The Resource ABC News Wisconsin Poll, September 2004

ABC News Wisconsin Poll, September 2004

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ABC News Wisconsin Poll, September 2004
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ABC News Wisconsin Poll, September 2004
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This special topic poll asked Wisconsin respondents questions about their voting inclinations for the 2004 presidential race and the 2004 Wisconsin United States Senate election. With respect to the presidential race, respondents were asked their likelihood of voting, for whom they would vote if elections were held that day, and the likelihood of changing their vote. Respondents were also asked which presidential candidate -- incumbent George W. Bush or Massachusetts Senator John Kerry -- would do a better job handling specific issues (e.g., the economy, Iraq, helping the middle class), which of those issues was the single most important issue in the vote for president, and which candidate better fit the following statements: honest and trustworthy, understands the problems of people like the respondent, strong leader, will make the country safer and more secure, shares respondent's values, has taken a clear stand on the issues, and has an appealing personality. Additional questions polled respondents on who they thought was better qualified to be commander in chief of the United States military, whether the war in Iraq was worth fighting, and whether the country was safer from terrorism since September 11, 2001. Respondents were also asked whether most people in Wisconsin were better off financially than they were in 2001 when Bush became president, if they had been personally contacted by a representative of Bush and/or Kerry's campaign, and for which presidential candidate they had seen more TV and radio ads. With respect to the Wisconsin United States Senate election, respondents were asked for whom they would vote if elections were held that day. Further questions asked respondents if they voted in the 2000 presidential elections, for whom they voted, and whether their views on most political matters were liberal, moderate, or conservative. Background information on respondents includes voter registration status, political party affiliation, religion, education, veteran status of family, marital status, labor union affiliation, Hispanic origin, income, sex, and age
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  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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ABC News Wisconsin Poll, September 2004
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  • 2004-09
  • 4132
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ICPSR04132.v1
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ABC News Wisconsin Poll, September 2004
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  • 2004-09
  • 4132
Control code
ICPSR04132.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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