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Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Poll # 1978-78175L: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1978--Leaders (United States) [USAIPOSPGO1978-78175L]
Survey by The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. Conducted by Gallup Organization, field dates: November 20, 1978-January 2, 1979, sample: Opinion Leaders

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Poll # 1978-78175G: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1978--General Public (United States) [USAIPOSPGO1978-78175G]
Survey by The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. Conducted by Gallup Organization, field dates: November 17-26, 1978, sample: National adult
Requires a membership

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Poll # 1974-2436L: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1974: Leaders (United States) [USHARRIS1974-2436L]
Survey by The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. Conducted by Louis Harris and Associates, field dates: December 10-29, 1974, sample: Leaders

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Poll # 1974-2436G: American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1974: General Public (United States) [USHARRIS1974-2436G]
Survey by The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. Conducted by Louis Harris and Associates, field dates: December 6-14, 1974, sample: National Adult
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