|Title:||Los Angeles Times Poll: National Election Day Exit Poll, 1992 [USLAT1992-303]|
|Survey Firm:||Los Angeles Times|
|Study Date:||November 3, 1992|
|Sample:||Voters Leaving Voting Booths Nationwide including an oversample of voters in California and New York|
|Abstract:||Vote for president (1); vote for district representative (1); reasons for presidential choice (1); presidential vote without Ross Perot (1); personal characteristics of presidential choice (2); issues surrounding presidential choice (3); influences on presidential vote (3); direction of country (1); personal finances (1); vote in past elections (2); political ideology (1); party affiliation (1); union membership (1).|
Columns 59-64 (xxx.xxx) -- Varname: WEIGHT
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 71-76 (xxx.xxx) ¿ Varname: WCAEST. For the New York sample, use the weight located in Columns 65-70 (xxxx.xxx) ¿ Varname: WNYEST. 10 will correspond to 'X' in the data file and 11 will correspond to 'Y' in the data file.|
Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times Poll: National Election Day Exit Poll, 1992, Nov, 1992 [dataset]. USLAT1992-303, Version 5. Los Angeles Times [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-19-2018.
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