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What issues are the most important to you in deciding how vote in this year's (2018) midterm election? Please select all that apply....Health care, immigration, the economy, equal rights, gun policy, mental health, climate change or the environment, taxes, student loan debt, reproductive rights, something else (Source: MTV/AP-NORC Youth Political Pulse Survey, Jun, 2018)


Subpopulation/Note: . Adds to more than 100% due to multiple responses
63%
Health care

61%
Immigration

54%
The economy

50%
Equal rights

48%
Gun policy

44%
Mental health

43%
Climate change or the environment

42%
Taxes

38%
Student loan debt

33%
Reproductive rights

9%
Something else

1%
Refused

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Survey by Associated Press/MTV. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, June 21 - July 9, 2018 and based on 1,030 online (internet), telephone interviews. Sample: National adult age 15-34. Interviews were conducted both online using a self-administered design and by telephone using live interviewers. All interviews were conducted among participants in AmeriSpeak, a probability-based panel designed to be representative of the national US adult population run by NORC at the University of Chicago. Panel participants without Internet access were interviewed via telephone by professional interviewers under the direction of NORC. NORC's AmeriSpeak Panel provides a representative panel of civilian, non-institutional adults (age 18 and over) living in the United States. [31115394.00057] (View Citation)

Topics: CONGRESS ELECTIONS PROBLEMS





Which party could do a better job of...dealing with the environment--the Republican Party or the Democratic Party? (Source: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press Political Survey, Dec, 2015)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of Form 1 half sample.
30%
Republican Party

53%
Democratic Party

4%
Both equally (Vol.)

5%
Neither (Vol.)

7%
Don't know/Refused

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Survey by Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. Methodology: Conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, December 8 - December 13, 2015 and based on 1,500 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. 525 respondents were interviewed on a landline telephone, and 975 were interviewed on a cell phone, including 582 who had no landline telephone. [USPSRA.121515A.R44EF1] (View Citation)

Topics: PARTIES PROBLEMS ENVIRONMENT

Dataset: USPEW2015-12POL





Now, I'm going to mention some political issues and ask you which one or two of them are most important to you when you think about how you will vote for President (in 1980): government spending, health insurance, peace, military strength, inflation, the environment, and urban problems. I could repeat those if you wish. (Source: Los Angeles Times Poll, May, 1979)


Subpopulation/Note: . Adds to more than 100% due to multiple responses.
39%
Government spending

13%
Health insurance

25%
Peace

17%
Military strength

49%
Inflation

16%
Energy shortage

10%
Environment

6%
Urban problems

5%
No opinion

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Dataset is available using RoperExpress VIEW DATASET ABSTRACT


Methodology: Conducted by Los Angeles Times, May 20 - May 25, 1979 and based on 1,304 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. [USLAT.17.R64] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS VOTE_FOR_PRESIDENT

Dataset: USLAT1979-017







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