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(Here are some goals that our nation could try to accomplish over the next five years or so. For each once, please tell me if you think it should be an extremely important goal, a very important goal, a somewhat important goal, or not a very important goal.)... Helping countries emerging from communism to become more democratic and avoid economic collapse (Source: What People Want In The Federal Budget, Dec, 1991)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of Form A half sample.
10%
Extremely important

28%
Very important

44%
Somewhat important

17%
Not very important

1%
Don't know/Refused

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Survey by Americans Talk Issues Foundation, W. Alton Jones Foundation. Methodology: Conducted by Market Strategies and Greenberg-Lake during December, 1991 and based on 1,000 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. The survey was conducted by Market Strategies and Greenberg-Lake. Also sponsored by W. Alton Jones Foundation [USMS.ATS18.R05A] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS FUTURE COMMUNISM DEMOCRACY





Thinking about all the different kinds of governments in the world today, which of these statements comes closest to how you feel about communism as a form of government? (Source: General Social Survey 1991, Feb, 1991)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of 2/3 sample. * = less than .5 percent
50%
It's the worst kind of all

33%
It's bad, but not worse than some others

14%
It's all right for some countries

1%
It's a good form of government

3%
Don't know

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Methodology: Conducted by National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago during February, 1991 and based on 1,517 personal interviews. Sample: National adult. Part of a continuing series of social indicators conducted since 1972. Data shown (and all GSS data prior to 2004) are unweighted and generated at the time of original release. [USNORC.GSS91.R101] (View Citation)

Topics: COMMUNISM

Dataset: USNORCGSS1972-2012

Variable: COMMUN





Which country do you think is chiefly to blame (for your dissatisfaction with the way in which Russia, England, and the United States are cooperating at the present time)? (Source: Office of Public Opinion Research Roosevelt Survey, Feb, 1945)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of those who said they are dissatisfied with the way in which Russia, England, and the US are cooperating with each other at the present time (15%).
13%
United States

33%
Russia

39%
England

8%
Russia and England (Vol.)

4%
Us and England (Vol.)

2%
US and Russia (Vol.)

2%
All three (Vol.)

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Methodology: Conducted by Office of Public Opinion Research during February, 1945 and based on 1,244 personal interviews. Sample: National adult. [USOPOR.45-039.Q01B] (View Citation)

Topics: DIPLOMACY RUSSIA EUROPE

Dataset: USOPOR1945-039







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