|Title:||Roper Fortune # 60P1: Parties/Government Expenditure/Unions/Russia/Depression/Communists/Prejudice and Presidential Candidates [USRFOR1947-060P1]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Fortune Magazine|
|Survey Firm:||The Roper Organization|
|Study Date:||June 1-9, 1947|
Easier/harder for people around here to make a living now than it was before the war (1); would prefer lower prices/higher income if had to choose (1); Fall 1946 elections (2); how possible presidential candidates for 1948 would handle certain issues (7); Dewey vs. Saltonstall vs. Stassen vs. Taft vs. Vandenberg for Republican presidential candidate (4); would/would not be satisfied with Truman as Democratic presidential candidate (1); Truman vs. opponent (10); whom would More...
|Usage Note:||Refer to this article for a full explanation of the Economic Level variable: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2744643. This dataset was converted from Binary to ASCII. The variable cross-reference file (VXREF) describes the column changes.|
Fortune Magazine. Roper Fortune # 60P1: Parties/Government Expenditure/Unions/Russia/Depression/Communists/Prejudice and Presidential Candidates, Jun, 1947 [dataset]. USRFOR1947-060P1, Version 2. The Roper Organization [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Jun-25-2018.
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