|Title:||Voter News Service National Exit Poll, 1996 [USVNS1996-NATELEC]|
|Survey Firm:||Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.)|
|Study Date:||November 5, 1996|
|Sample:||Registered Voters Leaving Voting Booths in the U.S.|
President vote (1); most important issue (1); most important quality (1); Senate vote (1); House vote (1); condition of economy (1); Congressional job performance (1); when vote was decided (1); character vs issues (1); Bill Clinton's second term feeling (1); work full time (1); first time voter (1); Clinton's honesty (1); religious right (1); 1992 election (1); religious preference (1); personal financial situation (1); reduce federal deficit and cut taxes (1); life of More...
Columns 75-80 (xxx.xxx) -- Varname: WEIGHT
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:||Read all documentation before running data. A blank always represents an omit or non-response. Numerical values for the PRECINCT variable do not correspond with actual precinct numbers. Data labels for this variable have been removed to ensure respondent confidentiality.|
Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.). Voter News Service National Exit Poll, 1996, Nov, 1996 [dataset]. USVNS1996-NATELEC, Version 4. Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Apr-9-2020.
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