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Dataset Abstract

Title: ABC News Poll: Ohio Primary Exit Poll, 1980 [USABC1980-STPRIM-OH]
Survey Sponsor: ABC News
Survey Firm: Chilton Research Services
Study Date: June 3, 1980
Sample: Exiting Voters in Ohio
Sample Size: 1763
Variables: 37
Abstract: Republican primary voters (2); democratic primary voters (2); Ronald Reagan vs. Jimmy Carter vs. John Anderson (1); characteristics of chosen candidate (7); reasons why respondent chose candidate (7); most important aspects when deciding candidate (2); most important problems in U.S. (1); Jimmy Carter job performance (1); Partisan opinions (2); future presidency (1); 1980 primary election vote (1).

ABC News. ABC News Poll: Ohio Primary Exit Poll, 1980, Jun, 1980 [dataset]. USABC1980-STPRIM-OH, Version 1. Chilton Research Services [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Nov-20-2018.


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