|Title:||Los Angeles Times Poll: National and California General Election Exit Poll [USLAT2004-513]|
|Survey Firm:||Los Angeles Times|
|Study Date:||November 2, 2004|
|Sample:||National and California Exiting Voters|
|Survey Notes:||The California sample is 3,357 for 50 polling places across the state.|
For whom did respondent just vote in presidential election (2); vote was mainly for candidate/against his opponent (2); for whom did respondent just vote in election for U.S. senator (2); Proposition 68 (2); Proposition 70 (2); Proposition 71 (2); Proposition 72 (2); what did respondent like most about choice for president (8); when decided who to vote for (2); most important issues in deciding vote for president (8); direction of country (2); George W. Bush job performance More...
Columns 1-7 (xxxx.xxx) -- Varname: WTVAR
The study dataset(s) contain weight factors that should be employed in any data analysis. Typically weights are used in an attempt to assure that the survey sample more accurately represents the population.
|Usage Note:||For the California sample, use the weight located in Columns 131-137 (xxxx.xxx) -- Varname: WCAOUT.|
Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times Poll: National and California General Election Exit Poll, Nov, 2004 [dataset]. USLAT2004-513. Los Angeles Times [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Dec-6-2016.
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