|Title:||Pew Research Center: October 2016 Political Survey [USPEW2016-1025]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Pew Research Center for the People & the Press|
|Survey Firm:||Princeton Survey Research Associates International|
|Study Date:||October 20-25, 2016|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMPLE in column 7, where 1=landline and 2=cell phone. There are 2 forms for this study located in column 35. Form 1=1, Form 2=2.|
President Barack Obama job performance (1); direction of country (1); feelings about federal government (1); 2016 presidential election (3); registered to vote (2); likely vote (2); choosing between Hillary and Trump (8); Gary Johnson (1); Jill Stein (1); voting behavior (3); predicted candidate performance (1); will the country be the same regardless of who is elected (9); most important issues (1); opinion of Hillary Clinton (1); candidates understanding people's More...
Columns 261-265 (xx.xx) – Varname: WEIGHT
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Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. Pew Research Center: October 2016 Political Survey, Oct, 2016 [dataset]. USPEW2016-1025, Version 2. Princeton Survey Research Associates International [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Sep-23-2018.
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