|Title:||Roper Fortune # 2: General/Buying/Politics [USRFOR1938-002]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Fortune Magazine|
|Survey Firm:||The Roper Organization|
|Study Date:||August 1, 1938|
Movies (2); go to movies vs. listen to the radio (1); television (1); door-to-door salesmen (3); attend fairs (1); investments (4); hostility towards Jews (1); morals better or worse today (1); political parties (2); support President Franklin D. Roosevelt (1); feelings toward President Roosevelt (5); federal spending (1); James Roosevelt job performance (1); LaFollette's party (3); political leaders ideology (11); liberalism (1); House vs. Senate (1); Congressional voting More...
|Usage Note:||This dataset has been converted from column binary. Do not use column locations on the questionnaire as they refer to the column binary file. Please refer to the ASCII data locations (found in the documentation PDF) instead. For multiple response items, 1=Item Chosen and 0=Not Chosen. Verification of frequencies has been made against public record. Refer to this article for a full explanation of the Economic Level variable: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2744643.|
Fortune Magazine. Roper Fortune # 2: General/Buying/Politics, Aug, 1938 [dataset]. USRFOR1938-002, Version 3. The Roper Organization [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Nov-20-2018.
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