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Do you feel things in this country are going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten off on the wrong track? (Source: Voter.com/Battleground 2000 Tracking Survey, Nov, 2000)


47%
Right direction

41%
Wrong track

12%
Unsure

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Survey by Voter.com. Methodology: Conducted by The Tarrance Group & Lake, Snell, Perry & Associates, November 5 - November 6, 2000 and based on 1,000 telephone interviews. Sample: National likely voters (see note). Likely voters are registered voters who said they are somewhat/very/extremely likely to vote in the Congressional and Presidential elections in 2000. The tracking poll is a 4 day rolling average survey. [USTARR.110700.R02] (View Citation)

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Do you feel things in this country are going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten off on the wrong track? (Source: Voter.com/Battleground 2000 Tracking Survey, Oct, 2000)


48%
Right direction

40%
Wrong track

13%
Unsure

iPOLL


Survey by Voter.com. Methodology: Conducted by The Tarrance Group & Lake, Snell, Perry & Associates, October 27 - October 30, 2000 and based on 1,000 telephone interviews. Sample: National likely voters (see note). Likely voters are registered voters who said they are somewhat/very/extremely likely to vote in the Congressional and Presidential elections in 2000. The tracking poll is a 4 day rolling average survey. [USTARR.110100.R02] (View Citation)

Topics: MOOD





Do you think things in this country are generally going in the right direction or do you feel things have gotten pretty seriously off on the wrong track? (Source: Washington Post Poll, Feb, 1999)


55%
Right direction

41%
Wrong track

4%
No opinion

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Dataset is available using RoperExpress VIEW DATASET ABSTRACT


Methodology: Conducted by Washington Post, February 12 - February 14, 1999 and based on 1,010 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. [USWASHP.021599.R02] (View Citation)

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Dataset: USWASH1999-10316

Variable: Q2







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