|Title:||CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Republican and Democratic Party Nominees/Pope Francis and the Catholic Church [USCBSNYT2015-0913]|
|Survey Sponsor:||CBS News and The New York Times|
|Survey Firm:||Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS)|
|Study Date:||September 9-13, 2015|
|Sample:||National adult, including 1021 registered voters|
2016 Presidential campaign (1); Republican Party nominees (6); Democratic Party nominees (6); Donald Trump (4); Hillary Clinton (4); Hillary Clinton's usage of personal email (2); Joe Biden (4); Ben Carson (3); Jeb Bush (3); Bernie Sanders (3); abortion, death penalty, same-sex marriage and global warming (4); illegal immigrants in the U.S. (2); Pope Francis and the Catholic Church (6); Catholic Church in the United States (3); being a good Catholic (2); opinion of Catholic More...
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CBS News and The New York Times. CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Republican and Democratic Party Nominees/Pope Francis and the Catholic Church, Sep, 2015 [dataset]. USCBSNYT2015-0913, Version 3. Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Sep-22-2018.
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