordered: 6/22/2005

Documentation: Codebook is in Microsoft Word and PDF format.

Abstract: This poll was conducted via telephone surveys on March 26-28, 2004. Its sample consists of 1,001 adults. There are 173 variables on topics such as: How much thought given to upcoming election for president (1); how often vote (1); plan/do not plan to vote in presidential election this November (2); John Kerry vs. George W. Bush (4); John Kerry vs. George W. Bush vs. Ralph Nader (2); enthusiasm about voting (1); George W. Bush job performance (5); country would be better off if Republicans/Democrats controlled Congress (1); opinion of some people in news (6); George W. Bush's political views (1); John Kerry's political views (1); think George W. Bush has/has not misled public for political reasons (1); think John Kerry has/has not changed positions on issues for political reasons (1); think federal income taxes would/would not go up if John Kerry were to win November election (1); charges made by former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke that U.S. government did not pay enough attention to threat of terrorism before 9/11 (2); Bush administration did/did not do all that could be expected to prevent 9/11 (1); Clinton administration did/did not do all that could be expected to prevent 9/11 (1); Bush administration should/should not have been able to prevent 9/11 (1); Bush administration is/is not covering up something about its handling of intelligence information concerning possible terrorist attacks before 9/11 (1); George W. Bush's actions concerning terrorism after 9/11 (1); preparation for a terrorist attack (3); new Medicare law (7); war in Iraq (2); economic issue of keeping American jobs from going overseas (2); cost of gasoline (4); respondent always/usually/sometimes/never works in an office (1); would/would not get overtime pay if worked more than forty hours in one week (1); death penalty (1); respondent is/is not a fan of professional baseball (1); steroid testing for major league baseball players (3); Barry Bonds has/has not probably used steroids (1); college basketball (2); movie called "Van Helsing" (2); respondent usually votes Republican/Democratic (1); the words "under God" in Pledge of Allegiance (3); respondent/any member of household has/has not ever served in U.S. military (1).

Media/File Reports:

7115 (CD-ROM)
7271 (CD-ROM)
7398 (CD-Rom)
7399 (CD-Rom)
9002 (USB Flask Drive)
9003 (USB Flask Drive)
9004 (SSCC network drive)