|Title:||USA Today/Gallup Poll: June Wave 1--Government/Immigration/Gulf Oil Spill [USAIPOUSA2010-08]|
|Survey Sponsor:||USA Today|
|Survey Firm:||Gallup Organization|
|Study Date:||June 11-13, 2010|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use TYPE in column 117, where 1=landline and 2=cellular. There are 4 forms for this study: Located in column 37, Form A=1; Form B=2. Located in column 36, Form C=1; Form D=2.|
Barack Obama job performance (1); Congressional job performance (1); direction of the country (1); most important problem (3); employment opportunities (1); patriotism (1); Congressional party performance (2); thoughts about elections (1); voter participation (1); voter intention (2); congressional party preference (2); voter enthusiasm (1); politicians deserving re-election (6); future threats (10); government involvement (1); government favoring values (1); government More...
Columns 7-10 (xx.xx) -- Varname: WTFCTR
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USA Today. USA Today/Gallup Poll: June Wave 1--Government/Immigration/Gulf Oil Spill, Jun, 2010 [dataset]. USAIPOUSA2010-08, Version 2. Gallup Organization [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Mar-28-2017.
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