|Title:||USIA Poll # I200140: El Salvador's Economic Situation/Politics/Osama bin Laden [ESUSIA2001-I200140]|
|Survey Sponsor:||United States Information Agency [USIA]|
|Survey Firm:||Consultoria Interdisciplinaria en Desarrollo S.A.-CID/Gallup|
|Study Date:||October, 2001|
|Abstract:||Politics (8); President Francisco Flores (5); most important problems facing the country (3); life in El Salvador (1); finances (1); economy (4); political/public leaders job performance (1); United States (1); Christmas (4); September 11th in the U.S. (6); FMLN (1); Presidential election (6); consumes alcohol (2); casinos (1); victim of crime (1); political parties (11); visit the U.S. (1); cellular phone (1); brands owned (1); food consumed most often (1); beneficial government programs (5).|
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United States Information Agency [USIA]. USIA Poll # I200140: El Salvador's Economic Situation/Politics/Osama bin Laden, Oct, 2001 [dataset]. ESUSIA2001-I200140, Version 2. Consultoria Interdisciplinaria en Desarrollo S.A.-CID/Gallup [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Dec-13-2017.
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