|Title:||CBS News/New York Times Poll: Florida Primary Exit Poll [USCBSNYT1976-STPRIM-FL]|
|Survey Firm:||CBS News and The New York Times|
|Study Date:||March 9, 1976|
|Sample:||Exiting Voters in Florida|
Who voted for in presidential primary (2); why voted for candidate today (4); economy (1); who would have been second choice today (1); would/would not have voted for Humphrey if he'd been on the ballot today (1); chance candidate respondent voted for has of being elected president (1); Gerald Ford job performance (1); 1972 presidential election (1); agree/disagree with certain statements (12); candidate respondent voted for today is more of a liberal/moderate/conservative More...
Cols. 9-13 (xx.xxx)
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CBS News and The New York Times. CBS News/New York Times Poll: Florida Primary Exit Poll, Mar, 1976 [dataset]. USCBSNYT1976-STPRIM-FL, Version 2. CBS News and The New York Times [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Dec-11-2017.
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