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(I'd like you to think about the problems we face as a nation today. As I read you some possible problem areas, please tell me if you think each is one of the most important problems facing this country, important, but not as important, or not too important.) How important a problem for the country is... low moral and ethical standards? (Source: Knight Ridder Campaign '96 Project Survey, Sep, 1996)


59%
One of the most important

29%
Important, but not as important

9%
Not too important

3%
Don't know

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Survey by Knight Ridder. Methodology: Conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates, September 3 - September 15, 1996 and based on 1,002 telephone interviews. Sample: National registered voters. [USPSRA.96KRCP.R06D] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS VALUES ETHICS





(I'd like you to think about the problems we face as a nation today. As I read you some possible problem areas, please tell me if you think each is one of the most important problems facing this country, important, but not as important, or not too important.) How important a problem for the country is... the threat of terrorism? (Source: Knight Ridder Campaign '96 Project Survey, Sep, 1996)


54%
One of the most important

33%
Important, but not as important

12%
Not too important

1%
Don't know

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Survey by Knight Ridder. Methodology: Conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates, September 3 - September 15, 1996 and based on 1,002 telephone interviews. Sample: National registered voters. [USPSRA.96KRCP.R06P] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS CRIME





What would you say is the single most important problem facing the United States today, that is, the one that you, yourself, are most concerned about? (Source: Wirthlin Quorum Survey, Oct, 1995)


54%
Social

24%
Pocketbook/Economy

3%
Foreign policy/Peace

15%
Other

4%
No opinion/Refused

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Methodology: Conducted by Wirthlin Group, October 20 - October 23, 1995 and based on 1,010 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. [USWIRTH.95OCT.R2] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS







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