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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? (If Right direction/Wrong track, ask:) Do you feel strongly or somewhat about that? (Source: George Washington University Battleground 2004 Survey, Oct, 2004)


32%
Right direction-Strongly

11%
Right direction-Somewhat

7%
Wrong track-Somewhat

44%
Wrong track-Strongly

6%
Unsure

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Survey by George Washington University. Methodology: Conducted by Tarrance Group and Lake, Snell, Perry & Associates, October 31 - November 1, 2004 and based on 1,000 telephone interviews. Sample: National likely voters. Likely voters are registered voters who said they are somewhat/extremely likely to vote in the 2004 elections for President and Congress. [USTARR.04BATTF9.R02] (View Citation)

Topics: MOOD





Generally speaking, would you say things in this country are heading in the right direction, or are they off on the wrong track? (Source: IPSOS-Reid Poll, Jan, 2003)


43%
Right direction

51%
Wrong direction

6%
Not sure

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Methodology: Conducted by IPSOS-Reid, January 7 - January 9, 2003 and based on 1,000 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. [USIPSOSR.012403A.R01] (View Citation)

Topics: MOOD

Dataset: USIPSOSREID2003-0107

Variable: Q1







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