|Title:||CBS News Poll: Alabama Election Day Survey [USCBS1984-STELEC-AL]|
|Survey Firm:||CBS News|
|Study Date:||November 6, 1984|
|Sample:||Exiting Voters in Alabama|
Voted for Mondale/Ferraro or Reagan/Bush for president (1); main reasons for choice for president (2); quality of presidential candidates (1); voted for Howell Heflin/Albert Lee Smith for U.S. Senator (1); main reasons for choice for U.S. Senate (2); favor/oppose a Constitutional amendment that would make all abortions illegal (1); do/do not think presidential choice will win (1); did/did not vote for the first time in 1984 (1); preferred Walter Mondale/Gary Hart/Jesse Jackson/someone More...
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CBS News. CBS News Poll: Alabama Election Day Survey, Nov, 1984 [dataset]. USCBS1984-STELEC-AL, Version 0. CBS News [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Aug-21-2018.
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