|Title:||Los Angeles Times Poll: California Presidential Primary Exit Poll [USLAT2004-500]|
|Survey Firm:||Los Angeles Times|
|Study Date:||March 2, 2004|
|Sample:||California Primary Voters|
|Survey Notes:||There are separate weights for the Democratic and Republican party voters. Use WDOUTCOM Cols. 121-127 (xxxxx.xx) for the Democratic Party and use WROUTCOM 128-134 (xxxxx.xx) for the Republican Party.|
Which primary did respondent just vote in (1); voted for Howard Dean/John Edwards/John Kerry/Dennis Kucinich/Al Sharpton/someone else/did not vote in Democratic primary (1); voted yes/no on Proposition 55: Public Education Facilities Bond (1); voted yes/no on Proposition 56: Pass Budget with 55% of Vote (1); voted yes/no on Proposition 57: Economic Recovery Act (1); voted yes/no on Proposition 58: Balanced Budget Act (1); what did respondent like most about candidate he/she More...
Columns 1-7 (xxxxx.xx) See note -- Varname: WTVAR
The study dataset(s) contain weight factors that should be employed in any data analysis. Typically weights are used in an attempt to assure that the survey sample more accurately represents the population.
|Usage Note:||Use the SPSS generated column guide after the methodology page if you are using the ASCII data (lat500.dat) -- not the columns listed in the codebook.|
Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times Poll: California Presidential Primary Exit Poll, Mar, 2004 [dataset]. USLAT2004-500, Version 2. Los Angeles Times [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-22-2018.
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