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(Now I am going to read you some things being proposed by President (Donald) Trump and the Republicans as part of their plan to make America better. After each item, please tell me whether that policy makes you feel more positive, less positive or if it makes no difference to how you feel about their plan.)...Create a conservative majority on the Supreme Court that will overturn the Affordable Care Act requirement that insurance plans cover people with pre-existing conditions...(Is that much or somewhat more/less?) (Source: Democracy Corps Poll, Jul, 2018)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of Republicans.
39%
Much more positive

20%
Somewhat more positive

9%
Little more positive

10%
No difference

18%
Less positive

5%
Don't know/Refused

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Survey by Democracy Corps. Methodology: Conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, July 19 - July 26, 2018 and based on 1,003 telephone interviews. Sample: National registered voters. [31115402.00060] (View Citation)

Topics: COURTS HEALTH IDEOLOGY LEADERS PARTIES PRESIDENCY REFORM





(Now I am going to read you a list of institutions in American society. Please tell me how much confidence you, yourself, have in each one--a great deal, quite a lot, some, or very little?)...The US Supreme Court (Source: Gallup Poll, Jun, 2015)


14%
Great deal

18%
Quite a lot

42%
Some

23%
Very little

2%
None (Vol.)

2%
No opinion

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Methodology: Conducted by Gallup Organization, June 2 - June 7, 2015 and based on 1,527 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. Interviews were conducted with respondents on landline telephones and cellular phones. The sample includes 50% landline and 50% cell phone respondents. [USGALLUP.061515.R06C] (View Citation)

Topics: CONFIDENCE COURTS

Dataset: USAIPOGNS2015-06





(I'd like to get your feelings toward some of our political leaders and other people who are in the news these days. I will use something we call the feeling thermometer and here is how it works: I'll read the name of a person and I'd like you to rate that person using the feeling thermometer. Ratings between 50 degrees and 100 degrees mean that you feel favorable and warm toward the person. Ratings between 0 degrees and 50 degrees mean that you don't care too much for the person. You would rate the person at the 50 degree mark if you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the person. If we come to a person whose name you don't recognize, you don't have to rate that person. Just tell me and we'll move on to the next one. And, still using the thermometer, how would you rate the following?)... The U.S. (United States) Supreme Court. (Source: American National Election Study 1984 (Post-Election), Nov, 1984)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of those in the Long Form (98%). Mean = 62.96
1%
0-10 degrees, not favorable, don't care too much for

1%
11-20

3%
21-30

5%
31-40

24%
41-50

15%
51-60

17%
61-70

11%
71-80

11%
81-90

6%
91-100 degrees, feel favorable and warm

5%
Don't know where to rate, can't judge

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Methodology: Conducted by Center for Political Studies, University of Michigan, November 7 - January 25, 1985 and based on 1,989 personal and telephone (see note) interviews. Sample: National adult re-interviewed (see note). The respondents were originally interviewed in the pre-election study of 2241 adults conducted September 5, 1984-November 5, 1984. Half of the post election interviews were personal, and half were by telephone. In the post election interview 2% had a short form version of the questionnaire, 98% had the long form version. [USCPS.84POST.QB02BB] (View Citation)

Topics: RATINGS COURTS







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