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The Resource National Survey of Callers to the Perot 1-800 Numbers, 1992

National Survey of Callers to the Perot 1-800 Numbers, 1992

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National Survey of Callers to the Perot 1-800 Numbers, 1992
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National Survey of Callers to the Perot 1-800 Numbers, 1992
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This survey of a national sample of callers to the H. Ross Perot 1-800-number telephone bank queried respondents regarding the 1992 presidential campaign and election, their level of involvement in candidate campaigns, and their stance on a range of political and social issues. The data were collected in two waves, with the first survey fielded in early September 1992, after Perot had dropped out of the presidential race on July 16, 1992, and the second survey fielded following the November 3, 1992, presidential and general election. A series of questions addressed the current and former campaigns of President George Bush, Vice President Dan Quayle, Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, Tennessee Senator Al Gore, Reform Party founder Ross Perot, retired Vice Admiral James Stockdale, conservative commentator Pat Buchanan, Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey, former California Governor Jerry Brown, former Massachusetts Senator Paul Tsongas, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Iowa Senator Tom Harkin, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, and Texas Senator Lloyd Bentsen. Respondents were asked for their overall opinions of each of these candidates. They were also asked whether they had in the past or would in the future actively campaign for the candidates, make financial contributions to their campaign funds, and/or encourage others to volunteer for the campaigns. Respondents' views were also sought on abortion, affirmative action, national health insurance, a balanced budget, limits on foreign imports, government regulation of pollution, decreased United States involvement in foreign affairs, term limits, a federal gas tax, and Social Security benefits. Respondents surveyed after the November election were asked additional questions regarding voter choice and and the outcome of the general election. Background information on respondents includes age, sex, race, political party, political orientation, religion, education, family income, military service record, marital status, employment status, spouse's employment status, age of children in household, and interest group membership
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Rapoport, Ronald B
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Stone, Walter J.
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National Survey of Callers to the Perot 1-800 Numbers, 1992
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  • 1992
  • 2809
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ICPSR02809.v1
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National Survey of Callers to the Perot 1-800 Numbers, 1992
Publication
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  • 1992
  • 2809
Control code
ICPSR02809.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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