|Title:||Voter News Service National Election Day Exit Poll, 1994 [USVNS1994-NATELEC]|
|Survey Firm:||Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.)|
|Study Date:||November 8, 1994|
|Sample:||Registered Voters Leaving Voting Booths in the U.S.|
|Abstract:||Vote for Governor (1); vote for US Senator (1); vote for US Representative (2); trust in government (1); Bill Clinton job performance (2); national economy (1); Religious Right (1); US-Haiti policy (1); Ross Perot (1); Congress (2); 1996 presidential election (2); US-Iraq policy (1).|
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Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.). Voter News Service National Election Day Exit Poll, 1994, Nov, 1994 [dataset]. USVNS1994-NATELEC. Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Aug-18-2018.
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