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The Resource ABC News/Washington Post South Carolina Primary Voter Poll, February 2000

ABC News/Washington Post South Carolina Primary Voter Poll, February 2000

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ABC News/Washington Post South Carolina Primary Voter Poll, February 2000
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ABC News/Washington Post South Carolina Primary Voter Poll, February 2000
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This special topic poll, fielded February 2, 2000, queried residents of South Carolina on the upcoming February 19, 2000, South Carolina Republican presidential primary. Respondents were asked how much attention they had paid to the South Carolina primary campaigns and whether they intended to vote in the primary. Those queried were asked for whom they intended to vote, given a choice among candidates Texas governor George W. Bush, publisher Steve Forbes, Arizona senator John McCain, and radio talk show host Alan Keyes. Respondents were asked if they were pleased with the choice of candidates for the primary, when they had made their electoral decision, and whether personal qualities or positions on specific issues were more important in choosing a candidate for president. Views were also sought on which of the following issues was most important in deciding whom to support in the primary: world affairs, campaign finance reform, abortion, Social Security/Medicare, moral values, taxes, or education. Respondents were asked if the following statements applied to Bush or McCain: typical politician, understands the average American, strong leader, experienced enough to be president, would bring needed change to Washington, DC, knowledgeable in world affairs, true conservative, inspiring, would be a good commander-in-chief, says what he thinks even though it may be unpopular, and capable of winning the November election. Additional topics covered what should be the highest priority for the next president, whether the Confederate flag should fly over the South Carolina state capitol building, and whether abortion should continue to be legal. Background information on respondents includes age, gender, education, political party, political orientation, Hispanic descent, voter registration and participation history, military service, Religious Right membership, and family income
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ABC News/Washington Post South Carolina Primary Voter Poll, February 2000
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  • 2000-02-02
  • 2968
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ICPSR02968.v1
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ABC News/Washington Post South Carolina Primary Voter Poll, February 2000
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  • 2000-02-02
  • 2968
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ICPSR02968.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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