The Resource ABC News Welfare Reform Poll, January 1995

ABC News Welfare Reform Poll, January 1995

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ABC News Welfare Reform Poll, January 1995
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ABC News Welfare Reform Poll, January 1995
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This special topic poll, fielded January 8-9, 1995, sought respondent views on welfare reform and the O.J. Simpson trial. Respondents were asked whether they would favor a reduction in welfare to help shorten the budget deficit and if they would prefer to limit welfare to two years for adults able to work. Opinions were also gathered as to who should and shouldn't receive welfare and the general sentiment towards welfare. Respondents were asked to speculate whether welfare recipients were lazy or just down on their luck. Questions also included whether respondents were willing to pay more in taxes to support job training and education programs that try to help people get off welfare. Topics included the coverage of the O.J. Simpson case, whether Simpson would get a fair trial, and the respondent's idea of whether Simpson was guilty. Demographic information includes political identification, political philosophy, level of education, date of birth, urban/suburban/rural residence, ethnicity, yearly income, and sex
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  • ABC News
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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ABC News Welfare Reform Poll, January 1995
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  • 1995-01
  • 3834
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ICPSR03834.v1
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ABC News Welfare Reform Poll, January 1995
Publication
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  • 1995-01
  • 3834
Control code
ICPSR03834.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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