|Title:||CBS News Poll: Oregon Election Day Survey [USCBS1986-STELEC-OR]|
|Survey Firm:||CBS News|
|Study Date:||November 4, 1986|
|Sample:||Exiting Voters in Oregon|
Vote in U.S. Senate/gubernatorial election(2); important issues/factors considered in U.S. Senate/gubernatorial election(6); national/state economy(3); vote on Measures 5 (to allow marijuana growing and possession for personal use), 6 (to prohibit state funds from being used to pay for abortions), and 14 (to prohibit the operation of nuclear power plants in Oregon until there is a permanent nuclear waste storage site)(3); vote in 1984 presidential election(1); Reagan's job More...
Card 1, cols. 75-80 (xxx.xxx)
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|Usage Note:||1. The punches in the "0" fields of most columns refer to missing data. The exiting voters did not always, for one reason or another, complete the entire questionnaire. 2. Card 1, cols. 68-74. Ignore the data in these columns. They were internal codes referring to congressional disctrict, party of incumbent, party of respondent. They were not double checked and not used by CBS.|
CBS News. CBS News Poll: Oregon Election Day Survey, Nov, 1986 [dataset]. USCBS1986-STELEC-OR, Version . CBS News [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed May-24-2018.
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