|Title:||National Election Pool Poll # 2008-STPRIM-PRDM: Puerto Rico Democratic Primary Election Day Exit Poll [PRMI2008-STPRIM-PRDM]|
|Survey Sponsor:||National Election Pool (ABC News/Associated Press/CBS News/CNN/Fox News/NBC News)|
|Survey Firm:||Edison Media Research/Mitofsky International|
|Study Date:||June 1, 2008|
|Sample:||Exiting voters in Puerto Rico|
For whom did respondent vote in Democratic primary election (1); when decided who to vote for (1); most important issue facing country (1); living in the United States (1); opinion of Anibel Acevedo Vila (1); satisfaction/dissatisfaction depending on particular nominees (1); Puerto Rico as state/commonwealth/country (1); opinion of George W. Bush (1); opinion of Bill Clinton (1); rating importance of certain topics in primary vote (1); Hillary Clinton vs. John McCain (1); More...
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National Election Pool (ABC News/Associated Press/CBS News/CNN/Fox News/NBC News). National Election Pool Poll # 2008-STPRIM-PRDM: Puerto Rico Democratic Primary Election Day Exit Poll, Jun, 2008 [dataset]. PRMI2008-STPRIM-PRDM. Edison Media Research/Mitofsky International [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-18-2018.
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