|Title:||Pew Hispanic Center Poll: 2012 National Survey of Latinos [USPEW2012-NSL]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Pew Hispanic Center|
|Survey Firm:||Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS)|
|Study Date:||September 7-October 4, 2012|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMPLE31 in column 275, where 1=landline and 2=cellular.|
Preferred term of Hispanic or Latino (1); family heritage (1); country born in (2); years living in United States (1); country parents born in (2); US citizenship (2); satisfaction with direction of country (1); thoughts toward presidential election (1); presidential candidate preferences (2); voter participation (2); Hispanic vote impact on election (1); party more concerned for Hispanics (1); importance of various election issues (6); photo ID needed to vote (2); support More...
Columns 265-270 (xx.xxxx) -- Varname: WEIGHT
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Pew Hispanic Center. Pew Hispanic Center Poll: 2012 National Survey of Latinos, Sep, 2012 [dataset]. USPEW2012-NSL, Version 2. Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Mar-19-2018.
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