The Resource ABC News Ginsburg Poll, November 1987

ABC News Ginsburg Poll, November 1987

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ABC News Ginsburg Poll, November 1987
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ABC News Ginsburg Poll, November 1987
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The nomination of Douglas Ginsburg to the Supreme Court was the topic of this poll. Respondents were asked if they agreed or disagreed that most people under age 40 and most important public officials have used the drug marijuana at least once, and that people who have used marijuana once or twice in their lives should not be allowed to hold public office or sit on the Supreme Court. Those respondents who answered that they had heard about the nomination of Ginsburg also were asked a series of specific questions about Ginsburg that dealt with his experience, qualifications, marijuana use, the investigations into a possible violation of government conflict of interest rules, and his wife. Demographic characteristics of respondents are included
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  • ABC News
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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ABC News Ginsburg Poll, November 1987
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  • 1987-11
  • 8885
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ICPSR08885.v1
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ABC News Ginsburg Poll, November 1987
Publication
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  • 1987-11
  • 8885
Control code
ICPSR08885.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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