|Title:||Mitofsky International Poll # 1994-STELEC-NJ: New Jersey State Election Exit [USMI1994-STELEC-NJ]|
|Survey Firm:||Mitofsky International|
|Study Date:||November 8, 1994|
|Sample:||Registered Voters Leaving Voting Booths in New Jersey|
|Abstract:||U.S. Senate vote(5); Christine Todd Whitman job performance(1); standard of living(1); Clinton job performance(1); 1992 Presidential election(1); party affiliation(2); opinion of candidates favoring stricter punishment(1); direction of state(1); 1988 election for U.S. Senate(1); taxes and state services(1).|
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:||There are two weights in this dataset: 1) Weight 1 (cols. 19-24) which should be used for tabulations that do not involve vote for house, senate, or governor questions, and 2) Weight 2 (cols. 25-30) which should be used for all questions involving state voting.|
Mitofsky International. Mitofsky International Poll # 1994-STELEC-NJ: New Jersey State Election Exit, Nov, 1994 [dataset]. USMI1994-STELEC-NJ. Mitofsky International [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Dec-10-2018.
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