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ABC News West Germany Poll, May 1989

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ABC News West Germany Poll, May 1989
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ABC News West Germany Poll, May 1989
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This survey of West German respondents elicited their opinions on West Germany and its relationship with the United States and other countries. Topics covered include the respondent's view of Helmut Kohl's handling of his job as chancellor of West Germany, impressions of political leaders, the political leader most interested in arms control, and Gorbachev's motives in relationships with western countries. In addition, respondents were asked which countries they thought were working for peace, which countries were more involved in unrest, and which countries were friends to West Germany. They also were queried about whether there was a need to change West Germany's foreign policy, whether the Soviets should reduce their conventional forces in Europe, whether NATO was necessary for the defense of Western Europe, and whether the cold war between West and East was coming to an end. Views on the United States' short-range nuclear weapons and on American troops in West Germany also were included. Background information on respondents includes region and age
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ABC News West Germany Poll, May 1989
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  • 1989-05-12--1989-05-22
  • 9248
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ICPSR09248.v1
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ABC News West Germany Poll, May 1989
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  • 1989-05-12--1989-05-22
  • 9248
Control code
ICPSR09248.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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