|Title:||Los Angeles Times Poll # 2000-435: New Hampshire Primary Exit Poll [USLAT2000-435]|
|Survey Firm:||Los Angeles Times|
|Study Date:||February 1, 2000|
|Sample:||New Hampshire Primary Election Voters|
|Survey Notes:||The sample includes 1,510 Democrats & 2,232 Republican voters.|
Vote in Republican/Democratic primary (3); 2000 New Hampshire presidential primary (1); 2000 Republican presidential primary (1); vote for same candidate in primary and election (1); best characteristic of candidate (1); most important issue in the presidential primary (2); direction of the country (1); Bill Clinton job performance (2); economy (1); better/worse off than four years ago (1); federal budget surplus (1); registration of all handguns (1); gays in the military More...
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|Usage Note:||There are two separate codebooks for this study: 1) Democrats and 2) Republicans. For Democrats, Select Card 1; Column 18=1; Republicans=2. Weights for the Democratic sample are located in Card 1; Columns 71-75 (xx.xxx) and Republicans in Card 2; Columns 8-12 (xx.xxx). Some questions, which use only 1 column for data, allow legitimate punches for 10 & 11. Some questions, which use only 1 column for data, allow legitimate punches for 10 & 11. Some questions, which use only 1 column for data, allow legitimate punches for 10 & 11.|
Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times Poll # 2000-435: New Hampshire Primary Exit Poll, Feb, 2000 [dataset]. USLAT2000-435, Version 3. Los Angeles Times [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Aug-17-2018.
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